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[Deposit]  A 14:2.1

"baskets" 1-5 Coins: 22 April 1937 #7 23 April 1937 #17-#18 24 April 1937 #1 coins from Dump: 28 May 1937 #31-#32 ADDENDA Top-early 4th. c. consistent with coins of Licinius and Maximinus in good condition ... post-Herulian

[Deposit]  A 14:2.2

Coins: 26 April 1937 #1-#7 27 April 1937 #2-#5 28 April 1937 #1 ... 1st. c. B.C.-1st. c. A.D.

[Deposit]  A 14:2.3

"baskets" 11-12 Coins: 29 April 1937 #1-#2 6 May 1937 #1 d5.20m.-Bottomd. ADDENDA Bottom-see 1970 Hayes's list ... 1st. c. B.C.-1st. c. A.D.

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A 16:1: Bronze casting pit and workshop

Debris filling in a bronze casting pit and workshop, characterized by mold fragments but including also a few plain vases and fragments of wine jars. Third quarter of 4th. c. BC ... Ca. 350-325 B.C.

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A 16:2: Cistern channel fill

Filling in eastern channel at W. end of casting pit A 16:1. Early Roman (1st c. A.D.) but with some later disturbances (3rd. and 4th. c. A.D. and Byz.). P 25747 (VG thinks strayed from A 16:1) ... 1st. c. A.D.

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A 16:3: Well

Hole (Well) and adjoining water channel with 4th c. pottery, probably a dumped fill. B 1199 has been placed with A 16:1 ... 31 May 1956

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A 16:4: Cistern

Listed in notebook as at 6/ΛΗ but later found to be at 12/ΛΗ. Originally B 16:1 Subdivisions: .1=Upper filling and Dump .2=Lower filling ... Ca. 150 B.C.

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A 16:4.1: Upper Filling and Dump

According to dates of finding: 'Mixed Greek and Roman'.

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A 16:4.2: Lower filling

Chronology based VG's analysis of jars and stamps, 12 June 1957. P 25802: Pergamene and Arretine fragments, recorded along with the wine jars, but the pottery apparently not kept separate and these pieces ... To ca. 140 B.C.

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A 17:1: Well

A well on the lower slope of the Hill of the Nymphs, to 7.90m. The scanty use filling at the bottom contained water jars and pitchers as well as the inventoried objects; above it was about 5.00m. of collapsed ... Second quarter of 6th. c. B.C.