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[Deposit]  A 18-19:1: Ostrakon Area

Pit in the valley between the Areopagus and the Hill of the Nymphs. Large cutting in bedrock with 540 ostraka, mainly of the late eighties of the 5th. c. B. C. Much pottery, principally of the early 5th ... Ca. 500-450 B.C.

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[Deposit]  A 18:1: Cistern

Cistern in the valley between the Areopagus and the Hill of the Nymphs. Coins: 6 May 1947 #6-#7 Dump Subdivisions: .1=Fill 1, Early Roman. .2=Fill 2 .3=Fill 3, 2nd. c. B.C ... 25-30 April 1947

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[Deposit]  B 18:15: Pit

House N, room 6=House T: Pit with Kalikia in Room 2W. Roughly rectangular pit, length 7.10m., possibly dug to obtain clay for flooring in nearby houses ... Ca. 500-480 B.C.

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[Deposit]  B 19:7: Pit

Pit in House N, Room 2 (RSY, House C). Filling thrown in behind the west wall of the Great Drain South at the time of the building of the drain. Cf. Hesperia 20 (1951), pp. 211-212, 256 ... Ca. 430-410 B.C.

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[Deposit]  B 19:11: Hyperbolos Well

Well with POU and dumped fillings, separated by about 2.00m. of plain mud apparently fallen from the collapsed sides of the well. The fillings are, however, closely contemporary. P 18818 from the dump ... Ca. 425-400 B.C.

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[Deposit]  B 22:4: Cistern

Cistern with two fills. Subdivisions: .1=upper fill .2=lower fill ... Late Hellenistic

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[Deposit]  C 9:6: Marble Chips Pit

Square pit in bedrock southwest of the Hephaisteion ... Ca. 390-380 B.C.

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[Deposit]  C 18:4: Construction fillings

Fillings below the courtyard floor of the Poros Enclosure west of the Areopagus. The lowerst layer, over bedrock, is of the archaic period and may have accumulated on the spot before the start of building ... First half of 5th c. B.C.

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[Deposit]  C 18:11: Early drain channel pit

Ostrakon deposit, sand fill and pocket in floor of drain ... Ca. 490-480 B.C.

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

Packing under cobblestones. The high quality of the pottery from this deposit and the fact that some of it shows signs of burning has suggested that it might have come from a sanctuary destroyed by the ... Ca. 500-440 B.C.