ACHARNAI, Lathea - 2010
Type of Operation
Acharnes, Lathea B’, Esperidon 9 and Trempesinas (O.T. 40 property of M. Zachariadi). Dora Georgousopoulou (B’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on the discovery of four walls forming a rectangular structure, a terracotta drain and three burials (Figs. 1, 2). The first burial was found outside the rectangular structure and the other two inside it. The one outside was a tile grave, which contained a skeleton in supine position. Of those found inside the structure, the first was a secondary inhumation, which contained two skulls and bones (Fig. 3), and the second a cremation in a pointed amphora (Fig. 4). Numerous Roman sherds (black-glazed and undecorated ones) and a bronze hoop were found around the amphora.
ADelt 65 (2010) Chr., 280-282
Date of creation
Fig. 3/ Acharnes, Lathea B’, Esperidon 9 and Trempesinas, one of the graves from inside the structure.