Aegean / Mediterranean Prehistory

The Prehistory of the Aegean and Mediterranean, including the great Bronze Age Helladic, Minoan and Cycladic civilizations, and the Mycenaeans and Etruscans.

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  1. Keos XI: Ayia Irini

    Keos XI: Ayia Irini: The Wall Paintings of the Northeast Bastion: Social Context and the Miniature Frieze [Hardback]

    £55.00

    ISBN: 9781931534970
    Published by : INSTAP Academic Press (Institute for Aegean Prehistory)
    Series: Prehistory Monographs
    Volume: 61
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
    This book presents the results of the study of the wall paintings from the Northeast Bastion at Ayia Irini, situating them within the wider social context of the island of Kea and the Aegean world. Like the spectacularly well-preserved town of Akr... .... Learn More
  2. Eudaimón. Studies in Honor of Jan Bouzek

    Eudaimón. Studies in Honor of Jan Bouzek [Hardback]

    Peter Pavúk (Editor); Věra Klontza-Jaklová (Editor); Anthony Harding (Editor)

    £35.00

    ISBN: 9788073087678
    Published by : Czech Institute of Egyptology
    Series: Opera Facultatis Philosophicae Universitatis Carolinae Pragensis
    Volume: 18
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    The book presents the contributions offered to Professor Jan Bouzek at the conference “Contacts, Migrations and Climate Change“ in honour of his 80th birthday held in May 2015 in Prague. The conference goal was not only to honour his exceptional p... .... Learn More
  3. Popular Religion and Ritual in prehistoric and ancient Greece and the eastern Mediterranean

    Popular Religion and Ritual in prehistoric and ancient Greece and the eastern Mediterranean [Paperback]

    Giorgos Vavouranakis (Editor); Konstantinos Kopanias (Editor); Chrysanthos Kanellopoulos (Editor)

    £32.00

    ISBN: 9781789690453
    Published by : Archaeopress
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    This volume features a group of select peer-reviewed papers by an international group of authors, both younger and senior academics and researchers. It has its origins in a conference held at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, whi... .... Learn More
  4. The Knossos Tablets

    The Knossos Tablets [Hardback]

    José L. Melena (Other); Richard J. Firth (Other)

    £55.00

    ISBN: 9781931534963
    Published by : INSTAP Academic Press (Institute for Aegean Prehistory)
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    The sixth edition of The Knossos Tablets brings for now to completion nearly 120 years of the study of the texts of the Linear B inscriptions from the preeminent Cretan palatial site of the late Minoan Bronze Age. Based on his career-long mastery ... .... Learn More
  5. To Die in Style! The residential lifestyle of feasting and dying in Iron Age Stamna, Greece

    To Die in Style! The residential lifestyle of feasting and dying in Iron Age Stamna, Greece [Paperback]

    Gioulika Christakopoulou (Author); Olga Christakopoulou (Author)

    £22.00

    ISBN: 9781784919351
    Published by : Archaeopress
    Symposium in Stamna both as a concept and as a process involved the presence of prominent citizens of the social establishment as testified by the large cauldrons, the tripod jars and the tripod vessels present. To Die in Style! The residential li... .... Learn More
  6. The Mycenaean Cemetery at Achaia Clauss near Patras: People, material remains and culture in context

    The Mycenaean Cemetery at Achaia Clauss near Patras: People, material remains and culture in context [Paperback]

    Constantinos Paschalidis (Author)

    £90.00

    ISBN: 9781784919191
    Published by : Archaeopress
    Not yet published - available for pre-order
    The Mycenaean Cemetery at Achaia Clauss near Patras: People, material remains and culture in context' comprises the study of the finds from the excavation of the Mycenaean cemetery of Clauss near Patras, carried out by the University of Ioannina a... .... Learn More
  7. The Marble Finds from Kavos and the Archaeology of Ritual

    The Marble Finds from Kavos and the Archaeology of Ritual [Hardback]

    Colin Renfrew (Editor); Olga Philaniotou (Editor); Neil Brodie (Editor); Giorgos Gavalas (Editor); Michael Boyd (Editor)

    £63.00

    ISBN: 9781902937779
    Published by : McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research
    Series: The sanctuary on Keros and the origins of Aegean ritual practice
    Volume: 3
    During the 1960s large numbers of Early Cycladic sculptures of marble, often broken, appeared on the illicit market. These were usually of the strikingly simple form of the folded-arm figure of marble long-known from the Early Cycladic cemeteries.... .... Learn More
  8. Winifred Lamb: Aegean Prehistorian and Museum Curator

    Winifred Lamb: Aegean Prehistorian and Museum Curator [Paperback]

    David W.J. Gill (Author)

    £30.00

    ISBN: 9781784918798
    Published by : Archaeopress
    Winifred Lamb was a pioneering archaeologist in the Aegean and Anatolia. She studied classics at Newnham College, Cambridge, and subsequently served in naval intelligence alongside J. D. Beazley during the final stages of the First World War. As w... .... Learn More
  9. Animal-Shaped Vessels from the Ancient World: Feasting with Gods, Heroes, and Kings

    Animal-Shaped Vessels from the Ancient World: Feasting with Gods, Heroes, and Kings [Hardback]

    Susanne Ebbinghaus (Editor)

    £40.00

    ISBN: 9780300237030
    Published by : Yale University Press
    Vessels shaped as bulls, lions, birds, donkeys, and other animals were routinely used to pour and drink liquids at feasts throughout the ancient world. Bringing together animal-shaped vessels from the Mediterranean, the Near and Far East, and the ... .... Learn More
  10. The Etruscans: 9th-2nd Centuries BC

    The Etruscans: 9th-2nd Centuries BC [Paperback]

    Raffaele D'Amato (Author)

    £11.99

    ISBN: 9781472828316
    Published by : Osprey
    Series: Elite
    Volume: 223
    Ancient Rome had deep roots in the 'Villanovan' culture that we call today the Etruscans. Their long-lived civilization can be traced to 900-750 BC in north-west Italy. They were a sea-faring people trading with and competing against Greek and Pho... .... Learn More

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