Magoúla Pavlína: A Middle Bronze Age site in the Soúrpi Plain (Thessaly, Greece)
Magóula Pavlína is located in the Soúrpi plain in Thessalía. The site was inhabited during the Early and Middle Bronze Age. A survey at the site was carried out in 1996 after the field was ploughed for the first time. The recovery of tableware – including many fragments of Grey Minyan – grinding and pounding tools, saddle querns and animal remains show that Magoúla Pavlína was not a temporary site for special activities, but a permanent settlement. Even though these artefacts and the animal remains are from a non-stratified context, this publication of the material is of importance, as relatively little is known of this period in Thessalía, especially compared to southern Greece.
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Inland and coastal sites
Bronze Age Ceramics
Mammal and mollusc remains
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Almirós assemblage band base body bones bowl Measurements break brown carinated catalogued cattle ceramics chalky inclusions closed Coarse ware colour comparable dark darkgrey decoration Early Bronze Age EBA-MBA encrusted everted example excavation fabric is coarse fabric is fine feels flaring flat fragments graves Greece Grey Minyan grooves Halos hill horizontal handle identified incised inclusions are visible indicates inside Inventory number Late later light located Magoúla Pavlína Maran material Middle Bronze Age Middle Helladic painted pale Parallel/Date pedestal Pefkákia Magoúla Perhaps period phase pierced pink placed plate pores pottery probably reddish yellow 5YR6/6 Reinders remains represented ribs rounded seems seen settlement shape shows sides slightly Soúrpi Plain square stone strap handle surface is worn survey thickened tiny traces of burnishing valves various vessel ware