[Agora Publication] The Asine Sima

Wells, Berit ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Hesperia 59.1 1 157-161 10.2307_148129 ... 1990 ... Wells (1990)

[Agora Deposit] F 12:6: Well 3

Possibly a short period of use but chiefly a debris filling including a number of fragments from disturbed early burials. Two pot fragments, believed to be from lower body of P 18525, added from Well 3 ... Ca. 575-550 B.C ... Well 3


[Agora Object] P 5265: Red Figure Lekythos

Squat lekythos. Similar in shape and decoration of P 5262 (Β 1405) and P 5264 (Β 1407). Mended from several pieces; lip, handle and fragments from wall missing. Winged, draped Nike walking right to an ... 4 April 1935 ... ARV, p. 761, no. 3. (Well P.)

[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 ... Well


[Agora Deposit] H 13:6: Well

Laura Gawlinski ... Well in courtyard of Early Building I, adjacent to wall of Room B. Tile lined; upper course in situ, lower two collapsed probably in antiquity. Letters inscribed on rims (eta, phi, omicron, theta). Medium ... First quarter of the 4th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 19:14: Well

Byzantine pottery begins after 4.70m.; above that Roman. Diameter 0.92m; water level -5m. Tiled well; height of tiles 0.62m ... Byzantine re-use of Roman well ... Well

[Agora Deposit] H 15:1: Well

Well N ... Middle Geometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 11:2: Well

Well at 74/ΜΒ ... Early Byzantine ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 12:2: Well

Well at 70/Κ ... Middle Geometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] P 9:1: Well

Byzantine Well at 22/ΜΕ ... 24 February 1936 16 June 1951 ... Well

[Agora Deposit] P 9:2: Well

Well at 24/ΝΒ-ΝΓ ... 18-19 April 1938 ... Well

[Agora Deposit] E 29:5: Well

Well in Court J, House of Greek Mosaic ... Early 4th c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 18:5: Well

Unfinished well in corridor of Poros Building ... Third quarter 5th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] F 6:2: Well

Scanty dumped filling in an abandoned well cutting ... Ca. 425-420 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 11:7: Well

Byzantine Well at 66/ΛΑ. Semi-curbed well at the west wall of the Byzantine room. From the mouth of the well, a few brown glazed sherds ... Byzantine ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 11:3: Well

Well at 69/ΚΗ (diameter 1m). The well forms the south apse of the apsidal cutting south of the late Roman entrance porch ... Late 8th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] R 17:2: Well

Well cut through cistern at 51/ΙΑ (merged with R 17:1); well and cistern filled at one time ... 5th c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 17:4: Well

Big well at 61/ΙΖ. A well on the lower northeast slope of the Areopagus. Diameter 2m ... ca. 520-475 and shortly after ... Well

[Agora Deposit] L 19:4: Well

A well, apparently unfinished, with footholds in east and west sides ... 2nd c. A.D ... Well


[Agora Deposit] K 12:1: Well

Well I: PG, ELS. The collapsed well north of the Middle Stoa Terrace. This pit, or shallow well, into which a Turkish storage pit lined with stones was set, produced purely Proto-Geometric pottery and ... Protogeometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] F 15:4: Well

Well just outside the southwest corner of the market square ... Late 7th-early 6th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] H 15:2: Well

Well (Hole) at 19/Ι(ΙΑ). Collapsed well creating a hole above; mixed fill in hole, early Byzantine in well proper. Coins: 26 April 1934 #12 27 April 1934 #28 28 April 1934 #38 1 May 1934 #3 ... Early Byz ... Well

[Agora Deposit] P 8:6: Well

Well at 22/ΚΓ. Diameter 1.05m Coins: 7 June 1938 #7-#10 ... Early Byzantine ... Well

