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Excavations at Sissi III

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Jan Driessen
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Charlotte Langohr
, 
Quentin Letesson
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et al.

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Fig. 1.1.

Kefali Settlement at Sissi: Topographical Plan (P. Hacigüzeller)

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Fig. 1.2.

Kefali Settlement at Sissi: Aerial View (C. Gaston) (north at top)

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Fig. 1.3.

East-Cretan EM III/MM IA bowl 11-5-3809-OB004 with white on dark decoration against wall FE 118 and sherds from fill inside Building CD (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

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Fig. 1.4.

Plastered ashlar angle block (J. Driessen)

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Fig. 1.5.

Clay fragment with incised signs from the destruction level to the west of Building CD (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

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Fig. 1.6.

Sissi, Kefali: Stone-lined path connecting the different areas of the excavation (J. Driessen)

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Fig. 2.1.

A: Sissi: Preliminary state plan of the cemetery in 2011 (A. Chalkidi) (north at top). B: Sissi: Aerial view of the cemetery in 2011 (C. Gaston) (north at top)

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Fig. 2.2.

Space 1.17: South Part of rectangular alcove with curved wall (I. Crevecoeur)

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Fig. 2.3.

Space 1.17: Multiple burial beneath pithos with two superimposed individuals (I. Crevecoeur)

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Fig. 2.4.

Space 1.29 with three pithos burials (I. Crevecoeur)

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Fig. 2.5.

Space 1.29, stone supporting pithos 3 on top of individual 2 of ‘pithos’ 4 (I. Crevecoeur)

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Fig. 2.6.

Pithos in 1.18 over which is redeposited material (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.7.

Pithos burial 1.18 (I. Crevecoeur)

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Fig. 2.8.

Pithos burial 1.18 (I. Crevecoeur)

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Fig. 2.9.

Pithos burial with child in 1.18 South (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.10.

Pithos burial 1.18 South (from south) (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.11.

EM III/MM IA wall and burial level in the northern part of 1.2 (from north) (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.12.

EM III/MM IA deposit to the south of 1.2: triton shell, cup and teapot (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.13.

Room 1.16 with space 1.30 to south and small triangular space 1.15 to east (from south) (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.14.

Space 1.30, to the south of 1.16 with vessels in situ (from east) (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.15.

Pottery deposit in space 1.30, to the south of 1.16 (I. Schoep)

40

Fig. 2.16.

Detail of the pottery deposit in space 1.30, to the south of 1.16 (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.17.

Space 1.30, bowl with bovine appliques (left), in situ (right) (I. Schoep)

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Fig. 2.18.

Compartment 9.1, south-east corner with pottery on earliest floor (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.19.

Schematic rendering of the burials in Compartment 9.2 (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.20.

Compartment 9.2, individual 7 in larnax (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.21.

Compartment 9.2, cup with adult humerus (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.22.

Compartment 9.2, individual 2 (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.23.

Compartment 9.2, individual 5 (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.24.

Compartment 9.2, individual 8 with hyper-contracted legs (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.25.

A. Compartment 9.2, individual 8, detail of skull and earring (A. Schmitt). B. Compartment 9.2, earring (Chr. Papanikolopoulos). C. Compartment 9.2, gold ‘drawing pin’ (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

47

Fig. 2.26.

Compartment 9.2, bead associated with individual 8 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

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Fig. 2.27.

Compartment 9.2, aerial view (L. Manousogiannaki)

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Fig. 2.28.

Compartment 9.2, individual 1 (A. Schmitt)

49

Fig. 2.29.

Compartment 9.4, from north (A. Schmitt)

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Fig. 2.30.

Compartment 9.4, sealstone (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

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Fig. 3.1.

Zone 2: Architectural plan of Buildings BA and BC (P. Hacıgüzeller)

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Fig. 3.2.

Objects from spaces 2.6 and 2.7 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

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Fig. 3.3.

Objects from spaces 2.8 and 2.9 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

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Fig. 3.4.

Objects from space 2.12 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

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Fig. 3.5.

a) Buried vat in space 2.12; b) Cutaway drawing of Vat in space 2.12 (F. Carpentier)

57

Fig. 3.6.

