Vari House Excavation 1966
In 1966, the Students of the British Schoot at Athens received the permission from the Organisation for the Administration of Ecclesiastical Property (owners of the land) and the Ministry for Antiquities to conduct field-work. No precise date could be established for the construction and occupation of the house. However, it was suggested, according to the finds, that the site was primarily occupied in Antiquity and re-used in medieval times after a gap of some centuries, even though there was no structural evidence of a succession of occupations. The house was cleaned down to its floor levels, the finds deposited in the Peiraeus Museum, and a comparative study was established with the Dema House due to the similarity of both sites.
Active in 1966.
Vari House Excavation 1966 (Fieldwork)Vari House Excavation 1966 (Excavation)
Jones, Mr J. Ellis
Sackett, Professor L. H.
Graham, Professor Alexander John
Jones, J. E., et al. 1973. An Attic Country House below the Cave of Pan at Vari. BSA 68: 355-452. Direct link