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Telephone:+44 (0)1869 245711 E-mail: trevor.kingíflibhniicroni edia.co.uk CONTENTS BACK

ListofIllustrations Frame by
SITE PHOTOGRAPHS
General Views
1 2 Haliakmon NE. Valleylooking VillageofNeraidainforeground. belowsiteat edgeofRiver Haliakmon. Spring

Phase One
3 4 5 6 7 8 1: PhaseOne,Structure F20/Cfrom Post-holes EBAditch N. and (foreground); and wall stubs traces timber of floor. (right background), 1: PhaseOne,Structure F20/Cfrom EBAditch W: stubs walls of (left); and right); remake (foreground pebblefloor (distance). PhaseOne,Structure FIO/D,F20/Cfrom bedding 3: s: trench E wall (right) for central post-pits centre). (left PhaseOne,Structure FIO/D,F20/Cfrom foundation 3: N: trench E wall (left for central centre), post-pits (right centre) PhaseOne,Structure F20/Afrom Patchofburnt 3: E. timber floor. PhasesOne,Two andThree. F30/A from Remains Phase One wall N. of of to alignment (centre); post-holes probably belonging N wall ofPhaseTwo 2 Structure(left); PhaseThree post-pit (right).

Phases One-Three
9 PhasesOne,Two andThree. F30/A from Remains PhaseOne wall s. of ofpost-holes toN wall ofPhaseTwo alignment (centre); probably belonging 2 Structure(left); PhaseThree postpit(right).

Phase Two
10 11 12 PhaseTwo,Structure F20/Dfrom Stonefootings 2: s. (?). PhaseTwo,Structure F20/Cfrom Circular 2: w. hearth base. 1 PhaseThree: Yardbetween Structuresand3: F20/Cfrom Horseshoe-shaped s. ovenbase. See also 77, 78.

Phases Two-Four
13 14 1 F20/C Structuresand3 ofPhaseThree: Yard PhasesTwo/Three/Four: between and from Sequenceofhearth ovens.See also 77, 78. S. of w. F20/Cfrom Section ovensshowing PhasesThree/Four: pebblebase and 78. remakes. also 77, See

Phase Three
15 roof w. 3: from Post-pits Structure F20/A PhaseThree, major representing supports.

Phase Four
16 17 debris. from Burnt w. 2: PhaseFour:Areaof Structure F20/A building 3: N. PhaseFour:NWof Structure F20/Bfrom Stakesoffence partition.

Phase Seven
18 19 20 21 22 23 24 beamed NE. G20/A from Clay surfaced 2: Phase Seven:Structure F10/D, F20/B, EBAhearth later with floor, (PhaseNine). with beamedfloor, E. 2: Phase Seven:Structure FIO/D,F20/Bfrom Clay surfaced EBAhearth later (PhaseNine). beamedfloor. NW. 2: Phase Seven,Structure F20/Bfrom Clay surfaced removed to 2: Beamedfloor, Phase Seven,Structure F20/B. partly claysurface soil reveal'casts' in soft ofthebeamimpressions. removed to 2: Beamedfloor, Phase Seven,Structure F20/B. partly claysurface soil reveal'casts' in soft ofthebeamimpressions. beam 2: Beamedfloor, Phase Seven,Structure F20/B. showing claysurface impressions. wall. of w. 3. Phase Seven,Structure AreaH from Largepost-holes western

Phase Eight
25 Vcut w. of F20/A from Bottom ditch {centre), southern ditch: PhaseEight, test intosubsoil{left cutin section distance). {distance), pit shaped

Phase Nine
26 PhaseNine,piti: G20/A from s.

Phase Ten
27 28 29 30 PhaseTen,Structure G20/Bfrom P3 in situ. 3: SE. PhaseTen,Structure G20/Bfrom P3 insitu. 3: s. s of Structure F10/Dfrom Pebbledyard{left), PhaseTen,Yardto 3: E. margin 3 2 between andclayfloor Structure{centre), of Phase SevenStructure yard at lowerlevel). beamedfloor (right PhaseTen,Yardto s of Structure F10/Dfrom Pebbledyard 3: w. (right), margin 3 2 between andclayfloor Structure(centre of Phase SevenStructure yard left), at beamedfloor (left lowerlevel).

