Rural Settlement in Hellenistic and Roman Crete: The Akrotiri Península
In this study of rural development under Roman rule Raab argues that pre-existing conditions were of major importance. Through the results of regional survey she looks at settlement patterns, land use, production activities and land tenure, focusing largely on the Akrotiri peninsula.
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Ancient Crete in Regional Survey
The Territory of Kydonia
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1st century A.D. 2nd century 2nd century A.D. 5th century 5th century A.D. activity Akrotiri Akrotiri peninsula Alcock amphorae ancient archaeological Ayiofarango black-gloss BM Map Bowl Byz-V glazed sherds calcareous grits Callaghan cave Chaniotis CL-HL Class 43 Classical coast coastal Cretan Crete Density Dish rim district early historical estates evidence excavated fabric containing farm Garage gloss Gortyna grog harbor Hellenistic period HL-ER identified indicated Kalathas Kavousi Khania Kissamos Knossos Kydonia land Lasithi Late Hellenistic Late Roman LCL-EHL located Locus Loutraki LRC Form Markoulaki material mica Minoa Moody orange fabric pattern peninsula phyllite pink-buff fabric plain plateau Polyrrhenia Post-Roman pottery production quartz ravine regions ridge rim fig ring foot Sackett Sanders settlement sgraffito shape sherds slip slopes Soudha Bay specimens Sphakia Standard Ware surface survey terrace Tersana tile fragments tombs urban Variant villas Visibility walls Western Mesara