[Agora Deposit] K 20:1: Late Roman Hole

Upper fill (top to around 4.50m.) was in a pit of large dimensions above the preserved well shaft. From the bottom and shaft proper no catalogued pottery. No tiling in place in well but fragments of tiles ... 3rd-4th c. A.D.

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 6, s. 63, p. 51

Dump. Hesperia 17, 1948, p. 183, Pl. LXIII,2. Hesperia 2, 1933, p. 192, fig. 7, no. 8. Other. Well. Cistern ... Agora 6 51 L-M 11-12:1 H-I 12:1 K 20:1 F 11:1 G 5:2 ... Late 3rd-early 4th A.D.

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[Agora Publication Page] Agora 6, s. 69, p. 57

Hesperia, 2, 1933, p. 193, noted. Dump. Well. Hesperia, 2, 1933, p. 192, fig. 7, no.10. Fill ... Agora 6 57 L-M 11-12:1 N 21:1 C 18:1 P 18:2 K 20:1 R 14:1 ... 4th A.D.

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[Agora Publication] Terracottas and Plastic Lamps of the Roman Period

Grandjouan, C ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The volume contains a short introduction, a classification by types, a critical catalogue, a register of the dated contexts, concordances and indexes, and an excursus by T. B. L. Webster on the theatrical ... 1961

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[Agora Publication] Lamps of the Roman Period: First to Seventh Century after Christ

Perlzweig, J ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... Nearly 3,000 specimens of lamps of “Roman” character are catalogued in this volume that covers the period from the 1st century B.C. to the 8th century A.D. The lamps are not easy to classify because the ... 1961

[Agora Object] T 2250: Head of Boy Figurine

Broken below and behind; knob on top chipped. Remains of dull red wash on surface. Well, upper fill. 111 Leica ... April 1940

[Agora Object] T 2251: Head of Infant Figurine

Bald head from infant. Broken below and behind. Features barely indicated plastically. Traces of white in eyes. Remains of red wash on surface. Buff clay. Well, upper fill. 111 Leica ... April 1940

[Agora Object] T 2252: Dog Figurine Fragment

Head of dog. Broken below and at one side. Remains of red wash on surface. Cf. T 1980. Other figurines in box 7. Well, upper fill. 111 Leica ... Card: earliest 4th c. A.D.