H 290 x W 205 mm
287 figures, 8 tables, 3 maps (163 plates in colour)
Published Oct 2017
The Mycenaean chamber-tomb cemetery at Agios Vasileios in Achaea, was first investigated in the late 1920s, followed by small-scale research in 1961. In the years 1989–2001 further rescue excavations revealed 30 chamber tombs, some looted. Based mostly on the latest research, this study is the first major presentation of the cemetery and its finds.
Preface; Chapter A.1. The Topography of the Chalandritsa – Katarraktis Region; Chapter A.2. Remarks Regarding the Topography of the Chalandritsa – Katarraktis Region; Chapter A.3. Remarks Regarding the Mycenaean Sites of Western and Eastern Achaea; Chapter A.4. The Mycenaean Settlement at Stavros and the Cemetery at Agios Vasileios, Chalandritsa; Chapter A.5. Chalandritsa in Medieval and Modern Times; Chapter B. Catalogue of Tombs and Finds; Chapter C. The 1989 Excavation; Chapter D.1. The 1991 Excavation; Chapter D.2. The 1993 Excavation; Chapter D.3. The 1994 Excavation; Chapter D.4. The 1995 Excavation; Chapter D.5. The 1999-2000 Excavation; Chapter E. The 2001 Excavation; Chapter F. The Small Finds of Stone and Shell (Vivian Staikou); Chapter G. A Bioarchaeological Approach to the Human Remains and Burial Practices (Olivia A. Jones); Chapter H. Discussion on Pottery and Finds; Chapter I. Discussion on the Topography and the Tombs of the Cemetery; Epilogue; Bibliography