AGIOS KONSTANTINOS - 2005
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Agios Konstantinos (property of A. Mavroeidis & Company [formerly property of P. Psevtoudi]). G. Alexopoulou (ΣΤ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports the discovery of part of a Classical house comprising two walls at right-angles and a destruction layer containing Laconian-type rooftiles, iron nails, and a little pottery (including fine black glaze), also pyramidal loomweights. Part of a pebble floor lay in the corner, beneath the destruction layer. A later internal wall changed the room division.
In the north of the plot was a strong terrace wall (2m wide, preserved to a length of 8.4m), plus a second (0.5m wide) which ran parallel to the western part of it.
ADelt 60 (2005) Chr. B1, 366-367
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