Joshua D. Englehardt & Donna M. Nagle
AJA 115.3 (2011): 329-353.
This article examines evidence for external influences on developing Mycenaean architecture, specifically at Pylos, during the Middle to Late Bronze Age.
Hesperia 80.3 (2011): 337-379.
Floral imagery plays a major role in Minoan art, and the crocus has long been recognized as an important motif. Previous studies, however, have been narrowly focused on specific materials or interpretations, thereby obscuring the richness of crocus iconography and its meanings.
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Aegeus - Society of Aegean Prehistory is happy to invite you to submit papers for publication in its new journal, Aegean Studies. Aegean Studies accepts papers which present new theoretical approaches and innovative means of data analysis with the aim of illuminating and explaining the Prehistory and Early Iron Age of the Aegean and its neighbouring areas.
A significant funding from the J.F. Costopoulos Foundation
Aegeus - Society of Aegean Prehistory would like to thank the J.F. Costopoulos Foundation for kindly funding the Society with 4.000 Euros. The funding will be used towards the Society’s new project, aiming to create a digital collection of about 10,000 illustrations of prehistoric material from the Aegean. The illustrations come from old publications of well known archaeologists (e.g. H. Schliemann, Chr. Tsountas, A. Evans) and have no copyright.
A new rescue excavation, directed by Dr Andonis Vasilakis, Director of the 35th Ephoreia has taken place in August to October 2011 at the location ‘Riza’ near the village Tzannata/Poros, in the island of Kefalonia.
Mycenaean woodworking tools used in shipbuilding (in Greek)
University of Athens 2010
The target set has been pursued through recording, examination and classification of the available archaeological data, gathering the sources (literature, iconography, archeological parallels, preserved traces), reconstructing the findings (casting, elaboration of the metallic parts, reconstruction of the hafts), using the reconstructed tools and evaluating them through the reconstruction of a fraction of the Uluburun hull ...
Le site archéologique de Dikili Tash est principalement un site d’habitat préhistorique, occupé à l’époque néolithique (6400-4000 av. J.-C.) et à l’âge du Bronze (3000-1100 av. J.-C.).
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Embodied Identities in the Prehistoric Eastern Mediterranean: Convergence of Theory and Practice
University of Cyprus, 11-12 April 2012, Nicosia, Cyprus
Deadline: 15 December 2011
The conference will focus on issues of identity (personal, social, ethnic, gender and religious) as constructed, experienced and performed through the physical body in prehistoric societies.