Creta Antica 10/II (2009): 353-372.
The specific outlook and reach of administration in Prepalatial Crete is the topic of heated debate. The materials most frequently implicated in this debate are clay sealings, usually taken as a clear demonstration of administrative concerns.
MOSAIKjournal 1 (2010): 67-126.
This paper investigates aspects of community identity in the Aegean Islands and Crete through examination of their domestic environments, between c. 1200–900 BC, a period when Cycladic, Eastern Aegean islands and Crete were engaged in different social developments.
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Aegean Book Reviews
Georgakopoulou, M., 2011. Review of P.P. Betancourt (ed.), 2006. The Chrysokamino Metallurgy Workshop and its Territory, Princeton, New Jersey: ASCSA.
The present monograph marks the first comprehensive publication of a systematically excavated prehistoric metal production workshop in the Aegean. Although other broadly contemporaneous slag heaps are known in this region, the site of Chrysokamino in north-eastern Crete represents a particularly interesting, in many ways distinctive, example.
Mainland Polychrome Pottery in Mainland Greece and the Aegean
University of Athens, 2011
Τhe subject of the thesis is a very impressive pottery ware, that bears decoration of two –or sometimes three- colors. The ware is known as “Mainland Polychrome” and makes its appearance at the dawn of the Late Bronze Age.
Destruction. Archaeological, philological and historical perspectives
Louvain-la-Neuve, Belgium, 24-25-26 November 2011
Deadline: 30 April 2011
This international round table proposes to explore the various aspects of the destruction phenomenon. It follows three earlier attempts to discuss the same issue. Destruction refers to some form of damage inflicted to an object, a system or a being.
Staging Death: Funerary Performance, Architecture and Landscape in the Aegean
113th Archaeological Institute of America Annual Meeting, Philadelphia, Jan. 5-8, 2012
Deadline: 25 March 2011
In the Aegean, the concept of funerary performance has been explored primarily through the study of cultic implements and artifacts employed in ceremonial processions, libations, feasting, the treatment, adornment and purification of bodies, offerings to the deceased etc.
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Grants & Job Vacancies
P.M. Warren Visiting Professorship in Aegean Prehistory
Deadline: 05 April 2011
The Bristol Institute of Greece Rome and the Classical Tradition, thanks to a generous donation by the Institute for Aegean Prehistory, will host a Visiting Professorship in Aegean Prehistory during the Academic Year 2011/12.
The production and trade of Cypriot copper in the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age
Deadline: 31 March 2011
This research fellowship focuses on the production and trade of Cypriot copper during the Late Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age.
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