[Agora Deposit] A 8-9:1: Hephaisteion Garden Fill

Hephaisteion Garden; fill beside wall. Loose filling encountered in rescue excavation to examine wall found during construction of public toilet in Theseion Park, outside Agora area. SIR 1991 Originally ... Second half of 4th c. B.C.


[Agora Deposit] A 18-19:1: Ostrakon Area

Pit (6x10) in the valley between the Areopagus and the Hill of the Nymphs. Large cutting in bedrock with 540 ostraka, mainly of the late eighties of the 5th. c. B. C. Much pottery, principally of the early ... Ca. 500-450 B.C.


[Agora Deposit] A 19:1: Sacrificial Pyre in House N

Pyre(?) in House N, S.W. Room. (=House C, Room 10) In room 10. Vessels from an earlier pyre were found dispersed in the makeup of the latest "floor" in the room, with tile fragments trodden into its surface ... First quarter of the 4th c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] A 19:6: Pit

Pits in area 96-100/ΝΕ-ΝΘ (lower east slopes of Hill of the Nymphs, near extreme west edge of excavated area). Shallow pit in bedrock against N. face of wall. dMax. depth 0.20m.d. Many fills in areas ... Ca. 325-300 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] A 20:6: House fillings

Fills from construction and reconstruction of a house. "Brown House" = House A (RSY Hesp. 20) (and pit under Layer 4) in the industrial area west of the Areopagus. Under the original floor of this house ... Second half of the 5th. c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] A 20:7: Refuse Pit

Scanty debris filling in a pit. The wishbone-handled bowl (P 16753) is of the middle of the third quarter of the 5th. c. century, as are also two red figured fragments, P 25820 and P 25821; the deposit ... Ca. 450-400 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] A 20:9: Fillings

"South Triangle" abandonment filling over Brown House (House A) in the industrial area. Layers 1-3 and layer 4, to floor of second period. As late as the 3rd. c. B.C. but composed largely of earlier material ... 3rd c. B.C. and earlier

[Agora Deposit] A 20-21:1: Drain cutting

Early cutting beside Great Drain: 103-111/Λ-ΛΓ (= "Deep cutting" Pit at 107/ΛΑ). Abandonment filling in channel for early drain; the fragment of a red figured bell krater, P 17000, probably to be dated ... Ca. 425-395 B.C.