Document Type

Article

Publication Version

Published Version

Publication Date

2007

Journal or Book Title

Hesperia

Volume

76

Issue

2

First Page

243

Last Page

321

Abstract

his article constitutes the first of two reports on fieldwork conducted at Azoria in eastern Crete during the 2003 and 2004 excavation seasons. The focus of excavation was on the South Acropolis, where buildings of Archaic date (7th-early 5th century b.c.) suggesting public or civic functions have come to light. The complex includes a possible andreion on the west slope, a cult building on the terrace south of the peak, and storerooms and kitchens associated with a monumental public building on the southwest terrace. A 3rd-century b.c. dump on the southeast slope provides important information about the limited reoccupation of the site in the Hellenistic period.

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This article is from Hesperia 76 (2007): 243–321. Posted with permission.

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The American School of Classical Studies at Athens

Language

en

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