||The settlement of Dimini, built close to the shore of the Gulf of Pagassai,
is one of the most thoroughly investigated prehistoric settlements in Greece. Among
its archaeological remains (architecture, pottery, tools, figurines, jewellery),
all cultural achievements of the Aegean society of the Late Neolithic
II Period (4800-4500 BC) are represented, and have been characterized by the
first researchers of Greek Prehistory by the term Dimini culture.