Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory


‘Transculturalism’ as a model for examining migration to Cyprus and Philistia at the end of the Bronze Age

Ancient West and East 10 (2011): 267-280

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The ethnic identity of the Philistines and their relationship to Greece, Cyprus, Anatolia and the Sea Peoples continues to be a very lively and interesting area of scholarly debate. This contribution reviews recent work on general categories of cultural interaction with regard to the eastern Mediterranean including colonisation, migration and cultural diffusion.

Μελέτη ανασκαφής Βρανά Μαραθώνος

Πρακτικά της εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογικής Εταιρείας 2014 [2016]: 29-69

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When diversity matters: exploring funerary evidence in Middle Minoan III Crete

Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici 1 (2015, new series): 117-136

Aside from limited studies on individual cemeteries or tomb types, analysis of Middle Minoan III funerary evidence has remained in the shadow. Reasons can be found in the dearth of archaeological remains, and it is useful to remember that most of the evidence for this period, both domestic and funerary, derived mainly from sites occupied in the following period (Late Minoan IA) and destroyed in Late Minoan IB.