Kephala: a late Neolithic settlement and cemetery (Keos I) by John E. Coleman

By John E. Coleman

This can be the 1st quantity within the ultimate e-book of the collage of Cincinnati's investigations at the island of Keos. It describes the excavation of a small website at the headland of Kephala, approximately one kilometer north of the Bronze Age website of Ayia Irini. continues to be of either a payment and its cemetery have been exposed, strange in excavated Aegean websites previous to the second one millennium B.C. even if doubt is expressed approximately its certain date, the positioning certainly falls into the interval among the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, whilst proof of a hierarchical, extra built society emerges. Occupied for only a century by way of a neighborhood of fewer than a hundred humans, the cost was once most likely deserted round the finish of the fourth millennium B.C. maybe simply because a worsening weather may not help early agriculture at the barren rocks round the web site. The file concludes with expert reviews at the varied sessions of artifact came upon, together with the various earliest facts for copper-working within the Aegean.

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Its fake arrow slit was blocked. On top of this levelling, an outer platform made of pakhsa was constructed. The eroded platform was only preserved to a height of 15-50 cm. The excavation of the edge of the moat revealed the remains of a mudbrick wall, which was probably the base of a fausse braie,built on the outer platform at the same time. Compared to examples from other excavations, the levelling which occurred at MSK7 was unusually large-scale. The size of the new tower, twice as big as the first T7, was surely the main reason behind it.

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