The Berbati-Limnes Archaeological Survey 1988–1990

Distributed by Astrom Editions. View record at WorldCat. The Berbati-Limnes Archaeological Survey 1988–1990 By Berit Wells & Curtis Runnels (eds.) This volume presents the results of the surface survey carried out in the Berbati Valley and on the Limnes plateau for three seasons between 1988 and 1990. Both in ancient and modern times the two areas differ considerably both economically and politically, which in part is due to the natural environment, Prosímni (Berbati) lying in a fertile valley and Limnes in a mountainous district. The introductory chapter gives a general background to the project, introducing the two villages involved, presenting the objectives and setting out the methods employed in the field. For much of its history the Berbati-Limnes area depended upon external economic systems and powers. Thus the Final Neolithic–Early Helladic pastoral economy can be explained as part of the developments in the Balkans called the Secondary Products Revolution. These changes resulted in the catastrophic soil erosions which more or less depopulated the area at the end of the EH. The recovery was slow. Only towards the end of Middle Helladic does there seem to be a new beginning, which heralds intensive use of the area in the Late Bronze…

Agriculture in ancient Greece

Distributed by Astrom Editions. Agriculture in ancient Greece. Proceedings of the Seventh International Symposium at the Swedish Institute at Athens, 16–17 May 1990 Edited by Berit Wells These fourteen papers on ancient Greek agriculture were read, or emanated from the discussions during, an international conference in Athens; the papers are followed by transcripts of the discussions of the symposium. Two main themes are addressed: (1) production—how do we recognize a farm and what could be, and what was, produced on it? (2) and the organization of agriculture—who owned the land, who worked it and how, and how much did it yield? Contents Preface Jens Erik Skydsgaard | Agriculture in ancient Greece. On the nature of the sources and the problems of their interpretation (pp. 9–12) Eberhard Zangger | Prehistoric and historic soils in Greece: Assessing the natural resources for agriculture (pp. 13–18) Robin Osborne | ‘Is it a farm?’ The definition of agricultural sites and settlements in ancient Greece (pp. 21–25) Hans Lohmann | Agriculture and country life in Classical Attica (pp. 29–57) Discussion after first section on production Anaya Sarpaki | The Paleoethnobotanical approach. The Mediterranean triad or is it a quartet? (pp. 61–75) Marie-Claire Amouretti | Oléiculture et…

Mycenaean pottery 3
ActaAth-4° , Catalogue / 1992-01-01

Distributed by Astrom Editions. Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates By Arne Furumark. Edited by Paul Åström, Robin Hägg and Gisela Walberg Contents Preface and introduction by the editors (pp. 9–12) Acknowledgements (pp. 12–13) Abbreviations (pp. 15–17) Plates (pl.1–180) Figures of types (181–193) Bibliographical information Arne Furumark, Paul Åström, Robin Hägg & Gisela Walberg, Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4°, 20:3), Stockholm 1992. ISSN: 0586-0539. ISBN: 978-91-7916-026-5. Soft cover: 193 plates. Arne Furumark’s Mycenaean pottery Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates Review Nestor 20, 1993 (P.A. Mountjoy)

Celebrations of death and divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid

Distributed by Astrom Editions. Celebrations of death and divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid. Proceedings of the Sixth International Symposium at the Swedish Institute at Athens, 11–13 June, 1988 By Robin Hägg & Gullög C. Nordquist (eds.) Twenty-four papers on various aspects of burial customs and religious cult practice in the region Argolis (Greece) during the Bronze Age, read at an international conference in Athens; the papers are followed by transcripts of the discussions of the symposium. The papers are arranged in six groups, discussing (1) ceremonial practices in the Early and Middle Helladic periods, (2) mortuary customs, state formation and Mycenaean society, (3) burial rites in tumuli, tholoi and chamber tombs, (4) symbols and symbolism in Mycenaean celebrations, (5) Mycenaean cults and cult practices, and (6) religious aspects of the post-Bronze-Age period. Contents Preface (p. 7) Ceremonial practices in the Early and Middle Helladic periods Daniel J. Pullen | Early Helladic burials at Asine and Early Bronze Age mortuary practices (pp. 9–12) Miriam Caskey | Thoughts on Early Bronze Age hearths (pp. 13–21) Carol Zerner | Ceramics and ceremony: Pottery and burials from Lerna in the Middle and early Late Bronze Ages (pp. 23–34) Gullög C. Nordquist | Middle…

The function of the Minoan palaces

View record at WorldCat. The function of the Minoan palaces. Proceedings of the Fourth International Symposium at the Swedish Institute in Athens, 10–16 June, 1984 Edited by Robin Hägg & Nanno Marinatos Fourty-seven papers on the functions of the palace, the most characteristic phenomenon of the Minoan Bronze Age civilization in Crete, read at an international conference in Athens; the papers are followed by transcripts of the discussion of the symposium. The papers are arranged in eight groups, discussing (1) background (Near Eastern and Egyptian economy), parallels (Mycenaean palaces) and methodology; (2) the emergence of the Cretan palaces; (3) the relations of the palace with town and territory; (4) recent archaeological finds; (5) the palaces as ceremonial and religious centres; (6) the palaces as centres of trade and manufacture; (7) the administrative systems of the Minoans and Mycenaeans; and (8) the function of the frescoes in the palace. For James Walter Graham and to the memory of Spyridon Marinatos. Contents Preface (p. 9) Background and methodology Benjamin R. Foster | The Late Bronze Age palace economy: A view from the East (pp. 11–16) Wolfgang Helck | The dissolution of the palace economy in the Ramesside period (pp. 17–19) Klaus Kilian…

