The Aegean Bronze Age in relation to the Wider European Context. Papers from a session at the eleventh Annual Meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists, Cork, 5-11 September 2005
Edited by Helène Whittaker
Series: BAR International Series 1745
Description: Paperback, 105 p., b/w illus., 29,7x21 cm
With the exception of Gullög Nordquist’s and Michael Wedde’s contributions, the articles in this volume derive from a session held at the eleventh annual meeting of the European Association of Archaeologists in Cork, September, 2005. The title of the session was Aegean Archaeology in the Wider European Context. The papers centred around questions concerning direct contacts and specific influences, cultural interaction between the Mycenaean world and the rest of Europe, and the role of Aegean material in discussions and interpretations of material found elsewhere.
Andrea Vianello, ‘Late Bronze Age Aegean trade routes in the western Mediterranean’ [7-34].
Li Winter, ‘From diffusion to interaction: Connections between the Nordic area and Valcamonica during the first millennium’ [35-56].
Michael Wedde, ‘On the alleged connection between the Early Greek Galley and the Water-
craft of Nordic rock art’ [57-72].
Helène Whittaker, ‘Warfare and religion in the Bronze Age’ [73-94].
Gullög Nordquist‚ ‘Perspectives on the “Bronze Age”’ [95- 103].