During the recent excavations at the Mycenaean settlement of Iklaina a pit was unearthed, containing burned animal bones, numerous drinking vases, plaster offering tables, and animal figurines. This find presents a reasonable case of an open-air site with ritual associations. Here I present a preliminary description of the pit and its finds and assess its possible function and importance.
How to Cite
Cosmopoulos, M. B., (2015) “A Mycenaean Open-Air Cult Place in Iklaina”, Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 7(3), p.41-48. doi: https://doi.org/10.2458/azu_jaei_v07i3_cosmopoulos