This book focuses on merging all disciplines, perspectives, theories, aspects and applications of disasters in their spatio-temporal framework (archaeodisasters), into one major scientific field (Disaster Archaeology).
The Mycenaean palatial polities, which flourished approximately between 1400 and 1200 BC, are the first states on the European mainland. For that reason they play an important role for the study of the development of social systems.
This volume complements Lerna V: The Neolithic Pottery of Lerna, by K. D. Vitelli, and completes the primary publication of the results of the Neolithic remains retrieved during the excavations conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens from 1952 through 1958 at Lerna in the Argolid.
From 1976 to 1983 the Lower Citadel of Tiryns was excavated under the direction of Klaus Kilian. This volume presents the results of a thorough analysis of the architecture and settlement history during the late Palatial Period and the earliest Postpalatial Period.
This book is the first to deal comprehensively with the construction, significance, and function of the full range of garments of Aegean women and related attire of men from the Neolithic to the end of the Bronze Age.
Colin Renfrew, Olga Philaniotou, Neil Brodie, Giorgos Gavalas & Michael J. Boyd (επιμέλεια) Cambridge 2015
This is the second volume in ‘The Sanctuary on Keros and Origins of Aegean Ritual Practice: the excavations of 2006-2008’ series. It describes the excavation and finds from the Special Deposits at Kavos at the sanctuary on Keros lying opposite the settlement on the islet of Dhaskalio.
The volume is the result of a workshop held at the Norwegian Institute at Athens 11th-13th of November 2011. It addressed the different layers of mobility in the Bronze and Early Iron Age of the Eastern Mediterranean.