[Agora Deposit] J 2:16: Pyre against North Face of Polygonal Wall, Room 2

Pyre against north face of polygonal wall, Room 2, Classical Building II. No floor preserved above, but the pyre is below floor level 51.820masl, preserved just to the east and above patchy floor with ... Ca. 275-260 B.C ... J 2:16 ... J 2:16


[Agora Deposit] J 2:24: Hellenistic Pyre

Marcie Handler ... This pyre was found in the fill under Pyre J 2:23. Unfortunately, no floor surface was found between the two pyres. There were no complete vessels in this pyre. The sherds of the pyre vessels were mixed ... 275-250 B.C ... J 2:24 ... J 2:24

[Agora Deposit] Q 6:5: Collapsed Cistern at Q/9-6/9.

Layer 7 in South Peristyle of court of Roman House Ε. Irregular cutting in bedrock with sand, gravel, fallen bedrock. Some burning ... 275-250 B.C ... Q 6:5 ... Q 6:5


[Agora Deposit] R 18:1: Pyre

Small pit (in Layer I) = Grave ("Pyre") Identified as pyre by SIR. Pottery and burning ("pit filled with black") in pit slightly west of Panathenaic Road, dug into layer I (lot AA 180, much earlier 6th ... 275-250 ... R 18:1 ... R 18:1


[Agora Deposit] B 18:2: Pyre in House C, Room 12

Pyre in House C, Room 12 (RSY=Pyre 9). Notebook refers to House N. Beside west wall of room 12. Pottery, burnt bone, and cinders in a roughly round pit; disturbed by Byzantine pit. The pyre was dug into ... Ca. 250 B.C ... B 18:2 ... B 18:2


[Agora Deposit] J 3:2: Sacrificial Pyre II

Sacrificial Pyre II, Classical Building II. Found right beneath the stuccoed channel built for sluicing in the 1st c. A.D., and must have been partly disturbed when the channel was constructed. It may ... Ca. 250 B.C ... J 3:2 ... J 3:2

[Agora Deposit] S 19:1: Well at 19/ΛΓ

Well at 19/ΛΓ. The cistern S 19:3 and the well S 19:8, together with a Roman well, S 19:1, had collapsed to form a large pit S 19:5. Top to -8.5m: Byzantine dump to 11-12th c. A.D. -8.50m to -15.00m: 4th ... Mid 3rd century A.D ... S 19:1 ... S 19:1


[Agora Deposit] D 16:6: Pyre in Cut in E-W Street

Pyre in cut in E-W street, layer 7 (Pyre 14). North edge of Piraeus street, west of the Great Drain Bridge, in the area west of Areopagus. RSY-Pyre. Pottery, a little burnt bone, and patches of charcoal ... 250-240 B.C ... D 16:6 ... D 16:6