KERKYRA - Kanoni - 2006
Kanoni, Figareto and Nausakas Streets (O.T. 608, Hasapianou property). G. Metallinou (Η’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports the discovery of the foundations of stone structures and part of a floor of small stones and tile. A terracotta water channel, originally defined on either side by bricks, lay on stereo.
Finds include a terracotta model base with a stamped palmette, a stamped handle, terracotta figurines, a bronze coin with a depiction of an amphora, and sherds of a Roman relief bowl depicting a battle between armed warriors. While it is difficult to interpret the poorly preserved architectural remains, finds indicate that the site was in use during the Hellenistic and Roman periods.