PHRIXA - 2005
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Phrixa (property of Ch. Papakyritsi). X. Arapogianni (Ζ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports the discovery of two stone-built cist tombs, oriented east-west, in parallel, which probably belonged to an extensive Late Classical or Early Hellenistic cemetery.
Tomb 1 (1.9 x 0.55m), found almost intact (with its cover-slab in situ) contained two supine inhumations, with a lamp placed between the thigh-bones of one.
Tomb 2 (1.94 x 0.55m), which had been badly disturbed by a mechanical digger, contained the bones of two burials heaped at the west edge of the grave, with a lamp among them. A later, supine inhumation was also accompanied by a lamp.
ADelt 60 (2005) Chr. B1 309-310
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