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[Agora Deposit] M 21:1: Komos Cistern

Komos Cistern at 66/Κ, on the north slope of the Areopagus. Homogeneous fill. Thirty-four stamped amphora handles. Eight Histiaian tetrobols, dating 170-160 at the earliest, found near top, possibly an ... Last quarter of 3rd c. B.C.-Early 2nd century B.C.

[Agora Deposit] F 13:2: Well 7

Dump, 4th c. Cut through a cistern which was probably constructed in the 4th c. B.C, near the southwest corner of the market square. Coins: 25 May 1935 #1 (with L 1809) (disintegrated) Subdivisions: .1=Upper ... Second half 1st c.-end 2nd c.

[Agora Deposit] H 12:4: Gravelly Pocket Beside Drain

Actually in 38/ΙΕ, nbp. 766). Pit contained at top much pottery and a few coins; sand for about 0.70m below, produced little pottery but many coins including some 2nd century Imperial and one of Salonica ... 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] D-E 15:1: Great Drain Fillings

Great Drain: fillings in south part of section; Martyrs I, II and III, all layers (essentially no difference in the layers). Pottery sorted and recorded by H.A. Thompson 12 may 1950: "Having gone through ... Second half of 2nd c. B.C.-Early 1st c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E 14:3: Drawshaft, "Kybele Cistern"

Cistern-shaft at the southeast foot of Kolonos Agoraios. Nbp. 2369: Two chamber cisterns, 88/ΛΔ and 100/ΚΘ, united by a long straight passage running almost due N-S. A draw shaft at 95/ΚΘ is set just ... Upper fill, Late Roman with some Hellenistic. Middle fill, Sullan debris to last quarter of 1st c. B.C. Lower fill, 4th-3rd c. B.C.=POU and abandonment

[Agora Deposit] F 13:3: Well 9

Well near southwest corner of market square; successive use fillings, and dumped filling. Lower use filling, second half of 4th century B.C. Main use filling, second quarter of 2nd century B.C. to shortly ... 10 April-31 May 1935

[Agora Deposit] M-N 15:1: South Stoa II: Building Fill

South Stoa II Construction Fill. About 85 stamped amphora handles, many with parallels in building fills of Middle Stoa and Stoa of Attalos. Fragments of long-petal bowls confirm date after mid-2nd c ... To ca. 140 B.C.