[Agora Deposit] R 13:1: Well

No period of use. Below the upper (Early Roman) dump extending down to ca. 6.10m. was a dumped fill of broken pottery in great quantity, including a high proportion of red-figured fragments. Masses of ... Ca. 430-400 B.C. Late 1st c. B.C.-mid 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] F 11:2: Well

Well associated with the Tholos, with scanty use fill but primarily dumped filling. Coins: 5 April 1934 #1-#4 10 April 1934 #1-#2 11 April 1934 #1 12 April 1934 #1 18 April 1934 #1-#2 19 April 1934 #1-#5 ... Ca. 350-294 B.C.

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[Agora Image] 2000.02.1033 (Slide Sheet: 51:13)

Fragment of Laconian stamped cover tile (left, A 1412); fragments of Laconian stamped pan tiles (right, top to bottom, A 2677, A 1538 and A 1413) ... 1 Jun 2000

[Agora Deposit] G-I 11-12: Investigations in the area of the Tholos

Investigations in the area around the Tholos, especially to the east and south of the building, between it and the Great Drain, and not otherwise specified as deposits. This "deposit" has no form. It ... various levels and dates

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[Agora Deposit] H 12:6: Rubbish Dump

Rubbish Dump in mouth of abandoned well in Tholos Trench F, Kitchen. Filled with ash, charcoal, broken pottery, roof tiles. Also from Trench L. 13 March 2014 by Ann Steiner The deposit has four components ... Ca. 425-400 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] N 7:3: Skytha Well

Well at 45/Θ (Skytha Well) near the north side of the market square. No period of use was distinguished, since it was impossible to clear the well to the bottom. The considerable quantity of dumped filling ... Ca. 460-440 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] Q 15:2: Well to the North of Nymphaeum

Well to N of Nymphaeum at 115/ΙΣΤ. A good water supply but no evidence for a period of use. Exceptionally heavy dumped filling, including much fine tableware, many wine- jar fragments and other objects ... Ca. 420-400 B.C.