PDF Figurine Makers of Prehistoric Cyprus: Settlement and Cemeteries at Souskiou â Edgar Peltenburg
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Common Ancestors Excavations At The Laona Settlement ancestors Excavations at the Laona settlement furnished evidence suggesting that it functioned as a specialised center for the procurement
#and manufacture of picrolite during its early phase The subseuent decline of picrolite production and the earliest known occurrence of new #manufacture of picrolite during its early phase The subseuent decline of picrolite production and the earliest known occurrence of new of ornaments such as faience beads and copper spiral pendants attest to important changes involving
the transformation oftransformation of and social identities during the first centuries of the 3rd millennium BC a topic that forms a central theme of this final report on the si. The Chalcolithic period in Cyprus has been known since Porphyrios Dikaios' excavations at Erimi in the 1930s and through the appearance in the antiuities market of illicitly acuired anthropomorphic cruciform figures often manufactured from picrolite a soft blue green stone The excavations of the settlement and cemetery at Souskiou Laona reported on in this volume paint a very different picture of ife on the island
during the ate 4th and early 3rd millennia BC Burial practices at other known sitesthe ate 4th and early 3rd millennia BC Burial practices at other known sites generally single inhumations in intramural pit graves only rarely euipped with artifac.
Free download Æ PDF, DOC, TXT or eBook ä Edgar PeltenburgTs At Souskiou multiple inhumations were interred in deep rock cut tombs clustered in extra mural cemeteries Although the sites were also subjected to extensive ooting excavations have revealed complex multi stage burial practices with arrangements of disarticulated and articulated
burials accompanied by a rich variety of grave goods Chief among these are a multitude of cruciform figurines and pendantsaccompanied by a rich variety of grave goods Chief among these are a multitude of cruciform figurines and pendants unusual treatment of the dead which has not been recorded elsewhere in Cyprus shifts the focus from the individual to the communal and provides evidence for significant changes invol.