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Survey Finds

mitrousurveyIn the summers of 1988 and 1989, the Cornell Halai East Lokris Project performed a surface survey of Mitrou. Study of finds from the survey indicates that Mitrou was inhabited throughout the Bronze Age and into the Early Iron Age. On the Greek mainland, the Bronze Age is divided into the Early Helladic (EH), Middle Helladic (MH) and Late Helladic or Mycenaean (LH). The continuing inhabitation of Mitrou in the Early Iron Age is indicated by the presence of Protogeometric pottery (PG) and Subprotogeometric pottery (SubPG) .

To see some representative samples of Mitrou pottery, click on the links below. The excavation seasons envisioned by MAP will allow us to learn a lot more about the settlements and populations that made and used these artifacts.

EH Pottery

EH Pottery

MH Pottery

MH Pottery

MH-LHI Transitional Pottery

MH-LHI Transitional Pottery

LHII Pottery

LHII Pottery

LHIIIA Pottery

LHIIIA Pottery

LHIIIB Pottery

LHIIIB Pottery

LHIIIB-C Pottery

LHIIIB-C Pottery

PG Pottery

PG Pottery

PG-SubPG Pottery

PG-SubPG Pottery

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