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Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory

ARTICLES | 2020

«Στιγμές στον χρόνο». Συζητώντας για τους μινωικούς αποθέτες θεμελίωσης

Themes in Archaeology 1.2 (2017): 224-235

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ρθρο αφορά στους μινωικούς αποθέτες θεμελίωσης, σχολιάζοντας ακροθιγώς ζητήματα που σχετίζονται με την ορολογία και τα βασικά χαρακτηριστικά τους, με έμφαση στη χωροθέτηση και στο περιεχόμενο.

Η Ίκλαινα και η γένεση του μυκηναϊκού κράτους της Πύλου

Themes in Archaeology 1.2 (2017): 166-175

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Current theory suggests that the formation of Mycenaean states was the result of the process of incorporation of regional centers of power by the powerful palatial centers. The mechanisms that led to these processes are, however, largely unknown, as the bulk of the evidence comes from the palaces and there is a dearth of systematic excavations of second-order centers. This gap is filled by the excavation conducted by the Athens Archaeological Society at Iklaina, one of the district capitals of the Mycenaean state of Pylos.

The Power of Images: Re-Examining the Wall Paintings from the Throne Room at Knossos

Annual of the British School at Athens 112 (2017): 47-98

In our view, the iconography of this programme places its execution at the onset of Late Minoan (LM) II. We see the inclusion of both ‘traditional’ (Neopalatial) and ‘innovative’ (Final Palatial) elements in the composition as suggestive of an attempt on behalf of the artist(s) and the commissioner(s) to blend artistic traditions in the creation of a new, yet still recognisable, image of power.

Access to Upper Floors and an Early Light Well at EM II Vasiliki

Annual of the British School at Athens 112 (2017): 33-45

This paper singles out three separate houses from among the group of rooms originally called the ‘Red House’ by its discoverer, Richard Seager; it presents their sequencing, the order in which they were probably built, and how their first floors and roofs were reached.

Mainland Cosmopolitanism and the Rise of Personal Prestige: New Evidence from the Coastal Early Helladic Town of Helike, North-West Peloponnese, Greece

Annual of the British School at Athens 112 (2017): 1-32

Excavations carried out by The Helike Project in the Helike plain on the south-western coast of the Gulf of Corinth, north-west Peloponnese, since 2000, have brought to light the well-preserved remains of a coastal Early Helladic (EH) II–III settlement. The site developed as a densely organised settlement during the EH II period and underwent a major architectural transformation at the beginning of the following EH III.

Χαλανδριανή Σύρου

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 62 (2015): 37-39

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Στρόφιλας Άνδρου

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 62 (2015): 35-37

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Θήβα

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 62 (2015): 26-29

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Ίκλαινα

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 62 (2015): 18-21

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Γλυφάδα Αττικής

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 62 (2015): 9-11

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Ακρωτήρι Θήρας

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 63 (2016): 34-35

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Ζάκρος

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 63 (2016): 34

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Ντικιλί Τας

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 63 (2016): 33-34

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