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[Agora Deposit] Q 12:3: Stoa Gutter Well

Well below Stoa Gutter opposite Pier 1. Heavy dumped filling remarkable among Agora well-deposits both for the high quality and the good conditions of pottery of all sorts. It represents the stock of a ... Ca. 520-490 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] H 17:4: Terracotta Deposit

An area about 10m2. on the lower northwest slopes of the Areopagus, southeast of the archaic fountain house. A dumped fill to the end of the 3rd quarter of the 7th c. B.C., containing many votives, overlying ... 7th c. - 625 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] D 16:3: Pithos Child Burial

Grave 2 in notebook. Child of about two months, body placed in plain pithos, which rested on its side at the bottom of a pit; the mouth closed with a stone slab. The burial forms a group with two other ... 750-725 B.C

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[Agora Deposit] D 16:4: Urn cremation

Grave 3: (Grave XXVII: EG). Urn cremation (trench-and-hole), adult male. Carbonized figs and grapes included in inventoried objects (no number). [JP] "Craftsman-Warrior" tomb: combination of weapons and ... Early Geometric I

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[Agora Deposit] G 12:19: Remains of a Sacrificial Pyre

Burned Deposit. A thick deposit of ash, cinders and pottery fragments extending alongside wall of cemetery. Character of pottery like the pyre of F 12:2 ... Late Geometric

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[Agora Deposit] N 21-22:1: Tomb of the Ivory Pyxides

Mycenaean Chamber Tomb occupies a considerable part of the western half of section ΕΕ; lies about half way up the north slope of the Areopagus towards its eastern end, just below the highest point of the ... Myc. III A:1

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[Agora Deposit] Q 13:5: Well Below Stoa Terrace Fountain

Well below Stoa Terrace Fountain. Heavy dumped filling, including a great variety of figured and plain wares. Never completed in antiquity because of hard bedrock. Estimated Grid ... 575-550 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] R 12:4: Well in Stoa Shop 3

Well in Stoa Shop 3. Diameter at top 1.20m. The mouth o the well was overlaid by a large conglomerate block placed by the Stoa builders to seal it. Masses of pottery including many water-jars filled the ... Ca 520-480 B.C.