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Akrotiri Phase  
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  • Compiled from several sources, including Bolger (2003: 214)[1]; Hood (personal communication 2004); Peltenberg (2003b: 99)[2]; and Peltenburg et al. (2001a: 65)[3]. Table includes conventional (uncalibrated) and calibrated equivalents, which are rounded and approximate. [1]Gender in Ancient Cyprus: Narratives of Social Change on a Mediterranean Island. AltaMira, Walnut Creek, CA. [2]Conclusions: Mylouthkia I and the Early Colonists of Cyprus. In Edgar Peltenburg (ed.), The Colonisation and Settlement of Cyprus. Investigations at Kissonerga-Mylouthkia, 1976-1996. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology vol. 70:4. Paul Astroms Forlag, Savedalen, pp. 83-103. [3]Well-Established Colonists: Mylouthkia I and the Cypro-Pre-Pottery Neolithic B. In Stuart Swiny (ed.), The Earliest Prehistory of Cyprus: From Colonization to Exploitation. Archaeological Reports No. 5, American Schools of Oriental Research, Boston, pp. 61-93.
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