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[Agora Object] P 5814: Saucer: West Slope

Mended from several pieces; fragments from rim and wall missing. Plain flaring sides; the bottom slightly depressed to form a small resting surface. Five neat wheel-run grooves around the upper part of ... 30 May 1935

[Agora Deposit] E 3:1: Cistern at 44/Η

Cistern with considerable dumped fill. It may have been abandoned ca. 295-295 B.C.; it will have been filled by 280 B.C. Multiple vessels share same stamps, and painted vessels of same workshop are present ... Ca. 325-250 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E 14:1: Cistern

Nbp. 2369: Two chamber cisterns, 88/ΛΔ and 100/ΚΘ, united by a long straight passage running almost due N-S. A draw shaft at 95/ΚΘ is set just off the course of the passage to the east and opening into ... Use filling of late 4th-early 3rd c. B.C. Accumulative fillings of late 3rd-early 2nd and late 1st c. B.C. Upper dumped filling of 3rd c. A.D.

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[Agora Deposit] H 16:4: Pithos

Pithos ay the bottom of the north slope of the Areopagus with single fill; Part of Hellenistic Group D. Coins: 12 April 1932 #6-11 13 April 1932 #1-#2 16 April 1932 #10 18 April 1932 #4 ... 160-130 B.C.

[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.

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[Agora Deposit] M 21:1: Komos Cistern

Komos Cistern at 66/Κ Coins: 14 May 1947 #1-#5 15 May 1947 #1-#4 16 May 1947 #1-#5 17 May 1947 #1-#4 19 May 1947 #1 20 May 1947 #1 21 May 1947 #1 24 May 1947 #1 19 June 1947 #1-#2 21 June 1947 #1-#11 23 ... Last quarter of 3rd c. B.C.-early 2nd century B.C.

[Agora Deposit] N 21:4: Satyr Cistern

Cistern with two tunnels, the one entering its neck cut off by an early Roman well, the other, at the bottom not excavated. Chamber conical in shape, with a depressed draw basin in the center of the floor ... Early Roman-3rd c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] P 21:4: Cistern at 53/NE

Cistern at 53/ΝΕ, bottle-shaped, stucco-lined, in the east aisle of the peristyle of Roman House H (courtyard of Greek House G, just west of andron). Lower diameter 2.73m. Homogenous fill all apparently ... Into early 2nd century B.C.