[Agora Publication] Greek Lamps and Their Survivals

Howland, R. H ... American School of Classical Studies at Athens ... The author has used the trustworthy chronological data supplied by the scientific excavation of “closed deposits” at the Athenian Agora to build a continuous series of lamp types from the 7th century B.C ... 1958

[Agora Object] L 3095: Lamp

No handle. The nozzle is unpierced; the filling hole very small. Rosettes and knucklebones in relief on upper body. Small raised motif on the bottom. Thin pale buff slip. Probably a trial piece. Red clay ... 3 June 1937

[Agora Object] L 3893: Lamp

Handle missing; otherwise intact. Roughly watch-shaped body; thickened rim around filling hole. On upper body, three relief-rosettes at each side, one on nozzle. Signed on bottom, "alpha", the letter in ... 7 June 1939

[Agora Object] L 4668: Lamp

Handle, most of nozzle and a little of top missing. Shallow, watch-shaped, with raised dots all over rim. Poor glaze, red and black to gray, peeled and worn. Light buff clay. Type XVIII (post Sullan) ... 23 March 1935

[Agora Deposit] B 14:3: Cistern on Lower South Slope of Kolonos Agoraios

Cistern on the lower south slope of Kolonos Agoraios; dumped filling, second half of first century after Christ. Coins: 9 June 1937 #3 11 June 1937 #1-#8 ... 50-100 A.D.

[Agora Deposit] B 21:1: Cistern

Cistern in valley west of the Areopagus. Dumped filling of late 1st. to early 2nd. c. and of 5th to 6th century. Coins: 7 June 1939 #12 8 June 1939 #18-#19 9 June 1936 #26 ... 1st.-2nd. c. A.D.

[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