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[Agora Deposit] M 17:2: Damaged urn cremation

Grave (E.L. Smithson: Grave XVI: PG). Bones discarded. Only the lower portion of the urn-hole was preserved in bedrock, roughly oval in outline, with a maximum preserved width at the top of 0.70m narrowing ... Late Protogeometric/Early Geometric I ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 7, pp. 62-65, fig. 2.18, 2.19, pl. V.

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[Agora Deposit] J 1:2: Coin Hoard in BZ

Marcie Handler ... Continued from 2000 season, 10-12 July 2000; BZ XXIII p. 4472. The hoard was originally excavated during the 2000 season (Lot BZ 1049, 5th-6th centuries AD), from a higher elevation through a gap in the ... 10-12 July 2000 21-22 July 2003 ... Hesperia 72 (2003), pp. 246, fig. 9.

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[Agora Deposit] I 18:2: Simple Trench Cremation

(Grave XXIX: EG). Rectangular cutting with remains of charred human bones and both burned and unburned pottery fragments. Bones discarded. Rectangular trench cut through earth into bedrock, oriented east-west ... Middle Geometric I ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 19, pp. 199-204, figs. 2.116-2.118.

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[Agora Deposit] I 9:2: Burial in Metroon Drain Cut

Side-chamber at the bottom of a circular shaft. AA 27 (?); ST 103, from shaft above burial. PD 427 ... Neolithic ... I.L.N., Oct. 19, 1935, p. 647, fig. 2 ... A.J.A. 39 (1935), p. 441, fig. 3 ... Hesperia 14 (1945), p. 291, no. 2 (AA 27).

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[Agora Deposit] I 5:3: Cist Τomb, Adult Inhumation in ΒΓ

Burial 3 beneath the floor of the Stoa Basileios. It consisted of a rectangular pit cut into bedrock to a depth of 0.44m, lined on all sides and covered with an admixture of narrow stone slabs of soft ... Final Mycenaean/Submycenaean ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 62, pp. 416-420, figs. 2.290-2.292, 2.298-2.302.

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[Agora Deposit] F 16:3: Urn Cremation

Grave 1. Urn cremation (trench-and-hole), adult female 930-40 years old). Mentioned as Grave XVII in Deposit list. Consisted of a roughly circular pit, approximately 0.30-0.40m in diameter, cut into ... Late Protogeometric ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 6, pp. 57-62, figs. 2.14-2.17, 2.21:d, 3.14, pl. IV ... Hesperia 2 (1933), pp. 468-470, fig. 18.

[Agora Deposit] E 14:4: Disturbed cist grave

Rectangular shaft cut in rock with NE-SW orientation. Upper part of grave cut into fill over bedrock; this fill later swept away. Paving of small stones. Few human teeth and ribs. (Dimensions: L. 1.62m, ... 725-200 B.C ... Hesperia Suppl. 2 (1939), pp. 99-100 and fig. 69 (Grave XXIII).

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[Agora Deposit] D 7:1: Pit tomb, child inhumation

Grave 23 in notebook (E.L. Smithson: Grave IV: SM). Few bones: discarded. JP says 46/ΜΖ-MΗ Negs. KK 99, KK 100, KK 101, X-61, X-62, X-63 PD 433 ... Final Mycenaean/Submycenaean ... Hesperia 6 (1937), pp. 364, 366, fig. 28 ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 36, pp. 289-293, figs. 2.193-2.198, pl. 1.

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[Agora Deposit] G 6:3: Rectangular Rock-Cut Shaft

A cave-in not long after the digging of this shaft destroyed its possible usefulness as a well and thereafter it was used as a dump. Two principle periods of such use were noted, and within these several ... Ca. 575-480 B.C ... Hesperia 2 (1933), pp. 456-459 ... Hesperia 62 (1993), pp. 445-449 ... Hesperia 7 (1938), pp. 363-411, figs. 1-49.