[Agora Deposit] K 2:4: Well

Tile-lined well. Excavation of the well terminated at 47.548m. due to cave-in danger. Cf. MC 1499 and L 5995 found in vicinity of well; also ST 897, ST 943 and MC 1384 plus coin 1403 found while dismantling ... 15 June 1993 28 June 1993 23-30 July 1993 ... Well

[Agora Deposit] L 18:1: Well

A well lined with a very well built stone wall, carefully made and fitted to the curve of the well cutting, with footholds running down its N and S faces. This wall, of small stones, runs to 7.30m. from ... 23-29 March 1937 ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 21:16: Well

Early Roman well with four fills. fill 1: well sealed 1st. c. A.D. fill 2: more bones than pots. fill 3: nothing later than 1st. c. B.C.=POU fill 4: similar to fill 3, a little earlier? Coins: 7 May 1940 ... Early Roman ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 17:5: Well

Well at 69/ΚΔ (Well G: PG, ELS). Diameter 0.75m. Fairly but not perfectly evenly cut; no foot-holds in sides. Very little water gathered. The well produced a small amount of pottery, the bulk of it coming ... Protogeometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] F 18:1: Well

Very little pottery and mainly broken tiles in this well, all mixed from Hellenistic to Early Byzantine (nbp. 1441) ... 25 May-1 June 1939 ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 18:6: Well

Well M: EG, under the south court of the Poros Building. Hesperia 20 (1951), p. 144 (noted) ... Middle Geometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] P 8:3: Well

PG Well opposite ΣΑ Pier 18 Container 1, chiefly 6th c. B.C. discarded. Estimated Grid ... Protogeometric-Early Geometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 19:9: Well

Diameter 0.80m. Water level -2m. Tiled well; height of tiles 0.67m. well in court (Room 3) of House N. Late Hellenistic destruction fill (Pergamene etc) to -7m; Sand without a well deposit (lamp Type ... 19-21 April 1947 2-7 July 1947 ... Well

[Agora Deposit] K 9:1: Well

It seems likely that the well was never used due to poor quality of rock. Uniform fill of collapsed bedrock ... 650-625 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 18:14: Well

Tiled well (diam. 0.78m); height of tiles 0.61m. Water level -5m. Well found at bottom of Byzantine pit, uppermost tiles cut down. Coins: 7 July 1947 #1-#2 ... Post-Herulian ... Well

[Agora Deposit] G 4:1: Well

Well at 16/Γ = Well at 15/Β. Dug to 14.90m. and abandoned due to influx of water. Coins: 15 May 1936 #1 20 May 1936 #2-#5 18 June 1936 #1, dump ... 3rd c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] Q 8:9: Well

Geometric Well under Rubble Wall of Predecessor. Classical pit above a Geometric well with a small amount of pottery from the late 6th to the middle of the 4th c. B.C. Estimated Grid ... Late 8th century B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] K 12:2: Well

Well L: PG, ELS. Includes a displaced grave (K 12:2 bis). The pottery appears less consistent than that in the pit at 70/ΜΕ. Depth of well 6.25m. below the top of wall B ... Protogeometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 11:4: Well

Well (diameter 1.10m). Neatly cut, Footholds on east and west at intervals of ca. 0.50m. Plentiful water ... Late 8th - Early 7th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 19:2: Well

Well on the lower west slope of the Areopagus. Tiled well. The tiles were carefully made and clamped together with lead, two clamps at each joint. Several fills but apparently all 2nd c. Material in lowest ... Late end to early 1st c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] R 13:4: Well

Well at 21/Ε (beneath Library of Pantainos). The clearing of the well was abandoned because of a cave-in of the rock walls. Heavy dumped filling, the proportion of fine black table ware high ... Ca. 440-425 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 19:12: Well

Tiled well (diameter 0.78, water level -3.50m) at 65/Κ (64/Κ) with poros wellhead. Built as early as 2nd c. Post-Herulian filling. Tiled well, tiles 0.60m high ... 4th-5th c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] I 17:1: Well

