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ΒΙΒΛΙΟΚΡΙΣΙΕΣ | 2009

Βιβλιοκρισία του: Geometrische Keramik. Deutschland, Bd. 85. Berlin, Antikenmuseum ehemals Antiquarium, Bd. 10. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum

Bryn Mawr Classical Review

Moore, M.B., 2009. Online review of C. Dehl-von Kaenel, Geometrische Keramik. Deutschland, Bd. 85. Berlin, Antikenmuseum ehemals Antiquarium, Bd. 10. Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum (München 2009), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2009.09.49.

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Βιβλιοκρισία του: Anatolian Interfaces: Hittites, Greeks and Their Neighbours: Proceedings of an International Conference on Cross-cultural Interaction, September 17-19, 2004, Emory University, Atlanta, GA

Bryn Mawr Classical Review

Burke, B., 2009. Online review of B.J. Collins, M.R. Bachvarova & I. Rutherford (eds), Anatolian Interfaces: Hittites, Greeks and Their Neighbours: Proceedings of an International Conference on Cross-cultural Interaction, September 17-19, 2004, Emory University, Atlanta, GA. (Oxford 2008), Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2009.12.14.

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Contrasting subsistence strategies in the Early Iron Age? – New results from the Alföld plain, Hungary, and the Thracian plain, Bulgaria

Oxford Journal of Archaeology 28.2 (May 2009): 155-187.

What can students of the past do to establish the predominant land-use and settlement practices of populations who leave little or no artefactual discard as a testament to their lifeways? The traditional answer, especially in Eastern Europe, is to invoke often exogenous nomadic pastoralists whose dwelling in perpetuo mobile was based on yurts, minimal local ceramic production and high curation levels of wooden and metal containers.

The Minoan fallacy: Cultural diversity and mortuary behaviour on Crete at the beginning of the Bronze Age

Oxford Journal of Archaeology 28.1 (February 2009): 29-57.

We are becoming increasingly aware of regional data patterning in the archaeological record of Prepalatial Crete, yet a theoretically informed and methodologically systematic study assessing the significance of such differences is still lacking. This article investigates variation through the rich mortuary record of the period and explores the significance of such diversity for our understanding of Prepalatial Crete.

Beyond ethnicity: The overlooked diversity of group identities

Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 22.1 (2009): 101-126.

This article challenges the current tendency in archaeology to assume an ethnic basis for group identity. Archaeology has rehabilitated the concept of ethnicity over the last decade, embracing a theoretically sensitive model of it as both socially constructed and socially constructing, as flexible, embodied and hybridised. The success of this model has been such that group identities are often assumed to be ethnic without investigation.

ΠΕΡΙΦEΡΕΙΑ. Étude régionale de la Crète aux Minoen Récent II-IIIB (1450-1200 av. J.-C.). 1. La Crète centrale et occidentale

Louvain-la-Neuve

ΠΕΡΙΦEΡΕΙΑ. Étude régionale de la Crète aux Minoen Récent II-IIIB (1450-1200 av. J.-C.). 1. La Crète centrale et occidentale À la croisée de l’Âge d'or de la civilisation minoenne et de l'Âge du Fer, les 250 ans d'histoire de la société crétoise couverts par cet ouvrage représentent une période encore fortement débattue (1450-1200 av. J.-C.). Cette problématique historique spécifique, résumée sous l’appellation de « Crète mycénienne », s’est longtemps concentrée sur le site majeur de Knossos et les relations variées entre les sociétés complexes de la Crète et de la Grèce continentale.