Mikre Vigla Survey 1985-1986
The goal of the Mikre Vigla survey was to further refine our understanding of the character, chronology and external relations of the site. The finds (in particular the pottery and the terracotta figurines) helped to achieve this and fill a substantial gap in our knowledge of prehistoric Naxos. Large numbers of prehistoric pottery also helped to date the structures that were identified. Preliminary analysis suggested that the site was occupied from Early Cycladic I or II, well into Late Cycladic III. Mainland, Cretan and probably other island imports have been identified. There was also some later pottery (Classical, Roman, Byzantine/Turkish).
Active from 1985 to 1986.
Mikre Vigla Survey 1985-1986 (Fieldwork)Mikre Vigla Survey 1985-1986: Season 1985 (Survey)
Mikre Vigla Survey 1985-1986: Season 1986 (Survey)
Barber, Professor Robin L.N.