Tuesday, September 7, 2010

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Data on life in Cyprus in the Bronze Age


Key facts and evidence on how to life in Cyprus brought the Bronze Age excavations in a seaside village, identified in Steps Kissonerga in Paphos.
Among other things, as announced by the Cyprus Department of Antiquities, found pottery, which were used as cooking utensils ancient inhabitants of this village. Indeed detected and a wave similar to that used still Cypriots to cook the meat.
On the basis of excavations carried out by a team of University of Manchester, under the direction of Dr Lindy Crewe, it seems that inhabited this region starts at the beginning of the Early Bronze Age 2300 - 1650 BC The objective was to answer basic questions, like how people lived in the Bronze Age in Kissonerga, how long occupied the position and what their relationship with other local communities living on the island.
This is the first settlement of this period excavated in the southwestern part of Cyprus and the only known location of the sea, unlike most settlements of the Early-Middle Bronze Age located in the hinterland.
The earliest phase has been identified so far, characterized by the typical rectangular structures consisting of several rooms, with walls about 80 cm wide and foundations consisting of two rows of stones.
According to the pottery, found that homes should have been abandoned before the end of the Middle Bronze Age. The excavations revealed a large open space.
In the earliest phase has been revealed so far, the region seems to have been used for activities related to cooking. We found a large pile of ash pits in various stages, some of which contained pottery fragments at their base. While most late-phase manufactured from clay a large structure like an oven, probably similar to traditional Cypriot ovens.
Inside the layer of ash found at the base of the building revealed a partial collapse of a large storage vessel, which was placed upright in a pit with a cooking pot at its base. This structure is unique to the Early-Middle Bronze Age in Cyprus. The team of University of Manchester is confident that next season will reveal the earliest stages are kept below the later.


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