The Asea Valley Survey: An Arcadian Mountain Valley from the Palaeolithic Period Until Modern Times
"This volume presents the finds of the Asea Valley Survey (AVS) carried out 1994-1996 in a mountain valley of Arcadia with the acropolis of Asea, the Paleokastro, as its focal point. During three seasons of archaeological surface survey 18.7 square kilomet"
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Introduction and Methodology
Previous Archaeological Research in the Asea Valley
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5th cent acropolis Agios Elias Agios Georgios Agios Ioannis Agios Nikolaos alluvium Alpheios Arcadia Archaic Archaic-Hellenistic Argolid Asea Paleokastro Asea valley Athenaion bowl brown Catling century BC chert chipped stone coarse cultural layer Date and function Dims Dorizas Early EN-MN eroded excavations fabric Farmstead Find density flake flysch Forsen fragments Frangovrysi Geological data glaze Hellenistic Holmberg inclusions indicate kalderimi Kampos Karytaina Laconia Late Helladic Late Roman located loom-weights Manaris Marmaria material Megalopolis mgP/kg modern Neolithic obsidian Oresthasion Ottoman Paparis Peloponnese period phosphorus Pikoulas Pithos plain possibly pottery Prismatic blade radiolarite ravine red-br red-brown radiolarite reddish retouch ring foot road samples sanctuary settlement Sgraffito shape sherds slopes Soil Q strap handle subareas surface survey Tegea temple terraces tiles tract Tsemberou Uncatalogued items use-wear vessels Vigla village visible wall ware zone