[Agora Deposit] U 23:2: Well I in ΟΑ

Well I: archaic. On the northwest slope of the Acropolis below the Klepsydra. Diameter ca. 1.10m. Water level ca. -9.50m. Substantial use filling in the lower 0.75m. In the upper debris filling both the ... End of 6th c. B.C. - Early Byzantine

[Agora Deposit] U 24:1: Well 3 in ΟΑ

Well 3: archaic. Diameter, top ca. 1; bottom ca. 0.90m. Water level just above ca. -10m Use filling including figured, black and plain wares. Scanty dumped filling. Upper fill-Dark Age. Middle fill/Bottom-early ... Last quarter of the 6th c. B.C.


[Agora Deposit] J 5:2: Crossroads Enclosure

Enclosure within Roman Circular Building. The finds apparently reflect the entire area inside the enclosure. Pottery lot ΒΓ 515 identifies the deposit as layer 10 and coin #895 from layer 11 says "layer ... 12-18 August 1971 9-10 May 1972

[Agora Deposit] J 12:1: Well

Fill to 6.50m., masses of stone, animal bones and coarse pottery with some unfinished poros sculpture at 6.50m. - a dump of early 3rd c. ... At 6.50m. begins use filling with numerous BHWJs and other water ... Late 1st c. to early 3rd cent. and of 4th and 5th cents

[Agora Deposit] J 14:3: Well in the Northeast Corner of the early Peribolos

Located in the NE corner of the early peribolos. Probably originally 1.00-1.50m. deeper, the bedrock above having been cut back in late times. Scanty pottery remains; some evidence for a period of use ... Ca. 600-570 B.C.


[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


[Agora Deposit] K 1:2: Well

Coins: 23 July 1992 #854 27 July 1992 #861-#864, #866, #868, #872 28 July 1992 #867, #874 29 July 1992 #869-#871, #873, #875 31 July 1992 #877-#884, #887-#888 3 August 1992 #890-#896 4 August 1992 #897-#900, ... Roman-Byzantine


[Agora Deposit] K 1:4: Pit

The pit consists of an unlined, circular shaft measuring 1.10m. in diameter and at least 2.23m. in depth. The sides of the shaft have roughly cut hand-/foot-holds at irregular intervals and locations ... Late Roman to end of 4th c. A.D.