Ancient Building in Cyprus
The wealth of excavation in Cyprus conducted across a period of nearly a century and a half has revealed much evidence of ancient building of all functional categories. This picture extends over a vast range of time (ca. 10,000 years) since Cyprus is probably the place where the earliest substantial building known, the Neolithic round house style is better presented than anywhere else in the world. It is the aim of this book to set forth and document the building tradition which hitherto has received no detailed exposition.The book will fill several gaps in the library shelves at one and the same time: architectural history that presents all the archaeological evidence.
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13th century BC ABSP Amathus ancient appears Arch archaeological Archaic architectural ashlar ashlar masonry Ayios Dhimitrios Bamboula baths blocks building in Cyprus built tombs burial capital cemetery Chalcolithic chamber tombs city wall classical complex construction Cypriote building Dikaios Doric early East Enkomi evidence excavated feature floor fortifications Gate Gjerstad Graeco-Roman Greek Gymnasium gypsum Hala Sultan Tekke Hellenistic Idalion Island Kalavassos Karageorghis Khirokitia Kition Kouklia Kourion Kourion Sanctuary Late Bronze Age later Lemba limestone mainland Mesaoria millenium BC monumental mud brick Mycenaean Nabataean Neolithic Nicosia Old Paphos original ornament orthostates overall Palace Palestine period plaster possible pottery Praktika Ptolemaic public buildings RDAC recognised rectangular region remains Roman roofing round house round house building rubble Salamis Sanctuary of Apollo settlement Sotira structure style surviving Syria Tamassos Temple Tenta theatre town tradition urban village Vouni Vrysi