Sympozjum Egejskie, vol. 4
Papers in Aegean Archaeology
- Pages: 178 p.
- Size:210 x 297 mm
- Illustrations:12 b/w, 41 col., 5 tables b/w., 2 maps b/w, 7 maps color
- Publication Year:2024
- € 80,00 EXCL. VAT RETAIL PRICE
- ISBN: 978-2-503-61037-5
- ISBN: 978-2-503-61038-2
This volume in the Sympozjum Egejskie: Papers in Aegean Archaeology series showcases eleven further peer-reviewed papers on diverse themes from early career researchers working at the cutting-edge of studies on the prehistoric Aegean, and provides an invaluable insight into the state of the discipline and its future direction.
Stephanie Aulsebrook is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. She specialises in the Late Bronze Age metallurgy of Greece and the social role of metals in Mycenaean societies, especially at the site of Mycenae itself.
Katarzyna Żebrowska is a PhD candidate at the Faculty of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. She specialises in Italo- Aegean contacts, Aegean influences on Sicilian cultures and funerary architecture, especially in relation to landscape, as well as textile archaeology, in particular the functionality of textile tools.
Agata Ulanowska is an Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Archaeology, University of Warsaw. She specialises in textile archaeology, specifically textile production, weaving technology and the functionality of textile tools, Aegean seals and sealing practices in relation to textile production, as well as experimental and experiential archaeology
Sympozjum Egejskie. Papers in Aegean Archaeology is a peer- reviewed series that has been designed to fulfil the role of a platform for presenting and introducing a wide range of new research approaches and themes within the broad area of Aegean Archaeology. This is primarily achieved through showcasing the work of newcomers to the discipline, in other words those scholars who are currently at the beginning of their research career in the field of Aegean Archaeology, as well as scholars working outside the traditional university structure such as independent scholars, professional field archaeologists, museum curators and conservators. It is our hope that this series will serve as a concise guide to the most recent research undertaken by early career scholars and the diverse and inspiring new trends in the archaeology of the Prehistoric Aegean, as well as shining a light on the future direction of the discipline.
STEPHANIE AULSEBROOK, KATARZYNA ŻEBROWSKA & AGATA ULANOWSKA
Metal “Ring Idols”: a Material Approach to Metalworking in the Aegean Neolithic
The Cultural Practices of Bronze Age Aegean Societies as Demonstrated by Chipped Stone Assemblages: the North/South Debate Revisited
Early and Middle Bronze Age Zoomorphic Figurines and Depictions from the Present-Day Area of Bulgaria
The Settlement of the Trapeza (Eastern Achaea, Greece): an Insight into the Beginning of the Middle Helladic Period in Achaea
Exploring the Social Fabric of Ceramics Trough Firing Treatment. The Case of Middle Helladic Pottery
Storage Determines Design. The Example of the Minoan Hall
ANASTASIA M.A. VERGAKI
Naturalism and Movement in Bird Imagery from Minoan Crete and Thera
Between Crete and the Mainland: From the Neopalatial to the Mycenaean Cyclades
A Tale of a Mycenaean Palatial Town. Development of the Late Bronze Age Site of Mycenae
PIOTR ZEMAN, KATARZYNA DUDLIK
An Archaeological Perspective on Food Storage on the Mycenaean Mainland (13th–12th Centuries BC)
Tracing the Distribution of ‘Aegean-Type Hearths’. Type and Construction Techniques Trough Space and Time