Phase Eleven
31 32 33 34 35 36 PhaseEleven,Byzantine F20/Cfrom w. pit: PhaseEleven,Byzantine F20/Dfrom Partexcavated w. defined pits: (left), (right). PhaseEleven,Byzantine F20/Dfrom Partexcavated N. pits: (foreground), fully excavated to exposeburial (distance), (centre distance). PhaseEleven,Byzantine andburial: F20/Dfrom Cleanedsection N. pit showing in andburial situ. pitprofile PhaseEleven,Byzantine burial: F20/Dfrom above.Burialpartly iron exposed, left ear. earring (sf61b) by PhaseEleven,Byzantine burial: F20/Dfrom above.

FINDS PHOTOGRAPHS
Stone finds
37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 stone tools:SF684adze,PhaseThree;SF789chisel, Smallpolished u/s;SF792 adze,Phase Seven. stone Smallpolished axe; tools,all u/s:SF999,axe; SFlOOl,adze; SFlOOO, SF1003,adze. Phase Seven;SF287,adze,PhaseEight; stone tools:SF387,chisel, Smallpolished SF624,adze,Phase Seven;SF127,axe,Phase Seven;SF471,adze,Phase Five/Seven. stone tools:sf73axe,Phaseu/s;SF81adze,Phase Smallpolished SF218axe,PhaseU/s. Nine/Ten/Eleven; PhaseEight. to SF769,Stoneaxe split makechisel, PhaseEight. Stoneaxe split makechisel, to SF769, SF237adze,u/s;SF612axe,PhaseEight;SF472 tools: stone Medium polished adze,PhaseOne. tools:SF366adze,PhaseThree;SF391adze,PhaseTwo; stone Medium polished SF700axe,PhaseFour;SF648axe,PhaseFour. tool. U/s: Ground tool; stone, SF991cylindrical SF992adze; SF990cylindrical tools:SF383,PhaseThree;SF412,u/s;SF321,Phase Ground stone, cylindrical Two. SF299shafthole stone tools:SF166adze,PhaseNine/Ten/Eleven; Ground axe, PhaseTen; SF305adze,PhaseEight. SF501burnisher, Phase PhaseEight/Eleven; toolsetc:SF207burnisher, Stone PhaseFour;SF149ornament PhaseFour;SF673polisher, Four;SF715polisher, PhaseThree. blank(?), Phase Seven;SF343burnisher, Waisted weights. vase fragment, Stone SF979,Servia-Varytimides. Malachite SF709,u/s. pendant, Stone:SF627tool(?), PhaseNine;SF943leg (?) ofpolypod vase,Phase SF778 SF109worked PhaseNine/Ten/Eleven; leg (?) of Six/Seven; pyramid, PhaseEight. vase, polypod

Clay finds
53 54 55 56 57 58 59 EN clay figurines: SF360; SF716; SF645. EN clay figurine: SF716. MNclay figurines: SF750, Phase Three; SF216+29, u/S; SF145, Phase Eleven; SF333, Phase Two; SF334, Phase Ten. SF216+SF219. Two partMNclay figurine: SF852, Phase Seven; SF711, Phase SF616, Phase Six/Seven/Eight; Clay figurines: Phase Six/Seven;SF895, Phase Seven. Nine/Ten/Eleven; SF630, Sherddisks: #2109,Phase Four; SF842, Phase U/s;SFllOl, Phase Ten; #3743, Phase Seven; SF311, Phase Two. Sherddisks: #1704,Phase Ten; SF271, Phase Ten; #1000,Phase Ten; SF459, Phase Ten; SF79, Phase Eight; SFllOO, Phase u/s; SF99, Phase Nine; #1223, Phase Ten (?); SF213, Phase Eleven. Clay spindlewhorls,Phase Ten: SF280; SF303; SF336; SFlOO; SF319; SF27. Clay spindlewhorls,Phase Ten: SF280; SF303; SF336; SFlOO; SF319; SF27. Phase Four: SF811; SF728; SF729; SF759; SF810; SF727; SF809. Clay ringweights, EN: SF930; SF927; SF929; SF939; SF935; SF933; SF931 Clay spools, SF238, Phase Ten; SF339, SF92, Phase Nine/Ten/Eleven; Clay loomweights: Phase Nine; SF301, Phase Ten; SF340, Phase Nine. in Mattingbasketimpression daub: SF894, Phase Four. on Mat impressions pot bases, EN: P558; P550; P363; P537. on Mat impression pot base: P226, Phase Five. Clay anchors:SF348, Phase Nine; SF290, Phase Ten; SF394, Phase u/s; SF309, Phase Nine; SF60, Phase u/s; SF623, Phase Nine. SF204, Phase U/s;SF529, Phase Nine; SF85 (partonly), Clay anchorfragments: Phase Ten; SF898, Phase Eleven; SF105, Phase Ten; SF1108, Phase Nine; SF1107, Phase Nine; SF654, Phase Nine; SF1113, Phase u/s; SF818, Phase u/s. Phase EN; SF683 sherd Clay objects: SF677 sherddisk,Phase EN; SF821 pendant, SF667 spindlewhorl,Phase EN; SF767 bead, Phase EN; SF919 Phase EN; ornament, diskbead, Phase EN. SF536 bracelet, Phase Two; SF403 braceletPhase Two; SF881 Clay ornaments: Phase u/s; SF296 bead, Phase Phase Seven; SF601 spindlewhorl/bead, bracelet, Nine. SF634, Phase Nine. Clay stamp/burnisher, Phase Seven: SF918; SF978. Clay 'pillars',

