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Return to Site B (6–9 February 1896) on the extreme east edge of the area

Tomb 20

Contents: CM
Materials/objects: Pottery, gold
Chronological range of objects: CA (?)
Tomb type and status:  Chamber (?)
Additional information: The Notebook entries describe: a globular jug; juglet; stamnos in BiCh ware (?); ‘plain bowl, red with black rim’ (BS/RS Type IV?); gold spiral. CCM, 182 lists four ‘common Cypriote vases (concentric circles and plain red ware)’.

Tomb 21

Contents: BM: two items
Materials/objects:   Pottery
Chronological range of objects: CA II
Tomb type and status:  Chamber (?)
Additional information: The Notebook also mentions a small bronze earring.

Tomb 22

Contents: BM: allocated to museum but no objects registered
Materials/objects: Pottery
Chronological range of objects: CA (?)
Tomb type and status: Chamber (?)
Additional information: The Notebook describes what appear to be several WP/BiCh or BiCh Red jugs (one globular) and a BoR amphora.

Notebook
Description of Tombs 20–22

Tomb 23

Contents: CM
Materials/objects: Pottery
Chronological range of objects: CA (?)
Tomb type and status: Chamber (?)
Additional information: The Notebook describes what appear to be several WP/BiCh or BiCh Red, BOR and RS vessels. CCM, 182 ‘Six common Cypriote vases (red ware and concentric circles)’.

Tomb 24

Contents:  BM: one item Materials/objects: Pottery
Chronological range of objects: CA I
Tomb type and status: Chamber (?)
Additional information: Also a BoR jug (not kept).
 

Notebook
Description of Tombs 23–24

Tomb 25

Contents: BM: two items
Materials/objects: Terracotta, gold, bronze
Chronological range of objects: CA–CC (?)
Tomb type and status: Chamber (?)
Additional information: Also noted but not kept, WP/BiCh stamnoi, a RS/BS bowl and two bronze fibulae.

Tomb 26

Contents: BM: seven items
Materials/objects: Terracotta, pottery, stone, glass
Chronological range of objects: LBA; CA I–II; Hellenistic
Tomb type and status: Chamber: two sub-rectangular chambers connected by a long passageway.
Additional information: The LBA glass sherds may be intrusive, if not from another tomb; the Notebook also mentions a bronze ‘lebes’ (probably a cauldron of CA or CC date); a piece of gold leaf; three terracotta horses and several WP/BiCh jugs which were not kept. SCE IV/1C, 159 attributes a BR I jug (CM A 1164) to this tomb, but this may be an error or a misprint, as the remainder of the tomb's contents were assigned to London.
 

Notebook
Descriptions of Tombs 25–26

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