at Aghios Georgios, near Chalandritsa, in Achaia. The settlement
came to light in 1985, during the digging for the construction of the Health Center
which was finally erected in another location. The buildings of the settlement
are arranged in concentric rings, with streets radiating from its centre. The
investigation of the area is not completed. A megaron probably existed at the
top of the hill.
The main characteristic of the settlement is that in every room the
foundations of the walls that supported the upper floor are preserved. Small cist-graves
containing child burials were found under the floors of some rooms.
The pottery found dates from the Late Helladic III B and III C periods
(13th-11th centuries B.C.).