Roland Étienne, Nota Kourou, Eva Simantoni-BourniaAthens 2013
Μια συλλογική επιστημονική μελέτη, με σκοπό την προβολή της ιστορίας της Τήνου έως τους ύστερους ρωμαϊκούς χρόνους, με επιστημονικά κριτήρια που στοιχειοθετούνται από τις αρχαιολογικές ανασκαφές στην Τήνο και τις Κυκλάδες, από μαρτυρίες γραπτών πηγών της αρχαιότητας και τη διεθνή βιβλιογραφία.
Um die Mitte des 9. Jhs. v. Chr. bringen die Töpfer und Vasenmaler auf Kreta einen eigenwilligen geometrischen Keramikstil hervor, dessen Hauptmerkmale kurvolineare Ornamente und erste figürliche Darstellungen nach dem Ende der bronzezeitlichen minoischen Kultur sind. Besonders die Ornamente - Schlaufenlinien, Spiralen und Flechtbänder - sind in der Forschung häufig auf nahöstlichen Einfluss zurückgeführt worden.
On the 13th of December 2010, a small group of Early Iron Age specialists from Greece and Cyprus, who represent two generations of Greek scholars that have followed in the footsteps of Professor J. N. Coldstream, met at the Archaeological Research Unit of the University of Cyprus to honour his memory.
This volume is the first comprehensive archaeological catalogue of all the extant inscriptions written in the un-deciphered syllabary of Late Bronze Age Cyprus (1500-1200 BC): the so-called Cypro-Minoan script.
Edited by Maria Relaki & Despina CatapotiNew York & London 2013
Within archaeological studies, land tenure has been mainly studied from the viewpoint of ownership. A host of studies has argued about land ownership on the basis of the simple co-existence of artefacts on the landscape; other studies have tended to extrapolate land ownership from more indirect means.
Το βιβλίο αυτό έχει σκοπό να φωτίσει πτυχές της οικονομίας και της κοινωνίας του προϊστορικού Αιγαίου, στη μινωική και μυκηναϊκή εποχή, που άπτονται του πρωτογενούς τομέα της οικονομίας και να διαλευκάνει τις σχέσεις μεταξύ κεντρικής εξουσίας και ιδιωτών στο νευραλγικό αυτό χώρο, πολύ σημαντικό για κάθε προϊστορική κοινωνία.
The importance of cultural contacts in the East Mediterranean has long been recognized and is the focus of ongoing international research. Fieldwork in the Aegean, Egypt, Cyprus, and the Levant continues to add to our understanding of the nature of this contact and its social and economic significance, particularly to the cultures of the Aegean.
Edited by Athanasia Kanta & Massimiliano Marazzi Napoli/Heraklion2013
The architecture of the Protopalatial period is a difficult subject which in the case of Monastiraki has not been addressed so far systematically, although its study has been going on for years. The present volume deals with the East Quarter of the palatial centre.
Edited by Georgia Karamitrou-MentesidiAiani, Kozani2013
The book publishes the results of the symposium “The Archaeological Work in Upper Macedonia” held in Heidelberg in 2011. The symposium was organised by the 30th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities in collaboration with the Institute of Classical Archaeology and the Society for the Study and Dissemination of Greek History based in Weilheim, Bavaria.
Τhis study, as indicated by its title, deals with female dress in Palatial Crete. Its primary object is to trace the social signiﬁcance of Minoan female dress by considering it as a code of extralexical communication. the theoretical and methodological proposal formulated, the approach to and study of the material and, ﬁnally, the interpretations offered, constitute one of the ways in which it is possible to explore questions relating to the construction of a personal image.
The fact that Aegean type pottery is found in Italy is of great importance when we consider the cultural contacts between the Apennine peninsula and the southern Balkans in the late Bronze Age. Ever since the 19th Century its interpretation has been subject of great controversy, the colonisation with the permanent presence of Aegean groups or commercial settlements have been taken into consideration as well as the modes of exchange and the significance of imports.
Edited by Konstantinos Kissas & Wolf-Dietriech NiemeierMünchen2013
To present the results of archaeological research in the Corinthia both to the academic community and the wider public, the LZ΄ Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities, in association with the Directorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities and the Athens department of the German Archaeological Institute, organized the international conference entitled »Corinthia and the Northeast Peloponnesus. Topography and History from Prehistoric Times until the End of Antiquity«.
The close relationship between photography and archaeology is widely acknowledged. Since its invention, photography has been an indispensable documentation tool for archaeology, while the development of digital technology has facilitated the growing needs of an archaeological excavation in recording and archiving.