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[Agora Deposit] N 7:2: Lily Bowl Grave

Mycenaean grave. Small pit grave (0.50m by 1.35m by 0.75m deep) containing the skeleton of an infant girl. Although a simple grave with a single interment, the pit was packed with gifts. These consisted ... No later than mid-15th c.

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[Agora Deposit] O 7:2: Small Chamber Tomb

Mycenaean Chamber Tomb. Only the bottom 0.10 to 0.20m of the chamber was preserved along with the partial skeletal remains of two or three occupants. The plan revealed a square chamber (1.80m by 1.80m), ... Myc. III A 1:2 (14th c.)

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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] L 6:2: Geometric Well

Well O: EG. AS 875-878 ... Middle 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] O 13:3: Square Byzantine Well South of Middle Stoa Pier 21

Square Byz. Well South of Middle Stoa Pier 21 (Iliad Well) Estimated Grid ... Byzantine

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[Agora Deposit] Q 8:5: Pit Tomb, Child Inhumation

PG grave to NW of Pier 19 (Grave 4). It consisted of a rectangular pit, oriented north-south, cut into bedrock. Only the lowest part of the tomb pit was preserved; the upper part was cut away in the Classical ... Earlier-Developed Protogeometric