Off-Site Concentrations


Against a broad background of Roman-Byzantine finds, several pockets of earlier material stand out. Concentrations of material indicating pecific activities include a farmstead settlement of the late-Classial and Hellensitic periods represented by large courseware basins amphora toes, and several ring bases, one with stamped acanthus decoration.

Other remarkable surface finds include a fragment of a glass vessel that was among a concentration of miniature vessels suggestive of a rural shrine. Another isolated concentration preserved sherds representing dozens of Late Corinthian imports alongside polychrome kylikes of Boeotian style, most likely from funerary depositions. A few fragments of Athenian black-figure decoration include the fragmentary torso of a warrior with a spear born diagonally across his chest.