[Agora Deposit] H 15:2: Well

Well (Hole) at 19/Ι(ΙΑ). Collapsed well creating a hole above; mixed fill in hole, early Byzantine in well proper. Coins: 26 April 1934 #12 27 April 1934 #28 28 April 1934 #38 1 May 1934 #3 ... Early Byz.

[Agora Deposit] H 15:3: Pocket in Cobble Paving

Pocket in cobble paving in road west of Fountain House ... 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] H 16:1: Well

Well on lower northwest slope of Areopagus. Dug to 6.60m. and abandoned because of danger. Single dumped deposit. Perhaps this context: P 528, P 1223 (JWH). Coins: 22 April 1932 #1 ... Second half 1st c. B.C.-early 1st c. A.D.

[Agora Deposit] H 16:2: Cistern Chamber at 52/Θ (53/Θ)

Cistern chamber at 52/Θ (53/Θ). Part of the H-I 16-17 system. Cf. S.E. Tunnel (container 147) and west and north passages (container 156). Upper fill: (packing for LR mosaic floor) Lower fill: Hellenistic ... Hellenistic-Late Roman


[Agora Deposit] H 16:3: Cistern System

An extensive cistern system on the lower north slope of the Areopagus, south chamber with blind tunnel extending further south (south tunnel); north chamber; drawshaft further north, extends to north tunnel ... Ca. 320-240 B.C.


[Agora Deposit] H 16:4: Pithos

Pithos ay the bottom of the north slope of the Areopagus with single fill; Part of Hellenistic Group D. One stamped amphora handle dates slightly after 146. Latest coin dates in first two decades of 2nd ... 160-130 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 16:5: Pit

The grid area is covered by 'modern bothros' nbp. 375 ... 1 June 1932


[Agora Deposit] H 16:6: Urn Cremation/The Rich Athenian Lady

Urn cremation (trench-and-hole), adult female with fetus/neonate ... Early Geometric II, 850 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 16:7: Manhole at Collapsed Poros Gutter

Includes area labeled "Deposit around collapsed section of poros gutter, road cut south of annex of SWFH." Coins: 28 June 1967 #2 13 July 1967 #1-#6 14 July 1967 #1 15 July 1967 #1 (?) Estimated Grid ... 325-275 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 16-17:1: Well

Well J: EG, ELS. Early Geometric with later (Roman) intrusions. Cf. P 1063 from mixed context at mouth. Also noted as grid 53/ΙΔ ... Early Geometric


[Agora Deposit] H 17:1: Child's urn burial

Grave 4 in notebook: urn burial. Lower part of a storage jar (P 15407) containing the bones of a small child along with a black glazed kantharos (P 15409) and a banded pelike (P 15408) ... 325-300 B.C.


[Agora Deposit] H 17:2: Pit Tomb, Child Inhumation

Child's Grave (E.L. Smithson: Grave XXVIII: G). Cf. Container Lot ΣΤ 165 (fill over geometric grave). Neat, rectangular, unlined trench, cut into bedrock to a preserved depth of 0.20m,below the level ... Early Geometric I

[Agora Deposit] H 17:3: Pit I

Pit I at 45/ΙΘ (= Well) (noted also 4th c. pocket in side of this pit). This is part of the Terracotta Deposit (H 17:4) and the objects listed here are also listed in H 17:4. Containers/lots for this ... Geometric-Protoattic


[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.

[Agora Deposit] H 17:5: Filling

A filling lying over a cobbled floor in a house-complex on the lower north slopes of the Areopagus. Area in front of E-W retaining wall, just above cobble pavement, disturbed by coins and pottery as late ... 375-275 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 17:6: Pocket in Bedrock

Pocket in bedrock, 50/Λ (= Trench, 50-54/Λ), measuring 4.00x0.60m, 0.60-0.90m deep; possibly cutting for wall foundation Coins: 22 April 1932 #1 ... 330-300 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] H 17:7: Pocket

Small pocket between the tumbled wall of large conglomerate blocks and Drain 2 ... 4th c. B.C.


[Agora Deposit] H 17:8: Cremation Burial

Geometric grave. Bones discarded. Tomb located about 2m west/west-southwest of the EG1 child inhumation, beneath the restored line of a hypothetical wall connecting the western "apse' and the south wall ... Middle Geometric II

[Agora Deposit] H 18:1: Well

Well on the north slope of the Areopagus; depth at 9.65m; scanty dumped fillings. From about 3.20m to the bottom, little but tile fragments appeared; in the fillings above, the lower is characterized by ... Ca. 350-290 B.C.