Objects from space 2.13 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

58

Fig. 3.7.

Objects from the area between Buildings BA and BC (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

59

Fig. 3.8.

Overlays on an aerial photo for Buildings BA (red), BC (yellow) and a hypothetical building west of it (blue) (F. Carpentier, aerial photo by C. Gaston)

60

Fig. 4.1.

Aerial view of Building CD and surroundings (C. Gaston)

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Fig. 4.2.

Preliminary stone by stone plan of Building CD with features indicated (Q. Letesson, F. Gaignerot, P. Hacigüzeller)

65

Fig. 4.3.

Schematic plan of Building CD with blockings and thresholds (Q. Letesson)

66

Fig. 4.4.

Building CD (major LM III phase) (Q. Letesson)

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Fig. 4.5.

Building CD (Postpalatial phases and sectors) (Q. Letesson)

68

Fig. 4.6.

Aerial Photograph of Zone 3 (Ch. Gaston)

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Fig. 4.7.

Northern part of Room 3.4 (1: kalathoi 11-03-0570-OB003 and 6; 2: triton shell: 11-03-0570-OB004; 3: ammouda block; 4: pithos 11-03-0570-OB005; 5: pithos 11-03-0570-OB008) (F. Gaignerot-Driessen)

70

Fig. 4.8.

Pit in Room 3.4 (1: stone vase 11-03-0573-OB001; 2: conical cup 11-03-0570-OB009) (L. Manousogiannaki)

71

Fig. 4.9.

Southern Part of Room 3.4 (F. Gaignerot-Driessen)

71

Fig. 4.10.

Floor deposit in Room 3.6 (1: fallen parastade; 2: inverted saddle quern 11-03-0561-OB005; 3: fragments of pithos 11-03-0557-OB002 and pumice lumps; 4: lekane 11-03-0557-OB001; 5: toolkit; 6: location of bronze knife 11-03-0565-OB001 (F. Gaignerot-Driessen)

72

Fig. 4.11.

Bronze knife 11-03-0565-OB001 from Wall C 16 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

73

Fig. 4.12.

Spindle whorl 11-03-0587-OB003 from Room 3.6 (base and profile) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

73

Fig. 4.13.

Close-up on the spool assemblage in Room 3.6 (L. Manousogiannaki)

74

Fig. 4.14.

Spools from Room 3.6 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

74

Fig. 4.15.

Close up on column base C 39 and lekane 11-03-0608-OB001 in Room 3.11 (F. Gaignerot-Driessen)

75

Fig. 4.16.

Destruction Layer in Room 3.5 (L. Manousogiannaki)

76

Fig. 4.17.

Seal 11-03-0603-OB001 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

77

Fig. 4.18.

Pendant 11-03-0570-OB001 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

77

Fig. 4.19.

MM II carinated cup in the foundation deposit between C1 and D11 (Q. Letesson)

81

Fig. 4.20.

a-b: Tumble in the southwest corner of room 4.7 and floor deposit (see arrows–Q. Letesson)

82

Fig. 4.21.

Romm 4.7: a-b: Platform (?) along wall D63 (Q. Letesson)

83

Fig. 4.22.

Room 4.7: Deposit in the corner between walls D49 and D63 (Q. Letesson)

83

Fig. 4.23.

Northern part of room 4.7 with hypothetical floor surface (white arrows) and fill area (Q. Letesson)

84

Fig. 4.24.

Room 4.7: Hearth D75 and surroundings (Q. Letesson)

84

Fig. 4.25.

Entrance between walls D17 and D27, southeast corner of room 4.7 (Q. Letesson)

85

Fig. 4.26.

a-b: Northeast and southeast corners of room 4.8 (Q. Letesson)

85

Fig. 4.27.

Pit in the southwest corner of room 4.11 (M. Pietrovito)

86

Fig. 4.28.

Doorway with robbed out threshold (?) between room 4.11 and 4.17 (Q. Letesson)

86

Fig. 4.29.

