Dispilio is an archaeological site containing remains of a Neolithic lakeshore settlement that occupied an artificial island near the modern village of Dispilio on Lake Orestiadaa in Kastoria regional unit, Macedonia, Greece.
The lake settlement was discovered during the dry winter of 1932, which lowered the lake level and revealed traces of the settlement.
The site appears to have been occupied over a long period, from the final stages of the Middle Neolithic (5600-5000 BC) to the Final Neolithic (3000 BC). A number of items were found, including ceramics, wooden structural elements, seeds, bones, figurines, personal ornaments, flutes and what appears to be the most significant finding, the inscribed Dispilio Tablet.
D I S P I L I O
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PERFORMANCE DATE : SATURDAY 15TH APRIL
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