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[Agora Deposit] O 20:6: Disturbed Pyre in Room 5, House D

Disturbed pyre dispersed in fill of Room 5, House D. Pyre pots in very fragmentary condition were noticed by Barbara Tsakirgis in later analysis of pottery that had been excavated in 1938; no mention of ... 14 June 1938 ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 59, p. 173, figs. 109, 110 ... Hesperia 83 (2014), p. 200, table 2.

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[Agora Deposit] K 5:1: Pit

Pit in Layer 9, lined on the sides and bottom with small stones ... Late 5th c. B.C ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), p. 38, n. 129.

[Agora Deposit] O 18:5: Small Pit in Bedrock

Small Pit in bedrock (diameter 0.70m). " A handful of contemporary sherds found with it, discarded." p. 1238 ... July 1957 ... " A handful of contemporary sherds found with it, discarded." p. 1238 ... Small Pit in bedrock (diameter 0.70m).

[Agora Deposit] Q 20:3: Pit at 59/ΞΕ

Pit at 59/ΞΕ (SW corner of House D). Mixed fill ... 1957 ... Pit at 59/ΞΕ

[Agora Deposit] B 12:1.2: Well at 59/ME

.2=Original fill dumped back in. "Perhaps cleaned out for sake of tiles and original fill dumped back in." HSR ... 1st.-3rd. c. A.D ... ΠΘ:59/ΜΕ

[Agora Deposit] O 20:2: Cistern at 70/ΛΣΤ

Cistern at 70/ΛΣΤ in the northeast slope of the Areopagus. Part of system with two chambers and well. Homogeneous fill. 13 stamped amphora handles. Latest lamp type 46 B. N 72206 (Ω-344), picked up near ... Second half of 3rd c. - Early 2nd c. B.C ... Ω:70/ΛΣΤ

[Agora Deposit] D 17:4: Cistern at 70/ΚΕ

Cistern at 70/ΚΕ and channels. Part of same system as D 17:3 and D 17:5. It was set against a corner of the lowest foundation block. Thus one is forced to assume that enough of the wall remained at least ... Ca. 200-150 B.C ... Cistern at 70/ΚΕ

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[Agora Deposit] G 12:11: Disturbed Adult Inhumation Pit Tomb

Grave 10 in notebook. No remains. Probably grave of a woman. Only a small portion of the inhumation pit was preserved at the northeast edge of pit A, a large oval cutting of modern date dug for the construction ... Middle Geometric II ... Coldstream (1968), p. 21 ... Agora VIII, p. 127 ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 59, pp. 385-390, figs. 2.272-2.276.

[Agora Deposit] N 12:2: Well

Well at 70/Κ ... Middle Geometric ... Well at 70

[Agora Deposit] P 20:1: Cistern at 65/MA

Cistern at 65/ΜΑ. Same system as 63/ΛΑ and 70/ΛΣΤ (not yet cleared). Mentioned in Hesperia VIII, 1939, p.216 Not yet cleared? Nothing catalogued? ... Cistern at 65/ΜΑ. Same system as 63/ΛΑ and 70 ... p.216

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[Agora Deposit] R 11:5: Pyre in Stoa Shop VI

Shallow pit below layer I in Stoa Shop VI (Pyre) Diameter 0.90; D. 0.15m Under shop VI of the Stoa of Attalos Pottery, ash, burning and packing of small stones in pit in stratum. The pyre was covered by ... Ca. 350 or 325 B.C. ? ... Hesperia Suppl. 47 (2013), no. 70, pp. 181, 182, fig. 123 ... Agora XXIX, p. 471.

[Agora Deposit] E 19:6: Well or Pit

Well or Pit at ΓΓ:65/Ν or ΓΓ:65/ΝΔ (area 64-70/ΝΒ-ΝΖ). Objects P 14805, P 14939 and P 14940 are noted on page E 19:6 as at top of well at 65/Ν, but are recorded in Deposit E 19:7. Otherwise, no container, ... 19 April 1936 ... 64-70/ΝΒ-ΝΖ). Objects P 14805, P 14939 and P 14940 are noted

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[Agora Deposit] E 14:12: Disturbed inhumation

Geometric Burial. Burial B in notebook. Overlay E 14:13. Skeleton lay on smoothed bedrock, head southward, arms folded on chest, hands below chin. Legs, cut off by later disturbance, probably bent, with ... Late Geometric ... See Hesperia 14 (1945), p. 306, no. 85.

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[Agora Deposit] A 16:3: Well

Hole (Well) and adjoining water channel with 4th c. pottery, probably a dumped fill. At a depth of about -5.70m we started yielding some very crude potsherds, clearly not made on the wheel (maybe Prehistoric) ... Prehistoric-Roman ... wheel (maybe Prehistoric) p. ... about -5.70m we started

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[Agora Deposit] N 12:4: Tomb with coffins

Mycenaean Chamber Tomb below Middle Stoa Terrace. The tomb was entered from the west by a stepped dromos, at least 4.20m long by 1.10 to 1.50m. wide, splaying slightly toward the doorway, which was 1.26m ... Myc. IIIA:1 ... Agora XIII, pp. 242-247, 274, pls. 59, 75, 90 (Tomb XL).

[Agora Deposit] H 6:1: 'Pottery Deposit'

A dumped filling including red figured fragments of the second quarter of the 4th c. B.C. Coins: 25 June 1931 #12 (in strosis above pottery deposit) 15 November 1952, going through the containers Tin 59-Box ... Ca. 375-350 B.C ... Agora XII, p. 392 ... Agora XXX, p. 363.

[Agora Deposit] B 15:6: Pithos

P.H. 1.98m; greatest diameter 1.70; wall thickness 0.20. The walls are of rubble set in clay, and the bottom is flat. Pottery was coarse Byzantine sherds but discarded except for one graffito ... 25 May 1956 ... P.H. 1.98m; greatest diameter 1.70; wall thickness 0.20. The walls are of rubble

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[Agora Deposit] Q 8:6: Cist Tomb, Child Inhumation

PG grave to NW of Stoa Pier 19 (Tomb no. 5 in notebook). In some records as Grave XLII. It consisted of a rectangular pit, oriented north-south, cut into bedrock. The sides of the pit were lined and the ... Earlier-Developed Protogeometric ... Agora XXVII, p. 229 ... Agora XXXVI, Tomb 70, pp. 445-450, figs. 2.328, 2.329, 2.332-2.337.

[Agora Deposit] A 18:7: Pit/Drain A

A drain pit with red gravely fill. Coins: 5 April 1939 #1-#8 Pottery continuing to at least 3rd c. A.D. ADDENDA: See also tins Lot ΝΝ 70, ΝΝ 71. ADDENDA: P 14822 probably also belongs ... Mixed Hellenistic to Roman ... Agora XXII, p. 96.

[Agora Deposit] M 19:1: Cistern and Channel

The cistern at 70/ΝΗ and the channel [65/ΞΑ] between chambers 70/ΝΗ and 63/ΞΒ seem to have a uniform dumped filling of first half 2nd c. A.D ... First half of 2nd c. A.D ... Χ:70/ΝΗ