Space 4.12 under excavation and fragments of a drain 11-04-3628-OB001 (Q. Letesson)

87

Fig. 4.30.

a. Lentoid seal 11-04-3636-OB001. b. Stone object 11-04-3636-OB002 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

88

Fig. 4.31.

Room 4.13 under excavation (Q. Letesson)

88

Fig. 4.32.

a-d: Destruction deposit in room 4.15–excavation steps (Q. Letesson)

89

Fig. 4.33.

a-b: Cooking area in room 4.15 (a-b) and associated pit (b) (Q. Letesson)

90

Fig. 4.34.

a-b: Pit in the northwest corner of room 4.15 (Q. Letesson)

91

Fig. 4.35.

Room 15: a-b: Hut model (11-04-1789-OB003) (a) and Miniature vessel set (11-04-1794-OB001, 11-04-1761-OB002 and 11-04-1766-OB001) (b) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos/G. McGuire)

92

Fig. 4.36.

a-b: Pit in the northwest corner of room 4.15 (remains of limpets and sea-urchins) (Q. Letesson)

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Fig. 4.37.

Nest of Lithic tools along D69 (Q. Letesson)

94

Fig. 4.38.

Room 4.16 at the end of its excavation (Q. Letesson)

94

Fig. 4.39.

Room 4.17 under excavation (Q. Letesson)

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Fig. 4.40.

a-b: Red-painted wall plaster fragments in the southeast corner of room 4.17 (Q. Letesson)

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Fig. 4.41.

Niche 3.7 (Q. Letesson)

97

Fig. 4.42.

a-b: Western part of space 4.18 under excavation (Q. Letesson)

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Fig. 4.43.

Eastern part of space 4.18 under excavation and potential kernos (Q. Letesson)

99

Fig. 4.44.

a-b: Test in space 4.19–excavation in progress (Q. Letesson)

100

Fig. 4.45.

Destruction deposit in space 4.19–west part (a) and east part (b) (Q. Letesson)

101

Fig. 4.46.

a-b: Stone ‘pillars’ in the southwest corner of space 4.19 (Q. Letesson)

102

Fig. 4.47.

Corridor 4.21–east part with deposit (a) and west part (b) (Q. Letesson)

103

Fig. 4.48.

Deposit in east part of corridor 4.21 (L. Manousogiannaki)

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Fig. 4.49.

Space 4.21: Wall D17 and earlier wall D78 (a) and wall D77 (b) (Q. Letesson)

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Fig. 4.50.

Ammouda block with concave face (grinding stone) (Q. Letesson)

106

Fig. 4.51.

Aerial view of the street 8.1 & 4.20 (C. Gaston)

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Fig. 4.52.

Excavation in process in area 4.20–destruction and street levels (Q. Letesson)

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Fig. 4.53.

Area 4.20 – south (a) and north (b) parts (Q. Letesson)

108

Fig. 4.54.

Test along D71 – general view (a) and section (b) (Q. Letesson)

109

Fig. 4.55.

Area 8.4–2010 campaign – before (a) and after (b) excavation (L. Manousogiannaki/Q. Letesson)

110

Fig. 4.56.

Half of ammouda horns of consecration (11-04-3674-OB003) (a) and conical cup (11-04-3639-OB001) in situ (b) (Q. Letesson)

111

Fig. 4.57.

Destruction level before (a) and during (b) excavation (Q. Letesson)

112

Fig. 4.58.

Seal 11-04-1759-OB005 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

113

Fig. 4.59.

Seal 11-04-1770-OB001 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

114

Fig. 4.60.

Seal 11-04-3636-OB002 (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

115

Fig. 5.1.

The open area between Buildings E and CD with 2011 tests indicated (A. Chalkidi, V. Gouliopoulou and M. Nasi)

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Fig. 5.2.

Aerial view of the open area between Buildings E and CD, towards south-west (C. Gaston)

118

Fig. 5.3.

Pebble floor in the western part of space 5.10 and western wall FE100 (M. Devolder)

119

Fig. 5.4.

MM II ceramic deposit in the north-east corner of space 5.10 (M. Devolder)

119

Fig. 5.5.

