ΒΙΒΛΙΟΚΡΙΣΙΕΣ | 2012
Current World Archaeology
Hilts, C., 2012. Review of John Bintliff, The Complete Archaeology of Greece: From Hunter Gatherers to the 20th Century AD (Oxford/Chichester 2012), Current World Archaeology 54 (2012): 63.
Chronika 2 (2012): 11-21.
The equipment and processes used to manufacture hammered metal vessels during the palatial periods of Bronze Age Crete have not previously been investigated in detail. The study described in this paper takes an interdisciplinary approach to the investigation of how these vessels were made, combining archaeological research with metalsmithing practice to reconstruct Minoan metal vessel production techniques.
Chronika 2 (2012): 22-30.
Between 2200 and 1900 B.C.E., the coastal site of Gournia on Crete grew substantially in size and population, eventually emerging as a regional center for production and export. At the same time, other sites in the Mirabello region were destroyed, and new sites were established in defensible locations.
Chronika 2 (2012): 92-102.
Although the frescoes excavated from Bronze Age sites on the Greek mainland provide evidence for female figures in the Mycenaean society, the hairstyles of these figures have not been studied in detail. As in many other ancient cultures, hairstyles were not only an exhibition of beauty and fashion, but they also represented certain age groups or a person’s social status.
Αρχαιολογική Εφημερίς 151 (2012): 141-199.
Στην περιοχή Κοντοπήγαδο του δήμου Αλίμου Αττικής υπήρχε χαμηλός λόφος με προιστορική κατοίκηση, από τον οποίο σήμερα σώζεται ένα μικρό μόνο τμήμα, μήκους 32 μ., πλάτους 21 μ. και ύψους μόλις 2 μ. πάνω από το κατάστρωμα του δυτικού παραδρόμου της λεωφόρου Βουλιαγμένης.
Heinrich Schliemann (1822-1890), a shrewd trader and later in life one of the best known archaeologists of the 19th century, made many travels around the world. He recorded his experiences in several diaries. This publication is a transcription and translation of Schliemann’s first travel diary: his European journey in the winter of 1846/47.
Scirpo, P.-D., 2012. Βιβλιοκρισία του: C. Paschalidis (with contribution by P.J.P. Mc George), The LMIII Cemetery at Tourloti, Siteia. The “Xanthoudidis Master” and the Octopus Style in East Crete (Oxford 2009), Κρητικά Χρονικά 32 (2012), 347-349
Les Chroniques de Préhméd
Bailly, M., 2012. Βιβλιοκρισία του: Jean Guilaine, François Briois & Jean-Denis Vigne (eds), Shillourokambos. Un établissement néolithique pré-céramique à Chypre. Les fouilles du secteur 1 (Athens/Paris 2011), Les Chroniques de Préhméd 30-05-2012.
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Archäologischer Anzeiger 2012/1: 1-14.
Until a few years ago, scientific research into the functioning of administrative processes in the late Aegean Bronze Age posited the exclusive existence of a public administrative apparatus that was directed primarily from the palaces.
Archäologischer Anzeiger 2012/2: 1-27.
The small number of securely datable pottery deposits on Minoan Crete poses one of the crucial problems of Neopalatial chronology. Zominthos, however, seems to be the exception to that rule. The ceramic assemblage found in the area of the pottery workshop derives from a sealed deposit par excellence and is thus of paramount chronological significance.
Kadmos 51 (2012): 51-70.
Los sustantivos masculinos de la primera declinación (temas en -ᾱ) presentan en micénicos un genitive en -α-ο.
Kadmos 51 (2012): 27-32.
J and E, the most frequent metrograms of Linear A archives, are reconsidered in their main occurrences, after the discovery of a new text that has been used to demonstrate the value J=1/2.
Kadmos 51 (2012): 33-49.
La discussion de la tablette linéaire A HT 123 présentée par R. et E. Cash suggére fortement que linéaire A ki-ro n’a pas la valeur de ‘deficit’, vel sim.
Kadmos 51 (2012): 71-174.
In 1987 a long (87.2 cm) bronze implement has been found in a fairly rich tomb of Palaepaphos-Skales, in the very core of the later Paphian syllabary. The tomb is dated C.G. I, i.e. between 1050 and 950.
Kadmos 51 (2012): 1-26.
The main problem with Linear A, as is well-known, is that such a script has not been deciphered yet. Problems relating with the decipherment are the small amount and extension of available texts, which prevent us from recognizing phonetic, morphological and syntactic rules, necessary for an accurate comparison with other known languages.