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ΒΙΒΛΙΑ | 2011

Radamante al computer. Archeologia e informatica nel mondo minoico: l’esperienza catanese. Atti delle giornate di studio, Catania 11 e 28 novembre 2008

Caltanissetta 2011

Radamante al computer. Archeologia e informatica nel mondo minoico: l’esperienza catanese. Atti delle giornate di studio, Catania 11 e 28 novembre 2008 Πρόκειται για τη δημοσίευση δύο ημερίδων που έλαβαν χώρα στις 11 και 28 Νοεμβρίου 2008 στην Κατάνια της Ιταλίας. Το θέμα των ημερίδων αφορά στις ψηφιακές εφαρμογές στην αρχαιολογία της Μινωικής Κρήτης. Τα άρθρα είναι γραμμένα στα Ιταλικά και στα Αγγλικά.

Inseln der Winde. Die maritime Kultur der bronzezeitlichen Ägäis

Heidelberg 2011

Inseln der Winde. Die maritime Kultur der bronzezeitlichen Ägäis Die Ägäis erlebte in der Bronzezeit eine rasante kulturelle Entwicklung, bei der das maritime Element eine entschei­dende Rolle spielte. Zuerst waren es die Kykladen-Bewohner und später die Minoer, die seetüchtige Boote und Schiffe entwickelt haben, mit denen sie die wichtigsten maritimen Wege beherrschten.

ΣΤΕΓΑ: The Archaeology of Houses and Households in Ancient Crete

Princeton 2011

ΣΤΕΓΑ: The Archaeology of Houses and Households in Ancient Crete This volume presents the papers of an international colloquium on the archaeology of houses and households in ancient Crete held in Ierapetra in May 2005. The name of the conference—and of the present volume—was inspired by the “Great Code” of Gortyn, where stega (literally, “roof”) is used to refer to the “house” both as a building and as an important element of a citizen’s “household.” Indeed, understanding the relationship between “house” as physical structure and “household” as social unit remains among the fundamental goals and challenges of household archaeology in any time period or geographical location.

Interweaving Worlds: Systemic Interactions in Eurasia, 7th to the 1st Millennia BC.

Oxford/Oakville 2011

Interweaving Worlds: Systemic Interactions in Eurasia, 7th to the 1st Millennia BC. How do we understand the systemic interactions that took place in and between different regions of prehistoric Eurasia and their consequences for individuals, groups and regions on both a theoretical and empirical basis? Such interactions helped create economic and cultural spheres that were mutually dependent yet distinct.

The Early Bronze Age Village on Tsoungiza Hill

Princeton 2011

The Early Bronze Age Village on Tsoungiza Hill While "corridor houses" such as the House of the Tiles at Lerna have provoked widespread discussion about the origins of social stratification in Greece, few settlements of the Early Bronze Age (ca. 3100 to 2000 B.C.) have been thoroughly excavated.

Mochlos IIC: Period IV. The Mycenaean Settlement and Cemetery. The Human Remains and Other Finds.

Philadelphia Pennsylvania 2011

Mochlos IIC: Period IV. The Mycenaean Settlement and Cemetery. The Human Remains and Other Finds. Excavations carried out at the Late Minoan III settlement and cemetery at Mochlos in eastern Crete yielded domestic artifacts, human remains, grave goods, and ecofactual material from 31 tombs and 11 houses. These objects are cataloged, discussed, and illustrated. Radiocarbon dates for the site are also presented.

Site, Artefacts and Landscape. Prehistoric Borġ in-Nadur, Malta

Monza 2011

Site, Artefacts and Landscape. Prehistoric Borġ in-Nadur, Malta The Bronze Age of the Maltese archipelago has long been overlooked by archaeologists whose attention has mostly been focused on the Late Neolithic temples. This book attempts to understand the islands’ Bronze Age society in the course of the second millennium BC by exploring the history of Borġ in-Nadur in south-east Malta.

Knossos Excavations 1957-61: Early Minoan

London 2011

Knossos Excavations 1957-61: Early Minoan From 1957 to 1961 the British School at Athens undertook an extensive programme of stratigraphical excavations at Knossos under Sinclair Hood, then Director of the School. This report publishes in detail the results of investigations into Early Minoan levels, which shed much new light on the era before the "Old Palace" was established.

Dynamics of Neolithisation in Europe. Studies in Honour of Andrew Sherratt

Oxford/Oakville 2011

Dynamics of Neolithisation in Europe. Studies in Honour of Andrew Sherratt Dynamics of Neolithisation in Europe examines the development of early agriculture in Neolithic Europe, drawing on the work of the late Professor Andrew Sherratt. His untimely death coincided with an important period of research that moved beyond searching for singular causal mechanisms behind the ‘neolithisation’ of Europe in favour of developing a better understanding of the complex interrelationships of cultural, ecological, economic and social factors.

Keos X. Ayia Irini: The Western Sector

Darmstadt 2011

Keos X. Ayia Irini: The Western Sector The book is a premature publication of Elizabeth Schofield, who died in 2005. It presents the Western Sector of the Ayia Irini site on Keos (Cyclades). Two features of the Late Bronze Age Western Sector are of particular importance for understanding the disposition of the settlement of Keos and the way it was reorganised in Periods VI (= LH I) and VII (= LH II).

On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomweights and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighbouring Regions (an International Archaeological Symposium held in Nicosia, November 6th-7th 2010)

Λευκωσία 2011

On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomweights and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighbouring Regions (an International Archaeological Symposium held in Nicosia, November 6th-7th 2010) The Eastern Mediterranean has been a field of cultural interaction since early prehistoric times (11th mill. BC). Due to the need for the acquisition of raw materials, ceramic technologies and metalwork, interaction became more intensive in the second half of the third millennium BC.

Prehistoric Crete. Regional and Diachronic Studies on Mortuary Systems

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 2011

Prehistoric Crete. Regional and Diachronic Studies on Mortuary Systems Since the inception of Minoan archaeology, studies pertaining to tombs and tomb deposits have played seminal roles in our understanding of Minoan culture and the reconstruction of Bronze Age society. For several geographical areas and chronological periods of Cretan history, tombs are the most abundant source of data.

Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age. Papers Presented to Jeremy B. Rutter on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday

Oxford 2011

Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age. Papers Presented to Jeremy B. Rutter on the Occasion of his 65th Birthday Most of us first encounter Festschriften when in graduate school. In the seminar at Bryn Mawr they were all grouped together on several shelves. There I became accustomed to expect, upon opening one, to see a formal photograph of a mature to ageing scholar in a formal suit or dress. Nowadays we generally have dispensed with these formalities, in part because of our changing use of the camera and perception of what the image should convey.

Η εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογική Εταιρεία. Οι Αρχαιολόγοι και οι ανασκαφές 1837-2011 (κατάλογος εκθέσεως)

Αθήνα 2011

Η εν Αθήναις Αρχαιολογική Εταιρεία. Οι Αρχαιολόγοι και οι ανασκαφές 1837-2011 (κατάλογος εκθέσεως) Η Αρχαιολογική Εταιρεία έχει ως κύριο έργο της την έρευνα και δημοσίευση των μνημείων της αρχαιότητος από τα απώτερα προϊστορικά χρόνια έως σήμερα. Το έργο της των 174 ετών που πέρασαν από την ίδρυσή της είναι το αποτέλεσμα της μελέτης και των προσπαθειών πολλών ανθρώπων, φιλάρχαιων και αρχαιολόγων.