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[Agora Deposit] F 19:4: Well

This filling is the largest deposit of its time found in the Agora. It may be compared with H 6:5 and with N 7:3. Dug in soft bedrock to a depth of 11.40m; footholds cut on opposite sides of the shaft ... Ca. 490-450 B.C.

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[Agora Image] Misfired amphora. Watercolor by Piet de Jong.

Craig Mauzy ... Ptg. 37 Horizontal (normal) ... 2006

[Agora Drawing] Black glaze profiles for Brian A. Sparkes.

Nina Travlou ... 82-591 82-591 Stained Dirty Heavy Tracing Paper Drafting Ink ... 1961

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[Agora Drawing] Pink glaze amphora.

Piet de Jong ... From Well in Tholos 8-134 8-134 Fragile Watercolor Paper Watercolor

[Agora Deposit] D 7:2: Theseion 'Street' Deposit

Packing under cobblestones 7 or 8 meters west of the Temple of Hephaistos. A similar filling found in a small hole in bedrock three or four meters north of the Temple. The high quality of the pottery from ... Ca. 500-440 B.C.

[Agora Deposit] E-F 12-14: Building Fill in B'

Fillings in and to the north of Building A/Poros Building/Greek Building ("Strategeion"), the accumulation mostly a late archaic dump, but not deposited till near the middle of the century. Most of the ... First half of 5th c. to ca. 460-450 B.C.