Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece

This limited series of volumes reports the findings from one of the most important archeological projects of the last half century. Located on the eastern shore of the Gulf of Argos on the Argolis Peninsula, Franchthi is unique in revealing evidence of almost continual habitation for more than 20,000 years, from the late Paleolithic through the Mesolithic to the end of Neolithic times, about 5,000 years ago. The team led by Thomas W. Jacobsen worked in collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania and under the auspices of the Greek Archaeological Service and the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

Thomas W. Jacobsen, editor, with Karen D. Vitelli
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Flexible Stones

Ground Stone Tools from Franchthi Cave, Fascicle 14, Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece

Anna Stroulia

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Franchthi Neolithic Pottery, Volume 2 - vol. 2

The Later Neolithic Ceramic Phases 3 to 5, Fascicle 10

Karen D. Vitelli, With a contribution on the Post-Neolithic Remains by James A. Dengate

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Landscape and People of the Franchthi Region

Fascicle 2, Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece

Tjeerd H. van Andel and Susan B. Sutton, With contributions by Julie M. Hansen and Charles J. Vitaliano

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Les Industries lithiques taillées de Franchthi (Argolide, Grèce) [The Chipped Stone Industries of Franchthi (Argolide, Greece)] - Volume 1

Présentation générale et industries Paléolithiques, Fascicle 3 [General Presentation and Paleolithic Industries]

Catherine Perl├Ęs

Paperback  $125.00