By Pierre AGRINIER
Whereas operating at Mirador in the course of the 1965
season (Agrinier 1970), I made a brief in¬
vestigation of the close by web site of Miramar, ex¬
ploring the floor and making 5 try pits.
My goal used to be to make a initial eval¬
uation of the cultural and chronological posi¬
tion of Miramar with relation to Mirador.
The destinations for the try out pits have been selected
for their strength ceramic stratigraphy, with
an purpose to keep away from different cultural gains,
such as masonry partitions, caches, and burials.
However, in the case of Pit 2, my intentions
were diverted; the mass burial I encountered
there occupied me for so much of the brief sea¬
son, from the heart of could to the first days
of June, 1965. different brief explorations I
made in 1973 and 1974 further a few extra
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Theareais nearly200 metres on theDoriccapital145 usedto lie. It is therefore possiblethatthereweretwosanctuaries end. At thetimeof itsdiscovery of a smallDorictemple the existence remains and other architectural indicating capitals of architectural reliefsfrom209 westof thepalacecould in the vicinity. Hellenistic pottery in 1930 froma spotjust was recovered as partlyvotive,partlyshrinefurniture, regarded to theeastoftheHouseoftheFrescoes212. statuetteof Nikefoundat 287 by theVlikhia It has been suggested thata Hellenistic known ofAthenaTritogeneia, withthesanctuary havecomefroma templeconnected might 20 FIG.
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. KcFadzean in 1970 (Knossos Logbook p. , 1970.
Roundthem. 88In factthe circuitof the Romancityappearsto havebeenin theregionof three kilometres at themost. 129, 197). To thenorthwestof it was a theatreor amphitheatre at 115 (110). Publicbathshavebeenconjectured or 121. D. Hogarthindicatedthatthebuildingat 121 south-east oftheCivilBasilicawas century a smalltemple,andvariousoutlying likethatat 76 where buildings mayhavebeentemples, the fragment of a Latininscription of a dedicationto Isis was recovered. 93 Hogarthclearedwhathe tookto be a smallRomanheroonon thesummit ofLowerGipsadhes hassuggested (312); butCallaghan the possibility thatthismighthavebeenHellenistic in connection withHellenistic burials inthearea(305).