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Die Synchronisierung der nördlichen Levante und Kilikiens mit der ägäischen Spätbronzezeit

Tobias Mühlenbruch

Die Synchronisierung der nördlichen Levante und Kilikiens mit der ägäischen Spätbronzezeit

Πόλη: Wien

Έτος: 2009

Εκδότης: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften

Σειρά: Denkschriften der Gesamtakademie Band LV / Contributions to the Chronology of the Eastern Mediterranean Volume XIX

Περιγραφή: Μαλακό εξώφυλλο, 180 σ., πίνακες, 18 ασπρόμαυρες εικόνες, 30,5x23,5 εκ.

Περίληψη (στα Αγγλικά)

For several decades we know quite a lot of sites in the northern Levant which yield Aegean finds, especially Mycenaean pottery and figurines. This study contains a catalogue of Mycenaean pottery, imported as well as locally made, found in Syria, the Lebanon and Cilicia in undisturbed contexts. These are of particular importance for the synchronization with sites in Southern Greece. There, the typology of the Mycenaean pottery is ensured by several settlement sequences.

In a first step the contexts of each site are described and specified. Second, there is a list of the finds found in these contexts and a detailed description and dating of the sherds and vessels by using the present-day standards. For each of the 25 sites a historical summary is given.

Besides the dating, another potential of the Mycenaean pottery could be exploited, concerning the question of their ‘value’ and ‘meaning’ by studying their contexts. Unfortunately, only a few sites offered the possibility to investigate the contexts of the Mycenaean vessels as well as the contexts of the local and the imported Cypriot pottery. By dealing with imported objects, also the trade networks in the Eastern Mediterranean in the course of the Late Bronze Age had to be studied.

Περιεχόμενα

Bibliographisches Abkürzungsverzeichnis [7]

Vorwort des Herausgebers [9]

Vorwort [11]

 

1. Einleitung [13]

2. Forschungsgeschichte [15]

3. Quellenlage [19]

4. Methode [21]

5. Vergleichende Stratigraphie [25]

Soli Höyük [25]

Kilise Tepe [25]

Mersin [27]

Sirkeli Höyük (Lawazantiya?) [28]

Kinet Höyük [28]

Tell Djinderis/Gindaros [28]

Tell Tayinat [28]

Tell Atchana (Alalach) [29]

Tell Afis [32]

Ras Shamra (Ugarit) [39]

Ras Ibn Hani [50]

Tell Tweini (Gibala) [55]

Tell Sūkās (Shuksi) [55]

Tell Darūk (Usnu?) [56]

Arab al-Mulk (Paltos) [56]

Tell Kazel (Sumur?) [57]

Mišrife (Qaṭna) [67]

Tell Arqa (Irqata) [68]

Byblos (Gubla) [70]

Beirut (Biruta) [72]

Sidon (Siduna) [72]

Kāmid el-Lōz (Kumidi) [75]

Tell ẹs-Ṣaliḥiyeh [81]

Sarafand (Sarepta) [81]

Tyros (Surri) [87]

6. Zum „Handel“ zwischen Südgriechenland und der nördlichen Levante [89]

7. Zur spätbronzezeitlichen Bedeutung von Importen [109]

8. Zusammenfassung und historische Auswertung [151]

9. Stratigraphie comparée der aussagekräftigsten Fundorte der nördlichen Levante mit mykenischer Keramik [155]

Bibliographie [157]


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