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Aegeus Society For Aegean Prehistory

BOOKS | 2018

The Athenian Agora. The Early Iron Age. The Cemeteries

Princeton-New Jersey 2018

The Athenian Agora. The Early Iron Age. The Cemeteries This volume, the first of two dealing with the Early Iron Age deposits from the Athenian Agora, publishes the tombs from the end of the Bronze Age through the transition from the Middle Geometric to Late Geometric period. An introduction deals with the layout of the four cemeteries of the period, the topographical ramifications, periodization, and a synthesis of Athens in the Early Iron Age.

From the Foundations to the Legacy of Minoan Archaeology

Oxford-Philadelphia 2018

From the Foundations to the Legacy of Minoan Archaeology From the Foundations to the Legacy of Minoan Archaeology provides a range of new approaches to key issues in Minoan archaeology, inspired by Professor Keith Branigan’s long-standing contribution to the archaeology of Bronze Age Crete.

me-ka-ro-de. Mykenische Paläste als Dokument und Gestaltungsrahmen frühgeschichtlicher Sozialordung

Bonn 2018

me-ka-ro-de. Mykenische Paläste als Dokument und Gestaltungsrahmen frühgeschichtlicher Sozialordung Although architecture provides a decisive frame-work for many forms of social interaction, thus preconfiguring them, and simultaneously represents an expression and hence a product of social conventions, few connections have thus far been made between the scholarly study of architecture and the social history of Mycenaean Greece. The present study attempts to fill this research gap with respect to the palace complexes of the Peloponnese.

Review of M. C. Shaw & J. W. Shaw (eds), House X at Kommos. A Minoan Mansion by the Sea. Part 1: Architecture, Stratigraphy, and Selected Finds. An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete by the University of Toronto (Philadelphia 2012), & J. B. Rutter, House X at Kommos. A Minoan Mansion by the Sea. Part 2: The Pottery. An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete by the University of Toronto (Philadelphia 2017)

The Classical Review 68.2 (2018): 531-534

Dickinson, O., Review of: M. C. Shaw & J. W. Shaw (eds), House X at Kommos. A Minoan Mansion by the Sea. Part 1: Architecture, Stratigraphy, and Selected Finds. An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete by the University of Toronto (Philadelphia 2012), & J. B. Rutter, House X at Kommos. A Minoan Mansion by the Sea. Part 2:

Reconstructing Archaeological Sites: Understanding the Geoarchaeological Matrix

Oxford

Reconstructing Archaeological Sites: Understanding the Geoarchaeological Matrix Reconstructing Archaeological Sites offers an important text that puts the focus on basic theoretical and practical aspects of depositional processes in an archaeological site. It contains an in-depth discussion on the role of stratigraphy that helps determine how deposits are organised in time and space.

The Marble Finds from Kavos and the Archaeology of Ritual

Cambridge

The Marble Finds from Kavos and the Archaeology of Ritual The status of Kavos on Keros as the earliest maritime sanctuary in the world is documented by the present volume, which includes (in Part A) the full publication of the marble finds from the Special Deposit South at Keros. These constitute the largest assemblage of Early Cycladic sculptures and vessels ever recovered in a controlled excavation, although they were all found in fragmentary condition.