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[Agora Deposit] J 2:14: Well at the Northeast Corner of Classical Building

A well at the northeast corner of Classical Building, behind back wall. Dumped fill appears to have occurred as a single event as there are joining sherds throughout. POU date ca. first half 5th c. B.C.; ... 5th c. B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] J 2:15: Coin Hoard, Room 2 in ΒΖ

Coin hoard. Room 2: soft soil north of floor surface. Coins: 23 July 1999 #924-#944 ... 23 July 1999

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[Agora Deposit] J-K 2:2: Chamber Tomb Below Floor of Room 2 of Classical Building II

David Scahill ... Below packed clay floors in Room 2 of Classical Building II; bordered on east and south sides by polygonal cross wall and back wall extension for Classical Building. Late Roman wall and drain installation ... LHIII A:1

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[Agora Deposit] K 1:5: Well

Tom Milbank ... An unlined and relatively narrow (ca. 0.82m. in diameter) well cut through hard-pack and bedrock. Although three periods of use can be discerned in the stratigraphy of the well below a depth of ca. 5.47m., ... Middle Geometric I

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[Agora Deposit] K 2:5: Mycenaean Chamber Tomb

David Scahill ... Behind northeast corner of Classical Building; east wall C. Below Hellenistic levels and early Classical pit. Chamber cut through bedrock, depth ca. 0.90m., diameter ca. 2m., roughly square in shape, angling ... LH III A:1