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Agora 7, s. 240, p. 224Index of Deposits
Well
Hesperia, XX, 1951, pp. 260-270
Hesperia, XXIV, 1955, p. 283, no. 3
Cistern
Agora, IV, p. 235
Howland type 44 D
Howland type 50 C
Howland type 58 Variant
Howland type 52 C
Pit
Agora, V, Group J, pp. 50-57
Howland type 54 A
Howland type 54 B
Howland type 47 C
Howland type 58 B
Hesperia, XX, pp. 275-276
Agora, IV, p. 234
Hesperia, XXIV, 1955, p. 284, no. 20
Other
Hesperia, XXVI, 1957, pp. 100-101
Agora IV, p. 236
Agora, V, Group G, Layers II and III, pp. 22-45
Hesperia, XVIII, 1949, pp. 217-218, pl. 41
 2nd half of 1st-Middle of 2nd A.D.
86 A.D.
2nd half of 1st-Early 2nd A.D.
Late 1st B.C.-Early 1st A.D.
1st half of 2nd A.D.
Early 4th A.D.
Mid 2nd-3rd A.D.
Early 1st A.D.
3rd quarter of 3rd A.D.
2nd A.D.
Late 2st-Late 2nd A.D.
4th A.D.
2nd-Middle of 3rd A.D.
2nd half of 1st A.D.
1st-Early 2nd A.D.
 
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Agora 15, s. 249, p. 237S.N. Koumanoudes, Νέον Ἀθήναιον, III, 1958/1960, pp. 3-6, No. 1
S.E.G., XVIII, 53
B.D. Meritt, Hesperia, 33, 1964, pp. 217-218, No. 62, photograph pl. 37
S.E.G., XXI, 601
28 April 1949  
 B 17:1Strosis8-11 August 1947 17-22 March 1948 4 May 1949 26 March 1956 2 April 1956  
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Agora 8, s. 49, p. 35CVA Copenhagen, 2, III H, pl. 72, 2
Kerameikos, V, 1, pl. 97, inv. 327ff., pl. 120
Kerameikos, V, 1, pl. 111, inv. 363
Dipylon Master
Young XI 7
Large Oinochoe; Dipylon
Well
Brann I 8
Brann I 4
Brann N 6
Kerameikos, V, 1, pl. 77
Banded Hydria
Kerameikos, V, 1, pl. 98, inv. 2158
Burial
Young X 1
Large Oinochoe; Late Geometric
Délos, XV, pls. VI, VII, nos. 21-26
Brann Q 3
Hydriskos
Payne, PK Vasen, pl. 4, 1
Hesperia, XVIII, 1949, p. 153, pl. 19, 27
Fill
Brann L 8
Brann L 9
Ath. Mitt., LXII, 1957, p. 42, Beil. 55
Large Oihochoai
Slender-Necked Oinochoe; Late Geometric
Burr 37
fig. 2
CVA Athens 1, pl. 7, 2
Jahrb., XIV, 1899, pp. 210-211, figs. 86-87
Circle Oinochoe; Late Geometric
CVA Copenhagen, 2, III H, pl. 71, 5
Hesperia, VIII, 1939, p. 219, fig. 21
Brann L 10
 3rd quarter of 8th B.C.
Mid 8th B.C.
Late 8th B.C.
 
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Agora 8, s. 31, p. 17Painter of Amphora Athens 897
Athens 897
Athens 894
Stathatou Hand
Workshop of Athens 897
Boots: Hesperia, XVIII, 1949, p. 287, pl. 70, 22-23
Burr 6
Hampe, Grabfund, pp. 45ff.
Workshops of Athens 894
Analatos Painter
Arch. Anz., XLVIII, 1933, col. 271, figs. 6ff.
Polyphemos Painter
Ram Jug Painter
Davison, "Geometric Workshops," pp. 79-82
A. Akerström, Der geometrische Stil in Italien, Upsala, 1943, p. 41, figs. 12, 2
Kunze, Bronzereliefs, pp. 161-162
   
