The development of Bronze Age society in the Cyclades shows a unique flourishing of culture and maritime entrepreneurship over more than a millennium, influenced by and influencing adjacent culture on the Greek Mainland and Crete but maintaining its own distinctive identity.
A number of recent significant field projects in Northern Greece, particularly in Macedonia, have revealed a wealth of new data and have shed light on the Neolithic of the region, especially on its earliest periods.
In the light of close cultural links in pottery and other crafts, and probably in administrative practices, this paper re-examines the nature of the relationship between Malia and Myrtos-Pyrgos at the end of the Protopalatial period in MM IIB, and the possibility of an unitary state in east-central Crete under the control of Malia.
Shannon LaFayette HogueAmerican Journal of Archaeology 120.1 (January 2016): 151-157
In the past three decades, an Iron Age date for reoccupation of areas surrounding the Palace of Nestor on the Epano Englianos Ridge has become well attested, but the extent and nature of this reoccupation has remained unclear.