ARTICLES | 2018
Grinding cereals and pulses in the Neolithic site of Kleitos: an experimental investigation of microconglomerate grinding equipment, final products and use wear
Journal of Greek Archaeology 3 (2018): 23-45
Parting the waters. Middle Palaeolithic archaeology in the central Ionian Sea
Journal of Greek Archaeology 3 (2018): 1-22
The Acceptance of the Greek Solution for Linear B
Hesperia 87.1 (2018): 1-16This article focuses on the acceptance of Michael Ventris's decipherment of Linear B as an early form of Greek and concentrates primarily on its initial reception in North America. It highlights the significant roles in the process played by two American scholars, Carl Blegen of the University of Cincinnati and Sterling Dow of Harvard University.
European Bronze Age Symbols in Prehistoric Greece? Reconsidering Bronze Shields and Spears from Delphi in Their Wider Context
Hesperia 87.2 (2018): 279-309Enigmatic objects from various sites in the eastern Mediterranean are modeled after shields that have a V-notch symbol, which are found widely across Europe. While the pieces from Greece are conventionally dated to the 8th to 7th century B.C., a recent reanalysis of one such shield from Delphi indicates that it was manufactured in the final centuries of the Bronze Age.
A Cist Tomb on the South Bank of the Eridanos in the Athenian Agora and the Middle Bronze Age in Athens
Hesperia 87.2 (2018): 215-277This article reexamines an early tomb beneath the south annex of the Stoa Basileios in the Athenian Agora and argues that it is Middle Helladic in date, rather than Submycenaean as suggested in a preliminary report. An associated deposit of Middle Helladic pottery is presented, with a detailed treatment of fabrics and shapes.
Rethinking Standardization: the Social Meanings of Mycenaean Metal Cups
Oxford Journal of Archaeology 37.2 (2018): 147-163Standardization can be conceptualized as a scale, from unique bespoke artefacts to uniform items produced on a factory line. It is usually analyzed in terms of whole objects, but is also applicable to their individual traits, such as shape, material, size, decoration or colour.
The Phaistos Disk: A New Way of Viewing the Language Behind the Script
Oxford Journal of Archaeology 37.4 (2018): 373-410This paper outlines a new linguistics‐based method of investigating the languages behind the undeciphered members of the Bronze Age Aegean family of syllabic scripts.
Review of K. Aktypi, The Mycenaean Cemetery at Agios Vasileios, Chalandritsa, in Achaea (Oxford 2017)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.10.04
Aamodt, C., Review of: Κ. Aktypi, The Mycenaean Cemetery at Agios Vasileios, Chalandritsa, in Achaea (Oxford 2017), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018.10.04
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