Excavations on the Cycladic island of Keos revealed a number of prehistoric sites, including the site of Ayia Irini on a peninsula at the northwest end. This site was occupied from Neolithic to Roman times, flourishing particularly in the Bronze Age when it was the location of a sanctuary. A large number of near lifesize figures were discovered there during excavations in the 1960s by the University of Cincinnati. This series is no longer published by ASCSA. Other volumes have been published by Philipp von Zabern Verlag.
I: Kephala: A Late Neolithic Settlement and Cemetery, by John E. Coleman (1977)
II: The Temple of Ayia Irini: The Statues, by Miriam E. Caskey (1986)