Archaeological geophysics and surface survey of the plain around the 13th century BCE fortress of Glas, Boiotia, central mainland Greece, detailing the Mycenaean hydraulic, drainage, and land-improvement works, and looking for traces of ancient agricultural field systems.
Note: The caption for Figure 13 has been revised (Dec. 2012) to indicate both LH IIIA2 and LH IIIC wares represented.Note: Upon further analysis, the band of silty soil mentioned on p. 21 is now thought to represent an area of land more often above water than the surrounding territory, after the reflooding of the Mycenaean polder (August 2011).AROURA
Article in Akoue, newsletter of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, no. 66, Spring 2012.AROURA
Article in Akoue, newsletter of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, no. 64, Spring 2011.