[Agora Deposit] J 1:1: Coroplast's Dump

Deposit of terracottas, molds and pottery in a shallow pit sloping downward from north to south. This deposit was located beneath a layer of fill under a Late Roman plaster floor (Lots ΒΕ 2093-2095). The ... 1st c. A.D.


[Agora Deposit] J 2:18: Well in the South Section of Room E in the Byzantine Building East of the North-South Road

Marcie Handler ... Located in the south section of Room E in the Byzantine Building east of the North-South Road. The uppermost 1.5 meters of well lining was built of well-coursed stones (some reused marble blocks) and tiles ... 12th c. A.D.


[Agora Deposit] J 2:19: Tomb

David Scahill ... At northeast corner of Classical Building II; on south side of dromos of Tomb K 2:5, and separated from it by ca. 0.6m of bedrock. Chamber cut through bedrock. The northeast corner of chamber defined ... LHIII A:1


[Agora Deposit] J 3:7: Pyre in Room 1 of Classical Building II

David Scahill ... Beneath toichobate floor level in Room 1 of Classical Building II, against the south ashlar wall, ca. 1.50m. east of the southwest corner of the building. Deposit of broken pyre pots in small pit, 1.00m ... Ca. 325 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 2:5: Mycenaean Chamber Tomb

David Scahill ... Behind northeast corner of Classical Building; east wall C. Below Hellenistic levels and early Classical pit. Chamber cut through bedrock, depth ca. 0.90m., diameter ca. 2m., roughly square in shape, angling ... LH III A:1

[Agora Deposit] T-U 21:1: Hellenistic Fill Beneath Floors

Two pebble floors of Roman date, broken into at the SE and north, covered a 6x5m trench in ΕΛ, bounded by the unexcavated east trench and a wall from Byzantine Building D (Wall A). Under these pebble floors ... 220 - 150 B.C.