John Ellis Jones and Ourania Kouka, Elis 1969. The Peneios Valley Rescue Excavation Project: British School at Athens Survey 1967 and Rescue Excavations at Kostoureika and Keramidia 1969

Authors

  • John Bintliff

Keywords:

Peneios Valley Rescue Excavation Project, Elis Survey, foreign archaeological schools

Abstract

Both of these books represent much belated publications of older fieldwork. Appropriately perhaps, since we could not find suitable or willing reviewers, your Editor has undertaken to review these books, also considerably belatedly. But they remain little known and so well worth recognition.

The Elis Survey was a British contribution to a rescue project shared out amongst several foreign archaeological schools in Athens, to document a landscape in Elis about to be drowned by a new dam and reservoir.

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Published

09/12/2021

How to Cite

Bintliff, J. (2021). John Ellis Jones and Ourania Kouka, Elis 1969. The Peneios Valley Rescue Excavation Project: British School at Athens Survey 1967 and Rescue Excavations at Kostoureika and Keramidia 1969. Journal of Greek Archaeology, 6, 438–439. Retrieved from http://archaeopresspublishing.com/ojs/index.php/JGA/article/view/1066

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