60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69

70 71

72 73

Ornamentsand miscellaneous findsof stone, clay and shell
74 Ornaments (toptobottom, toright): etc left SF192 glycimeris Phase 'bracelet', Eight;SF285 clay spoon,Phase Eight;stonedisc bead; shelldisc bead; SF515 stonetubular bead, Phase Nine; SF298 stonedisc bead, Phase Ten; SF504 shellpendant, Phase Four; SF300 stonependant, Phase Nine; SF332 stone Phase Four; SF123 stonecore,Phase Seven. 'toggle', Ornaments: Phase Four: SF689 stonebracelet;SF748 stonependant;SF691 shellbracelet;SF758 stonebracelet;SF717 shellpendant;SF850 shell bracelet.

75.

Metal finds
76 Arsenicalbronze: SF345 needle,Phase Nine; SF236 axe u/s.

Hearths
77 78 Phases Two-Four, F20/C siteplan 12b, plan ofhearths1, 2, 3 and 3a. Phases Two-Four,F20/C siteplan 12c, 'perspective' hearths1, 2, 3 and of 3a.

79 80 81 82 83 84

Findsplots

Phase Four,Structure detailedfinds 7, plot. Pottery ObjectsofClay Objectsof Stone Objectsof Shell ObjectsofBone andAntler

85. 86. 87.

Corrigenda

Notes for Replacement diagram FIG. 5.8,p 332 for Replacement diagram FIG. 5.10,p 346

1

Haliakmon nE. Valleylooking VillageofNeraidain foreground*

2

belowsiteat edgeofRiverHaliakmon. Spring

3

n. Phase 1: and wall One,StructureF20/Cfrom Post-holes ebaditch (foreground); stubs and traces floor. (right background); oftimber

4

w: stubs walls(foreground of PhaseOne, Structure F20/C from eba ditch(left); 1:
andright); pebble floorremake(distance).

5

PhaseOne, Structure FIO/D, F20/C from bedding s: 3: trench e wall (right) for central (left post-pits centre)

6

N: trench e wall (left for PhaseOne, Structure FIO/D, F20/C from foundation 3:
central centre) centre), post-pits (right

7

e. PhaseOne, Structure F20/Afrom Patchofburnt 3: timber floor

8

n. PhasesOne, Two and Three.F30/Afrom Remains PhaseOne wall of of to (centre); post-holes alignment probably belonging n wallofPhaseTwo 2 Structure (left); PhaseThreepost-pit (right).

9

PhasesOne, Two and Three.F30/Afrom Remains PhaseOne wall s. of of to (centre); post-holes alignment probably belonging n wallofPhaseTwo 2 Structure (left); PhaseThreepostpit(right).

10

s. 2: PhaseTwo,Structure F20/D from Stonefootings (?).

11

w. hearth base. 2: PhaseTwo,Structure F20/C from Circular

12

1 and s. Yardbetween Structures 3: F20/Cfrom HorseshoePhase Three: ovenbase. shaped

13

PhasesTwo/Three/Four: between 1 Yard Structuresand 3 ofPhaseThree: s. F20/C from Sequenceofhearth ovens. and

14

w. PhasesThree/Four: F20/C from Section ovensshowing of pebblebase and remakes.

15

PhaseThree, w. Structure F20/Afrom Post-pits 3: representing majorroof supports.

