Oropos Excavations The Protogeometric and Sub

Oropos Excavations The Protogeometric and Sub

Alexander Mazarakis Ainian

Alexander Mazarakis Ainian was born in Athens in 1959. Studies. He studied History of Art and Archaology at the Université Libre de Bruxelles", Belgium (1980-1983) [degree with "Grande Distinction"] and continued his postgraduate studies in London (), with a grant of the "Alexander Onassis Benefit Foundation" and obtained his Ph.D. degree at University College London in …

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DI-fusion Excavations at Oropos (Attica) I:Protogeometric

Excavations at Oropos (Attica) I: Protogeometric and Sub-Protogeometric periods (10th – 9th c. BC) par Mazarakis Ainian, Alexander ;Lemos, Irene S. ;Vlachou, Vasiliki Référence The Athens Archaeological Society, Athens

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THE MISSING DEAD: LATE GEOMETRIC BURIALS AT LEFKANDI

decoration are deposited with burials at Lefkandi in the Sub-Protogeometric period, and later during the Late Geometric in Eretria. What is unusual, however, if not unique, is the shape of this vessel since most of the known examples are open shapes (plates, bowls, and kalathoi).6 The enchytrismos vessel is a neck-handled amphora (420.1).

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ΛΕΥΚΑΝΤΙ - EXCAVATIONS AT LEFKANDI

I. S. Lemos, 'Recent archaeological work on Xeropolis, Lefkandi: a preliminary report' in A. Mazarakis-Ainian (ed.), Oropos and Euboea in the Early Iron Age, University of Thessaly Press: Volos, pp. 123-133.

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Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam | Dept. of Arts and culture

Developments on Euboea and at Oropos at the end of the "Dark Ages" (ca. 700 to the mid-7th century BC (2011) in: A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The "Dark Ages" Revisited, Acts of an International Symposium in Memory of W.D.E. Coulson, University of …

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OROPOS AND EUBOEA OROPOS AND EUBOEA IN THE EARLY …

OROPOS AND EUBOEA IN THE EARLY IRON AGE The tale of an excavation . . . . . . . . . 21 Peter James, Protogeometric – Geometric – Archaic periods based on a study of the con-

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GENERAL INDEX

338 INDEXES Doric order, in the stoa at Oropos, 170-4. doves, in Cretan frescoes, 20. EAST GREEK bowl fragment from Cyrenaica, 41-2. economy (animal) in Early Neolithic Knossos, 256-62.

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OROPOS AND EUBOEA OROPOS AND EUBOEA IN THE EARLY …

OROPOS AND EUBOEA IN THE EARLY IRON AGE The tale of an excavation . . . . . . . . . 21 Peter James, Protogeometric – Geometric – Archaic periods based on a study of the con-

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(PDF) Ανασκαφές Ωρωπού Ανασκαφές Ωρωπού Πανεπιστημιακές

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2004 Excavations at Mitrou, East Lokris

2004 Excavations at Mitrou, East Lokris ALEYDIS VAN DE MOORTEL AND ELENI ZAHOU In the summer of 2004, a new excavation was begun at the Bronze Age and Early Iron Age site of Mitrou in East Lokris, located on the North Euboean Gulf in central Greece (Fig. 1). The Mitrou Archaeological Project is a synergasia co-directed by Aleydis Van de

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Vicky Vlachou - EFA

A, Mazarakis Ainian, I. S. Lemos et V. Vlachou, Excavations at Oropos. The Protogeometric and Sub-Protogeometric period (10th – 9th centuries B.C.), Volos 2020. V. Vlachou - A. Gadolou (dir.), Τέρψις/Terpsis. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology in honour of Nota Kourou, Études d'Archéologie 10, Bruxelles: ULB - CReA-Patrimoine, 2017

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Euboica - Oropos in the Early Iron Age - Publications du

The ancient city of Oropos lies beneath the modern town of Skala Oropou, in the borderline between Attica and Boeotia, opposite Eretria (fig. 1). During the past two decades, the 2nd Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical antiquities has conducted more than 50 important rescue excavations in building plots1. The eastern cemetery occupies a narrow strip on either side of …

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Vicky VLACHOU | PhD | Université Libre de Bruxelles

Excavation. Landscape Archaeology. of particular classes of material culture of the Sub-Mycenaean to Late Protogeometric and Sub-Protogeometric periods (eleventh to …

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(PDF) Gifts from the gulf: the exploitation of molluscs in

PDF | On Jan 1, 2007, Tatiana Theodoropoulou published Gifts from the gulf: the exploitation of molluscs in the geometric artisan site of Skala Oropou, Greece | Find, read and cite all the

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THE TYPOLOGY AND TOPOGRAPHY OF SPARTAN BURIALS …

The number of graves from Sparta dating from the Protogeometric to the Hellenistic period now stands at over 200, and this total increases each time rescue excavations in Sparta are reported. Footnote 9 We are thus, for the first time, now in a position to draw on material evidence from Sparta to construct a picture of Spartan burial practice.

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Alexander Mazarakis Ainian | The Shelby White and Leon

The aim of the Oropos Project is to publish the old rescue excavations of the Greek Archaeological Service at Skala Oropou and Nea Palatia (northern Attica, Greece) which yielded evidence for human occupation of the period between the 10"' and the 6"' centuries BC (Protogeometric, Geometric, Earlv Archaic, Archaic).

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Excavations at Oropos. The Protogeometric and Sub

The book offers a detailed presentation and thorough analysis of the earliest remains of the Early Iron Age from the area of Oropos in Northern Attica, excavated by the 2nd Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities (Ephorate of Eastern Attica today) in 1985-86 and the Archaeological Society at Athens from 1996 to 2011 (see Introduction) (figs 1-3). The emphasis of the study is …

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