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[Deposit]  B 13:7: Well

Well on south slope of Kolonos Agoraios. Stratified deposit. Coins: 8 May 1937 #3 14 May 1937 #1 Subdivisions: .1=16.00-17.00m. .2=17.00-18.00m. .3=18.00-19.00m. .4=19.00-21.00m. .5=21.50-22.70m ... 3rd. c. B.C.-3rd. c. A.D.

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[Deposit]  D 4:1: West chamber

The west chamber of a cistern system composed of two chambers connected by a passage (91/Ν); the east chamber at 91/Ν (E 5:1) retained little or no traces of its original period of use. North of the Hephaisteion ... Use filling early 1st c. B.C.

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[Deposit]  D 11:1: Well

Well-shaft abandoned before use because of crumbling of rock. From top to 15.00m. a dumped fill predominantly early Roman but containing material of late 1st c. B.C. to mid-1st c. A.D. A rock filled shaft ... 1st c. B.C. to mid-1st c. A.D.

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[Deposit]  I 16:1: Well

Use filling of the Roman period. Several objects are from unknown depth or containers and do not appear in subdivisions. Subdivisions: .1=Upper fill=Dump .2=Second POU .3=First POU Container 86 at unknown ... 1st-3rd c. A.D.

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[Deposit]  K 9-10:1: Red Fill West of Odeion

"Red Fill" (extending to bedrock or near, over most of area). Mainly first century after Christ with later disturbance. Coins: 17 April 1936 #10-#13 18 April 1936 #1 20 April 1936 #13-#17 21 April 1936 ... 1st-2nd c. A.D.

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[Deposit]  M 18:1: Well

Filling of a well on the lower north slopes of the Areopagus, dug early in the 1st c. B.C. [construction fill]; in use into the the 2nd c. A.D.[well fill] (H Ms.) No apparent stratification. Coins: 17 ... 2nd c. A.D.

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[Deposit]  Q 13:1: Manhole

Dumped fill in a shaft which served as means of access leading to a water channel south of the Stoa of Attalos. Coins: 29 June 1933 #1 29 April 1936 #1-#3 4 May 1936 #1 ... Early 1st c. A.D.

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[Deposit]  R 14:1: Footing Trench of Venetian Wall

Filling in the footing trench of the late Roman Fortification. Includes Layer 1 and Layer 2 of Library Colonnade opposite Room 2. "Note: both these layers are fill thrown into V.W. footing trench." (nbp ... End 3rd. c. A.D.

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[Object]  B 455: Lamp: Ithyphallic Figure

Bearded figure wearing a short straight cloak from which the phallos which served as lamp nozzle projects. Filling hole in top of head. Pierced at the temples with a small hole throught which passes a ... 11 May 1937

[Object]  L 365: "Telesphoros" Lamp Fragment

Lower part of "Telesphoros" lamp. Back left plain, with a little of lower part preserved. Figure broken at ankles and a little below the neck; nozzle also broken away. Figure muffled in cloak, with opening ... 19 February 1932

[Object]  L 398: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Plastic female head from top of lamp. Above the head a thick knob perforated front to back. Head preserved to a little below chin in front, somewhat less in back. Thick roll of wig or cap around top of ... 29 February 1932

[Object]  L 438: Lamp Fragment

Fragment from back part of large lamp with two small solid hadles (?). The handle seems to have consisted of an elaborate upper part, ridged and grooved, and of two solid projecting knobs, quadruple grooved ... 7 March 1932

[Object]  L 465: Female Head from Plastic Lamp

Broken off at mouth, and at top just above hair; handle missing. Mold made. Little modeling at back; eyes indicated by small indentations. Covered with thin red wash; traces of white paint on hair and ... 17 March 1932

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[Object]  L 710: Plastic Lamp

Ithyphallic figure of Pan playing pipes. Mended from three pieces; complete save for chips. Mold made. Pan is seated cross-legged on a rock; he has horns, goat's legs, and pointed ears, and wears a cloak ... 6 March 1933

[Object]  L 839: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Head and handle from plastic lamp. Broken off below chin. The plain handle, pierced from front to back, rises from a large wreath. The pupils of the eyes pierced. Traces of purplish-red wash. Light red ... 28 March 1933

[Object]  L 855: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Lamp in shape of hare. The base and part of the right side of the animal missing. No indication of the nozzle. The hare is crouching and nibbling at something held between his front paws. That the object ... 21 March 1933

[Object]  L 986: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Fragment with animal's head. A hog's (or bear's?) head, broken away behind the shoulders. Moulded in two pieces with a vertical join. The eyes deeply punched. Thin red wash. Light red clay. Probably belongs ... 17 May 1933

[Object]  L 1044: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Fragment from top of plastic lamp. Two comic faces back to back; both faces are broken off shortly below the nose, but on one side traces of a mouth, open like that of a mask, remain, slightly grayed as ... 24 May 1933

[Object]  L 1058: Plastic Lamp Fragment

The front half of a circular plinth preserved, with a projecting lamp nozzle; on top of the plinth, the feet of a statuette. Red wash, light inside and dark purplish-red, typical, outside. Clay pink to ... 31 May 1933

