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[Agora Deposit] A 20:3: Pyre

(RSY=Pyre 2). Pyre in the industrial area west of the Areopagus, in House B. In northern corner of room. No pit discerned. A deposit of small stones (a marker/) lay 0.30m above the level of the pyre, ... Third quarter of the 4th. century.

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[Agora Deposit] B 17:4: Pyre in Room 1

Pyre in Room 1, area west of street (RSY=Pyre 11). Early in the third quarter of the 4th. c. B.C. In courtyard. Artifacts, bone, and cinders in irregular pit in floor sequence. The pit had been dug into ... 350-330 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] B 17:5: Pyre in Room 2

Pyre in Room 2, area west of street (RSY=Pyre 12). In courtyard. Artifacts, bone, ash, carbon, and cinders in pit in floor sequence. The rectangular pit was cut into a white strosis with marble chips (ΠΠ ... 315-300 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] B 18:1: Pyre

Pyre in House D, Room 4 (RSY=Pyre 4). Notebook refers to House N. Pottery belongs late in third quarter of the 4th. c. BC. Pyre burned near beginning of last quarter. Artifacts, burnt bone, and cinders ... 350-300 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] B 19:5: Pyre in House N, Room 2, Layer 5

Pyre in House N, room 2, layer 5 (RSY=Pyre 8). Near northern corner of room 6. Artifacts, bone, burnt logs, and cinders in square pit dug from level of layer 5, through layers 5 and 6; thin clay floor ... 325-300 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] B 19:6: Pyre in House N, Room 4

Pyre in House N, room 4 (RSY=Pyre 7), in the industrial area west of the Areopagus. Pottery, mall pieces of calcined bone, log, wood cinders, and charcoal in diamond-shaped pit in floor sequence. The pyre ... Late 4th-early 3rd c. B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] B 22:3: Burned Deposit

Burned deposit: Middle Terrace, south of Archaic cemetery. RSY: Pyre 10 Pottery, burnt bone, charred logs, and heavy burning, recovered by tunneling under the cement floor of a Late Hellenistic workshop, ... Ca. 325-300 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] C 17:2: Pyre North of House G

North of House G (RSY=Pyre 13). Concentration of artifacts, small pieces of bone, and burnt material in stratum, no pit discerned. The pyre is cut by the trench of a wall of a Roman house to north. It ... 290-250 B.C.