Tenta or Kalavasos-Tenta is a neolithic settlement in Cyprus, 4 km south of Kalavasos in the Larnaca District. Tenta was discovered in 1947 by Pophyrios Dikaios, and was excavated by the British archaeologists Ian Todd from 1976 to 1984. Excavations were carried out each summer from 1976 though 1979, and a final summer season took place in 1984. The excavations were funded for the first four reasons by the National Science Foundation (USA).
McCarthy, Caroline (2006). Demetra Papaconstantinou. ed. The meaning of context for changing interpretations of the Cypriot aceramic Neolithic (Deconstructing context. A critical approach to archaeological practice ed.). Oxford: Oxbow Books/David Brown Book Co. pp. 79–97. ISBN 978-1-84217-204-9.
Todd, Ian A.; Douglas Baird (1987). Excavations at Kalavasos-Tenta (Vasilikos Valley Project 6 Vol. 1 ed.). Gothenburg: Paul Åströms förlag. ISBN 978-91-86098-48-3.
Todd, Ian A. (2005). Excavations at Kalavasos-Tenta (Studies in Mediterranean archaeology 71/7 ed.). Gothenburg: Paul Åströms förlag.
Kalavasos - Agios Dimitrios
Kalavasos water dam ( Source : Aspect of Cyprus)
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Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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