Tumulus-burial in Albania, The Grave Circles of Mycenae, and The Indo-Europeans

  title={Tumulus-burial in Albania, The Grave Circles of Mycenae, and The Indo-Europeans},
  author={Nicholas Geoffrey Lempri{\`e}re Hammond},
  journal={The Annual of the British School at Athens},
  pages={77 - 105}
  • N. Hammond
  • Published 1 November 1967
  • History
  • The Annual of the British School at Athens
In my recent book Epirus, published in June 1967, I have dealt with the finds from the tumuli of North Epirus at Vajzë, Vodhinë, Bodrishtë, and Kakavi which were excavated in 1954 and 1955 and reported in Albanian in the Buletin per Shkencat Shoquërore (referred to hereafter as BUSS) 1956, 1. 180 ff.; 1957, 2. 76 ff.; and 1959, 2. 190 ff. It was in 1963 that I first heard of this journal and late in 1964 that I obtained an offprint of the Vajzë report through the kindness of the excavator… 
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