By Mercourios Georgiadis
This quantity relies on fabric from a thorough and systematic box survey of Halasarna (modern Kardamaina), situated on a coastal undeniable within the southern a part of the Dodecanesian island of Kos, and a research of cost styles around the Aegean. It offers a brand new corpus of knowledge at the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age sessions, offers a cloth series in accordance with stylistic research, and develops a diachronic knowing of cost dynamics inside of a much wider local context.
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Extra resources for Kos in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age: The Halasarna Finds and the Aegean Settlement Pattern
TOPOGRAPHY OF NEOLITHIC AND BRONZE AGE SITES Tholos, or ancient Halasarna, is located ca. 6 km south-southeast of Tsangaris on a low gentle hill ca. 200 m north from the present coastline (Map 3, no. 7; Pl. 10B). The hill is roughly triangular in shape, with steep slopes only on its northern side, and it has a flat top. The site has a good view of the sea and the valley to the north and east. In historic times it served as the acropolis of the ancient settlement of Halasarna. The hill, as well as the area south of it leading to the sea, was heavily occupied in historic times until the Early Christian period.
It is accessible via two narrow paths, one from the northwest and one from the east. From the rather flat top there is clear visibility to the sea, the hills to the west and north, and part of the Halasarna plain to the east. 5 ha on the southwestern and southern side of the hill near its edge, a location with views over the narrow fertile plain to the west and south and over the sea. The prehistoric finds from Koukos are more heavily weathered than those found at any other site, suggesting their long exposure to the elements.
Hope Simpson and Lazenby 1970, 55–57, fig. 7:1–5, pls. 19a, 20a; Hope Simpson and Dickinson 1979, 361; Marketou 2004, 18; Georgiadis 2008a, 229, fig. 4. 13 52. Davis 1992, 747. 53. Sampson 1988b, 229; 2001, 37. 54. Skerlou 1993, 553; 1996, 690; Georgiadis 2003, 40; 2008a, 232, fig. 1. 55. Bean and Cook 1957, 121; Hope Simpson 1965, 187–188; Morricone 1972–1973, 388–396; Hope Simpson and Dickinson 1979, 360. 56. Marthari, Marketou, and Jones 1990, 172, 176–178. 57. Kantzia 1984, 330; Sampson 1988b, 229; Marketou 1990a, 40; 1990b, 100–103; 1998, 41; 2004, 25–26; Davis 1992, 747–748; Georgiadis 2008a, 229–232, figs.
Kos in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age: The Halasarna Finds and the Aegean Settlement Pattern by Mercourios Georgiadis