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1988. Creta veneziaM, Venice. Davies, S. 2004. "Pylas Regional Archaeological Project, Part VI: Administration and Settlement in Venetian Navarino," Hespena 73, pp. 59-120. Davis, J. L. 1991. "Contributions to a Mediterranean Rural Archaeology: Historical Case Studies from the Ottoman Cyclades,"]MA 4, pp. 131-216. - - - , ed. 1998. from Nestor to Navarino, Austin. di Krienen, Conte H. L. P. 1773. ione dt! Arciptlago e partiwlarmente delle diciotto is ole sottomesse l'amw 1771 af dominio russo, Leghorn.
67 We believed that the general lack of communication between the disciplines was largely the result of disciplinary compartmentalization rather than any intentional disregard for one another's work. Our particular goal was to assemble archaeologists and historians who, in the context of their own research, had been concerned with patterns of settlement and land use in regions. The University of Cincinnati was a suitable place for a workshop in light of Peter Topping's pioneering research conducted there in collaboration with the Minnesota Messenia Expedition and the enviable strength of its library's holdings in modern Greek studies.
77 In the case of Kea, both Western accounts and Ottoman documents point to the existence of a highly nucleated pattern of settlement, at least from the later 17th century until the Greek Revolution. Such a picture is in accord with the results of archaeological investigations in the northwestern part of the island, which were largely unsuccessful in finding artifacts datable to the 16th through early 19th centuries outside Chora, in the rural landscape, despite the fact that the entire ceramic assemblage from the project was examined by archaeologists familiar with the ceramics of these centuries.