Temple University Aegean Symposium: A Compendium [Hardback]

Philip P. Betancourt (Editor)

ISBN: 9781931534826 | Published by: INSTAP Academic Press (Institute for Aegean Prehistory) | Year of Publication: 2015 | Language: English 620p,

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Temple University Aegean Symposium: A Compendium


The Temple University Aegean Symposium was an annual event from 1976 until 1985 sponsored by the Department of Art History at Temple University in Philadelphia, PA. Each year, the symposium focused on a specific theme in Aegean Bronze Age art and archaeology. This book is a collection of the 10 volumes of articles that were published. Aside from incorporating errata, the articles are unchanged from the original publications. A new Preface and page numbering system are included in this compendium.

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"Perhaps the best use for the volume (which, it has to be said, is very reasonably priced) would be as a training ground for beginners in postgraduate research in Aegean prehistory, to see if they can identify arguments based on once prevalent but questionable assumptions, or conclusions about material that have been called into question, if not made obsolete, by new finds, or challenge them to come up with counter-arguments that have simply not been considered to hypotheses advanced. Therange of topics considered offers quite a wide choice of examples where this could be beneficial."
Oliver Dickinson
Journal of Greek Archaeology (06/12/2016)

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