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Achilleion: A Neolithic Settlement in Thessaly, Greece, 6400-5600 BC

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A rich picture of village life in the 7th and 6th millennia BC, as seen through the excavations of an important site in Greece. Especially noteworthy is the extensive corpus ofmaterials relating to domestic cult practice (figurines and vessels). Also included are specialist studies of faunal and floral remains, lithics, and radiocarbon dates.
Hardcover, 382 pages
Published December 1st 1989 by Cotsen Institute of Archaeology (first published June 1989)
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Marija (Alseikaite) Gimbutas (Lithuanian: Marija Gimbutienė), was a Lithuanian-American archeologist known for her research into the Neolithic and Bronze Age cultures of "Old Europe", a term she introduced. Her works published between 1946 and 1971 introduced new views by combining traditional spadework with linguistics and mythological interpretation, but earned a mixed reception by other profess ...more
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