[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

[Agora Deposit] F 17:1: North Hypocaust Furnace Dump

Furnace Dump from N. Hypocaust in Bath to East of Poros Building. Coins: 26 March 1948 #4-#8 27 March 1948 #1-#3 29 March 1948 #2-#7 1 April 1948 #2-#3 3 April 1948 #14-#15 7 April 1948 #16-#27 8 April ... Second half 3rd c.-first half 4th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] F 19:1: Stratified well

Roman Group L. Layer I (cont. 59-64) Pre-Herulian second half of 3rd c. (bottom, 15.95-13.90). Layer II (cont. 42-58) 4th c.-first quarter of 4th c. (11.90-13.90). Layer III (cont. 17-41) -4th c. (10.00 ... Second half 3rd c.-early 5th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] G 5:2: Cistern

Essentially uniform fill of III-IV c. A.D. with a Byzantine upper fill. Coins: 14 June 1937 #1-#3 15 June 1937 #2 16 June 1937 #1 17 June 1937 #1-#2 18 June 1937 #1-#4 19 June 1937 #1-#4 9 June 1938 #1-#3 ... Late 3rd-mid-4th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] G 11:2: Well in Cistern to West of Tholos

May be of Hellenistic origin when cistern system went out of use. For a general note on the cistern see Nb. ΟΕ III, pp. 246 ff. Objects from B 586 various depths (no subdivision): S 2324-S 2330, P 34894, ... Late 2nd-early 6th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] H-I 7-8:1: "Burnt Layer"

Accumulated debris on the west side of the market square. Related layers added 1999/2000 (JWH), e.g. "Gravelly layer above burning", "Clearing Classical floor", "Lowest level above bedrock", "Below burning", ... First half of 5th c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] H-I 12:1: Burnt Layers

Burnt Layer inside retaining wall of Middle Stoa Terrace (Θ) and NW Corner of Middle Stoa, burnt debris inside terrace retaining wall (Ζ). Coins Ζ: Coins Θ: 1 June 1951 ... Mid-3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] I 12:1: Strosis

NW corner of Civic Offices, lowest layer above Roman road metal[classical floor, see nbp. 1907]. Coins: 12 May 1950 #1-#10 ... Mid 3rd. c. A.D.