ΑΡΘΡΑ | 2016
Στο E. Photos-Jones, Y. Bassiakos, E. Filippaki, A. Hein, I. Karatasios, V. Kilikoglou & E. Kouloumpi (eds), 2016. Proceedings of the 6th Symposium of the Hellenic Society for Archaeometry (Bar International Series 2780), Oxford: 207-214.
It is to be noted here that it is the first time that such old luminescence ages have been reported for Greek coastal sediments. This paper presents preliminary luminescence dating results with special focus on the performance of the PIRIR290 methodology. Palaeoenvironmental implications of the obtained PIRIR290 ages are also discussed.
Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 403-405
Kotsakis, K., Βιβλιοκρισία του: E. C. Banks, Lerna: a Preclassical Site in the Argolid. Volume VII: the Neolithic Settlement (Princeton 2015), Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 403-405
Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 420-424
Déderix, S., Βιβλιοκρισία του: Y. Papadatos & C. Sofianou, Livari Skiadi. A Minoan Cemetery in Southeast Crete. Volume I. Excavation and Finds (Philadelphia 2005), Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 420-424
Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 424
Dakouri-Hild, A., Βιβλιοκρισία του: C. Wiersma, Building the Bronze Age: architectural and social change on the Greek mainland during Early Helladic III, Middle Helladic and Late Helladic I (Groningen 2013), Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 424
Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 406-420
Valamoti, S. M., Βιβλιοκρισία του: E. Stefani, N. Merousis & A. Dimoula, A Century of Research in Prehistoric Macedonia 1912-2012 (Thessaloniki 2014), Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 406-420
Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 405-406
Dickinson, O., Βιβλιοκρισία του: P. P. Betancourt (ed.), Temple University Aegean Symposium: a Compendium (Philadelphia 2015), Journal of Greek Archaeology 1 (2016): 405-406
Quaternary International 407 (July 2016): 45-58
The long Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic sequence of Franchthi Cave is often quoted for the importance of its marine resources. The first coastal resources to be exploited, from the very beginning of the Upper Palaeolithic, were ornamental shell species. Fish was captured since at least the 13th millennium cal BC, and Franchthi is well known for the episode of intense tuna fishing in the Upper Mesolithic (8th millennium cal BC).
Quaternary International 403 (June 2016): 237-250
Palynological and sedimentological investigations carried out around the tell of Dikili Tash (Eastern Macedonia, Greece), one of the oldest Neolithic sites in Europe, improve our understanding of the evolution of the paleoenvironment from the Late Pleistocene to the Neolithic period (6500–3200 cal BC in this region).
Quaternary International 405 (June 2016): 31-41
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Third millennium B.C. anthropomorphic marble sculpture from the Aegean Cyclades, the so-called Early Cycladic figures and figurines, have fascinated art aficionados and scholars alike for over a century. This has led to a tremendous amount of aesthetic appreciation and monetary value for the aforementioned artifacts.
Quaternary International 424 (December 2016): 212-231
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The socio-economic processes during the Late Neolithic in northern Greece have been given little attention compared to earlier phases of this period. However, several studies suggest interesting phenomena such as shifts in settlement patterns and ceramic production, possibly entailing processes of intense group interactions and increasing territorialization.
It is with great pleasure that I accepted the invitation to present this handsome book about the ancient acropolis of Koukounaries on Paros. A first account about a rare Aegean acropolis, it contains the result of meticulous and systematic excavations carried out between 1976 and 1992 by Demetrius -Umberto Schilardi, Ephor of Antiquities, Emeritus, and his collaborators. Koukounaries is considered one of the most ancient acropolis sites in the Aegean.
Στο Μ. Λαγογιάννη-Γεωργακαράκου (επιμ.) 2016. Οδύσσειες, Αθήνα: 123-136.
Στο Μ. Λαγογιάννη-Γεωργακαράκου (επιμ.) 2016. Οδύσσειες, Αθήνα: 97-106.
Στο Μ. Λαγογιάννη-Γεωργακαράκου (επιμ.) 2016. Οδύσσειες, Αθήνα: 91-96.
Στο Μ. Λαγογιάννη-Γεωργακαράκου (επιμ.) 2016. Οδύσσειες, Αθήνα: 83-90.