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  • As is usual when we present our excavation sites, we offer you several levels of approach to the site of Malia. You may choose any one, according to your prior knowledge of the subject, or work your way through them at your leisure.


    Tp precede more specific discussions,


    Two pages of general introduction:

    In more detail

    The chapters below will give you a more exact idea of the chronology of the excavations at Malia, as well as of the research programmes that are currently underway.

    In the bibliography, you will find the reference works necessary for acquiring a deeper knowledge of the site of Malia.



    ARCHIMAGE : The latest pictures

    Archimage is intended to gradually put online the graphic and photographic documents, kept in the Archives service of FSA.

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    33 D. KALLERGI STREET (property A. Tsafara)-6259
    Argos, 33 D. KALLERGI STREET (property A. Tsafara). Christos Piteros (?'????) reports on the discovery of a rectangular structure with evidence for two construction phases (Fig. 1). The earlier phase consisted of sections of wall built using worked limestone, while the latter included two adjoining Poros block walls located along the eastern and southern edge of the structure. The finds included pottery, parts of a clay perirrhanterion and figurines of the 5th to 4th centuries BC (Fig. 2).
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