Well at 75/ΚΖ (75/ΚΗ, 76/ΚΣΤ-ΚΖ). A dumped filling; an accumulation for the most part of the late 6th and early 5th centuries. Tiled well; of the lining only a single set of tiles, of unusual make, remained ... Ca. 450-425 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 11:5: Well

Well at 69/ΛΕ (diameter 0.95m). Narrows at bottom. Footholds on east and west. Uniform fill. Bones found in the well make it likely that it had cut through a grave, as it was itself overlain by one ... Late 8th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 21:24: Well

Well. Construction, use and dumped fillings of the Hellenistic period. Tile-lined well with a packing of jars behind the tiles; the well cut through (Fill 4) the passage of a cistern (B 21:25). At 9.00m ... Hellenistic ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 17:4: Well

This is associated with Building A. It had a circular marble well-head with a rectangular well slab beneath. The construction throughout was of well tiles. It produced little to a depth of -8.60m. Between ... 4th c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] G 8:1: Well

Well on Slopes of Kolonos, apparently with two periods of active service. The earlier dating from ca. the turn of the era well down into the 1st c. A.D. Probable that the well was never cleaned out in ... POU Early to second half 1st c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 11:3: Well

7th c. well below east part of Odeion Cavea Trench K). Use filling negligible; dumped filling of the second half of the 7th c. B.C. Brann Well H. Diameter 1.10m. Cut into bedrock. During excavation seepage ... 650-600 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] E 18:3: Well

Dumped filling above well, 4th-5th c. A.D., container 699. A tiled well. Instead of the usual three sections in each ring, there were four. The fourth was extra, making the well larger, more elliptical ... Late Hellenistic-Early Roman ... Well

[Agora Deposit] J 15:1: Well

Well E (diameter 1.10-1.20m) just outside the northwest corner of the southwest Fountain House. Dug initially as a pit (J 15:2) partially covered by an early Roman wall ... Early 7th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 18:2: Well

Stratified well. Coins: 22 July 1947 #1 Subdivisions: .1=top to -5.20m. .2=5.20-7.80m. .3=7.80-10.30m ... Second half 1st-early 3rd c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] H 16-17:1: Well

Well J: EG, ELS. Early Geometric with later (Roman) intrusions. Cf. P 1063 from mixed context at mouth. Also noted as grid 53/ΙΔ ... Early Geometric ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 18:9: Well

Well at 73/ΜΓ. The upper walls were of small stones but changed to tiles at a depth of ca. 12m which suggests that it perhaps was originally built in Late Roman times ... Byzantine ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 20:4: Well

Well at 72/ΟΔ. Partially excavated to depth of 8m. Turkish fill in upper 3m. Hellenistic fill mostly of roof tiles and coarse pottery. Coin 12 February 1937 #4 (disintegrated) ... 3rd c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] G 13:4: Well

Tiled well, ca. 30m south of the Tholos. Associated with Building D. Hellenistic Group A with Late Roman fill in upper 3.00m. Objects A 245 and P 4597 are from fill on floor around well-head, contemporary ... 325-260 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 18:1: Well

Filling of a well on the lower north slopes of the Areopagus, dug early in the 1st c. B.C. [construction fill]; in use into the the 2nd c. A.D.[well fill] (H Ms.) No apparent stratification. Coins: 17 ... 2nd c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 14:1: Well

The well had two upper fills and a stratified deposit at the bottom. The well deposit is divided into two parts, 3rd. c. and 2nd. c. (with perhaps late 1st. c.).; dumped filling of 5th century. Coins: ... 1st.-3rd. c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 10:3: Well

Well with 4th. c. fill, no well deposit at the bottom. Coins: 2 April 1936 #1 3 April 1936 #8-#19 4 April 1936 #11 8 April 1936 #3-#4 22 May 1936 #5 25 May 1936 #2 27 May 1936 #2 28 May 1936 #2-#5 29 May ... Second half A.D. 4th. c ... Well

