Vasiliki Eleni DimitriouAnnuario della Scuola archeologica di Atene e delle missioni italiane in Oriente XCII, Serie III.14 (2014) : 15-31
Apart from a brief publication (1930-1931), the findings of the excavation by D. Levi in 1922 of a Neolithic hut on the south slope of the Acropolis north of the Stoa of Eumenes and the archeological material he collected in 1923 from two small caves north of the temple of Asclepio have not been extensively studied or published.
Anna Georgiadou Bulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 138.1 (2014): 361-385
The present article discusses the issue of regional pottery workshops in Cyprus during the Geometric period. The detailed analysis of the pottery, which constitutes the principal record for this period, reveals new prospects for the study of the Cypro-Geometric horizon.
Élise MoreroBulletin de Correspondance Hellénique 138.1 (2014): 329-360
The Minoan site of Myrtos-Pyrgos has produced a wide range of Proto- and Neopalarial objects (faience, pottery, stone vessels, sealstones, etc.) that demonstrate a high level of craftsmanship and also the exist¬ence of an elite to consume them.
Die Ausgrabungen der spätbronzezeitlichen Siedlung von Çine-Tepecik, in der Çine-Ebene (Ebene des Marsyas) südlich des Mäanders gelegen, brachten sowohl eine starke Befestigungsmauer als auch Gebäude für Vorratshaltung zutage.
Εleni Chriazomenou, Christina Papoulia & Katerina KopakaIn J. Marreiros, N. Bicho, J.F. Gibaja (eds), International Conference on Use-Wear Analysis. Use-Wear 2012 (Cambridge 2014): 714-726
Macroscopic and microscopic analysis of a sample of flint and obsidian artefacts from an excavated area with LN/FN/EB finds on the island of Gavdos has revealed use-wear traces and organic residues, very possibly of the hafting arrangement, on a black flint tool which appears to be the hafted element of a sickle.
This paper focuses on the Helladic region of Bronze Age Greece, taking in the southern Greek mainland and the nearest islands, but also pays some attention to Mycenaean connections and exchange activity outside this region, particularly beyond the Aegean, since these have a considerable bearing on our understanding of Mycenaean civilisation.