Feasting at Nestor's Palace at Pylos

  • Deanna L. Wesolowski
  • Published 2013

Abstract

Early in the excavation of Nestor's palace at Pylos it was apparent that the palace was a place of large-scale communal feasting. Both Homer's literary account of Nestor ' sf east sf rom the Odyssey and the overwhelming number of kylikes in the pantry rooms provided obvious evidence of this. It has only been later, after the decipherment of Linear B and… (More)

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@inproceedings{Wesolowski2013FeastingAN, title={Feasting at Nestor's Palace at Pylos}, author={Deanna L. Wesolowski}, year={2013} }