16

PhaseFour:AreaofStructure F20/Afrom Burnt 2: w. debris. building

17

n. PhaseFour:nwofStructure F20/B from Stakes fence 3: of partition.

18

ne. PhaseSeven:Structure F10/D, F20/B,G20/Afrom Claysurfaced 2: eba beamedfloor, with later hearth (PhaseNine).

19

e. PhaseSeven:Structure FIO/D, F20/Bfrom Claysurfaced 2: beamedfloor, eba with later hearth (PhaseNine).

20

nw. PhaseSeven,Structure F20/B from Claysurfaced 2: beamedfloor.

21

PhaseSeven,Structure F20/B.Beamedfloor, surface 2: removed to clay partly reveal'casts'in soft ofthebeamimpressions. soil

22

PhaseSeven,Structure F20/B.Beamedfloor, surface 2: removed to clay partly reveal casts'in soft ofthebeamimpressions. soil

23

2: PhaseSeven,Structure F20/B.Beamedfloor, surface clay beamimpressions. showing

24

w. PhaseSeven,Structure AreaH from Large 3. wall. of post-holes western

25

w. F20/Afrom Bottom ditch (centre), of cut PhaseEight, southern ditch: test cut distance). (distance), pitintosubsoil(left V-shaped in section

26

s. PhaseNine,piti: G20/Afrom

27

se. PhaseTen,Structure G20/Bfrom P3 insitu. 3:

28

s. PhaseTen,Structure G20/Bfrom P3 insitu. 3:

29

e. PhaseTen,Yardtos ofStructure F10/D from Pebbledyard(¡eft), 3: margin 2 between and clayfloor Structure (centre), of 3 PhaseSevenStructure yard beamedfloor at level). (right lower

30

PhaseTen,Yardtos ofStructure F10/D from Pebbledyard(right), w. 3: margin between of 3 2 left), yardand clayfloor Structure (centre PhaseSevenStructure
beamed floor(left lower at level ).

31

PhaseEleven, w. pit: Byzantine F20/C from

32

w. PhaseEleven, defined (left), pits: Byzantine F20/D from Partexcavated (right).

33

n. Phase Eleven,Byzantine pits:F20/D from Partexcavated (foreground), fully excavated (distance), expose burial (centre to distance).

34

n. F20/D from Cleanedsection PhaseEleven, pit Byzantine and burial: showing in and burial situ. pitprofile

35

iron burial: F20/D from above.Burial PhaseEleven, exposed, partly Byzantine ear. (SF61B) left earring by

36

burial: F20/D from above. PhaseEleven, Byzantine

37

stone tools:sf684adze,PhaseThree;SF789chisel, Smallpolished u/s; SF792adze,PhaseSeven.

38

Small polishedstonetools,all u/s:sf999, axe; sfIOOI, adze; sfIOOO,axe; SF1003,adze.

39

Small polishedstonetools: SF387,chisel,Phase Seven; SF287,adze, Phase Eight; SF624 adze, Phase Seven; SF127,axe, Phase Seven; SF471,adze, Phase Five/Seven.

40

sf81 adze,PhaseNine/Ten/ Smallpolished stone tools:sf73axe, Phaseu/s; Eleven;sf218axe, Phaseu/s.

41

PhaseEight. Stoneaxe split makechisel, to SF769,

42

SF769,Stone axe splitto make chisel,Phase Eight.

43

Medium stone tools:sf237adze,u/s; sf612axe, PhaseEight; polished SF472adze,PhaseOne.

44

Mediumpolished stone tools:sf366adze,PhaseThree;sf391adze,PhaseTwo; SF700axe,PhaseFour;SF648axe, PhaseFour.

45

tool. Groundstone,u/s:sf991 cylindrical tool; sf992 adze; SF990 cylindrical

46

Ground tools:sf383,PhaseThree;SF412, sf321,PhaseTwo. u/s; stone, cylindrical

47

Ground stone tools:SF166adze,PhaseNine/Ten/Eleven; sf299shafthole axe, PhaseTen; sf305adze,PhaseEight.

48

Stonetoolsetc:sf207burnisher, PhaseEight/Eleven; SF501burnisher, Phase PhaseFour;SF673polisher, PhaseFour;SF149ornament Four;SF715polisher, blank(?),PhaseSeven;sf343burnisher, PhaseThree.

49

Waisted weights.

50

Stonevase fragment, sf979,ServiaVarytimides.

