Colona (Peloponnesi physicalis )
Colona
Colona
Situs in Graecia

Colona (Neograece Κολώνα)[1] est locus archaeologicus insulae Aeginae in sinu Saronico Graeciae.

Columna (unde nomen huius loci) templi Apollinis ad fastigium collis Colonae in insula Aegina

NotaeRecensere

  1. Linguis Europaeis saepius Kolonna; apud nonnullos Aegina Kolonna

BibliographiaRecensere

  • Gerhard Forstenpointner, Alfred Galik, Gerald E. Weissengruber, Stephan Zohmann, Ursula Thanheiser, Walter Gauss, "Subsistence and more in Middle Bronze Age Aegina Kolonna: Patternsof Husbandry, Hunting and Agriculture" in Anna Philippa-Touchais, Gilles Touchais, Sofia Voutsaki, James Wright, edd., Mesohelladika: la Grèce continentale au Bronze moyen (Lutetiae: De Boccard, 2010. Bulletin de correspondance hellénique, suppl. 52) pp. 733-742
  • A. Galik et al., "Bioarchaeological investigations at Kolonna, Aegina (Early Helladic III to Late Helladic III)" in Sofia Voutsaki, Soultana Maria Valamoti, edd., Diet, Economy and Society in the Ancient Greek World (Lovanii: Peeters, 2013. Pharos, suppl. 1) pp. 163-172
  • Walter Gauss, Rudolfine Smetana, "Aegina Kolonna in the Middle Bronze Age" in Anna Philippa-Touchais, Gilles Touchais, Sofia Voutsaki, James Wright, edd., Mesohelladika: la Grèce continentale au Bronze moyen (Lutetiae: De Boccard, 2010. Bulletin de correspondance hellénique, suppl. 52) pp. 165-174

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