Cecilia NobiliPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 171-185.
In the last few years some interesting studies have been devoted at analyzing the connections between the Odyssey and local traditions, with particular interest on the traditions rooted in the northern areas of Epirus and Acarnania. But the archaeological evidence has now demonstrated that Ithaca and the Ionian Islands, from the Mycenean epoch to the dark age, had strong relationships with the western Peloponnesian regions, such as Elis and Messenia.
Sabina MitranoPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 155-170.
This study analyzes the material evidence concerning the “second phase” of Mycenaean occupation of Crete, the period following the fall of the Mycenaean Palace of Knossos in LM IIIA2 and continuing until LM IIIB period, in which the dynamics of evolution, on the one hand, appear to continue the line of development begun with the arrival of Mycenaean in LM II, on the other, show some changes of considerable importance.
Massimiliano MarazziPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 121-154.
Seguendo una linea in parte già tracciata in occasione del XII Colloquio Internazionale di Micenologia (Marazzi 2008), si intende in questa sede fornire un organico aggiornamento (al maggio 2009) del patrimonio documentario miceneo, articolandolo secondo i seguenti punti: a) prefissi e sigle alla luce delle nuove scoperte e dei riordini; b) stato dell’organizzazione, delle edizioni e degli studi particolari dei documenti su supporti archiviari; c) quadro riassuntivo area per area e sito per sito.
Nikolai N. KazanskyPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 117-120.
The comparison of Mycenaean economic texts with the Homeric description of the cattle permits us to see the lexical continuity in the history of the Greek language of the2nd and 1st millennium BC. The archaic forms of words and some coincidences in use with the Mycenaean documents are striking. It seems to me probable that the Homeric passage on the herds of Helios may go back to the Mycenaean age.
Louis GodartPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 99-115.
Sulla base di nuove fotografie realizzate al Museo Nazionale di Atene e dei disegni che ho potuto confezionare su ingrandimenti delle stesse a scala 2:1 sono in grado di avanzare una spiegazione totalmente diversa della redazione del testo di Tn 316 recto e verso. Inoltre, come potremo vedere, la revisione sistematica della tavoletta mi ha permesso di approfondire la lettura largamente incerta del rigo .3 del verso del documento.
Valentina GasbarraPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 91-98.
Composition is one of the most important linguistic available process to create new words. Composition has been viewed in current linguistic works as the process of linking together two existing stems from the lexicon of a language to form a new one, more complex, which has the potential to enter the lexicon as a stable morphological unit. In ancient Greek, nominal composition plays an important role, which is documented by the variety of productive compositional types and by the frequency of compound words in the texts.
Markus EgetmeyerPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 69-90.
First is treated the problem of the establishment of the small corpus of non-Greek inscriptions on Cyprus, followed by remarks on the syllabary variant used to write them. The linguistic interpretation of the Eteocypriote inscriptions is dealt with only as far as is necessary to assess the new proposals, and finally a hypothesis is added to the question causing the most concern, the late date of the most important group of these inscriptions.
Maurizio Del FreoPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 41-67.
The Linear B texts from Thebes contain several geographical terms. Many of these have been gathered, analysed and briefly commented upon in 2001 by V. Aravantinos, L. Godart and A. Sacconi in their editio princeps of the Pelopidou Street tablets.
Alberto Cazzella & Giulia RecchiaPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 27-40.
The theme of the relationships of the peninsular Italy and adjacent islands communities with the Late Bronze Age seafarers coming from the eastern Mediterranean has been widely discussed from the beginning of the 21st c. AD. The last one is a paper by E. Blake, proposing a ‘minimalist’ view: we agree with her just as regards some points. It seems to us there is still place to discuss this theme, bearing in mind also the last archaeological findings, especially along the Adriatic side of the peninsula.
Mario BenziPasiphae. Rivista di filologia e antichità egee 3 (2009) : 9-26.
The fragment discussed in this article was found in the earliest excavations at the Cycladic site of Phylakopi and is now preserved in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens (NM 11418). It was given only a summary description by Edgar in his discussion of the pottery from the site and was later discussed by Sakellarakis in his survey of the Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery in the National Museum, but until now it has attracted little or no attention by scholars. Sakellarakis assigns the fragment to a large deep bowl krater of FS 282.
M. Engel, M. Knipping, H. Brückner, M. Kiderlen, J.C. KraftPalaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 284.3-4 (December 2009): 257-270.
The glacio-eustatic sea level rise after the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) led to a worldwide flooding of shelf areas and the evolution of marine embayments and indentations. Its significant deceleration in mid-Holocene times resulted in the overcompensation by sediment yields and shoreline progradation in many areas.
C. Siart, S. Hecht, I. Holzhauer, R. Altherr, H.P. Meyer, G. Schukraft, B. Eitel, O. Bubenzer, D. PanagiotopoulosQuaternary International 216.1-2 (April 2010): 75-92.
Sediment-filled karst depressions (e.g. dolines) have rarely been used as geoarchives in Greece due to an uncertainty about the thickness of accumulations and their vague suitability for palaeoenvironmental research. However, such terrestrial proxy-data sources can yield important records for the analysis of the Holocene landscape history. A multi-method approach was applied in order to evaluate the potential of colluvial fillings for reconstructing the geoarchaeological landscape in Mount Ida, Central Crete.
Tim H.E. Heaton, Glynis Jones, Paul Halstead & Taxiarchis TsipropoulosJournal of Archaeological Science 36.10 (October 2009): 2224-2233.
Variations in the 13C/12C ratios of wheat grain at different spatial and temporal scales are examined by analysis of modern samples, including harvests of einkorn and durum wheat from Greece, and serve as a guide to interpreting data for Bronze Age grains from Assiros Toumba.
Efrossini VikaJournal of Archaeological Science 36.9 (September 2009): 2024-2028.
The present study employs δ34S analysis to investigate the potential of this method in the investigation of local/geographic origin for the 12 individuals buried collectively over the ruins of a Bronze Age building, under a tumulus, in Thebes, Greece, and to help in the understanding of this unique case in Greek archaeology.
We present an evaluation of the laser ablation Sr isotope data reported by Richards et al. [Richards, M., Harvati, K., Grimes, V., Colin Smith, C., Smith, T., Jean-Jacques Hublin, J.J., Karkanas, P., and Panagopoulou, E., 2008. Strontium isotope evidence of Neanderthal mobility at the site of Lakonis, Greece using laser ablation PIMMS. Journal of Archaeological Science 35, 1251–1256] for a Neanderthal tooth recovered from a site in Greece.