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Chapter 31 C: Worked sherds and ceramic discs


Ugarković, Marina
Chapter 31 C: Worked sherds and ceramic discs // The settlement at Dhaskalio: The sanctuary on Keros, and the origins of Aegean ritual practice Volume I / Renfrew, Colin ; Philaniotou, Olga ; Brodie, Neil ; Gavalas, Giorgos ; Boyd, Michael J. (ur.).
Cambridge: University of Cambridge, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2013. str. 652-656


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Naslov
Chapter 31 C: Worked sherds and ceramic discs
(Chapter 31C: Worked sherds and ceramic discs)

Autori
Ugarković, Marina

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
The settlement at Dhaskalio: The sanctuary on Keros, and the origins of Aegean ritual practice Volume I

Urednik/ci
Renfrew, Colin ; Philaniotou, Olga ; Brodie, Neil ; Gavalas, Giorgos ; Boyd, Michael J.

Izdavač
University of Cambridge, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research

Grad
Cambridge

Godina
2013

Raspon stranica
652-656

ISBN
978-1-902937-64-9

Ključne riječi
Aegean Early Bronze Age settlement, Cyclades, Keros and Dhaskaleio, material culture, worked ceramic sherds, ceramic discs

Sažetak
Keros, in modern days a small and uninhabited island, part of the southern Cycladic islands, is today established as a locality of an important ritual centre in the Aegean, active during the Early Bronze Age- in the mid third Millenium BC, apparently the first of such kind whose significance overcame the local meaning. The archaeological investigations conducted under the Cambridge Keros project in the period from 2006- 2008 discovered that an the 90 m offshore islet , Dhaskaleio, was a location of an Early Bronze Age settlement. The excavations of Dhaskaleio settlement produced a number of finds made from recycled potsherds. These were reworked in their present shape that include triangular, rounded, oval and disk-like form, and finished to fit their use.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Arheologija



POVEZANOST RADA


Projekti:
197-1970685-0682 - Antička arheološka topografija Hrvatske (Begović, Vlasta, MZOS ) ( POIROT)

Ustanove:
Institut za arheologiju, Zagreb

Profili:

Avatar Url Marina Ugarković (autor)


Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Ugarković, Marina
Chapter 31 C: Worked sherds and ceramic discs // The settlement at Dhaskalio: The sanctuary on Keros, and the origins of Aegean ritual practice Volume I / Renfrew, Colin ; Philaniotou, Olga ; Brodie, Neil ; Gavalas, Giorgos ; Boyd, Michael J. (ur.).
Cambridge: University of Cambridge, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2013. str. 652-656
Ugarković, M. (2013) Chapter 31 C: Worked sherds and ceramic discs. U: Renfrew, C., Philaniotou, O., Brodie, N., Gavalas, G. & Boyd, M. (ur.) The settlement at Dhaskalio: The sanctuary on Keros, and the origins of Aegean ritual practice Volume I. Cambridge, University of Cambridge, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, str. 652-656.
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