Aerial and Thermal Photography and Photogrammetry

Sarah Morris, John Papadopoulos, Manthos Bessios, Athena Athanassiadou, Konstantinos Noulas, Hugh Thomas

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Abstract

Ancient Methone (Pieria) was a major port in northern Greece from the
1st millennium b.c. until Philip II of Macedon destroyed the city in 354 b.c.
Excavations carried out since 2003 by the Greek Archaeological Service have
unearthed Bronze Age burials, important Early Iron Age deposits and inscriptions, and direct evidence of the Macedonian siege, destruction, and aftermath,
thereby extending the history of the settlement from the Late Neolithic period
past the 4th century b.c. In 2012 an international team joined the Ephorate of
Antiquities of Pieria to study and publish these discoveries, and as the Ancient
Methone Archaeological Project, launched a fresh phase of multidisciplinary
fieldwork from 2014 to 2017, the preliminary results of which are presented here
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)659-723
JournalHesperia
Volume89
Publication statusPublished - 2020

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