KENCHREAI - 2010
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American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Kenchreai, Koutsongila. J. Rife (ASCSA) reports on the study of ceramics from the disturbed chamber tomb 22 on Koutsongila ridge, first investigated in 2004 and 2005. Numerous lamps and vessels were investigated, including cinerary urns, Corinthian lamps, and an assortment of cups and pitchers. Most date to the primary phase of burial during the Early-Middle Roman periods (first-third centuries AD), but a few finds, especially coarseware with incised decoration, date to a secondary phase of temporary occupation during the Middle Byzantine period (10th-12th centuries AD).
Unpublished field report, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
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