ATHENS - KOUKAKI - 2007
Athens, Koukaki, 83 Beikou St. Ai. Karkani and Ch. Charami (Γ’ ΕΠΚΑ) report on the discovery of Submycenaean to early Geometric burials (Fig 1).
Burial I: Shaft grave containing 2 shells, a jug, an oinochoe and an amphoriskos.
Burial II (Fig 2): Cist grave containing three Little Master cups, an iron pin, a miniature oinochoe and a red bead.
Burial III: Cist grave containing a Little Master cup and a miniature oinochoe.
Burials IV and VI: Shaft graves with no votive offerings
Burial V: Shaft grave containing a trefoil-lipped oinochoe, a kylix, a miniature oinochoe, 2 amphoriskoi and few organic remains (bones, part of the cranium).
Burial VII: Large pit containing two inurned cremations. The first cremation had been placed in an amphora with a skyphos as a lid. The second had been placed in a pointed amphora.
In addition to the graves, two circular pits were excavated. One of these contained a cooking pot.