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New Excavations of a Middle Minoan Cemetery in East Crete
American Journal of Archaeology (1993)
  • Donald C. Haggis, Macalester College
  • Margaret S. Mook, University of Minnesota - Twin Cities
  • Jennifer L. Tobin, Bilkent University
  • B.J. Hayden, University of Pennsylvania
The Kalo Khorio Archaeological Rescue Project (KARP) is the excavation of a Middle Minoan (I-II) cemetery in the region of Kalo Khorio-Istron, at the southern edge of the Bay of Mirabella in eastern Crete. Excavation was conducted in September 1991 by members of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, and under the auspices and general directorship of Metaxia Tsipopoulou and Costis Davaras of the Greek Archaeological Service of eastern Crete.
Publication Date
April, 1993
Publisher Statement
Copyright Archaeological Institute of America 1993.
Citation Information
Donald C. Haggis, Margaret S. Mook, Jennifer L. Tobin and B.J. Hayden. "New Excavations of a Middle Minoan Cemetery in East Crete" American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 97 Iss. 2 (1993)
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