Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory


Στρόφιλας Άνδρου

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 60 (2013): 42-43

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Ντικιλί Τας

Tο Έργον της εν Aθήναις Aρχαιολογικής Eταιρείας 60 (2013): 39-42

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Towards an absolute chronology for the Aegean Iron Age: new radiocarbon dates from Lefkandi, Kalapodi and Corinth

PLOS ONE (December 26, 2013)

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The small number of radiocarbon dates available for this time span is not sufficient to establish an absolute chronological sequence. Here we present a new set of short-lived radiocarbon dates from the sites of Lefkandi, Kalapodi and Corinth in Greece.

Death and burial in the age of the Cypriot city-kingdoms: social complexity based on the mortuary evidence

Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 370 (NOV. 2013): 145-168

The major tenet of this paper is that mortuary behavior is a vehicle of social and political change leading to a heightened awareness of identity at death. Through shifting portrayals of identity and changes in the mortuary record, it is possible to highlight developments in the sociopolitical landscape over time and between regions.

Eine frühmykenische Lanzenspitze des Typs Sesklo in der Antikensammlung Erlangen

Archäologischer Anzeiger 2013/2: 1-19

Spearheads of the Sesklo type are among the characteristic products of Late Middle Helladic metalworking. As a transitional form between the early Bronze Age leaf-shaped points and the socketed spearheads of the late Bronze Age they are noteworthy on account of their being shoe-socketed, a means of mounting the spearhead that is limited to the Aegean.

New archaeological sites and find on Zakynthos

Pharos 19 (2013): 127-159

The archaeology on Zakynthos is less well-known than that on the other Ionian islands. Partly, this is the result of a lack of archaeological research and partly because the archaeological record on the island shows a high degree of destruction and fragmentation.