Dal ‘Vassoio Tripodato’ al Kernos. Un Set di Ceramiche TM IA da Haghia Triada e il suo Contributo alla Conoscenza del Rituale Minoico
D. Puglisi Creta Antica 11 (2010): 45-129.
Περίληψη (στα Αγγλικά)
In 1985, during stratigraphical soundings carried out by V. La Rosa in the north sector of the Haghia Triada settlement, remains of a house destroyed by fire at the beginning of LM IA were brought to light under the floor of room C of the LM III A monumental Edificio Ovest. The best preserved sector of the LM IA house was a small rectangular room named C/2, partially covered by the later structures and 1.65 m in width on its east-west axis in its better preserved southern part. In its southeast corner, 21 vases and 8 stone tools were found around and upon a large high slab (0.30 x 0.25 m) placed on the floor, while the deep destruction layer of the house also yielded four loom weights and fragments of two potter’s wheels.
Since the discovery, some of the vases from room C/2 appeared to be of clear ritual destination on account of their typological features and dimensions. The most obvious ritual tool was the tripod tray HTR 1060, after which the house was named Casa del Vassoio Tripodato.
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