Phurnu Coryphe

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Phurnu Coryphe (Creta physicalis  )
Phurnu Coryphe
Phurnu Coryphe
Situs in insula Creta
"Dea Myrti": vasum iuxta altaria vici Minoi Phurnu Coryphae ab archaeologo Petro Warren repertum (Museum Archaeologicum Sancti Nicolai ΑΕ 7719)

Phurnu Coryphe (Latine scilicet "rupes furni"; litteris Graecis Φούρνου Κορυφή)[1] est fastigium et locus archaeologicus prope oppidum Myrtum demi Hierapytnae in insula Creta. Ibi effossum est oppidum parvum culturae Minoae.

Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Linguis Europaeis aut "Myrtos" aut recentius, causa discretiva, "Fournou Korifi"; alius enim locus, prope Myrtum repertus, effossus est, nomine "Pyrgus Myrti"

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Krzystof Nowicki, "Myrtos Fournou Korifi: before and after"
  • Peter M. Warren, Myrtos: an early Bronze Age settlement in Crete. Londinii: Thames and Hudson, 1972 JSTOR
  • Todd Whitelaw, "House, households and community at Early Minoan Fournou Korifi: methods and models for interpretation" in Building Communities: House, Settlement and Society in the Aegean and Beyond (Londinii, 2007. British School at Athens Studies, vol. 15) pp. 65-76


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