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  • The work carried out on the site of Malia are the subject of preliminary reports and articles that appear in the Bulletin de correspondance hellénique.

    Full publications appear in the Etudes crétoises [Cretan Studies] series.

    For a more detailed discussion of the site, you are referred to the following books and article, which all contain a detailed bibliography.

    • O. Pelon (in collaboration with E. Andersen and M. Schmid), Guide de Malia. Le palais et la nécropole de Chrysolakkos, Sites et Monuments IX, Athens-Paris 1992.
    • J.-C. Poursat (in collaboration with M. Schmid), Guide de Malia au temps des premiers palais. Le quartier Mu. Sites et Monuments VIII, Athens-Paris 1992.
    • J.-C. Poursat, 'La ville minoenne de Malia: recherches et publications récentes', Revue archéologique 1988, pp. 61-82.

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    Thasos - Acropole ; Athénaion (sanctuaire d'Athéna), GTh 65 - R1765-011

    Sujet : vase Matériau : argile Technique : tourné, Categorie : figure noire, Fragment : panse, Origine : Attique,
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    KIFISSIA, Kifissias Avenue-6058
    Kifissia, Kifissias Avenue 313 (O.T. 167, Sector III, property of P. Chalari). Maria Stefanopoulou (B' ????) reports on the discovery of a Hellenistic and Roman house, and a Byzantine workshop (Fig. 1). Part of a building consisting of rubble walls and a courtyard was excavated and dated in the Late Hellenistic period. Contemporary to the building is a rock-cut drain. In Roman times, the building was extended, since more walls were constructed. These are rubble walls with tiles. Contemporary to this phase is a cairn found east of the building and a pi-shaped drain. In the Late Byzantine period the building appears to have been converted into a workshop, since two kilns were excavated - one inside the building (Fig. 2) and the second outside. The kilns contained Late Byzantine pottery sherd
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