This book is a publication of the Danish-Dutch-Ukrainian survey project carried out between 2006 and 2008. The project introduced the systematic, intensive survey to the region. It took place at both sides of Lake Darylga? that is the hinterland of the ancient Greek settlement of Panskoe I in the Tarchankut Peninsula (Western Crimea). The survey aimed at investigating the landscape from prehistory until early modern times. We could conclude that the region was most intensively settled in the Late Classical and Early Hellenistic period. The results were spectacular: a large number of undisturbed Greek and barbarian sites were located, which have completely changed our understanding of ancient settlement patterns in the region.Contributors: Peter Attema, Pia Guldager Bilde, Tymon de Haas, Sen Handberg, Marlies van Kruining, Wieke de Neef, Sergei Lancov, Cornelius Meyer, Dana Pilz, Tatiana Smekalova, Vladimir Stolba, Kees van der Veer, Christina Williamson, and Kristina Winther-Jacobsen.