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IL 997Lead Defixio30 March 1948Card: 4th c. B.C. 
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I 3464Monument Fragments(a-b) (ΣΑ 17) February 1936 (c-g) (ΣΑ 804) 15 October 1949 (h-k) (ΣΑ 804) March 1950  
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Agora 4, s. 244, p. 234Index of Deposits
Well
Hesperia, XVII, 1948, p. 184 and pl. 65
Type 23 A; Flat Rims; Broad Open Bodies
Type 24 A; Grooved or Ridged Rims; Broad Open Bodies
Type 41; Sanctuary Lamps
Type 2 B; Lamps with Incurved Rims; Long Nozzles; Unglazed
Type 10; Early Argive-Corinthian Forms; Bridged Nozzles
Type 12 A; Lamps with Flat Rims and Central Cones; Flat Bases
Cistern
Type 25 B Prime; Globular Bodies; Thick Bases; Pierced Lugs Added; Unglazed
Type 46 B; Traditional Body Design; Decorated Tops; Broad Rim around Filling-Hole
Type 29 A; Lamps with Watch-Shaped Lagynos Profiles; Narrow Ridges around Filling-Holes
Type 42 C; Moulded; with Moulded Lugs; Curved and Flat-Rimmed Nozzles
Type 43 C; Wide Concave Ridged Tops
Type 43 D; Moulded; "Poor Relations"; Wide Bodies with Concave Ridged Tops
Ostraka
Hesperia, XVII, 1948, p. 193
Type 56 A; Early Roman; Imbricated Leaf with Tongue Decoration; Concave Top; Grooved Nozzle
Type 37 B; Collars Added to Globular Bodies; Pointed Nozzles
Hesperia, XX, 1951, p. 253
Type 26 B; Central Tubes with Covered Askoid Bodies
Type 16 Variants; Lamps with Overhanging Rims; Variant Features
Type 21 B; Curved Rims; Raised Bases
Type 21 D; Curved Rims; Restricted Use of Glaze
Type 22 C; Curved Rims, Banded or Grooved; Central Tubes
Pyre
Hesperia, XX, 1951, pp. 115-116 and pl. 50b: pyre no. 2
Hesperia, XX, 1951, pp. 115-116 and pl. 50 b: pyre no. 2
Type 58 B; Early Roman; Rosette or Pellet Motif; Broad Tops
Pit
Hesperia, VI, 1937, pp. 349-352
Type 35 C Prime; Early Roman; Deeply Depressed Tops; Straight Side Walls; Unglazed
Type 52 H; Early Roman; Rays without Lugs; Concave Tops (Late)
Type 1; Cocked Hat Lamps; Unglazed
Type 4; Cocked Hat Lamps; Glazed and Wheelmade; Overhanging Rims
Hesperia, XXIV, 1955, p. 179, under no. 7
Hesperia, XVIII, 1949, pp. 298-351
Type 21 C; Curved Rims; Long Wide Nozzles
Type 23 C; Flat Rims; Tall Closed Bodies
Type 23 C Prime; Flat Rims; Tall Closed Bodies; Unglazed Exteriors
Type 25 A; Globular Bodies; Thick Bases
Type 24 A Prime; Grooved or Ridged Rims; Broad Open Bodies; Unglazed Exteriors
Type 24 C Prime; Grooved or Ridged Rims; Curved Closed Bodies; Unglazed Exteriors
 Late 5th-Early 4th B.C.
2nd quarter of 6th B.C.
1st-2nd quarter of 3rd B.C.
3rd B.C.
2nd-1st B.C.
2nd quarter of 5th B.C.
2nd half of 1st A.D.
Middle to 3rd quarter of 4th B.C.
End of 1st quarter of 6th B.C.
1st-3rd A.D.
End of 4th B.C.
4th quarter of 5th B.C.