Bronze Age Rural Ecology and Landscape Formation on Cyprus

Falconer, Steven; Fall, Patricia
March 2009
American Schools of Oriental Research Newsletter;Spring2009, Vol. 59 Issue 1, p15
The article reports on the Politiko-Troullia, an excavation of a buried Middle Bronze Age town in the Troodos Mountains in Nicosia, Cyprus. It is stated that a Harris Grant aided for implementing new technology and field methods for the mapping of the Politiko-Troullia architecture and its stratigraphy. The work is to compare Early and Middle Age Bronze Age communities of agrarian life and ecology in Cyprus or in the southern part of Middle East. A photograph of the site is also presented.


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