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[Agora Deposit] F 19:4: Well

This filling is the largest deposit of its time found in the Agora. It may be compared with H 6:5 and with N 7:3. Dug in soft bedrock to a depth of 11.40m; footholds cut on opposite sides of the shaft ... Ca. 490-450 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] D 7:2: Theseion 'Street' Deposit

Packing under cobblestones 7 or 8 meters west of the Temple of Hephaistos. A similar filling found in a small hole in bedrock three or four meters north of the Temple. The high quality of the pottery from ... Ca. 500-440 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E-F 12-14: Building Fill in B'

Fillings in and to the north of Building A/Poros Building/Greek Building ("Strategeion"), the accumulation mostly a late archaic dump, but not deposited till near the middle of the century. Most of the ... First half of 5th c. to ca. 460-450 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E-F 12-14.1: a) Undisturbed filling of the building

P 5302 may be from disturbed fill ("soft spot", container B 57, nbp. 1246) ... 12 March-6 April 1935 7 May 1935

[Agora Deposit] G 11:3: Well

Well (stone-curbed shaft) near middle of Tholos which served the prior building. Period of Use dated to ca. 500-480(?) B.C., Upper fill dated to ca. 480-470 B.C. or soon after in Agora XXX (a gradual ... Ca. 500-480 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] G 15:1: Well, "western extension"

Wells at 24/ΙΓ at 26/ΙΑ near the SW corner of the market square, about 10m west of the Southwest Fountain House (the party wall between them broken through in antiquity). ... Ca. 500 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] I 17:2: Square Well

At the northwest foot of Areopagus. Square stone-curbed well with no clear evidence for a period of use; appears to be a single dump ... Ca. 500 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] B 12:5: Well

Well near west edge of level area south of the Hephaisteion. Dumped filling thrown in near end of 4th. c. but by far the greater part belonging to the 30 years before 350 B.C. Diameter of shaft 0.98m ... Ca. 380-350 B.C.