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Explorations in the island of Mochlos

Richard B. Seager

Explorations in the island of Mochlos

by Richard B. Seager

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Published by American School of Classical Studiesat Athens in Boston .
Written in English


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At head of title page: American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

Statementby Richard B. Seager.
ContributionsAmerican School of Classical Studies at Athens.
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Open LibraryOL18759707M

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Explorations in the island of Mochlos by Richard B. Seager Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book is a report of the excavations at Mochlos, off the coast of Crete, which I conducted in the spring and summer of The expense of the work was borne jointly by friends of the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, which obtained the concession from the Cretan authorities, and by myself.

Explorations in the island of Mochlos. Boston, New York, American School of Classical Studies at Athens, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Richard B Seager; American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

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2 EXPLORATIONS IN MOCHLOS such objects, but it is probable that they were really the spoil of the many Minoan towns and palaces which had fallen at the hands of the invaders. The Minoan civilization was finally destroyed about B.C. by rude tribes who entered Greece from the north and, sweeping down into the Peloponnesus.

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The town of Mochlos was originally attached to the modern day island and provided the inhabitants with two harbours - one facing East and the other West.

Traces of these can be seen underwater. Excavation of the Artisans Quarter (now on the mainland) has revealed finds dating from about BCE whereas finds from the cemetaries go back Archeology Mochlos was first excavated by Richard Seager in at the western end of the island, where a prepalatial cemetery was found.

At that time, tombs, pithos burials and pit graves were uncovered, as well as two large tombs at the western tip of the island. In the s, Jeffrey Soles documented the tombs and cemetery uncovered by Seager. During your stay at Mochlos Mare Apartments, visit the archaeological site of Mochlos, the American archeologist R.B.

Seager discovered the archaeological site of Mohlos inafter following the instructions of a local fisherman. : Excavations on the Island of Mochlos, Crete, in (Analecta Gorgiana) (): Richard Seager: Books. The tiny island is said to have hosted overinfected souls living out their final days and hours there—so many that there are whispers that 50 percent of the soil consists of human remains.

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