A Desert Island Survey in the Gulf of Corinth

Gregory, Timothy E.
May 1986
Archaeology;May86, Vol. 39 Issue 3, p16
Discusses archaeological expeditions and excavations on islands in the Gulf of Corinth in Greece. Traces of medieval pottery noted in Kouveli and Makronisos; Dating of archaeological material on Kouveli to the later years of the Roman Empire and the early years of Byzantium; Importance of the settlements on the island of Diporto; Role of the desert island settlements in the commercial network of the period.


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