Agora Deposit: L 2:2
Title:   Well
Supervisor:   Anne McCabe
Category:   Well
Keyword:   Archaic-Classical
Description:   Adjacent to the SW face of Byzantine Wall 14. The circular cutting, 0.90m in diameter, appeared at 53.504m under a layer of loose rubble (Lot 481). Wall of the well roughly built, consisting at the top of several courses of large tiles (placed horizontally) and flat stones, including marble blocks. Lower down, from 52.621m, large segments of terracotta well lining tiles are interspersed with other building materials. These lining segments are probably reused: one has a cutout triangular foothold; other have cutout rectangular footholds; one is marked with π incised twice. Most are broken; a complete segment measures 0.39 by 0.65m.
Contents:   Coins
Bibliography:   Boyer (2017), pp. 1-307.
    Hesperia 84 (2015), pp. 477, 481-486, figs. 7, 13, 15-16.
Date:   11-19 July 2006
24 June-21 July 2009
Section:   ΒΗ
Grid:   L/19-2/17
Elevation:   53.504-50.715m.
Masl:   50.715-53.504m.
References:   Publication: Boyer (2017)
Publication: Hesperia 84 (2015)
Report: 2012 Excavations
Report: 2011 Excavations
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Objects (7)