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Reappraising Kirrha. New evidence on landscape, economy and society from Southern Phocis

Julien Zurbach (Ecole Normale Supérieure, Paris) & Raphaël Orgeolet (Aix-Marseille University),

After a long hiatus, new systematic excavations at the hill of Kirrha began in 2009 under the auspices of the French School of Archaeology and the 10th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities (now Ephorate of Antiquities of Phocis). The results of the three excavation seasons, though...

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Athens and Attica in prehistory. International conference. Athens, 27-31 May 2015

The importance of Athens and Attica for ancient Greek history is well-known. Archaeologists and historians have studied thoroughly social and cultural life in the Athenian state of the Classical and Archaid periods. By contrast, the prehistory of the region is still poorly known. Although important discoveries have been made over the past two...

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Τα 100 αρχαία τοπωνύμια της Κρήτης σε ένα χάρτη του Vincenzo Maria Coronelli

Vincenzo Maria Coronelli, «Το νησί και το βασίλειο του Χάνδακα». Βενετία 1692. Χαλκογραφία 0,45x1,20 μ. Ναυτικό Μουσείο της Ελλάδος (Αρ. Συλλογής ΝΜΕ Χ/Ν/504/001)

Ένα ιδιαίτερο, «κρυμμένο» έκθεμα του Ναυτικού Μουσείου της Ελλάδος παρουσιάζει στο κείμενο που ακολουθεί η Ιωάννα Μπερμπίλη (ΜΔΕ Βυζαντινής Αρχαιολογίας) στους αναγνώστες του...

Αρχαιολογία & Τέχνες, 08-04-2015

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Beer in the Bronze age: Evidence shows Egyptians brewed up a party in ancient Tel Aviv

Fragments of ancient pottery vessels used to prepare beer, unearthed during recent salvage excavations in downtown Tel Aviv, reveal that the city’s reputed party atmosphere is thousands of years old, the Antiquities Authority announced Sunday. Moreover, according to the authority, the excavations, conducted prior to the construction of office...

Daniel K. Eisenbud, Jerusalem Post, 29-03-2015

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Η γυναικεία ενδυμασία στην ανακτορική Κρήτη. Πρόταση ανάγνωσης ενός κώδικα επικοινωνίας

Evangelia Stefani | Thessaloniki 2013

Η γυναικεία ενδυμασία στην ανακτορική Κρήτη. Πρόταση ανάγνωσης ενός κώδικα επικοινωνίας

Τhis study, as indicated by its title, deals with female dress in Palatial Crete. Its primary object is to trace the social significance of Minoan female dress by considering it as a code of extralexical communication. the theoretical and methodological proposal formulated, the approach to and study of the material and, finally, the...

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Meditations on the Diversity of the Built Environment in the Aegean Basin and Beyond. Proceedings of a Colloquium in Memory of Frederick E. Winter, Athens 22-23 June 2012

Edited by David W. Rupp & Jonathan E. Tomlinson | Αthens 2014

Meditations on the Diversity of the Built Environment in the Aegean Basin and Beyond. Proceedings of a Colloquium in Memory of Frederick E. Winter, Athens 22-23 June 2012

The organization of this Colloquium began in early 2011 as a fitting means to honor an individual who had contributed so much to the study of Greek architecture in Canada and in Europe. His long-standing and loyal support of the Canadian Institute in Greece and its mission reinforced the value of this plan....

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Post-Prehistoric Ceramics and Chalcolithic to Iron Age Ground Stone Artefacts from the Field Survey in Northwestern Cyprus, 1992-1999

Edited by Dariusz Maliszewski | Warsaw 2014

Post-Prehistoric Ceramics and Chalcolithic to Iron Age Ground Stone Artefacts from the Field Survey in Northwestern Cyprus, 1992-1999

The results of the Polis-Pyrgos Archaeological Project (PAP) have now been published in two volumes that present the work of an extensive field survey conducted over nearly a decade in the area of northwestern Cyprus - from the western bank of the Chrysochou River along the north coast of the island eastward to Kato Pyrgos....

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I Lavori del 2008-2009 ad Haghia Triada

Vincenzo La Rosa

“Riscavare lo scavato” significa anche essere incalzati da una serie progressiva di interrogativi, che, quando si pensa di essere giunti alla meta della pubblicazione definitiva, riportano a galla la precarietà del palinsesto ereditato ed inducono ad ulteriori micro-indagini....

Annuario della Scuola Archeologica di Atene e delle Missioni Italiane in Oriente LXXXVII (2009) [2011], 979-1086

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Progetto Festòs. Ricognizioni archeologiche di superficie: Le champagne 2007-2009

Maria Bredaki, Fausto Longo & Mario Benzi

L’esigenza di ampliare la conoscenza dell’abitato di Festòs attraverso l’indagine, in senso diacronico, delle forme di occupazione e dello sviluppo urbano, ha indotto la Scuola Archeologica Italiana di Atene ad avviare, nell’estate del 2007, una synergasia italo-greca nella consapevolezza che solo un reciproco scambio di informazioni e...

Annuario della Scuola Archeologica di Atene e delle Missioni Italiane in Oriente LXXXVII (2009) [2011], 935-978

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Progetto Kannià: Rapporto preliminare sullo Studio della Villa Minoica

Nicola Cucuzza

La Villa minoica di Kannià, presso Mitropolis, appena ad W dell'area urbana di Gortyna, venne portata alla luce negli anni Cinquanta. Un breve scavo di emergenza, condotto dalla Ephoria nel novembre del 1957, aveva permesso a S. Alexiou di rintracciare i resti di un vano di culto in cui erano presenti delle statuette fittili del tipo detto delle...

Annuario della Scuola Archeologica di Atene e delle Missioni Italiane in Oriente LXXXVII (2009) [2011], 927-933

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