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Filling gaps in Aegean deep histories? Evaluating quartz concentrations from Koupharika-Krotiria on Kythera, Greece

  • Timothy E. Gregory (a1), P. Nick Kardulias (a2), Stavros A. Paspalas (a3), Konstantinos P. Trimmis (a4) and Lita Tzortzopoulou-Gregory (a5)...
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Recent archaeological survey on the Greek island of Kythera yielded prehistoric quartz that offers new information on the island's role in early Aegean occupation.

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Antiquity
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