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[Agora Deposit] D 17:6: Filling

Hole at 57/ΛΣΤ = Pottery Dump at 57/ΛΣΤ. May well have accumulated on the spot where it was found, its fragmentary state being attributable to the later rubble wall laid over it. Cf. also P 19982 (ΟΟ ... Ca. 400-375 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] E 18:7: Well

Large tile-lined well in SW Bath, Room A4. The top had been sealed with ca. 1.30m of concrete, and the floor to carry the hypocaust columns of the room in Phase C had been carried over it. The well was ... Late 2nd-early 1st c. B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] F 17:3: Well

Although separated by a sterile rocky fill the two use fillings are apparently one continuous accumulation (GRE). Packing around well includes SS 14261, P 25943-P 25953. These are not given a subdivision ... 350-300 B.C. to ca. 225 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] F 17:4: Cistern

Stucco-lined bottle-shaped cistern, with tunnel and subsidiary manhole, in SW Baths, Room Α 10. Homogeneous dumped fill, mostly of mold-made bowls and and molds for terracotta figurines. Sixteen stamped ... 225-190 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] G 6:3: Rectangular Rock-Cut Shaft

A cave-in not long after the digging of this shaft destroyed its possible usefulness as a well and thereafter it was used as a dump. Two principle periods of such use were noted, and within these several ... Ca. 575-480 B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] G 12:4: Urn-burial of an Infant

Rodney S. Young ... Grave 4 in notebook. Amphora, no other pots but carbonized remains of food offerings. Over urn two stone slabs, on top, mass of small stones containing Late Geometric sherd ... Late Geometric

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[Agora Deposit] G 12:5: Urn-Burial of an Infant

Rodney S. Young ... Grave 5 in notebook. The grave had been somewhat disturbed by the digging of Well B. The hydria lay on its side; in it was found the skeleton of a small child lying on its side with the knees drawn up ... Late 8th-early 7th c. B.C.

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[Agora Deposit] G 12:10: Urn-Burial of a Small Child

Urn Burial in Tholos Cemetery. Grave 9 in notebook. Amphora containing bones of a small child. Little pots had been put under its neck ... Late 8th-Early 7th c. B.C.