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ΒΙΒΛΙΑ | 2017

Ayia Sotira. A Mycenaean Chamber Tomb Cemetery in the Nemea Valley, Greece

Philadelphia 2017

Ayia Sotira. A Mycenaean Chamber Tomb Cemetery in the Nemea Valley, Greece This volume is the final publication of the results of excavation of six Mycenaean chamber tombs in the Late Bronze Age cemetery of Ayia Sotira within the Nemea Valley of the Argolid region of Greece.The work presented includes artifactual and ecofactual remains such as pottery, jewelry, figurines, metal objects, human skeletons, and botanical remains.

Βιβλιοκρισία του E. R. Gebhard & T. E. Gregory (eds), Bridge of the Untiring Sea: The Corinthian Isthmus from Prehistory to Late Antiquity (Princeton 2015)

Journal of Hellenic Studies 137 (2017): 261-263

Salmon, J., Βιβλιοκρισία του: E. R. Gebhard & T. E. Gregory (eds), Bridge of the Untiring Sea: The Corinthian Isthmus from Prehistory to Late Antiquity (Princeton 2015), Journal of Hellenic Studies 137 (2017): 261-263

Βιβλιοκρισία του L. C. Langford-Verstegen with contributions by P. P. Betancourt, C. Davaras, S.C. Ferrence & E. Nodarou, Hagios Charalambos: a Minoan Burial Cave in Crete 2. The Pottery (Philadelphia 2016)

Journal of Hellenic Studies 137 (2017): 257-258

Haggis, D. C., Βιβλιοκρισία του: L. C. Langford-Verstegen with contributions by P. P. Betancourt, C. Davaras, S.C. Ferrence & E. Nodarou, Hagios Charalambos: a Minoan Burial Cave in Crete 2. The Pottery (Philadelphia 2016), Journal of Hellenic Studies 137 (2017): 257-258

Βιβλιοκρισία του A. Karetsou & L. Girella, Kalochoraphitis: Two Chamber Tombs from the LM IIIA2–B Cemetery. A Contribution to Postpalatial Funerary Practice in the Mesara (Padova 2015)

Journal of Hellenic Studies 137 (2017): 256-257

Galanakis, Y., Βιβλιοκρισία του: A. Karetsou & L. Girella, Kalochoraphitis: Two Chamber Tombs from the LM IIIA2–B Cemetery. A Contribution to Postpalatial Funerary Practice in the Mesara (Padova 2015), Journal of Hellenic Studies 137 (2017): 256-257

 

Minoan Earthquakes. Breaking the Myth through Interdisciplinarity

Leuven

Minoan Earthquakes. Breaking the Myth through Interdisciplinarity This volume, gathering the contributions of Minoan archaeologists, geologists, seismologists, palaeoseismologists, geophysicists, architects, and engineers, provides an up-to-date interdisciplinary appraisal of the role of earthquakes in Minoan society and in Minoan archaeology – what we know, what are the remaining issues, and where we need to go.

Troy VI Middle, VI Late and VII. The Mycenaean Pottery

Bonn

Troy VI Middle, VI Late and VII. The Mycenaean Pottery The Mycenaean pottery from the excavations of M. Korfmann is presented in detail. It is discussed by excavated area starting with the areas on the mound; this is followed by that from the buildings round the base of the mound, then by that from buildings in the central Lower Town; it concludes with the material from the Fortification Ditch. Within each area the pottery is presented stratigraphically.

Identifying the earliest Neolithic settlements in the southeastern Balkans: methodological considerations based on the recent geoarchaeological investigations at Dikili Tash (Greek eastern Macedonia)

Στο A. Reingruber, Z. Tsirtsoni, P. Nedelcheva 2017 (eds). Going West? The Dissemination of Neolithic Innovations between the Bosporus and the Carpathians. Proceedings of the EAA Conference, Instabul, 11 September 2014, Oxon-New York: 43-55.

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Archaeology and Homeric Epic

Oxford & Philadelphia

Archaeology and Homeric Epic Contributors explore a variety of issues including the relationships between visual and verbal imagery, the social contexts of epic (or sub-epic) creation or re-creation, the roles of bards and their relationships to different types of patrons and audiences, the construction and uses of ‘history’ as traceable through both epic and archaeology and the relationship between ‘prehistoric’ (oral) and 'historical' (recorded in writing) periods. Throughout, the emphasis is on context and its relevance to the creation, transmission, re-creation and manipulation of epic in the present (or near-present) as well as in the ancient Greek past.

Archaeology and Homeric Epic

Oxford & Philadelphia 2017

Archaeology and Homeric Epic The relationship between the Homeric epics and archaeology has long suffered mixed fortunes, swinging between ‘fundamentalist’ attempts to use archaeology in order to demonstrate the essential historicity of the epics and their background, and outright rejection of the idea that archaeology is capable of contributing anything at all to our understanding and appreciation of the epics.