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Locris

(ˈləʊkrɪs; ˈlɒk-) or

Lokris

n
(Placename) an ancient region of central Greece

Lo•cris

(ˈloʊ krɪs)

n.
either of two districts in the central part of ancient Greece.
Lo′cri•an, n., adj.
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To places along the coast (for there the Salaminia would be able to pick them up like Alkibiades); (10) to Lepreon in Elis (where the Spartans had just settled a colony of Helots fighting under Brasidas) (Dunbar 1995:182); to Opous in Lokris (for the population there was so anti-Athenian that a military garrison had to be stationed there).
The topics include minding the gaps in early Helladic Laconia, the Cypriot ceramic cargo of the Uluburun shipwreck, impressed pithoi from Late Bronze and Early Iron Age East Lokris and Phokis and their socio-economic significance, a unique Late Minoan III ring-shaped vase from the Myrsini Aspropilia Cemetery, and the role of terracotta throne models in disseminating Mycenaean religious ideology.
The newly constructed seven-phase ceramically defined sequence from the recently excavated site of Mitrou in East Lokris has provided the first opportunity to investigate how this tradition evolved over the entirety of the period.
12 9:45 DENTAL MICROWEAR AND DIET CHANGE DURING THE GREEK BRONZE AND IORN AGE IN COASTAL EAST LOKRIS, GREECE.