Pit FE087. Note the sandstone jamb in the middle right (arrow) of the photograph (M. Devolder)

120

Fig. 5.6.

Western part of the open area, with early structures against the western terrace wall, indicated by arrow (C. Gaston)

121

Fig. 5.7.

Aerial view of the north-central area of Zone 5 (C. Gaston)

122

Fig. 5.8.

Plan of early walls associated with red floor level and at the bottom of pit FE087 in the northern part of Zone 5 (A. Chalkidi, V. Gouliopoulou and M. Nasi)

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Fig. 5.9.

EM III-MM I deposit on red earth floor against wall FE118 (M. Devolder)

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Fig. 5.10.

Neopalatial foundation trench of façade wall D52 into early red floor (M. Devolder)

124

Fig. 5.11.

MM II material in the north-east corner of space 5.16 (M. Devolder)

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Fig. 5.12.

Northern part of space 5.16 after excavation (L. Manousogiannaki)

126

Fig. 5.13.

Cups 11-05-1977-OB002 to OB004 fallen on plastered floor of space 5.18. Note the plaster coating fallen from wall E22 upside-down on the floor (M. Devolder)

127

Fig. 5.14.

Plastered space 5.18 (L. Manousogiannaki)

128

Fig. 5.15.

Space 5.19, during excavation (M. Devolder)

129

Fig. 5.16.

MM II vases beneath wall E26 (left) and western terrace wall (top) in space 5.19 (M. Devolder)

129

Fig. 5.17.

Terrace wall built on MM destruction layer and plaster floor in space 5.19, from west (M. Devolder)

130

Fig. 5.18.

Area west of the western terrace wall with beehive in upper right (M. Devolder)

130

Fig. 5.19.

EM IIB/III-MM I fill in bedrock south of pit FE087, during excavation (M. Devolder)

131

Fig. 5.20.

View of the zone excavated east of space 5.8 and 5.9, down to bedrock (L. Manousogiannaki).

132

Fig. 5.21.

Bird-shaped stone pendant (11-05-3833-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

132

Fig. 6.1.

Stone by stone plan of Zone 6 (Building F) with main features indicated (P. Hacıgüzeller, based on site plans by S. Jusseret, N. Kress & M. Pietrovito)

136

Fig. 6.2.

Spaces 6.2, 6.9.1, 6.9.2, 6.14 and 6.15: aerial view (C. Gaston) with main features and position of the Neopalatial deposit indicated

137

Fig. 6.3.

Space 6.9: Neopalatial (MM IIIB/LM IA) pottery deposit against Wall F30 (S. Jusseret)

138

Fig. 6.4.

Space 6.9: decorated globular rhyton (11-06-2149-OB025) from Neopalatial (MM IIIB/LM IA) deposit (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

138

Fig. 6.5.

Spaces 6.5, 6.10 and 6.16: aerial view (C. Gaston) with main features indicated

139

Fig. 6.6.

Space 6.5: superimposed floor levels (+ 16.77 m, + 16.74 m) with fragmentary conical cup (11-06-2175-OB001) sitting on the higher floor (S. Jusseret)

139

Fig. 6.7.

Space 6.6: aerial view (C. Gaston) with main features and tumble indicated

140

Fig. 6.8.

Space 6.7: aerial view (C. Gaston) with main features indicated. Trials represented by hatched areas

141

Fig. 6.9.

Space 6.7: mug rhyton with whorl shell decoration (11-06-4036-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

142

Fig. 6.10.

Space 6.8 S: a) aerial view (C. Gaston) with main features indicated; b) fallen block (location on a)) resting on clay layer above the pebble court (S. Jusseret)

143

Fig. 6.11.

Space 6.8 SE: stone slab with depressions (kernos) F19 resting on the pebble court. The level of the court corresponds to the base of Wall F21 (S. Jusseret)

144

Fig. 6.12.

Space 6.8 E: patch of tarazza (F65) against euthynteria F21 (S. Jusseret)

144

Fig. 6.13.

Space 6.8 E: vase fragment with bull’s head applique (11-06-2137-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

145

Fig. 6.14.

