[Agora Deposit] D 17:18: Drainin Corridor of Poros Building

Drain in corridor of Poros Building. Deposit is from the period of use of the drain. Cf. also containers 140 and 602 ... Late 5th-early 4th c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] D-E 15:1: Great Drain Fillings

Great Drain: fillings in south part of section; Martyrs I, II and III, all layers (essentially no difference in the layers). Pottery sorted and recorded by H.A. Thompson 12 may 1950: "Having gone through ... Second half of 2nd c. B.C.-Early 1st c. B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E 2:1: Well

It seems possible that the well ... was originally associated with the late Roman reconstruction of the Stoa, being later carried up to serve the Byz. houses. [Nbp. 364] Coins: 6 March 1939 #1-#9 ... Late 4th-early 5th century

[Agora Deposit] E 6:2: West Chamber

Cistern System #3: West Chamber at 69/ΛΣΤ, joined by a crooked passage to 69/Λ. Under the southwest corner of the Hellenistic Building to the north of the Temple of Hephaistos. Upper fill of early 1st ... 175-125 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E 7:21: Grave in Cella of Hephaisteion (Grave XXII)

Grave in cella of Hephaisteion. Grave XXII in notebook. One skull with messy disintegrated bones ... 22 February 1939

[Agora Deposit] E 14:1.1: Upper Roman fill

Both in cistern and in passage 88/ΛΔ-95/ΚΘ-100/ΚΘ. Use filling of late 4th-early 3rd c. B.C.; accumulative fillings of 3rd c. and of late 1st c. B.C.; dumped filling of 4th.c. A.D ... Upper dumped filling of 3rd c. A.D., but with earlier material

[Agora Deposit] E 14:9: Pit

Large pit in the bedrock over Wells H and I. Fill of the pit thrown in after filling of Well H, containing almost entirely coarse ware. First 4m of Well I, filling the same. Below that Well I fill similar ... Late Roman- 1st c. A.D. (mainly early ?)

[Agora Deposit] E 17:1: Well

Use filling of early to late 2nd c. A.D., and dumped filling of late 2nd c. Coins: 16 April 1948 #1-#6 17 April 1948 #5 28 April 1948 #1 ... POU 2nd c. A.D.