The Pottery from the Mycenaean Site of Palia Staneprospholeika, Κephalonia. A Preliminary Report

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Title: The Pottery from the Mycenaean Site of Palia Staneprospholeika, Κephalonia. A Preliminary Report
Authors: Souyoudzoglou-Haywood, Christina
Sotiriou, Andreas
Papafloratou, Eleni
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Date: 26-Nov-2017
Online since: 2019-05-09T10:48:14Z
Abstract: The site of Palia Stane-Prospholeika (P. Tsilimidos property) is located at a short distance south of the modern town of Argostoli, and occupies a commanding position on the lower slopes of the hilly zone overlooking the alluvial plain and the bay of Koutavos to the ENE. Four short excavation campaigns have taken place (2010, 2013, 2014) under the direction of Andreas Sotiriou of the 35th EΠKA. The excavation of the plot has not been completed. Preliminary results were presented at the 2014 Conference on the Archaeological Work in NW Greece and the Ionian Islands (Σωτηρίου et al. 2018).
Type of material: Conference Publication
Publisher: Fund of Archaeological Proceeds
Keywords: Architectural remainsGreeceArchaeological excavationsPottery
Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
Is part of: The Archaeological Work in North-Western Greece and The Ionian Islands. Proceedings of the 2nd Conference, Ioannina 23-26 November 2017.
Conference Details: Archaeological Activity and Research in North West Greece and the Ionian Islands, Ioannina, Greece, 23-26 November 2017
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