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Ati tcov Iulius Eurykles, whose of Gaius family owned in this area. descendants estates E. Zavvou 2,423) (Praktika Z'Synedriou (Asopos). lies between and Rom sherds at this site, which reports Hel door (likely Part of a grey marble and mod. Asopos. Goula from a tomb), sculpted to imitate a wooden door, was found on a neighbouring Part plot and handed over to Sparta Museum. Tsoukalas of a similar door, in sandstone, of in the Demarcheion is stored Asopos. Xyli E. Zavvou (Pounta). (Praktika and Rom sherds, especially reports Hel as well as EH sherds and obsidian.

On the hill of Anemomylos Skalas (the siteof theByz churchofAg. Giorgios) sherdsand tiledate fromthePH-Hel periods. These includeEH bowls, a Myc kylix,Cl andHel bg, and partof a grindingstone. Further N fromFilisi, on theE bank of the Evrotas, part of a water was channel turning E. course. Geraki cut located into the rock: its course could be to the river, before running S, parallel its constructed In later periods, mills were along for ca. followed (anc. 100m Geronthrai). Institute/Amsterdam) (Netherlands to the final which was dedicated and J.

Room T which neighbours roomT was also fullof stonesand bricksbaked hardby thefire,as well as large sections of wall-painting which had fallen upright, probably from the upper floor. In the SW corner, a pithos in situ lay inmixed Myc and Hel fill: in theN part therewas a floor and part of a carbonized was I of the 1951 excavation stone-paved small room In the area N traced of room E, to their full course light walls and shown wooden beam. The cleared. completely founded on bedrock were to have been erected and destroyedduring theHel period.

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