2 edition of Excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos found in the catalog.
Excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos
John Davies Evans
Bibliography: p. 147-150.
|Statement||by J. D. Evans and Colin Renfrew.|
|Series||British School of Archaeology at Athens. Supplementary volume no. 5, Supplementary volume (British School at Athens) ;, no. 5.|
|Contributions||Renfrew, Colin, 1937- joint author., British School at Athens.|
|LC Classifications||GN776.G8 E9|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 227 p., 64 plates (5 fold.)|
|Number of Pages||227|
|LC Control Number||68140862|
Excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos. (The British School of Archaeology at Athens, Supplementary Volume, 5) by J. D. Evans, Colin Renfrew . Evans, J.D., and C. Renfrew Excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos. British School at Athens Supplementary Volume 5. British School at Athens Supplementary Volume 5. London: Thames and by: 5.
Paros has been inhabited since BC according to the excavations that took place on the islet of Saliagos, located between Paros and Antiparos. According to mythology, the Cretan Alkaios, was the first king of Paros and built a city on the site of the present capital of Parikia. Professor John Evans, who died on July 4 a served as director of the Institute of Archaeology (now part of University College London) from to and won renown for his research into.
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Saliagos (Greek: Σάλιαγκος) is an islet in the Greek island group of is the first early farming site and one of the oldest settlements of the Cycladic culture. Saliagos is only to 70 meters in size and is situated between Antiparos (ancient Oliaros) and Paros, along with several other uninhabited the past and up to the Byzantine times, Saliagos was a Adjacent bodies of water: South Aegean.
Excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos / by J. Evans and Colin Renfrew. Author. Evans, J. (John Davies), Other Authors. Book; Illustrated English State Library of NSW. Open to the public: R N/2 Book; Illustrated English. Antiparos (Greek: Αντίπαρος; Ancient Greek: Ὠλίαρος, romanized: Oliaros; Latin: Oliarus; Turkish: Andiberre) is a small island in the southern Aegean, at the heart of the Cyclades, which is less than one nautical mile ( km) from Paros, the port to which it is connected with a local ferry.
Saliagos island is the most ancient settlement in the Cyclades, and Despotiko, an Administrative region: South Aegean. Excavations at Saliagos:near Antiparos by Evans, J. ;Renfrew, Colin and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at There are many smaller islands near Antiparos, the most famous being Despotiko, with ancient graves, settlements and the old church of Panagia.
It is the site of the ancient Prepesinthos and as history has it was raided by French pirates that looted it in Close by you will find the island of Saliagos, which is known for its Neolithic.
Saliagos. To the north of Antiparos, just a little outside the harbour, lies Saliagos, an islet of inestimable historical value and natural known to history-lovers the world over owing to the archaeological findings made there, this islet was home to the oldest known settlement in the Cyclades, some 5, years ago approximately.
According to archaeologists, humankind. On an uninhabited island called Saliagos near Antiparos, a Neolithic settlement from BC was discovered. Some of these important findings are at display in the archaeological museum of Parikia.
Another uninhabited island called Despotiko also features interesting finds. excavations at saliagos near antiparos by. evans and. colin renfrew. the british. school. of archaeology. at athens. thames and hudson printed at the by printer. great. britain oxford. university vivian to the. press, ridler.
university contents list of figures list of plates vu ix. introduction i. the ii. the site and its 5/5(1). In Saliagos, now an uninhabited rocky island, a Neolithic settlement dating back to BC was excavated, with important findings that are now exhibited in the museum of Parikia.
In Despotiko, now an uninhabited rocky island, opposite the area of Agios Georgios, excavations are being carried out which reveals the historical importance of the. Antiparos is a tiny island with quiet beaches and calm evenings.
Swimming in nice beaches and soaking the summer sun are pretty much the main things to do in Antiparos. If you like kitesurfing, you just want to ride the waves in Pounda beach, between Antiparos and Paros, a world famous spot for kitesurf lovers.
Welcome to Antiparos island Antiparos harbor Greece. The beautiful island of Antiparos also known as Oliaros island is a small inhabited island in the southern Aegean, at the heart of the Cyclades, which is less than one nautical mile from Paros, the port to which it is connected with a local os island is the most ancient settlement in the Cyclades, and Despotiko, an.
The first excavations were those made by the traveller Theodore Bent inwho opened up some 40 graves in two cemeteries. In Christos Tsountas excavated in Despotiko, revealing Cycladic cemeteries.
From a Neolithic settlement was excavated on the island of Saliagos by Colin Renfrew and J D Evans for the British School at Athens. The excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos, conducted in and (Evans & Renfrew ) revealed a settlement on a promontory running north from the isthmus which at that time joined Antiparos to Paros.
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Unavailable for too long, this new edition reprints the original text of Renfrew's groundbreaking study, supplemented with a new introduction by the author and a foreword by John Cherry, in order to make this landmark publication available once again to the scholarly community.
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Final Neolithic pottery of the Attica-Kephala culture type is missing, but since the type of white-painted ware from Saliagos (near Antiparos) has a longer continuity of production (especially in the central and eastern Aegean), Soterakopoulou argues that Akrotiri was settled continuously, beginning in a later Late Neolithic phase.
Antiparos is a whitewashed ensemble bathed in bold brushstrokes, in the clear blue Aegean Sea. It is an historic place of international interest. Monuments and symbols speak to us of the figures that lived on the island, creators of the unique Cycladic Civilization, creators of our history.Excavations at Saliagos Near Antiparos British School of Archaeology at Athens.
$ + $ Shipping. It was one of the seven churches addressed in the Book of Revelation. Excavations Engraving with a view of the site of Smyrna Agora a few years after the first explorations (). Seller Rating: % positive.I was familiar with John’s excavations on the tiny Greek Cycladic islet of Saliagos, co-directed with Colin Renfrew in and published in as Excavations at Saliagos Near Antiparos.
[Figs above] I talked a local boatman into taking me to the tiny offshore islet about 20 years ago to see the over-grown ruins, so seeing colour.