KRINI - 2000
Type of Operation
Ministry of Culture and Tourism, Στ' ΕΠΚΑ
Krini, Messatis. M. Petropoulos and G. Alexopoulou (Στ' ΕΠΚΑ) report the following discoveries at locations around Krini.
Psarades (D. Karydi property): an undatable semicircular retaining(?) wall. The site is close to a previously excavated Mycenaean cemetery.
Voudousa: a tile grave (oriented east-west) containing a supine inhumation, head to west, without grave goods. Northwest of the tomb were mixed human bones. The site is 600m northeast of the Mycenaean cemetery noted above.
A. Paraskevopoulou property: Hellenistic foundations plus a few third-century BC sherds.D. Drimala property: Early Hellenistic walls plus second half fourth- to third-century BC sherds (Fig. 1).
Settlement of Monodendri (S. Karabasi property): three stone enclosure walls (plus evidence of an earlier construction phase) and fourth- to third-century BC sherds (Fig. 2).
E. Sgoura property: two burial pithoi with slab covers, oriented north-northeast-south-southwest. Pithos 1 contained a disarticulated skeleton without grave goods. Pithos 2 was empty.
G. Pagoulatou property: mid third- to mid second-century BC and Roman sherds, and a series of roughly worked stones.
ADelt 55 (2000) Chr, 304−05
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