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The rescue excavation project at the Neolithic settlement of Vasilika Kyparissi in central Macedonia, Greece

  • Maria Pappa (a1) and Stratos Nanoglou (a2)

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Settlement in Neolithic South-eastern Europe has traditionally been divided into tell sites and flat sites. The results of rescue excavations at Kyparissi challenge a strict dichotomy.

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