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Early Iron Age coarse-ware pottery in context: new finds from the settlement of Xeropolis at Lefkandi
conference contributionposted on 2015-08-18, 09:49 authored by Ian K. Whitbread, A. Livieratou
This is a preliminary report on the examination of Early Iron Age (EIA) coarse-ware pottery found at Xeropolis during the latest excavations (2003–2009).1 Study of the assemblage is ongoing, therefore attention focuses here on a few selected pieces. For the most part they belong to two principal groups as defined by function, i.e. cooking ware and storage vessels. [Opening paragraph]
CitationZagora in Context. Settlement and Intercommunal Links in the Geometric Period (900–700 BC), 2012, MEDITERRANEAN ARCHAEOLOGY (25), pp. 173-180
Author affiliation/Organisation/COLLEGE OF ARTS, HUMANITIES AND LAW/School of Archaeology and Ancient History
SourceZagora in Context. Settlement and Intercommunal Links in the Geometric Period (900–700 BC). Zagora Conference held by the AAIA, Athens, May 2012.
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