Kalavasos - Kopetra : 1989-1990
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"The annual patterns of farming and herding in the Vasilikos Valley were again joined by archaeological fieldwork in the summers of 1989 and 1990. Located in the lower valley between the village of Kalavasos and the south Cypriot coast, the broad Kopetra ridge was home to a small and still anonymous settlement in the Late Roman period. The existence of this site at Kopetra was first noted over twelve years ago during valleywide reconnaissance of the Vasilikos area. During previous work, sponsored in part by the Museum of Art and Archaeology, the settlement's location was confirmed and excavations were undertaken at one part of the site. In our third and fourth annual campaigns we expanded the topographic survey of the central habitation zone and continued excavations in different parts of the Kopetra area."--First paragraph.
Originally published in: Muse, 1989-1990, volume 23-24, pages 14-29
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