[Agora Deposit] F 11:1: Well

Well cut through the floor of a cistern. Apparently a dumped fill in an unused well. Coins: 16 March 1934 #15 (illegible) 17 March 1934 #2 19 March 1934 #1-#4 20 March 1934 #1-#3 22 March 1934 #1 23 March ... 1st-early 2nd c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] I 16:4: Well

Well at 62/ΙΑ, 63/ΙΑ, at the northwest foot of the Areopagus. Use filling in the lowest meter of the shaft. The upper part of the shaft was filled with clay containing only occasional fragments of pottery; ... Ca. 600-540 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] S 19:7: Well

Well at 18/ΜΓ, on the lower north slope of the Acropolis, under the course of the later Panathenaic Way, west of the Archaic Building. Diameter 0.97m. Water level 8m. At the mouth of the well and to a ... Late 8th to 675 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] L 19:1: Well

Dumped fill. Well lining collapsed at ca. 0.60m. from bottom, apparently at start of POU, forcing abandonment. Pottery described as mixed to "latest Roman", including combed and gouged; all very fragmentary; ... Late Roman ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 14:4: Well

POU = 10.00-11.30m. "The well is important because it gives us a terminus post quem for Building D." (nbp. 3346) Shallow well, producing little water or trouble, but a great quantity of coarse late Roman ... Ca. A.D. 300-370 and Ca. A.D. 400 ... Well


[Agora Deposit] F 19:6: Well

Unfinished well-shaft with debris filling (apparently of the Sullan sack). on the lower NW slopes off the Areopagus. Abandoned due to poor quality of bedrock. Coins: 11 May 1939 #6 ... End 2nd c. B.C.-second quarter 1st c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 12:3: Well

Well at edge of east slope of Kolonos Agoraios.Essentially uniform fill of second half of 8th c. B.C. but some earlier material. Thrown out from destroyed graves ... Early Geometric to third quarter of 8th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 17:9: Well

An unfinished well in the northwest room of the Poros Building, west of the Areopagus. Dumped filling. Chips from marble-working, variety of plain and figured wares ... Ca. 400-385 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 18:10: Well

Well at 66/ΛΖ Some black-glazed fragments bear same stamps as vessels in P 21:4 and H-K 12-14 ... 225-175 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 19:11: Well

Well (diameter 0.91m, water level -7m) in House H, Room 10 (and pit over). Plain shaft cut in stereo; pit at mouth of well,reused as drainage pit at start of tile drain running west. Scanty use filling ... Ca. 425-400 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 19:13: Well

Dug bedrock filling in a well of unusually large diameter (1.35m.), possibly the original source of water for a factory for making terracotta figurines (water for the workshop with waterproofed floor and ... 4th. c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 20:7: Well

Grid notation in error as 99/ΚΑ sometimes. A well (diameter 1.20m; diameter inside tiles at bottom 0.85m) in the industrial area west of the Areopagus, at the bottom of the valley, about 10.00m. east of ... 3rd. c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 14:4: Well

Well in the bottom of chamber cistern at 106/ΛΓ, stratified. A soft spot in the bedrock at the west side of the well caved in and was packed with typical coarse Roman first century amphoras; the well was ... A.D. 200-150 ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 15:2: Well

Construction and upper fills. Well at 116/ΣΤ, cut less than one meter from a shallower and older well at 115/ΣΤ [D 15:1]. ... a fall of loose fill occurred from the earlier into the later well ... Filling ... 2nd c. A.D. plus 6th c. A.D ... Well


[Agora Deposit] E 18:7: Well

Large tile-lined well in SW Bath, Room A4. The top had been sealed with ca. 1.30m of concrete, and the floor to carry the hypocaust columns of the room in Phase C had been carried over it. The well was ... Late 2nd-early 1st c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] H 12:11: Well