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[Agora Deposit] C 9:9: Urn cremation

Grave 2 in notebook (E.L. Smithson: Grave XV: PG). Urn cremation (trench-and-hole), adult female. JP It consists of a roughly rectangular pit or trench cut into bedrock to a depth of 0.35m., measuring ... Late Protogeometric ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 50, pp. 347-352, figs. 2.180, 2.239, 2.243-2.246, 3.31,

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[Agora Deposit] J 2:23: Hellenistic Pyre

Marcie Handler ... The pyre was revealed under a layer of mixed fill with pottery dating from the 3rd century B.C. to the 1st century A.D. Five pots were immediately visible (BZ 1318-1321, 1333) in a shallow pit surrounded ... 23 June-4 July 2006 ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 15, pp. 116, 117, figs. 22, 40, 42.

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[Agora Deposit] H 13:6: Well

Laura Gawlinski ... Well in courtyard of Early Building I, adjacent to wall of Room B. Tile lined; upper course in situ, lower two collapsed probably in antiquity. Letters inscribed on rims (eta, phi, omicron, theta). Medium ... First quarter of the 4th c. B.C ... Hesperia 83 (2014), pp. 200, 232, n. 74, table 2 ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 27, pp. 135, 136, figs. 57, 62.

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[Agora Deposit] G 12:7: Inhumation of a Man

Grave 7 in notebook. Area disturbed in Roman times; outlines of the shaft had been obliterated. The northwest end, however, was preserved in a cutting in the rock of the sloping hillside. This cutting, ... 750-700 B.C ... Hesperia 5 (1936), p. 29, fig. 27 ... Hesperia Suppl. 2 (1939), pp. 93-94, figs. 1, 64, 73 (Grave XIX).

[Agora Deposit] M 17:4: Well

Big well at 61/ΙΖ. A well on the lower northeast slope of the Areopagus. Diameter 2m ... Ca. 520-475 and shortly after ... Hesperia 62 (1993), pp. 461-464 ... Hesperia 7 (1938), p. 242-243, figs. 24-25.

[Agora Deposit] L 3:1: Goat Horn Pit

Michael Laughy ... Debris pit, located in Room 2 of ΒΘ East. Pit measures ca. 2.30 by 1.70m., and nearly a meter deep. The pottery from the pit dates ca. 10th-12th c. A.D. The fill of the pit consisted of soft, black charcoal ... 10th-12th c. A.D ... Hesperia 84 (2015), pp. 497-499, figs. 26, 27.

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[Agora Deposit] G 12:24: Inhumation with Remains of a Sacrificial Pyre

Grave 20 in notebook. Objects recorded in nb. from Grave 21 (earlier and disturbed by Grave 20) are included here. A pyre [using pieces of pots from Grave 21] was probably burned beside grave 20 and some ... Late Geometric ... Hesperia Suppl. 2 (1939), pp. 44-55, figs. 1, 29-31, 32-36, 73 (Grave XI).

[Agora Deposit] T 19:3: Well

Well at 15/ΙΕ = Pocket in side of Turkish Pit at 15/ΙΔ. Shallow well on the lower slopes of the Acropolis, east of the Panathenaic Way, in the area later occupied by the Archaic Building. Located 3.5m ... 700-675 B.C. with intrusions ... Agora XXXI, pp. 110-112, 224, fig. 4 ... D'Onofrio (2007), p. 91.

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[Agora Deposit] N 21-22:1: Tomb of the Ivory Pyxides

Mycenaean Chamber Tomb occupies a considerable part of the western half of section ΕΕ; lies about half way up the north slope of the Areopagus towards its eastern end, just below the highest point of the ... Myc. III A:1 ... Hesperia 9 (1940), pp. 274-291, fig. 15.

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[Agora Deposit] B 18:5: Pyre

Pyre in House T (= House D), Room 2 (5th c.) and fill east of pyre. Earlier than the other pyres of this house. Pottery, slivers of burnt bone, and heavy deposit of carbonized material and cinders in ... Ca. 420-410 B.C ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 38, pp. 149, 150, figs. 78, 79.

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[Agora Deposit] B 18:1: Pyre

Pyre in House D, Room 4 (RSY=Pyre 4) in the industrial area west of the Areopagus. Notebook refers to House N. Pottery belongs late in third quarter of the 4th. c. BC. Pyre burned near beginning of last ... 350-300 B.C ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 41, pp. 151, 152, figs. 4, 78, 82, 83.

[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 ... Hesperia 6 (1937), pp. 12-20, figs. 3 and 7.