Evans, Arthur J.
The Palace of Minos: a comparative account of the successive stages of the early Cretan civilization as illustred by the discoveries at Knossos (Band 1): The Neolithic and Early and Middle Minoan Ages — London, 1921

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THE PALACE OF MINOS, ETC.

Dis-
covery in
same
Deposit
of Ala-
bastron
Lid of
Hyksos
King,
Khyan.

Lustral Basin. On the upper level, about six metres West of its border on
that side, a stratum containing- a mass of carbonized wood and other remains,
identical with those within the basin, was found to extend beneath the foun-
dations of a rubble wall of a later chamber, and under an earth deposit about

Fig. 303. Section showing Stratum

beneath later

containing alabastron lld of khyan
Wall and Floor.

a foot thick that underlay its clay and plaster floor (see Section, Fig. 303).
The chamber itself showed the lower part of a painted stucco dado with
horizontal blue and yellow bands, attached to the West face of its rubble
wall. In the stratum referred to, immediately beneath the wall foundation,
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