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  • P. Demargne, 'Recherches sur le site de l’Anavlochos', BCH 55 (1931), pp. 365-407.
    A. Farnoux, J. Driessen, 'Recherches sur l’Anavlochos', BCH 115 (1991), pp. 735-741.
    K. Nowicki, Defensible Sites in Crete c. 1200-800 B.C. (LM IIB/IIIC through Early Geometric), Aegaeum 21 (2000), pp. 171-173.
    O. Pilz, M. Krumme, 'Il deposito votivo di Kako Plai sull’Anavlochos: risultati preliminari dello studio dei materiali', in G. Rizza (ed.) Identità culturale, Etnicità, Processi di Trasformazione a Creta fra Dark Age e Arcaismo (2011), pp. 323-332.
    S. A. Wallace, 'Case Studies of Settlement Change in Early Iron Age Crete c. 1200-700 BC: Economic Models of Cause and Effect Reassessed', AeA 4 (2001), pp. 69-75.
    V. Zographaki, 'Νέες έρευνες στον οικισμό του Αναβλόχου Βραχασίου', Επιστημονική Επετηρίς, τόμος Γ (2012), pp. 499-509.
    V. Zographaki, F. Gaignerot-Driessen, M. Devolder, 'Nouvelles recherches sur l’Anavlochos', BCH 136.137.2 (2012-2013) [2015], pp. 513-535.
    Ongoing research is published in the form of preliminary reports and articles in the Bulletin de Correspondance hellénique. Full publications appear in the Etudes crétoises series.

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    Kifissia, Xenias 3 (O.T. 175, property of Z. Katsiani and P. Voutiritsa). P. Zoubelou (B' ????) reports on the discovery of a funerary peribolos and an ancient road (Fig. 1). The peribolos wall had been constructed with stone blocks. A T-shaped projection was excavated next to the wall, and most likely is the base for a funerary monument (Fig. 2). In addition, a marble lekythos was found showing two men and bearing the inscription ?????????? ?????[....] (Fig. 3). Another marble lekythos was found near the first one. The road had a retaining wall on its east side and is dated to the 5th-4th c. B.C. based on sherds found on it. A pit excavated next to the road contained 3 alabastra, and fragments from a red-figure loutrophoros and a red-figure kantharos. The latter date to the 4th c. B.C. A
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