Emporeus

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Emporeus (Aegaei borealis physicalis )
Emporeus
Emporeus
Situs in Graecia

Emporeus, litteris Graecis Εμπορειός,[1] est locus oppidi neolithici urbisque aetatis aëneae et ferreae in partibus meridianis insulae Chii sitae, ab archaeologis Britannis praecipue annis 1972-1975 effoditae. Ibidem postea floruit urbs Byzantina.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Linguis Europaeis saepius "Emporio", rarius "Emborio"

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Michael Ballance, John Boardman, Spencer Corbett, Sinclair Hood, Excavations in Chios, 1952–1955: Byzantine Emporio. Londinii: British School at Athens, 1989 (British School at Athens. Supplementary Volumes, 20) JSTOR
  • John Boardman, Excavations in Chios, 1952–1955: Greek Emporio. Londinii: British School at Athens, 1967 (British School at Athens. Supplementary Volumes, 6) JSTOR
  • Sinclair Hood, Excavations in Chios, 1938–1955: prehistoric Emporio and Ayio Gala. 2 voll. Londinii: British School at Athens, 1981. ISBN 0-500-96017-8 (British School at Athens. Supplementary Volumes, 15-16) JSTOR 1 2

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