NEO PHALERON-Piraeus Avenue - 2007
Neo Phalero, Piraeus Avenue 50 (Paraschou propetry) A. Syroyanni (ΚΣΤ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on the discovery of a Hellenistic to 2nd c. A.D. cemetery (Fig 1) north of the North Long Wall. In total 49 tile graves, 41 pit graves and 3 pyres were excavated. Some of these belonged to children of all ages and metics. Most graves contained only unguentaria. One of the few graves with additional burial offerings, grave 48 (Fig 2), contained an unguentarium, 4 intact vessels, and two inscriptions in secondary use.