Ayia Irini II-III, Kea: The phasing and relative chronology of the Early Bronze Age II settlement
David E. Wilson Hesperia 82:3 (July-September 2013), 385-434
This article revisits the Ayia Irini II–III pottery sequence to consider further the phasing and relative chronology of the Early Bronze Age (EBA) II settlement. A synopsis of the four main building phases of EBA II Ayia Irini provides a diachronic context for examining possible evidence of ceramic development within Periods II and III. A comparison of Ayia Irini II–III with the relative chronologies of settlement sequences in the Cyclades and the south-central Greek mainland clearly situates the site in the developed and late phases of the EBA II west Aegean and the period of the corridor houses on the mainland.