Reconstructions of the Early Helladic III Period
of Excavation Unit 5 (EU5)
Meager remains of a village-like collection of walls (perhaps
better appreciated in plan) were
excavated by James P. Harland near the top of the hill of Tsoungiza, Ancient
Nemea, in the 1920s, of which only remnants survived to the new NVAP work
of the 1980s. The following reconstruction is based on Harland's
notes, sketches, and measurements, and on portions of the earlier excavations
that are still preserved (specifically relating to Harland's House E,
the small apsidal building fully reconstructed below).
This is a preliminary reconstruction only, many details
still need to be rectified and refined.