SERVIA, GREEK MACEDONIA: RESEARCH AND PUBLICATION
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Principal Investigator: Dr. K.A. Wardle,
Collaborators: Antiklea Agrafioti, Rayna Andrew, J. Carington Smith, A Goudi, R. Housley, R.N.L.B. Hubbard, Catharine Mould, G. Stratouli, W.W. Phelps, V. Vlachodimitropoulou, Diana Wardle.
Sponsors: British School at Athens, British Academy, Institute for Aegean Prehistory
Excavation at the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age site of Servia in the Haliakmon Valley in Western Macedonia, was conducted by Aikaterina Rhomiopoulou and Cressida Ridley between 1971 and 1973 as a rescue project in advance of flooding by a Hydro-Electric scheme. It remains the only major excavated site of the MN period north of Thessaly.
The HALIAKMON VALLEY in 1971 before the dam was closed
The death at the age of 81 in June 1998 of Cressida Ridley, who initiated the project in 1971, has made it harder for us to complete the publication from her prolific notes but her enthusiasm has inspired us to continue.
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