Kavousi I

The Archaeological Survey of the Kavousi Region

Serie: Prehistory Monographs 16

"Kavousi I" is the initial volume of the "Kavousi Excavation" Series, which presents the final report of the Kavousi Project, a program of archaeological investigation near the modern village of Kavousi in eastern Crete. Les mer
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"Kavousi I" is the initial volume of the "Kavousi Excavation" Series, which presents the final report of the Kavousi Project, a program of archaeological investigation near the modern village of Kavousi in eastern Crete. Subsequent volumes will publish the results of the 1987-1992 excavations at the Vronda and Kastro sites in the Siteia Mountains overlooking Kavousi and of the cleaning and new study of the excavations of Harriet Boyd in 1900 and 1901. This volume, "Kavousi I: The Archaeological Survey of the Kavousi Region", provides a comprehensive look at the topography of the area, its natural resources, and the way in which the local people interacted with them over time, as shown in the changing pattern of settlement. It sets the stage for the report on the excavations and provides an introduction to the local soils and to the pottery classification used by the excavators.

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Introduction; The Physical Landscape; The Archaeological Survey; The Pottery; The History of Settlement; Gazetteer of Archaeological Sites; Conclusions; Appendix 1. A Pedological Investigation and Soil Survey of the Kavousi Region, (Michael W. Morris, John T. Ammons, Michael E. Timpson, and John E. Foss); Appendix 2. The Kavousi Fabrics: A Typology for Coarse Wares in the Mirabello Area of East Crete, (Margaret S. Mook); Appendix 3. Petrographic Analysis of Some Final Neolithic-Early Minoan II Pottery from Kavousi I Area, (Peter M. Day, Louise Joyner, Evangelia Kiriatzi, and Maria Relaki); Appendix 4. Concordance of Artifacts