Roman pottery from an intensive survey of antikythera, Greece.
Annual of the British School at Athens
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Recent intensive survey over the entire extent of the small island of Antikythera has recovered an episodic sequence of human activity spanning some 7,000 years, including a Roman pottery assemblage that documents a range of important patterns with respect to land use, demography and on-island consumption. This paper addresses the typological and functional aspects of this assemblage in detail, and also discusses Roman period Antikythera's range of off-island contacts and affiliations.
|Title:||Roman pottery from an intensive survey of antikythera, Greece|
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|Additional information:||Copyright © The Council, British School at Athens 2011. This paper has been accepted for publication and appears in a revised form, subsequent to editorial input by Cambridge University Press, in the Annual of the British School at Athens, vol. 106 (2011) pp. 47 – 98 published by Cambridge University Press.|
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