Northern Greece and Bulgaria

The three sites of Northern GreeceDikili Tash, Philippi, and Thasos—cover a very long period from the 6th millenium BC until the proto-Byzantine period. These sites are studied in collaboration with Greek institutions: the Archaeological Service (Philippi and Thasos) and the Archaeological Society at Athens (Dikili Tash). 


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Salamis, Ypsilantos Street. Triadafyllia Kattoula (ΚΣΤ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on discoveries made during the construction of the city’s new sewer network.

At this site two Geometric period burials were found, spaced 1.80m apart. Grave 1 was 2.24 x 0.70m, with a skeleton in supine position oriented with head to E. Grave goods included an iron spear tip, a trefoil oinochoe, and two painted skyphoi. Grave 2 was 2.20...

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