The promontory of Kephala projects from the NW coast of the island of Keos (also known as Kea and Tzia) in Greece. It is located about 1.5 kilometers north of the bay of Ayios Nikolaos, the main harbor of Keos. Occupation on the promontory occurred only for a brief time in the fourth millennium B.C., during the latest phase of the Late Neolithic period (the Late Neolithic II phase).
 
The University of Cincinnati carried out excavations from 1960-1966. A final publication of the results appeared in 1977: J.E. Coleman, Kephala (Keos I), American School of Classical Studies, Princeton, 1977
For more images of the site and excavations see Image Archives, category T

Kephala book cover