FRAGMA KALAMA - 2005
Antiquity - Classical - Hellenistic
Numismatics - Cemetery - Find Type - Site Type
Type of Operation
Excavation - Rescue excavation
Fragma Kalama. G. Riginos (Η’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports the discovery beneath the modern national road from Igoumenitsa to Sagiada of a Π-shaped funerary enclosure of the Late Classical/Early Hellenistic period. The enclosure contained three parallel cist tombs, two of which (ΤΦ1 and 2) contained only a few fragments of bone while the third (ΤΦ3) contained many offerings (including 12 vases, a bead, silver coin, a bronze cymbal and gilded bronze nuggets) and the remains of at least three previous inhumations displaced to the west side of the tomb.
ADelt 60 (2005) Chr. p. 581
Date of creation