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Euboean Exports to al Mina, Cyprus, and Crete: A Reassessment
The Annual of the British School at Athens
Vol. 78 (1983), pp. 281-290
Published by: British School at Athens
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/30102808
Page Count: 12
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The control groups used in the earlier analysis (BSA 75 (1980) 151-61) have been enlarged. The range of suspected imports was extended with samples from Cyprus and Crete. It is concluded, as a result, that the majority of exports did originate in Euboea, though it is not possible to distinguish between kilns at Lefkandi, Chalkis, and Eretria. No conclusions were possible in the case of six sherds from Knossos. The results demonstrate early Euboean maritime enterprise.
The Annual of the British School at Athens © 1983 British School at Athens