ATHENS - ANO PETRALONA - 2008
Athens, Ano Petralona, 92 Troon St. (property of P. Metroulia-M. Mpalaska). Γ’ ΕΠΚΑ reports on the discoveries of a Late Classical-Early Hellenistic house and a 3rd-2nd c. B.C. burial. The walls of the house were constructed with rubble stones and spolia. Part of the pebble-floor of the andron was found. Sherds from drinking vessels were excavated from this room. A drain constructed with Laconian roof tiles ran along its floor and a well was found below it. The well, however, predates the house and appears to have fallen out of use with the construction of the andron. The burial is a pit grave containing a cranium and unguentaria.