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  1. Karia and the Dodekanese

    Karia and the Dodekanese: Cultural Interrelations in the Southeast Aegean I Late Classical to Early Hellenistic [Hardback]

    Birte Poulsen (Editor); Poul Pedersen (Editor); John Lund (Editor)

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    ISBN: 9781789255102
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    The papers in Karia and the Dodekanese, Vol. I, focus on regional developments and interregional relations in western Asia Minor and the Dodekanese during the Late Classical and Early Hellenistic period. Throughout antiquity, this region was a dyn... .... Learn More
  2. Karia and the Dodekanese

    Karia and the Dodekanese: Cultural Interrelations in the Southeast Aegean II Early Hellenistic to Early Byzantine [Hardback]

    Birte Poulsen (Editor); Poul Pedersen (Editor); John Lund (Editor)

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    ISBN: 9781789255140
    Published by : Oxbow Books
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    Karia and the Dodekanese, Vol. II, presents new research that highlights cultural interrelations and connectivity in the Southeast Aegean and western Asia Minor over a period of more than 700 years. Throughout antiquity, this region was a dynamic ... .... Learn More
  3. On the Edge of a Roman Port

    On the Edge of a Roman Port: Excavations at Koutsongila, Kenchreai, 2007–2014 [Paperback]

    Elena Korka (Editor); Joseph L. Rife (Editor)

    £130.00

    ISBN: 9780876615546
    Published by : American School of Classical Studies at Athens
    Series: Hesperia Supplement
    Volume: 52
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    Between 2007 and 2014, a Greek-American team investigated an impressive array of Early Roman to Early Byzantine buildings and burials on the Koutsongila Ridge at Kenchreai. This volume presents the project’s final results, revealing abundant evide... .... Learn More
  4. Towards a Social Bioarchaeology of the Mycenaean Period

    Towards a Social Bioarchaeology of the Mycenaean Period: Bones, mortuary practice, and ideological shifts in the Late Bronze Age cemetery of Voudeni in Achaea, Greece [Paperback]

    Ioanna Moutafi (Author)

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    ISBN: 9781789254822
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    This book investigates the complex relationship between funerary treatment and wider social dynamics through a contextual analysis of human skeletal remains and associated mortuary data from Voudeni, an important Mycenaean (1400-1050 BC) chamber t... .... Learn More
  5. Hellenistic Architecture and Human Action

    Hellenistic Architecture and Human Action: A Case of Reciprocal Influence [Paperback]

    Annette Haug (Editor); Asja Müller (Editor)

    £40.00

    ISBN: 9789088909092
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    Series: Scales of Transformation
    Volume: 10
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    This book examines the mutual influence of architecture and human action during a key period of history: the Hellenistic age. During this era, the profound transformations in the Mediterranean’s archaeological and historical record are detectable,... .... Learn More
  6. Hellenistic Architecture and Human Action

    Hellenistic Architecture and Human Action: A Case of Reciprocal Influence [Hardback]

    Annette Haug (Editor); Asja Müller (Editor)

    £120.00

    ISBN: 9789088909108
    Published by : Sidestone Press
    Series: Scales of Transformation
    Volume: 10
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    This book examines the mutual influence of architecture and human action during a key period of history: the Hellenistic age. During this era, the profound transformations in the Mediterranean’s archaeological and historical record are detectable,... .... Learn More
  7. Potters at Work in Ancient Corinth

    Potters at Work in Ancient Corinth: Industry, Religion, and the Penteskouphia Pinakes [Paperback]

    Eleni Hasaki (Author)

    £65.00

    ISBN: 9780876615539
    Published by : American School of Classical Studies at Athens
    Series: Hesperia Supplement
    Volume: 51
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    An unparalleled assemblage of Archaic black-figure painted plaques was uncovered near Penteskouphia, a village west of ancient Corinth, over a century ago. The plaques—represented by over 1,200 fragments—and their depictions of gods, warriors, ani... .... Learn More
  8. The Fight for Greek Sicily

    The Fight for Greek Sicily: Society, Politics, and Landscape [Paperback]

    Melanie Jonasch (Editor)

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    ISBN: 9781789253566
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    The island of Sicily was a highly contested area throughout much of its history. Among the first to exert strong influence on its political, cultural, infrastructural, and demographic developments were the two major decentralized civilizations of ... .... Learn More
  9. Collapse and Transformation

    Collapse and Transformation: The Late Bronze Age to Early Iron Age in the Aegean [Hardback]

    Guy D. Middleton (Editor)

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    ISBN: 9781789254259
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    The years c. 1250 to 1150 BC in Greece and the Aegean are often characterised as a time of crisis and collapse. A critical period in the long history of the region and its people and culture, they witnessed the end of the Mycenaean kingdoms, with ... .... Learn More
  10. The Masons' Marks of Minoan Knossos

    The Masons' Marks of Minoan Knossos [Hardback]

    Sinclair Hood (Author); Lisa Bendall (Editor)

    £130.00

    ISBN: 9780904887716
    Published by : British School at Athens
    Series: BSA Supplementary Volume
    Volume: 49
    The signs known as ‘masons’ marks’ were carved on blocks of stone in Bronze Age Crete over a period of some 500 years from around 2000 BC until the middle of the 15th century bc. The earliest examples seem to occur at Knossos, dating from the time... .... Learn More

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