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ΑΡΘΡΑ | 2016

Spherulites and aspiring elites: the identification, distribution, and consumption of Giali obsidian (Dodecanese, Greece)

Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 29.1 (2016): 3-36

This paper details the results of a survey of the obsidian sources on the island of Giali in the Dodecanese, Greece, together with a review of these raw materials’ use from the Mesolithic to the Late Bronze Age (ninth to second millennium Cal BC).

Reciprocity: a response

Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 29.1 (2016): 111-118

This response to a set of wide-ranging papers on the dimensions of reciprocity in Bronze Age Greece introduces three areas for further research, in order to expand the framework in terms of gender, space, and time.

Iron Age reciprocity

Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 29.1 (2016): 104-111

This paper focuses on reciprocity in the context of Bronze Age collapse and early Iron Age ‘reboot’. The highest level of Mycenaean hierarchy collapsed, but neither the entire system, nor the entire ideology, vanished with the palaces: the basileus and a warrior elite survived and moved into places of authority.

Reciprocity in Aegean palatial societies: gifts, debt, and the foundations of economic exchange

Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 29.1 (2016): 61-132

This collection of papers is the third and final installment in a series meant to update the archaeological study of Aegean Bronze Age economies based on current research in economic anthropology and new archaeological and textual data from Minoan and Mycenaean states.

Aegean Prehistory without Schliemann

Hesperia 85.1 (January-March 2016): 91-119

When Heinrich Schliemann appeared in the Aegean in the 1870s, prehistoric archaeology in Greece was headed for a future very different from the one that subsequently materialized.