Magoúla Pavlína: A Middle Bronze Age site in the Soúrpi Plain (Thessaly, Greece)

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Corien Wiersma
Barkhuis, 18 feb. 2016 - 191 pagina's
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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Introduction
7
Inland and coastal sites
13
Bronze Age Ceramics
25
Stone Tools
129
Mammal and mollusc remains
141
Conclusions
189
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C. W. Wiersma is Lecturer at the Faculty of Arts, University of Groningen, The Netherlands. She specialises in Bronze Age ceramics and house architecture in the Mediterranean.

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