[Agora Deposit] L 18:2: Well on Lower Slopes of Areopagus

Well on lower slopes of Areopagus. Diameter ca. 1.50m. Dumped filling of 8th c. at the top. Fill mostly Geometric but containing bits of later (even Roman) pottery. Perhaps cleaned out and refilled with ... 730-700 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] M 17:1: Well

Use filling of middle of 1st to late 6th c. (Roman Group M); dumped filling of 9th and 10th c. Down to a depth of about 21.00m. the fill of the well contained very few objects, the latest of them being ... 1st-6th c. A.D.

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[Agora Deposit] M 17:2: Damaged urn cremation

Grave (E.L. Smithson: Grave XVI: PG). Bones discarded. Only the lower portion of the urn-hole was preserved in bedrock, roughly oval in outline, with a maximum preserved width at the top of 0.70m narrowing ... Late Protogeometric/Early Geometric I

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[Agora Deposit] M 17:3: Damaged Urn Cremation

Grave (adult female). (In some records as Grave XXXI). The tomb was partly destroyed in antiquity; there are sherds of all periods down to Late Roman (and later) note din the fill immediately above it ... Middle Geometric I

[Agora Deposit] M 17:4: Well

Big well at 61/ΙΖ. A well on the lower northeast slope of the Areopagus. Diameter 2m ... ca. 520-475 and shortly after

[Agora Deposit] M 17:5: Well

Well at 69/ΚΔ (Well G: PG, ELS). Diameter 0.75m. Fairly but not perfectly evenly cut; no foot-holds in sides. Very little water gathered. The well produced a small amount of pottery, the bulk of it coming ... Protogeometric

[Agora Deposit] M 18:4: Well

Appears to be use filling from 3rd c. A.D., pre-Herulian into 4th c. or later. Lined with tiles. Coins: 6 May 1937 #1-#2 (disintegrated) ... Early 3rd-early 6th c.

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[Agora Deposit] N 16:1: Pit Tomb, Infant Inhumation

Grave (E.L. Smithson: Grave III: SM). The close proximity and similarity of this tomb and tomb M 16-17:1 strongly suggests that they were intentionally laid out in relation to one another and were contemporary ... Late Mycenaean/Submycenaean-Earliest Protogeometric