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S. ', K. Fritz to Presented Studies and Schachermeyr (ed. H. Kinzl) Prehistory. History B. de 158-72. ,1971 i (Athens,1973) 290-4. 48. ,4a 1961-62, 25 ff. 49. 68. 50. PM ii 66 ff. 51. ,4,41931,292. £S,4lv (1960) 143 note8. 52. Boardman, 53. BSA ix (1902-03) 106; x (1903-04) 51; xxix(1927-28) 231 note1. DP StratMus, AI&II. PMiiil71note2. 55. , 95-7, whichreferto StratMus,A I 2, and V. 1930T. P. 1 and4. 56. Davaras, Geometric Greece(London,1977) 50. N. Coldstream, note cit. 57. Coldstream, 56, 99.

Zervos, L'art de la Crète (1956) 137 ff. figs 110-4; 226, figs. 290, 292-3). The 2 daggers on cleaning proved to be of silver,not bronze (S. ). Search of the area at the time of the discoveryrevealedno traces of any structure,and no sign of potteryor bones. The position of the find was indicated in 1957 as being near a solitaryfig tree in the middle of a largevineyard. C4 24. ) BUILDING, perhaps a TEMPLE, constructed of well-dressed masonry; exposed some ten years ago at a depth of 2 metres in digginga cellar at the south-westcorner of the Kouroupis building plot about 30 metres west of the main road and 15 metresnorthof the side road.

1971 i (Athens,1973) 290-4. 48. ,4a 1961-62, 25 ff. 49. 68. 50. PM ii 66 ff. 51. ,4,41931,292. £S,4lv (1960) 143 note8. 52. Boardman, 53. BSA ix (1902-03) 106; x (1903-04) 51; xxix(1927-28) 231 note1. DP StratMus, AI&II. PMiiil71note2. 55. , 95-7, whichreferto StratMus,A I 2, and V. 1930T. P. 1 and4. 56. Davaras, Geometric Greece(London,1977) 50. N. Coldstream, note cit. 57. Coldstream, 56, 99. op. BSA lv (1960) 58. For a discussionof thisproblemsee Brock,Fortetsa4 f. Boardman, AR 1978-79, 45, 47.

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