BOOKS | 2009
Princeton, N.J. 2009The papers in this book reflect current studies being conducted in the field of bioarchaeology in Greece. The authors present material ranging in date from the Palaeolithic to modern times. Biological anthropologists working in the Mediterranean region can draw on a wealth of archaeological and documentary evidence to inform their hypotheses. This book shows how scientific approaches to the past are shedding new light on previously insoluble questions. In addition to presenting a number of case studies, the editors provide a synthetic survey of the subject.
Archaeological Work on Thessaly and Central Greece, 2. Volos 16.3 – 19.3.2006. Vol. I: Thessaly. Vol. ΙΙ: Central Greece
The two volumes publish the proceedings of the Archaeological Work on Thessaly and Central Greece, held in Volos in March 2006. There are 85 papers concerning the period from the prehistoric to Ottoman times. The first volume is dedicated to Thessaly (53 papers), while the second one to Central Greece (32 papers). Most of the papers are in Greek; a few are in English, French and Italian.