[Object]  L 1127: Plastic Lamp Fragment

A boy crouches to right, his elbow below his knee. Only a part of his right side, from the flat bottom of the lamp proper to his shoulder, is preserved. Pinkish-brown clay, with black to reddish-brown ... 19 June 1933

[Object]  L 1233: Plastic Lamp

An Eros, with a high diadem, below which long curls fall down his back, and with wings springing above his shoulders, holds in front of him, at waist level, a small lamp with three nozzles, in the shape ... 1933

[Object]  L 1234: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Preserved is only the upper part of a negro, and part of the handle above his head. Red matte glaze. Buffy orange clay. Debris from destruction of the building (late 3rd. or early 4th. century A.D. ?) ... 1933

[Object]  L 1235: Plastic Lamp Fragment: Maker's Mark

Preserved is only half of the almond-shaped base, outlined by a single groove, and part of the side wall. The wall has a curious rough finish (perhaps a "brandfehl"). Inscribed on the bottom. Red-brown ... 7 March 1933

[Object]  L 1251: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Boy's head. Eye, ear, and filling hole in top preserved. Red wash. With late Roman and Turkish sherds. Leica, LXVIII-83 ... 9 February 1934

[Object]  L 1339: Plastic Lamp Fragment: Head of Satyr

The Satyr is drinking from kantharos, which he grasps with both hands. Horn on one side; pointed ear; pierced eyes, snob nose. Reddish-brown wash. Pinkish-buff clay. Late Roman. Cf. L 710, TC 380, TC ... 17 March 1934

[Object]  L 1424: Base of Plastic Lamp

The lamp had a standing figure on it. It is crudely ribbed, and has a blunt nozzle projecting from it. Dull red glaze. Cf. L 707. Leica, LXIX-12 ... 24 March 1934

[Object]  L 1449: Plastic Lamp: Head

Broken away behind and at the neck. Head from plastic lamp (?). High headdress, or handle (?) The eyes pierced. Flaky red glaze over buff clay. Probably from plastic lamp. ADDENDA: Negroid head, Mime ... Ca. 200-250 A.D.

[Object]  L 1482: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Boy with amphora. The left side, part of the back, and the nozzle broken off. Grotesque ithyphallic figure kneeling on his left knee, facing right, his face pressed against a large amphora on a pedestal, ... Mid 3rd. century A.D.

[Object]  L 1535: Nozzle of Plastic Lamp

The nozzle in the shape of a phallos. Remains of heavy white slip. Coarse red clay. Leica, LXIX-23 ... 7 May 1934

[Object]  L 1538: Head from Plastic Lamp

A grotesque male head, beardless. A suspension hole at the top; the eyes pierced. Purplish-brown wash. Pinkish-buff clay. Hellenistic context. Leica, LXIX-22 ... 8 May 1934

[Object]  L 1628: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Broken away below. The left cheek damaged. Minor fractures. Eros, with wings outstretched, rests his head upon his right knee, which is drawn up. Deep round holes for the eyes. Crude incisions for details ... 8 February 1935

[Object]  L 1655: Lamp Fragment

Fragment of the discus of a large lamp (?). A bear attacks a man. The foreparts of the bear and one leg and an arm of the man, with short sword, are preserved. Red glaze, on the top, a little along one ... 16 February 1935

[Object]  L 1702: Plastic Lamp Fragment

The upper part of a plastic lamp in the form of an animal. Perhaps a bear (?). Pierced eyes. Broken away below. Above a pierced vertical handle similar to those of lamps of type XXVIII of Corinth collection ... 23 March 1935

[Object]  L 1828: Plastic Lamp Fragment: Eros

The head and one wing of an Eros figure preserved. The eyes are gouged; the hair comes down in long curls at the sides of the face. Buff colored clay covered with purple-brown paint, except for the wings ... 21 May 1935

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[Object]  L 1881: Pediform Lamp

A small chip from the heel missing. Sandal straps ornamented with small, impressed circles; the toes indicated by shallow incisions. The sole is hobnailed. Two small handles on the top for suspension ... 5 June 1935

[Object]  L 2011: Plastic Lamp Fragment

The left wing, arm, and part of the hair of a figure of Eros which serves as a handle for a lamp. Remains of dark red glaze. Light red clay. ADDENDA Cf. a larger example, L 1223. Great Drain, gravel fill ... 22 February 1936

[Object]  L 2121: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Nozzle and part of top preserved. On top sits a figure whose legs, lower body and left arm remain. Incised star on body below nozzle. Dull purple-red glaze. Soft grayish-buff clay. Late Roman fill. Leica, ... 14 March 1936

[Object]  L 2126: Plastic Lamp

The feet, the spout, and part of the back broken away. Reservoir in shape of a cloaked boy, the spout protruding from the lower edge of the cloak; filling hole at level of shoulders behind. Transverse ... 20 March 1936

[Object]  L 2174: Plastic Lamp Fragment

Feet and base of a figurine, and the nozzle of a lamp, projecting beneath, preserved. Red glaze. Pinkish-buff clay. Late Roman fill over Kappa building. Leica, LXIX-17 ... 27 March 1936

[Object]  L 2266: Head of Plastic Lamp: Athena

The ornamental top part only preserved, with the head of Athena in triple crested helmet; broken off at the neck. The center crest pierced as a handle. Traces of red on face and neck. Red clay. Cf. T ... 15 April 1936