The Aegean and its Cultures. Proceedings of the first Oxford-Athens graduate student workshop organized by the Greek Society and the University of Oxford Taylor Institution, 22-23 April 2005
Edited by Georgios Deligiannakis & Yannis Galanakis
Series: BAR S1975
Description: Paperback, iii+149 p., colour & b/w ill., maps, plans, drawings, 29,5x21 cm
Proceedings of the first Oxford-Athens graduate student workshop organized by the Greek Society and the University of Oxford Taylor Institution, April 2005.
Georgios Deligiannakis, ‘Framing the Aegean’ [1-4].
Yannis Galanakis, ‘What’s in a word? The manifold character of the term Koiné and its uses in Aegean Prehistory’ [5-11].
Vassilis Petrakis, ‘An aspect of the ‘Mycenaean Koiné’? The uniformity of the Peloponnesian Late Helladic III palatial Megara in its heterogeneous context’ [13-25].
Fani K. Seroglou, ‘The dissemination of Attic pottery during the Protogeometric and Geometric periods’ [27-36].
Anastasia Christophilopoulou, ‘Domestic space in the Geometric and post-Geometric Aegean: An attempt to reconstruct morphology and function in 8th and 7th c. BC houses in the Cyclades and the eastern Aegean’ [37-46].
Oliver Pilz, ‘The contexts of Archaic Cretan terracotta relief plaques with a note on the Oxford plaques from Papoura’ [47-57].
Angelos Chaniotis, ‘Extra-urban sanctuaries in Classical and Hellenistic Crete’ [59-67].
Petya Ilieva, ‘Vogue and Utility: Terracotta products with Ionian kymation in relief from the Aegean shores of Thrace’ [69-80].
Konstantinos Kopanias, ‘Preliminary report of the ‘Halasarna project’: An intensive archaeological survey of the ancient demos Halasarna on Kos’ [81-93].
Chrysanthe Tsouli, ‘The Coan Banquet reliefs: Parallels in the Aegean region’ [95-108].
Eirene Poupaki, ‘Stone agricultural implements from the island of Kos. The evidence from Kardamaina, the ancient demos of Halasarna’ [109-120].
Lambros Travlos, ‘Searching for Byzantine model-books based on Artists’ inscriptions from the Middle Byzantine period’ [121-129].
Elizabeth A. Zachariadou, ‘Coexistence in the Aegean under the Ottomans’ [131-138].
Eirini Kotsovili, ‘The dark side of the sun: Aegean islands as places of exile, desolation and death in post-World War II Greek poetry’ [139-143].
Stelios Lekakis, ‘The concept of authenticity in managing cultural heritage resources. The Aegean paradigm’ [145-149].