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Among the topics are a small-scale reconstruction of the settlement at Myrtos Phournois Koryphi, interpreting domestic space in neopalatial Crete, archaeological deposit formations processes and the study of the domestic sector of Late Minoan 1B society, when the house becomes a fortress, and the use and manufacture of loomweights at Trypitos in Siteia.
2006) and a 'traditional' low chronology of 1525 BC (Wiener 2009)--there is general consensus that in relative dating terms the Theran eruption occurs at the end of the Late Minoan IA (LM IA) period, and is followed by Late Minoan IB (LM IB).
Finds include Late Cypriot IIC/IIIA Late Minoan IIIB2, and Late Helladic IIIB2 vases, and a stone anchor.
The Late Minoan 'Floral Panel' style of decorated pottery found at Kommos in south Crete hint at an elaborate etiquette for serving wine on special occasions, transferring it from amphorae to jugs and from jugs to cups.
See, for example, Ora Negbi, "The Libyan Landscape from Thera: A Review of Aegean Enterprises Overseas in the Late Minoan IA Period," Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 7 : 73-122, with critical responses by S.
9781931534512 Kavousi IIA, the late Minoan IIIC settlement at Vronda; the buildings on the summit.
Very likely to be connected with its trading role is the series of major structures of the Middle and Late Minoan periods that have been found, which Kommos V publishes, with their contents, in very considerable detail.
A single Late Minoan I/Late Helladic I cup fragment (pl.