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Title: Two three-holed stone anchors from Kommos, Crete: their context, type and origin
Authors: Shaw, Joseph W.
Keywords: Three-holed Stone Anchors
Excavations (Archaeology) - Greece - Kommos (Crete)
Issue Date: 1995
Publisher: Blackwell Publishing Ltd.
Citation: Shaw, Joseph, W. "Two three-holed stone anchors from Kommos, Crete: their context, type and origin". The International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 24(4), 1995: p. 279-291.
Abstract: This article discusses two three-holed stone anchors recently discovered at Kommos, a Minoan and Greek site on the south coast of Crete[1]. The Minoan settlement was inhabited from Middle Minoan I through Late Minoan IIIB, c. 2000 BC to 1250 BC, and is topographically divided into two areas, the town and the civic centre with two monumental ashlar buildings. The earlier, Building T, with a palatial plan and a large central court, was built and also went out of use in LM IA, but many of its walls and spaces were later re-used. During LM IIIA2 Building P was built upon its eastern wing.
Description: 14 p. : ill. - Blackwell Publishing Ltd., does not acknowledge another source in the original text of the article.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1807/3006
ISSN: 1057-2414
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