A well about 2.00m. SE of the Tholos precinct wall. The presence of the water-clock strengthens the probability, suggested by its location, that the well served one of the public buildings in the neared ... Ca. 410-390 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] I 16:1: Well

Well at the northwest foot of the Areopagus. Use filling of the Roman period. After the abandonment of the well and the collapse of the well-curb, the upper 2m of the shaft were filled with a dump apparently ... 1st-3rd c. A.D., 5th century ... Well


[Agora Deposit] K 1:5: Well

Tom Milbank ... An unlined and relatively narrow (ca. 0.82m. in diameter) well cut through hard-pack and bedrock. Although three periods of use can be discerned in the stratigraphy of the well below a depth of ca. 5.47m., ... Middle Geometric I ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 21:26: Well

Back fill in an unfinished well, originally dug only to a depth of 3.80m. Apparently dug in the 3rd. c. B.C. and refilled at once; the filling contained a scattering of 5th. and 4th. c. fragments as well ... To early 3rd century ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 9:16: Well

Well cut through cistern at 6/ΝΕ (C 9:7). The stele I 3244 in position in the cistern over the mouth of the well is listed with the cistern deposit C 9:7. Coins: 26 February 1936 #2-#4 27 February 1936 ... A.D. 1st ... Well

[Agora Deposit] M 20:3: Well

Well at 69/ΟΒ (Late 5th c.) Lower fill dated to 420-400 B.C. in Agora XXX. There were no use filling and the well was apparently not a success as a water-supply: there was no concentration of water-jars ... 420-400 B.C ... Well


[Agora Deposit] A 16:3: Well

Hole (Well) and adjoining water channel with 4th c. pottery, probably a dumped fill. At a depth of about -5.70m we started yielding some very crude potsherds, clearly not made on the wheel (maybe Prehistoric) ... Prehistoric-Roman ... Well

[Agora Deposit] E 2:1: Well

It seems possible that the well ... was originally associated with the late Roman reconstruction of the Stoa, being later carried up to serve the Byz. houses. [Nbp. 364] Coins: 6 March 1939 #1-#9 ... Late 4th-early 5th century ... Well

[Agora Deposit] F 19:7: Well

It was impossible to return to the digging of this well either in 1939 or 1940 [due to collapse of stereo] (nbp. 1432). HAT compares pottery to that of Square Building fill. Coins 26 May 1939 #1 ... Second half of 4th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] I 16:3: Well

A late curbed well. The filling consisted of clay and small stones. The sherds were uniform from top to bottom and appear to be late Byzantine. From measurements in notebooks (pp. 340, 729), S 2855 is ... Late Byzantine ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 12:1: Well

(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 ... A.D. 2nd.-3rd. c ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 17:10: Well

Well under Poros Building Drain at 62/ΛΣΤ, west of the Areopagus. Digging abandoned at 6.10m due to a collapse of the soft bedrock at the west. Small amount of supplementary filling was added in the upper ... Ca. 520-480 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 12:1: Well

Stratified well with POU first half of 1st c. - mid 3rd c. A.D. and dumped fills of 4th and 5th-6th c. A.D. Finds from upper fills "earth": BI 315, L 2549. Finds from lower fills "earth": BI 302, BI 316, ... 1st to 3rd century and late 3rd to 6th century ... Well

[Agora Deposit] P 8:5: Well

Well at 19/ΚΔ, beneath the west colonnade of the Square Market Building in the northeast corner of the Agora. Diameter ca. 1.25m. Water level ca. -3.50m. The construction of the well was rather careless, ... Ca. 580-560 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] G 15:2: Well

Wells at 24/ΙΓ at 26/ΙΑ (the party wall between them broken through in antiquity). Use filling middle to third quarter of 6th c. B.C., upper filling, 6th c. B.C. with Hellenistic infiltration in upper ... Ca. 550-525 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] R 13:2: Well

