[Agora Deposit] E 14:5: Unfinished Well, Well G

Found in 13/06/1935. Dumped filling in an unfinished well originally dug only to a depth of 5.50m. Probably a post-Persian cleanup, perhaps in one of the public buildings near the SW corner of the square ... Ca. 520-490 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E 15:6: Well F

A well (diameter 1.10m) at the east edge of the valley road leading from the SW corner of the Agora, about 90m SW of the Tholos. The mouth of the well was subsequently covered by the east wall of the Great ... Ca. 500-480 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] G 13:1: Pocket in Bedrock

Green Earth at 03-04-05/ΚΑ-ΚΔ, to at least -3.50m. near the southwest corner of the market square. Terracotta figurines; lamps; fragmentary pottery ... Ca. 500-475 B.C. and later

[Agora Deposit] A-B 21-22:1: Terrace fillings

West Terrace, South End, Layers IV and V. Heavy dumped filling associated with terrace walls at the extreme south end of the excavations in the Areopagus industrial area. The proportion of figured and ... Ca. 420-390 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] O 19:4: Well at 55/ΚΕ

Well at 55/ΚΕ Period of Use dated to the last quarter of 5th c. B.C., Upper fill dated to the same (deposited later) in Agora XXX. Coins 1 April 1938 #10 ... Last quarter of 5th c. 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.

[Agora Deposit] R 12:1: ΘΡΑ Well East of Stoa Room 2

Thra (ΘΡΑ) Well (East of Stoa Room 2). Heavy dumped filling, including figured, black and plain wares, and also a quantity of animal bones, mostly skulls of oxen. On many of these the horns had been sawn ... Ca. 520-480 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] T 24:5: Well D in ΟΑ

Well D: Archaic Well on the northwest slope of the Acropolis. Debris filling with scanty pottery remains; most of the pottery is earlier than the lower limit. Diameter at top ca. 1.20m; bottom ca. 1.10m ... End of 6th c. B.C.