Ithaca Excavation 1930-1934: Season 1932
Excavation: Research excavation
Heurtley resumed work at Aetos, concentrating on the area south of the Hellenic sanctuary. Along the southern foot of the terrace-wall discovered in 1931, Heurtley cleared a stratified deposit of Geometric and proto-Corinthian vases and objects, evidently temple offerings (to be published by Mr. C. M. Robertson), while Miss Lorimer, working north of the same wall, found that the proto-Geometric pottery was associated with rather confused groups of stones, which she has tentatively identified as cremation-cairns. Miss Grey (Mrs. G. A. D. Tait) made a sketch-map of the site and its surroundings, extending from the summit of Aetos to the coast at Pisaeto.
Active from 1932 to Sep 1932.
Heurtley, Mr Walter Abel
Benton, Dr Sylvia
Lorimer, Miss Hilda Lockhart
Heurtley, Walter A. 1934. Excavations in Ithaca, II. BSA 35: 1-44. Direct link
Heurtley, Walter A. 1939. Excavations in Ithaca, 1930-35. BSA 40: 1-13. Direct link
Heurtley, Walter A. & Robertson, Charles M. 1948. Excavations in Ithaca, V: The Geometric and Later Finds from Aetos. BSA 43: 1-124. Direct link