Spaces 6.8 NE and 6.13: aerial view (C. Gaston), with main features and excavated pebble court (orange) indicated. S= slabs of sideropetra

146

Fig. 6.15.

Spaces 6.8 N and 6.17: aerial view (C. Gaston) with main features indicated

147

Fig. 6.16.

Spaces 6.8 N: ashlar wall F59. Arrow indicates fallen ashlar block (S. Jusseret)

147

Fig. 6.17.

Spaces 6.8 N: terracotta figurine fragments. a) 11-06-4092-OB007 (hollow leg); b) 11-06-4061-OB001 (hollow horse head?); c) 11-06-4083-OB001 (solid body of a horse) (J. Driessen)

148

Fig. 6.18.

Space 6.8 N: bench F51 with pebble court in the foreground (M. Devolder)

148

Fig. 6.19.

Space 6.12: a) View from the east with main features indicated; b) oriented fracture sets (white lines) and pop-ups (uplifted) structures (white arrows) visible on the pavement (S. Jusseret)

150

Fig. 6.20.

Zone 3, area 4.20 (southern end) (Q. Letesson): a) view from the east; b) view from the east with oriented fracture sets indicated (black lines). Note the orientation of the fractures similar to that observed in Space 6.12 (fig. 6.19b)

150

Fig. 6.21.

Space 6.12: U-shaped drains in situ (a: 11-06-4086-OB002; b: 11-06-4086-OB001) (S. Jusseret)

151

Fig. 6.22.

Spaces 6.4.1-6.4.2: steatite button with concentric design (11-06-2184-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

152

Fig. 6.23.

Space 6.5: blocking wall covered by doorway leading to Spaces 6.4.1 and 6.4.2 (S. Jusseret)

152

Fig. 6.24.

Zone 6 (Building F): aerial view from the north (C. Gaston) with conjectural Neopalatial features indicated. Orange: court (dark orange: excavated sectors); white: façade walls; grey: paved north court (dark grey: preserved pavement); red: stone bases; blue: kernos and bench

153

Fig. 6.25.

Zone 6 (Building F): a) megalithic wall on the south slope of the Kephali hill. Red line= 10 cm; b) general view from the north, with top of the Selena mountains indicated (arrow) (S. Jusseret)

154

Fig. 7.1.

Open area between Buildings CD and E, Neopalatial fills against the western terrace wall. Several joining pieces of a finely decorated LM IA vessel, curve-stemmed ivy pattern (11-05-1959) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

156

Fig. 7.2.

Building CD, room 3.5. LM IIIB three-handled straight-sided alabastron (11-03-0589-OB005) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

157

Fig. 7.3.

Malia, Quartier Nu, room X7. LM IIIB straight-sided spouted alabastron (91.1507.002) (courtesy A. Farnoux & J. Driessen)

158

Fig. 7.4.

Building CD, room 4.15. Small LM IIIB globular decorated stirrup jar (11-04-1789-OB009) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

159

Fig. 7.5.

Three LM IIIB small globular decorated stirrup jars. A. Building CD, room 4.11. (09-04-1609-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos). B. Building CD, Room 4.15 (11-04-1789-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos). C. Malia, Quartier Nu, east of X18 (93.0532.003) (J. Driessen; Ph. Collet)

161

Fig. 7.6.

Building CD, room 4.15. LM IIIB monochrome deep bowl (11-04-1779-OB003) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

162

Fig. 7.7.

Building F, test opened between Spaces 6.6. and 6.7. LM IIIB mug rhyton (11-06-4036-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

163

Fig. 7.8.

Building F, Space 6.4.2. fine decorated LM IIIB ovoid-biconical stirrup jar (10-06-2084-OB001) (a. Chr. Papanikolopoulos; b. H. Joris)

165

Tab. 8.1.

Distribution of the conical cup fabrics between the three ceramic phases under study (Fl. Liard)

176

Fig. 8.1.

Fabric IA, sample 3. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

178

Fig. 8.2.

Fabric IB, sample 8, XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

178

Fig. 8.3.

Fabric IIA, sample 33. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

179

Fig. 8.4.

