The Galatas Survey: The Socio-Economic and Political Development of a Contested Territory in Central Crete during the Neolithic to Ottoman Periods [Hardback]

L. Vance Watrous (Author); D. Matthew Buell (Author); Eleni Kokinou (Author); Pantelis Soupios (Author); Apostolos Sarris (Author)

ISBN: 9781931534895 | Published by: INSTAP Academic Press (Institute for Aegean Prehistory) | Series: Prehistory Monographs | Volume: 55 | Year of Publication: 2018 | Language: English 460p, H279 x W216 (mm) 20 tables, 37 b/w figures, 72 b/w plates

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The Galatas Survey


This volume explores the results of the American archaeological survey (2005–2007) carried out around the area of Galatas in Central Crete. It traces the socioeconomic and political development of the Galatas area and its relations with other areas of Crete during the Neolithic–Ottoman periods. Two powerful rival centers in Crete, Knossos/Herakleion and Kastelli/Lyttos, brought the Galatas area under their control at various times in history. The changes in local socioeconomic and political conditions are documented as Galatas came under the direct control of states elsewhere in Crete and overseas.

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