Agora Deposit: C 12:1
Title:   Well
Category:   Well
Description:   (Roman Group J). The upper fill to a depth of ca. 16.00m. was of earth scooped up elsewhere and thrown in... The latest piece noted from this fill was a TC fragment dated late 4th to 5th(?) c. BC. From 16.00m. to the bottom there was a heavy deposit of well pottery. The POU ca. 150-267 BC. (nbpp. 2358-2360)
Contents:   Coins:
19 March 1936 #1-#4
21 March 1936 #1-#2
24 April 1936 #5-#6
Coins found in going through earth from well after drying:
2 May 1936 #1
5 May 1936 #1-#3
6 May 1936 #1-#4
11 May 1936 #1-#4
14 May 1936 #1-#4
Notes:   Subdivisions:
.1=upper fill
.2=lower fill, well deposit
Bibliography:   Agora V, pp. 50-57, 124.
    Agora VI, p. 98.
    Agora VII, p. 224.
    Agora XXI, p. 96.
    Agora XXXII, p. 294.
    Agora XXXIV, p. 179.
Chronology:   A.D. 2nd.-3rd. c.
Date:   16 March-29 April 1936
Section:   ΠΘ
Grid:   ΠΘ:64/ΚΘ
Elevation:   -21.05m.
Masl:   -21.05m.
References:   Publications (6)
Publication Pages (15)
Objects (67)
Deposit: C 12:1.1
Deposit: C 12:1.2