Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory

BOOKS | 2016

1 April 2019

Magoúla-Pavlína. A Middle Bronze Age site in the Soúrpi Plain (Thessaly, Greece)

Edited by Corien Wiersma, Dimitris Agnousiotis, Evangelia Karimali, Wietske Prummel & H. Reinder Reinders

Magoúla-Pavlína. A Middle Bronze Age site in the Soúrpi Plain (Thessaly, Greece)

City: Gronigen

Year: 2016

Publisher: Barkhuis Publishing & University of Gronigen Library

Description: Hardback, 187 p., numerous b/w tables, numerous b/w and colour figures, 22 x 30.5 cm


This volume is devoted to Magoúla Pavlína, a Middle Bronze Age site in the municipality of Almirós (Thessalía, Greece). Immediately after the magoúla was brought under cultivation and ploughed for the first time, in 1996, the site was surveyed and a sample of ceramics, lithics, molluscs and bone material was collected. In this introduction a brief overview is given of the history of research in the area by the Groningen Institute of Archaeology, which started at the Hellenistic town of New Halos and continued with various survey campaigns in its vicinity. This is followed by an outline of the sampling method, research questions and contents of the chapters.


Introduction [7-11]
Reinder Reinders

Inland and coastal sites [13-24]
Reinder Reinders

Bronze Age Ceramics [25-127]
Corien Wiersma

Stone Tools [129-140]
Evangelia Karimali

Mammal and mollusc remains [141-156]
Wietske Prummel

The Middle Bronze Age in the Almirós area [157-187]
Dimitris Agnousiotis & Corien Wiersma

Conclusions [189]
Corien Wiersma


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