Knossos: The South House (British School at Athens Studies v.34)
By: etc. (author), Penelope Mountjoy (author)Hardback
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The South House at Knossos was excavated by Arthur Evans in 1908, with supplementary investigations in 1924, but never properly published. Located immediately south of the Palace, the house was built as part of the great restoration programme in MM IIIB/LM 1A. Its fine Minoan Hall, Lustral Basin and Pillar Crypt are matched by many important finds. Drawing on evidence from the Daybooks of Duncan Mackenzie and extant finds, especially the large corpus of Late Minoan pottery, P. A. Mountjoy and others provide a detailed account of the excavation and an analysis of the building's history.
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