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The Development of a Domestic Architectural Unit Throughout the Early Iron Age: The Northwest Building on the Kastro, East Crete
American Journal of Archaeology
  • Margaret S. Mook, Iowa State University
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Abstract
Publication Version
Published Version
Publication Date
4-1-1995
Abstract
The Northwest Building is unique among the excavated remains on the Kastro at Kavousi, and perhaps in the archaeological record for the Early Iron Age in all of Greece. Here, the development of an insular architectural unit can be traced continuously throughout the duration of the Early Iron Age, that is, from the beginning of Late Minoan IIIC into the Archaic period.
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This is an abstract from American Journal of Archaeology 99 (1995): 335. Posted with permission.

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Archaeological Institute of America
Language
en
Date Available
2015-04-27
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Citation Information
Margaret S. Mook. "The Development of a Domestic Architectural Unit Throughout the Early Iron Age: The Northwest Building on the Kastro, East Crete" American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 99 Iss. 2 (1995) p. 335 - 336
Available at: http://works.bepress.com/margaret_mook/17/