[Agora Deposit] J 11-12:1: Burned filling

Burned filling over area of NW Temple (apparently Herulian destruction debris) = Trench I, 18-22/ΛΑ-ΜΣΤ and northwest trench, center at 15-19/ΛΣΤ-Μ Coins: 28 March 1933 #25-#28 29 March 1933 #16-#21 30 ... 28-30 March 1933 5-6 April 1933

[Agora Deposit] J 12:1: Well

Fill to 6.50m., masses of stone, animal bones and coarse pottery with some unfinished poros sculpture at 6.50m. - a dump of early 3rd c. ... At 6.50m. begins use filling with numerous BHWJs and other water ... Late 1st c. to early 3rd cent. and of 4th and 5th cents

[Agora Deposit] J 12:2: Well

Empty to 4.00m. From there to 9.20m. much coarse pottery, stucco fragments, animal bones, lead defixiones. ... The presence of fragments of stelae and architectural members near bottom point to dumped ... Late 2nd-early 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] J 18:1: Laundry Well

A tiled well with two periods of use, Byzantine and Late Roman. Some coarse Byzantine pottery from the upper part. from the lower part, pre-Herulian pottery, lamps and figurines. Also ΑΡ 221 (A 1202) the ... 24 April 1940 10-29 March 1947

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[Agora Deposit] J 18:2: Well

Upper mixed dumped fill (last quarter 3rd c.-4th c.) with Roman POU below 10.40m. Coins: 16 February 1937 #1 (disintegrated) 17 February 1937 #1 (disintegrated) 8 April 1937 #5-#10 (dump) 9 April 1937 ... 2nd half of 1st c.-first half of 3rd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] K 9-10:1: Red Fill West of Odeion

"Red Fill" (extending to bedrock or near, over most of area). Mainly first century after Christ with later disturbance. Coins: 17 April 1936 #10-#13 18 April 1936 #1 20 April 1936 #13-#17 21 April 1936 ... 1st-2nd c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] K 18:1: Roman Well Re-Used in Byzantine Times

Roman well re-used in Byzantine times. Subdivisions: .1=0.00-13.80m. .2=13.80-23.50m. .3=23.50-25.00m ... Late 1st-early 2nd, 4th-5th, 11th centuries.

[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.