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547 has 'L. M. 3a Tholos Tombs' markedby fourred circles. E/F 4 28. LATE MINOAN III CHAMBER TOMBS (SELLOPOULO TOMBS 1 AND 2) with burials assigned to L. M. Ill A 2 - III B, excavated by N. Platon and G. L. Huxley in 1957 (AR 1957, 24 f. BCH lxxxii (1958) 786 f. Pini 85: XXVI (1)). 29. LATE MINOAN III CHAMBER TOMBS (SELLOPOULO TOMBS 3 AND 4) about 100 metres east of 28, with burials assigned to early L. M. Ill A, excavated by M. Popham in 1968 (BSA lxix (1974) 195-257; lxxi (1976) 21-3. Cf. AR 1968-69, 33.
26th Protocorinthian tombs'on the plan in PM ii opp. 37 547. C. nearbyyielded some fragmentsof Attic pottery and a limestone palmette from a stele (JHS xlvii (1927) 245. BSA xxviii (1926-27) 310. BCH li (1927) 495. AA C5 1928,605). 52 (26, 27). EARLY IRON AGE TOMBS excavated by Payne and Blakeway in 1933 (JHS lin (1933) 292. BSA xxxiii (1932-33) 218. There were threeof these (Tombs L, TFT, and Pi), and local tradition in 1957 pointed to the existence of three excavated tombs in the bank west of the path above the Venetian aqueduct here.
Knossos Logbook p. , August-October,1953). Roman graves were found in this region when the TOMB OF CAIAPHAS 57 C5 was destroyed(Athena xiii (1901) 315). 59. D. (BSA lxxi (1976) 25-47. Cf. ; 1976-77, 23. Knossos Logbook p. , 1974. CODE: KFF/74). A cobbled court to the east appeared to be of the same date or a bit later. D. was recoveredhere. C 5 60. ANCIENT WALL noted by N. Piaton in 1955 runninginto the high bank on the east side of the C5 main road opposite the Fortetsaturn. 61. GRECO-ROMAN TILE-GRAVE, withtwo vases and a bronze mirror,exposed in a cuttingon the east side of the main road and examined by K.