Antiquity Volume: 86 Number: 331 Page: 144–160
The oldest maritime sanctuary? Dating the sanctuary at Keros and the Cycladic Early Bronze Age
Colin Renfrew1, Michael Boyd1 and Christopher Bronk Ramsey2
The sanctuary on the island of Keros takes the form of deposits of broken marble vessels and figurines, probably brought severally for deposition from elsewhere in the Cyclades.
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