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Ceros
Κέρος
Ceros (Greece)
Ceros
Ceros
Positura
Positura maritima Aegaeum mare
Geographia physica
Archipelagus Cyclades
Area 15.042 km²
Altitudo maxima 432 m
Geographia politica
Civitas Graecia
Regio Aegaeum Australe
Demi Naxos et Cyclades minores
Demographia
Numerus incolarum 0 (2010)
Spissitudo 0 incolae per km²
Postscripta
Postscripta Insulae Graeciae
Tabula geographica
Situs insulae Ceri in Cycladibus
Situs insulae Ceri in Cycladibus

Insula Graeca Ceros (Graece: Κέρος (f. sg)) est magnitudine secunda parvarum Cycladum orientalium et maxima Cuphonesiorum. Reperta archaeologica et notio Cultura Ceri Syrique insulam Aetate Aenea maximi momenti fuisse demonstrant.

Situs[recensere | fontem recensere]

Ceros a nonnullis insulis circumdata circiter 10 km a Naxo in austro-orientalem et 11 km ab Amorgo in boreo-occidentem versus sita est. Inter Naxum et Cerum insulae Cuphonesium superius, Cuphonesium inferius et Glaronisium iacent. Schoenusa circiter 6.5 km ab occidente sita est.

Historia[recensere | fontem recensere]

Imagunculae tibia canentis et psaltae (aetas aenea, 2600 a.C.n., ex insula Cero) in Museo Archaeologico Nationali Athenarum asservatae.

Inter 2700 - 2200 a.C.n. in extrema insula occidentali et in parva insula Dascalio (Δασκαλειό), quae hodie circiter 80 m a Cero abest, Aetate Aenea autem, ut putatur, ponte terrena cum Cero coniuncta erat, locus culturae Cycladum medius maximi momenti situs erat. Ex plus quam 1400 Idolis Cycladicis maxima pars ab insula Cero orunda est.

Nomina Ceria (Κερία) insula ad Foedus Delium pertinebat. Medio Aevo insula piratis latibulo fuit. Hodie Ceros habitata non est et a pastoribus pecoribus pascendis usui est.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Cyprian Broodbank: An Island Archaeology of the Early Cyclades. Cambridge University Press, 2002, ISBN 0-521-52844-5, 9780521528443, in interrete: [1] (Anglice)
  • Mariya Ivanova: Befestigte Siedlungen auf dem Balkan, in der Ägäis und in Westanatolien, ca. 5000-2000 v. Chr.. Waxmann Verlag, 2008, ISBN 3-8309-1937-9, 9783830919377, in interrete: [2] (Theodisce)
  • Evi Margaritis: Foodstuffs, fruit tree cultivation and occupation patterns at Dhaskalio. In: Colin Renfrew, Olga Philaniotou, Neil Brodie, Giorgos Gavalas, Michael J. Boyd (Ed.): The settlement at Dhaskalio (The sanctuary on Keros and the origins of Aegean ritual practice: the excavations of 2006–2008. Volume I). Cantabrigiae, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2013. ISBN 978-1-902937-64-9, cap. 17
  • Colin Renfrew, Christos Doumas, Lila Marangou, Giorgos Gavelas: Dhaskalio Kavos, Keros: The Investigations of 1987–88. In: N.J. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, C. Renfrew (Ed.): Horizon – a colloquium on the prehistory of the Cyclades. Cantabrigiae, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2008, ISBN 978-1-902937-36-6, p. 107–113
  • Panayiota Sotorakopoulou: Dhaskalio Kavos, Keros: The pottery from the Investigations of the 1960s. In: N.J. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, C. Renfrew (Ed.): Horizon – a colloquium on the prehistory of the Cyclades. Cantabrigiae, McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research, 2008, ISBN 978-1-902937-36-6, p. 115–120
  • Colin Renfrew et al.: Keros – Dhaskelion and Kavos, Early Cycladic Stronghold and Ritual Center. Preliminary Report of the 2006 and 2007 Excavation Seasons. In: Annual of the British School at Athens, Vol. 102 (2007), p. 103–136 (= pars prima)
  • Colin Renfrew et al.: The Early Cycladic Settlement at Dhaskalio, Keros – Preliminary Report of the 2008 Excavation Season. In: Annual of the British School at Athens, Vol. 104 (2009), p. 27–47 (= pars secunda)

Nexus externi[recensere | fontem recensere]