Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory

BOOKS | 2014

7 April 2015

Meditations on the Diversity of the Built Environment in the Aegean Basin and Beyond. Proceedings of a Colloquium in Memory of Frederick E. Winter, Athens 22-23 June 2012

Edited by David W. Rupp & Jonathan E. Tomlinson

Meditations on the Diversity of the Built Environment in the Aegean Basin and Beyond. Proceedings of a Colloquium in Memory of Frederick E. Winter, Athens 22-23 June 2012

City: Αthens

Year: 2014

Publisher: The Canadian Institute in Greece

Series: Publications of the Canadian Institute in Greece no. 8

Description: Paperback, 554 p., b/w figures, 24x17 cm

From the preface

The organization of this Colloquium began in early 2011 as a fitting means to honor an individual who had contributed so much to the study of Greek architecture in Canada and in Europe. His long-standing and loyal support of the Canadian Institute in Greece and its mission reinforced the value of this plan. As the topics of the papers were to be drawn from the results of projects undertaken in Greece under the aegis of the Institute and the studies by professors and young researchers associated with Canadian universities it would celebrate as well the maturing of study of Greek and Roman architecture in Greece. This is another significant legacy of Professor Winter’s long career and research.


Preface [11-13]

David W. Rupp, Frederick Elliot Winter In Memoriam Colloquium: Introduction [14-16]

Abstracts [17-29]

Mary Winter, In Memoriam: Frederick E. Winter (1922-2011) [31-48]

Frederick Elliot Winter: A Bibliography [49-53]

Bronze Age Architecture and Settlement Planning

D. Matthew Buell, Districts, Neighborhoods, and the Streets that Bind Them: Urban Planning in Minoan Cities [55-82]

Rodney D. Fitzsimons, An Energetic(s) Approach to Late Helladic Tomb Construction: Funerary Architecture and State Formation at Bronze Age Mycenae [83-120]

John C. McEnroe, The Final Palace at Knossos: Contexts and Texts [121-143]

R. Angus K. Smith & Mary K. Dabney, The Life of a Tomb: Investigating the Use, Reuse, and Reconstruction of Mycenaean Chamber Tombs at Ayia Sotira, Nemea [145-160]

David W. Rupp, Foretelling the Future: Innovative Elements in Settlement Planning and Building Types at Late Minoan IIIC Halasmenos (Monastiraki – Ierapetra, Crete) [161-191]

Greek Fortifications and Towers

Rune Frederiksen, Greek Fortifications Before and With Winter [193-212]

Keven Ouellet, La fortification d’Argilos [213-230]

Hector Williams, The Fortifications of Ancient Mytilene: A Brief Introduction [231-248]

Brendan Burke, Bryan Burns & Alexandra Charami, The Polygonal Wall at Ancient Eleon with Reference to the Mycenaean Past [249-264]

Matthew P. Maher, A New Look at the Fortifications of Arkadian Gortys [265-284]

C. Myles Chykerda, Margriet J. Haagsma & Sophia Karapanou, From City to Sea: Kastro Kallithea (Thessaly) and its Role in the Defense of Southern Achaia Phthiotis [285-310]

Athina Chatzidimitriou & Maria Chidiroglou, Ancient Towers in Central and Southern Euboea [311-337]

Spencer Pope, Developments in Greek Fortifications in Sicily in the 4th century B.C. [339-362]

Chris Stewart, Excavating Frederick E. Winter’s Archives: B/W Negative Collection 1957-1991 [363-378]

Domestic Architecture and Urban Networks

Marie Clermont-Mignault, Le bâtiment «E» d’Argilos: stratigraphie et architecture [379-400]

James Stuart Murray, Continuing to Map the Road to the Academy [401-430]

Laura Surtees, Sophia Karapanou & Margriet J. Haagsma, Exploring Kastro Kallithea on the Surface: The Foundation and Occupation of Kastro Kallithea, Thessaly, Greece [431-452]

Margriet J. Haagsma, Abandonment and Commemoration: Ancient and Modern Housing in Achaia Phthiotis, Thessaly [453-477]

Janos Fedak, Mursella: The Unknown Story of a Roman municipium in Pannonia Superior [479-510]

Temple Architecture

Gerald P. Schaus, The Temple on the Acropolis of Stymphalos [511-529]

Michael C. Nelson, Innovation and Legacy: The Late Hellenistic Temple at Omrit, Israel [531-550]

List of Contributors [551-554]


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