51

0 |

CM

1 |

Malachitependant, sf709, u/s.

52

Stone:sf627tool(?),PhaseNine;sf943leg (?) ofpolypod vase,Phase SF109worked PhaseNine/Ten/Eleven; SF778leg (?) of Six/Seven; pyramid, vase,PhaseEight. polypod

53

enclayfigurines: sf360;sf716;sf645.

54

en clay figurine: sf716.

55

MN sf750,PhaseThree;SF216+29,u/s;SF145 PhaseEleven; clayfigurines: PhaseTwo; sf334,PhaseTen. SF333,

56

Two partmnclay figurine: sf216+sf219.

57

PhaseSeven;SF711, SF852, sf616,PhaseSix/Seven/Eight; Clayfigurines: PhaseSeven. PhaseSix/Seven; PhaseNine/Ten/Eleven; SF895, SF630,

58

1 CM

3

PhaseFour;sf842,Phaseu/s;SFllOl, PhaseTen; #3743, Sherddisks: #2109, PhaseSeven;sf311,PhaseTwo.

59

Sherddisks: PhaseTen; SF271, PhaseTen; #1000, PhaseTen; SF459, #1704, PhaseTen; sf79,PhaseEight; SFllOO,Phaseu/s;sf99,PhaseNine;#1223, PhaseTen (?); sf213,PhaseEleven.

60

PhaseTen: sf280;sf303;sf336;sfIOO;sf319;sf27. whorls, Clayspindle

61

PhaseTen: sf280;sf303;sf336;sfIOO;sf319;sf27. whorls, Clayspindle

62

1 CM

3

PhaseFour:sf811;sf728;sf729;sf759;sf810;sf727;sf809. Clayring weights,

63

en: Clayspools, sf930;sf927;sf929;sf939;sf935;sf933;sf931.

64

1 CM

3

PhaseTen; SF339, SF238, sf92,PhaseNine/Ten/Eleven; Clayloomweights: PhaseNine;sf301,PhaseTen; sf340,PhaseNine.

65

1 CM

3

in basket impression daub:sf894,PhaseFour. Matting

66

1 CM

3

on Matimpressions potbases,en: p558; p550;p363;p537.

67

1 CM

3

Matimpression potbase: P226,PhaseFiveon

68

sf309, sf348,PhaseNine;sf290,PhaseTen; sf394,Phaseu/s; Clayanchors: sf623 PhaseNine. PhaseNine;sf60,Phaseu/s;

69

PhaseNine;sf85 (part Phaseu/s; SF529, SF204, only), Clayanchor fragments: PhaseNine;SF1107, PhaseTen; sf898,PhaseEleven;SF1O5, PhaseTen; SF1108, Phaseu/s;sf818,Phaseu/s. PhaseNine;sf654,PhaseNine;SF1113,

70

Phaseen; sf683sherd Phaseen; sf821pendant, sf677sherd disk, Clayobjects: Phaseen; sf767bead,Phaseen; Phaseen; sf667spindle whorl, ornament, SF919diskbead,Phaseen.

71

SF536bracelet, PhaseTwo; SF403bracelet PhaseTwo; sf881 Clayornaments: PhaseSeven;sf601spindle Phaseu/s; sf296bead,Phase bracelet, whorl/bead, Nine.

72

1 CM

3

SF634, Claystamp/burnisher, PhaseNine.

73

1 CM

3

PhaseSeven:sf918;sf978. Clay 'pillars',

74

1 CM

3

PhaseEight; SF192glycimeris etc to left Ornaments (top bottom, toright): 'bracelet', stonediscbead; shelldiscbead; sf515stone SF285clayspoon,PhaseEight; tubular bead,PhaseNine;SF298stonediscbead,PhaseTen; sf504shell PhaseNine;sf332stone'toggle', PhaseFour;sf300stonependant, pendant, PhaseFour;SF123stonecore,PhaseSeven.

75

1 CM

3

sf691shell SF748stonependant; PhaseFour:sf689stonebracelet; Ornaments: SF717shellpendant; sf850shellbracelet. SF758stonebracelet; bracelet;

76

Arsenical bronze: sf345needle, PhaseNine;sf236axe u/s.

77

PhasesTwo-Four, F20/Csiteplan 12b planofhearths 2, 3 and 3a. 1,

78

PhasesTwo-Four, F20/Csiteplan 12b 'perspective' hearths 2, 3 and 3a. of 1,

79

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