Livari Skiadi, A Minoan Cemetery in southeast Crete. Volume I: Excavation and Finds

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Livari Skiadi, A Minoan Cemetery in southeast Crete. Volume I: Excavation and Finds
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Yiannis Papadatos
Chrysa Sofianou
INSTAP Academic Press
Minoan Crete, Prepalatial Crete, Mortuary Practices, Tholos Tomb, Early Minoan
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This is the first of a two-volume final report on the excavation of the Minoan cemetery and associated finds at Livari Skiadi, near Goudouras, at the southeastern end of Crete. The cemetery was unearthed during a rescue excavation performed by the 24th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities of the Hellenic Ministry of Culture, under the direction of Chrysa Sofianou, who was at that time responsible for the antiquities of the Siteia prefecture, and with the participation of Yiannis Papadatos, together with a small group of archaeology students from the Department of History and Archaeology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. The excavation lasted three consecutive summers, from 2008 until 2010, and it revealed a tholos tomb and burial rock shelter used in the Prepalatial period, a house tomb dated to the Neopalatial period, and deposits of funerary material in open areas surrounding these tombs.
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