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Early Helladic decorated ceramic hearths

@inproceedings{Galligan2013EarlyHD,
  title={Early Helladic decorated ceramic hearths},
  author={E. Galligan},
  year={2013}
}
ERIN E. GALLIGAN: Early Helladic Decorated Ceramic Hearths (Under the direction of Dr. Donald C. Haggis) Early Helladic (EH) II ceramic hearths are often one criterion for identifying central place sites in the EH II landscape, which are otherwise characterized by some combination of monumental architecture, fortification walls, and evidence of incipient administrative systems. Often decorated with incised, impressed, or roller-impressed geometric designs, these hearths are a component of an… Expand

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