[Agora Deposit] H 4:1: Pit

Shallow pit containing pottery, burning and tiny fragments of bone. A dumped group of pottery in an amphora pit, ca. 1.00 m. in diameter, 0.60m. in depth. Many tiny fragments of bone were in the fill ... 375-325 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 4:2: Well under Roman Propylon.

A tile-lined well at H/16-4/14,15 under the Roman Propylon. The tiles had been cut down; highest completely preserved tile at 50.696 m. Only three rings of tiling were preserved , the uppermost almost ... Ca. 350 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 4:3: Well in Room 1 of South Aisle of Stoa

Well in Room 1 of south aisle of Stoa. The well is lined with bricks and tile. This lining is preserved to a level of 52.733 m., which is approximately the same as the level off the late threshold of the ... 5th-6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] H 4:4: Well in North Aisle of Stoa

Well in north aisle of Stoa. Almost empty, either not used very long or well cleaned out. It contained plaster, roof tiles, pebble mosaic. The little pottery may be Hellenistic. No finds recorded ... 26-29 July 1972

[Agora Deposit] H 4:5: Pit

Pit in shop I of Roman Stoa, 2.50m. behind the Royal Stoa. Most of the pottery dates to the third quarter of the 5th c. B.C. Many of the vessels were marked with a ligature, indicating that this was the ... 3rd quarter 5th c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 5-6: Fillings

Investigations within the Stoa of Zeus, the north part, various levels. Notebook references: Stoa Trench E Layers IV and V, Stoa Pits A, B and C, and Layers I and II of area between back wall and retaining ... 5th c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 5-6.1: a) (Pre-)Persian

Deposits containing much ash and charcoal, probably to be associated with the Persian sack. Layers IV-VI of trial pit between Stoa piers IV and V ... 1st quarter 5th c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 5-6.2: b) Post-Persian Pre-Stoa

Filling accumulated between the time of the Persian sack and the building of the Stoa. Cf. Hesperia 6 (1937), pp. 14-18 and H 6:5.