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[Agora Deposit] N 16:1: Pit Tomb, Infant Inhumation

Grave (E.L. Smithson: Grave III: SM). The close proximity and similarity of this tomb and tomb M 16-17:1 strongly suggests that they were intentionally laid out in relation to one another and were contemporary ... Late Mycenaean/Submycenaean-Earliest Protogeometric

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[Agora Deposit] N 16:3: Disturbed Urn Cremation

Cremation burial (trench-and-hole) under S. edge of E-W Street, northern burial. In some records as Grave XLVII. The western part of the offering trench of the tomb was lost to a Turkish cess pit, and ... Middle Geometric I

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[Agora Deposit] N 16:4: Urn cremation

Cremation burial (trench-and-hole) under S. edge of E-W Street, southern burial. In some records as Grave XLVI. Neat trench, rectangular as preserved, but may have originally been square, cut partly through ... Early Geometric I

[Agora Deposit] N 16:5: Pit in Colonnade of South Stoa 1

Pit in colonnade of south Stoa I, north of S. half of room 4. Estimated Grid