Atkinson, Thomas [Mitarb.]
Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos — London, 1904

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CONTENTS. . ix

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B.— The Minor Antiquities of Clav. .

§ 1.—Human Figures ........................... ^02

§ 2.—Animal Figures ........................... 203

§ 3.— Boats and other Models ..................... 206

§ 4.—Lamps and other Domestic Utensils .»............. 209

§ 5.—Spindle-whorls and Small Objeots ............... 213

Explanation qfihe Plates ........................ 214

Chapter VIII.—The Obsidian Trade. By R. C. Bosanquet.

§ 1.—The Quarries.........................•• •■• 216

§ 2.—The Obsidian Workshop of the First City ............ 218

§ 3.—Uses of Obsidian : the Knife and Bazor ............ 221

§ 4.—Uses of Obsidian : the Arrowhead ............... 222

§ 5.—Uses of Obsidian : the Threshing-sledge and Wickle ...... 223

§ 6.—The Finlay Collection and its Sources............... 224

§ 7.—The Copcnhagen Collection..................... 227

§ 8.—The Range and Duration of the Obsidian Trade......... 227

Chapter IX.—Notes on the Tombs. By C. C. Edgar ............ 234

Chaptek X.—The Successive Settlements at Phylakopi in their Aegeo-
Cretan Relations. By D. Mackenzie

§ 1.—Introductory.............................. 238

§ 2.—The Earliest Beginnings of Settlement at Phylakopi ...... 239

§ 3.—The First City ........................... 243

§ 4—The Second City ........................... 254

§ 5.—The Third City ........... ............... 263

Index

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