Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2011

Journal or Book Title

Hesperia

Volume

80

Issue

3

First Page

431

Last Page

489

Abstract

This article reports on the excavation of Archaic houses (6th–early 5th century b.c.) in 2005 and 2006 at Azoria in eastern Crete. Five houses are discussed: four on the South Acropolis on the periphery of the civic center, and one on the North Acropolis. Well-preserved floor deposits provide evidence for room functions and permit a preliminary analysis of domestic space. The houses fill a lacuna in the published record of the 6th and early 5th centuries b.c. and contribute to our understanding of the form of Archaic houses in the Aegean and the integration of domestic space into an urban context.

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This article is from Hesperia 80 (2011): 431–489. Posted with permission.

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The American School of Classical Studies at Athens

Language

en

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