Well in street leading to Roman Agora. Not excavated below 2.10m. This has the same date as the latest pieces in R 13:1 (JWH). Coins: 6 August 1946 #1-#3 Estimated Grid ... Ca. 40-50 A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 6:7: Well

Well dug through bedrock-settling basin of cistern at 69/ΜΗ. Coins: 21 May 1936 #24-#26 22 May 1936 #14 29 May 1936 #2-#4 2 June 1936 #1-#3 3 June 1936 #2-#4 4 June 1936 #4-#6 Cf. also container ΚΚ 336 ... 3rd c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 13:5: Well

Dumped filling in the upper part of a well, to a depth of 6.65m. (the excavation could not be completed and the use filling was not reached). Homogeneous fill dumped from nearby. Coins: 1 June 1936 #1 ... Ca. 425-400 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] B 19:10: Well

A well (diameter 1m) in the industrial area west of the Areopagus, in the area later occupied by House C. Water level 1.50-2.m Dumped filling of broken bedrock with considerable fragmentary pottery in ... Ca. 500-480 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] BB 17:1: Well

Well at west side of Theseion Plataea, partly cleared to a depth of ca. 5.30m. Dumped filling, apparently the debris from a sculptor's workshop, as indicated by both the quantity of marble chips in the ... Second quarter 4th. c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 12:2: Well

A well on Kolonos Agoraios. The upper dumped filling, a heavy deposit of pottery, was separated from the lower filling of similar character by several meters of plain mud. No use filling. Coins: 8 April ... Ca. 375-325 B.C. with disturbance of 250-225 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] C 19:10: Well

Well (diameter 0.98m) in House H, Room 13. Two dumped fills apparently of the same date, but separated by a clay deposit of over 2.00m. Cf. Hesperia 20 (1951), p. 253. (noted) Subdivisions: .1=Upper ... Ca. 425-400 B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] D 16:7: Well

Tiled well cleared only to a depth of 6.60m. where fallen tiles and broken bedrock made further work impossible. So far as dug, a dumped filling as late as the 6th c. A.D. Coins: 16 May 1949 #2 18 May ... As late as 6th c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] F 19:3: Well

Unfinished well, all one fill; solid bedrock at a depth of -2.47m. It contained masses of broken rooftiles and probably was used as a refuse pit after the sack of Athens by Sulla. Coins: 2 May 1939 #1-#3 ... Early 1st c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] H 16:1: Well

Well on lower northwest slope of Areopagus. Dug to 6.60m. and abandoned because of danger. Single dumped deposit. Perhaps this context: P 528, P 1223 (JWH). Coins: 22 April 1932 #1 ... Second half 1st c. B.C.-early 1st c. A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] J 18:8: Well

Well on the north slope of the Areopagus. Unfinished, probably because of hardness of rock, and refilled at once, perhaps with sanctuary dump and with collapsed rock from the shaft itself. Diameter 1.15m ... 3rd quarter of the 7th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 11:6: Well

Well at 71/ΛΒ (diameter ca. 1.10m) near the east wall of the entrance porch. Narrows toward bottom, collapsed at top. Six footholds preserved at south, three at north, spaced at ca. 0.50m. Uniform fill ... Late 8th in 7th c. B.C ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 17:1: Well

Stratified well; very late Roman verging on Byzantine. Coins 19 April 1939 #1-#8 22 April 1939 #1-#2 25 April 1939 #1 15 May 1939 #1 Subdivisions: .1=0.00-15.25m. .2=15.25-21.00m. .3=21.00-22.00m ... 3rd-5th c. A.D. 9th c A.D ... Well

[Agora Deposit] N 20:1: Well

Use filling of first half of 1st c.; dumped filling of late 1st c.(?). This well, near its mouth, cuts off the end of the upper passage of the cistern at 53/Ε. Subdivisions: .1=Dumped filling .2=POU ... First half of 1st c. A.D. POU ... Well