Zygouries: a prehistoric settlement in the valley of Cleonae
Pub. for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Harvard University Press, 1928 - 227 страници
The settlement of Zygouries in the northeast Peloponnese, excavated in 1921 and 1922, provides a valuable example of an Early Helladic village, with winding streets and modest, double-chambered houses. The associated tombs, found in the form of ossuaries, throw new light on the burial customs and religious ideas of the Early Bronze Age. A potter's shop contains more than 1,330 vases dating to ca. 1300 B.C. and other exciting finds include a Cycladic figure providing evidence of commerce between the islands and the mainland in the 3rd millennium B.C.
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appears bands body bones bottom broad bronze buff clay buff slip celts chamber Class clay and slip coarse coated color Crete curve Cycladic cylixes decoration diameter of base diameter of mouth E. H. Ware Early Hellad1c Per1od Early Helladic Period east examples excavations F1gure fabric fairly figurines flat base floor fragments grave gray grayish greatest diameter height hill hole horizontal House Korakou length lines loop handles lugs Mesara plain Middle Helladic Minoan mottled Mycenae Mycenaean Mycenaean chamber tomb narrow neck objects paint pattern Peloponnesus perhaps Phylakopi Pithoi Plate XX polished poros Potter's Potter's Shop preserved raised base rounded sauceboats seems settlement shallow bowl shape sherds side similar skull slightly specimens spout steatite stone surface terracotta Thessaly thick thin Tomb VII Tomb XX Tomb XXXIII Tomb XXXV Trench upper vertical vessel wall width Zygouries