ARGOS - 2001
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Argos, Parodos Gounari (O.T. 91, property of S. Rekoumi). A. Banaka-Dimaki (Δ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports the discovery of a stone-built Hellenistic water channel. In the northeast of the plot was a kiln, with most of the chamber preserved. This was originally rectangular, but underwent modifications during the Roman period when it was extended to the east, in the direction of the stoking tunnel, and then the eschara was remodelled (the original two support columns by the east wall having been destroyed). Other architectural remains cannot be associated securely in any plan. Finds consist mostly of coarse domestic pottery, amphorae, and some kiln wasters. A workshop was probably located nearby, accessed via the paved road previously excavated on Gounari Street.
ADelt 56-59 (2001-2004) B4, 12.
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