Fabric IIB, sample 21. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

179

Fig. 8.5.

Fabric III, sample 37. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

180

Fig. 8.6.

Fabric IV, sample 43. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

180

Fig. 8.7.

Fabric V, sample 28. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

181

Fig. 8.8.

Fabric VI, sample 7. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

181

Fig. 8.9.

Fabric VII, sample 26. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

182

Fig. 8.10.

Fabric VIII, sample 35, XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

182

Fig. 8.11.

Fabric IX, sample 14. XPL, field of view 7 mm (Fl. Liard)

183

Tab. 9.1.

Origin of the shell assemblages from Buildings CD and E

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Tab. 9.2.

List of species found in Buildings CD and E in alphabetical order (bivalves= 1-16, gastropods= 17-42), including quantities (NISP, MNI, NF, NI), mean wear (MW, 1: low, 2: moderate, 3: high) and common English names. The habitat column indicates where species lives; the first character refers to substrate (R: rocky, S: sandy, A: both) and the second to depth of water (S: shallow, D: deep, A: both)

188

Fig. 9.1.

Commonly encountered species in the shell assemblages from Buildings CD and E (Photographs: R. Veropoulidou, Image editing: N. Valasiadis); numbers refer to Table 9.2

188

Tab. 9.3.

Height statistics (cm) of the three species of limpets

189

Fig. 9.2.

Bar chart of the distribution of different in height (cm) limpets in Buildings CD and E

190

Fig. 9.3.

Plan of Building CD with numbered spaces

192

Tab. 9.4.

List of species found in Buildings CD and E in alphabetical order (bivalves= 1-16, gastropods= 17-42), including quantities (NISP, MNI, NF, NI), weight (W in gr.) and mean wear (MW, 1: low, 2: moderate, 3: high)

194

Fig. 9.4.

Plan of Building E with numbered spaces

196

Tab. 10.1.

The frequency of the recorded ground stone artefacts in Zones 2-6

202

Fig. 10.1.

(A) Rectangular whetstone (GS173/08-03-0463-OB001) found in Room 3.3 and (B) detail showing the linear, multidirectional striations visible on the use-face of the whetstone (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

203

Fig. 10.2.

Stone ring with biconical perforation (GS79/10-06-2050-OB002) from Space 6.1 (B. Chan)

205

Fig. 10.3.

Grinder/pounding tool (GS 82/10-06-2059-OB002) from Space 6.1: A) plan view of the tool where red arrows indicate the ridges of the ovate area created as a result of use against a flat surface. B) detail of the regular pecking used to roughen the surface of the tool (B. Chan)

206

Fig. 10.4.

Raw material use for ground stone technology at Bronze Age Sissi (n= 170, excluding indeterminate cases)

207

Fig. 10.5.

Pumice objects from Zone 3: a. abrader (GS146/11-03-0554-OB002). b. pitted/cupped object (GS147/11-03-0554-OB001) (Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

208

Fig. 10.6.

a. Grinding tool (GS4/10-05-1929-OB008) with hand grip (comfort feature) on margin. b. Detail of margin that has been modified by percussion flaking (C. Tsoraki/B. Chan)

209

Fig. 10.7.

Igneous pestle from Zone 3, Room 3.6 (GS152/11-03-0559-OB001) (Photo: Chr. Papanikolopoulos)

210

Fig. 10.8.

Large-sized quern set in the wall/stone platform in Room 3.2 with the concave use-face facing upwards (C. Tsoraki)

211

Tab. 10.2.

The distribution of the recorded ground stone objects within building BC

212

Fig. 10.9.

Double Gourna (C27) with two circular concavities located in Room 3.8 (C. Tsoraki)

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Fig. 10.10.

Objects found in Bin (C31) located in the south-west corner of Room 3.1 (B. Chan)

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Fig. 10.11.

Shallow mortar found in Room 3.1 in relation to a semi-circular structure (C30) (after repositioning) (C. Tsoraki)

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Fig. 10.12.

a. Large quern found on the edge of Pit FE087 lying on its side. b. Detail showing flaking (hinge fractures) along the margin of the quern (C. Tsoraki)

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