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Published by American School of Classical Studies at Athens in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Gournia (Extinct city),
  • Mochlos Island (Greece),
  • Greece,
  • Crete.
    • Subjects:
    • Tombs -- Greece -- Crete.,
    • Minoans.,
    • Architecture, Minoan -- Greece -- Crete.,
    • Gournia (Extinct city),
    • Mochlos Island (Greece) -- Antiquities.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references and index.

      StatementJeffrey S. Soles.
      SeriesHesperia. Supplement ;, 24, Hesperia (Princeton, N.J.)., 24.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsDF221.C8 S66 1992
      The Physical Object
      Pagination266 p., [40] p. of plates :
      Number of Pages266
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL1543768M
      ISBN 100876615248
      LC Control Number91022767

      The Minoan civilization was a Bronze Age Aegean civilization on the island of Crete and other Aegean Islands, flourishing from c. to c. BC until a late period of decline, finally ending around represents the first advanced civilization in Europe, leaving behind massive building complexes, tools, stunning artwork, writing systems, and a massive network of trade. [1]. In , a portion of a well-preserved domestic building dating to the later part of Early Minoan (EM) I was excavated at Priniatikos Pyrgos, east Crete. Though only a small portion of this house was available to investigate, there was clear evidence for several architectural and habitation phases.


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24, The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete (), pp. i-iii+v-vii+ix-xxi+++ This book is a study of the house tombs of Crete based on a reexamination of the extant remains at the cemeteries of Gournia and Mochlos.

Excavated in the beginning of the century by Harriet Boyd Hawes (Gournia) and Richard B. Seager (Mochlos), the cemeteries underwent cleaning operations in, and These later investigations resulted in a more thorough understanding of the sites.

Get this from a library. The prepalatial cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the house tombs of Bronze Age Crete. [Jeffrey S Soles; American School of Classical Studies at Athens.].

This book is a study of the house tombs of Crete based on a reexamination of the extant remains at the cemeteries of Gournia and Mochlos.

Excavated in the beginning of the century by Harriet Boyd Hawes (Gournia) and Richard B. Seager (Mochlos), the cemeteries underwent cleaning. Sphoungaras. There are two cemeteries at Gournia. The smaller one is located to the north of the Bronze Age town and consisted of four house tombs and a number of rock shelters.

The larger, but more modest, cemetery is located on the north end of Sphougaras hill which lies to the east of the town. This is one of the largest and most significant of the surviving Early Minoan cemeteries in Crete.

Excavators have uncovered more constructed tombs here than at any other cemetery of any period. During the original excavations inRichard Seager. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete (pp.

i-iii+v-vii+ix-xxi+++) Jeffrey S. Soles DOI: /Jeffrey S. Soles, "The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete," Hesperia Supplements (India), vol. 24, p. [A] population unit somewhat larger than a nuclear family used these tombs.

Soles, J. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete. Hesperia Supplement Hesperia Supplement Princeton, New Jersey: American School of Classical : Yannis Hamilakis.

The archaeological site of Gournia sits on the north coast of the Isthmus of Ierapetra in East Crete. Possessing some 50 well-preserved houses, a system of cobbled streets, a central court, a Minoan palace, and cemetery, Gournia gives the visitor the best picture of what a Late Bronze Age ( B.C.) town looked like.

Gournia was a regional production center of bronze tools and weapons. a book on the Prepalatial cemeteries of Mochlos and its neigh-boring site of Gournia. The research we are undertaking now focuses on our first and third goals–-obtaining stratigraphic sequences for the entire Bronze Age at Mochlos and pursuing town plans for both the Prepalatial settlement as well as the.

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Princeton, NJ, Princeton University by: 9. The built tombs of Sissi are as a rule poorly preserved and they yielded surprisingly few grave goods in comparison to, for example, the cemeteries of Mochlos and Archanes.

Moreover, most of the pottery was found outside the tombs, suggestive for ritual practices taking place in the cemetery. Soles, Jeffrey S.,The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete: And the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete, Published by ASCSA, Soles, Jeffrey S.

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