University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Athropology

Author: William D.E. Coulson

Tombs and Burial Practices in Early Iron Age Crete

By: Geraldine C. Gesell and Leslie Preston Day and William D.E. Coulson

Tombs and graves have always been of particular interest to archaeologists for the informa­tion they provide about the people buried in them: the quality of their lives, their diet and health, as well as their customs, personal habits, and even their values—information these people never knew they would re­veal about themselves millennia later. In the […]