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Information are from the flyer that you will get once you visit there. There is entrance fee on 2.50euros only.


This settlement is an example of early permanent habitation of people in Cyprus, during the Aceramic Period (8200-5200B.C)


According to the archeologists they were around 150 adults residing with dietary needs were by husbandry animals such as sheep, goats and pigs, by argiculture wheat, barley, lentils, by hunting and collecting wild fruits. Cooking mostly was done outside the houses.


Most of the tools that they were using that time were made of stone and bone. Citizens were buried under the house floor or in the open spaces area. See the video below.


The houses were constructed from stone, plinth or combination of the two and the roofs were flat. Doudle or single columns are founded which most probably were used to support an elevated wooden floor.  Most of the buildings were with windows, doorways. img_20190129_1239275046934504849061324.jpg

The floor was made of gypsum. Sometimes painted of blain beaten earth or painted red.In building eleven was the only building which was found with pain wall.





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