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Excavation at Sissi IV

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Jan Driessen

6.2. The Neopalatial Ceramic Sequence at Sissi, Crete: a 2017 Perspective

Charlotte Langohr

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1. Introduction

Evidence for Neopalatial occupation at Sissi comes from different areas of the hill and has been revealed during both the first programme of excavations (2007-2011) and the recent campaigns of the new programme (2015-2016 campaigns). Thus far, the following good contexts have been identified in the Neopalatial settlement and these are considered in more detail below (fig. 6.2.1): 1. The domestic and artisanal quarter on the north upper terrace of the hill (Zone 2); 2. Some earlier levels and peripheral zones within the later, Late Minoan IIIB, complex CDE excavated on the top of the hill; 3. The area of the Neopalatial Court-Centred Building on the south-east summit. Preliminary analysis of some of the ceramic assemblages associated with these contexts allows to propose a first Neopalatial ceramic sequence, from the Middle Minoan IIIA to the Late Minoan IB phases. This is a work in progress and most of the ceramic assemblages considered are still under conservation, ...

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In collaboration with llaria Caloi & Iro Mathioudaki
F. R. S.-FNRS Research Associate-UCLouvain; Ilaria Caloi, Ca’ Foscari University of Venice; Iro Mathioudaki, F. R. S.-FNRS postdoctoral fellow-UCLouvain. We warmly thank the 2015-2016 apothiki team: Pepi Saridaki, Constantina Hadjivasili, Vangelio Frangiadaki, Roxane Dubois, Evgenia Tsafou, Laura Mary, Katerina Savvidou, Benoit Fourneau, and Antonella Coco.

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