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The Keros Hoard: Remaining Questions

April 2008 (112.2)

The Keros Hoard: Remaining Questions


Sotirakopoulou's Forum Article in this issue of the AJA, like her valuable book The Keros Hoard: Myth or Reality?, takes its importance not so much from its subject matter or from the exemplary thoroughness of its treatment of the material as it does through the significance of the site from which much of that material may derive. The site of Kavos, on the Cycladic island of Keros—along with the small islet of Dhaskalio, which lies 80 m to the west—is gradually emerging as one of the richest and most remarkable of the Aegean Early Bronze Age.


DOI: 10.3764/aja.112.2.295

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