The calendar and hunting mosaics of the Villa of the Falconer in Argos
ActaAth-4° / 1974-01-01

Distributed by Astrom Editions. View record at WorldCat. The calendar and hunting mosaics of the Villa of the Falconer in Argos. A study in early Byzantine iconography By Gunilla Åkerström-Hougen Contents Preface 1. Introduction 2. Description 3. Composition 4. Costume and equipment 5. Style 6. Iconography 7. Appendix: Late Roman and Byzantine representations of the calendar 8. Summary Bibliography Abbreviations General index Bibliographical information Gunilla Åkerström-Hougen, The calendar and hunting mosaics of the Villa of the Falconer in Argos. A study in early Byzantine iconography (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4°, 23), Stockholm 1974. ISSN: 0586-0539. ISBN: 978-91-85086-10-8. Softcover: 167 pages + 12 plates in separate folder. Reviews American Journal of Archaeology 81:1, 109–110 (Anthony Cutler) Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé 1976, 430–433 (Michèle Blanchard) Bulletin de l’Association internationale pour l’étude de la mosaïque antique 7, 1978, 300–305 (J.P. Sodini) Byzantinische Zeitschrift 73:1 (Raffaela Farioli) The Classical Review 26:2, 256–258 (Michael Vickers) The Classical World 69:7, 487 (J.K. Anderson) Journal of Hellenic Studies 96, 256–257 (Elisabeth Waywell) L’Antiquité Classique 44:2, 808–810 (Charles Delvoye) Revue des études grecques 89, 1976, 140–142 (Philippe Bruneau)

Mycenaean pottery 2
ActaAth-4° , Catalogue / 1972-01-01

Out of print. Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology By Arne Furumark Contents Abbreviations (pp. 11–12) Preface (pp. 13–15) Relative chronology (pp. 17–109) Absolute chronology (pp. 110–128) Addendum (pp. 129–131) Index of vessel types (pp. 132–145) Index of sites and publications of finds (pp. 146–150) Bibliography (pp. 151–155) Corrigenda (p. 156) Bibliographical information Arne Furumark, Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4°, 20:2), Stockholm 1972. ISSN: 0586-0539. ISBN: 978-91-85086-05-4. Soft cover: 155 pages. Arne Furumark’s Mycenaean pottery Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates Reviews L’Antiquité Classique 44:1, 1975, 374 (Frieda Vandenabeele) The Classical Review 24:2, 308–309 (R. Cook) The Classical World 68:3, 184–185 (Joseph W. Shaw)

Mycenaean pottery 1
ActaAth-4° , Catalogue / 1972-01-01

Out of print. See record at WorldCat. Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification By Arne Furumark Contents Abbreviations (pp. XV–XVI) Preface (pp. XVII–XIX) Introduction (pp. 1–10) Technique (pp. 11–15) Shape (pp. 16–109) Decoration (pp. 110–582) Catalogue of vessel types (pp. 583–643) Index of sites and publications of find (pp. 644–654) Addenda (pp. 655–664) Bibliography (pp. 665–671) Alphabetical index (pp. 672–688) Corrigenda (pp. 689–690) Bibliographical information Arne Furumark, Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification (Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen, 4°, 20:1), Stockholm 1972. ISSN: 0586-0539. ISBN: 978-91-85086-04-7. Soft cover: 690 pages. Arne Furumark’s Mycenaean pottery Mycenaean pottery 1. Analysis and classification Mycenaean pottery 2. Chronology Mycenaean pottery 3. Plates Reviews L’Antiquité Classique 44:1, 1975, 374 (Frieda Vandenabeele) The Classical Review 24:2, 308–309 (R. Cook) The Classical World 68:3, 184–185 (Joseph W. Shaw)

The Tyrant-Slayers of Kritios and Nesiotes
ActaAth-4° / 1971-01-01

Distributed by Astrom Editions. View record at WorldCat. The Tyrant-Slayers of Kritios and Nesiotes. A critical study of the sources and restorations By Sture Brunnsåker Preface More than fifteen years have passed since this book first appeared. This edition is identical with that of 1955, except that I have been allowed to add a list of illustrations, indices, a list of corrigenda and a postscript with bibliographical addenda, dealing with the most important contributions to the discussion since 1955. Sture Brunnsåker, Uppsala, March 1971 Introduction (excerpt) Since , in 1859, Friedrichs created the basis for all further research by identifying the copies at Naples, much has been written about the statues of the Tyrant-Slayers. A variety of problems have been raised and discussed. Some have been solved, others are still under debate. Although a great number of articles and books have dealt with this monument, nobody has so far attempted to classify and examine the whole stock of evidence available to us. The main purpose of this work is to fill this gap. Since the original statues have not survived, we must base our study on the various categories of evidence, literary sources, marble copies, reproductions of the statues in…

Opuscula Atheniensia 1

Distributed by Astrom Editions. Opuscula Atheniensia 1 Martin P. Nilsson | The Prehistoric Migrations of the Greeks (pp. 1–8) Åke Åkerström | Some pictorial Vase Representations from the Mainland in Late-Helladic Times (pp. 9–28) Natan Valmin | Malthi-Epilog, Vorläufiger Bericht über die schwedische Ausgrabung in Messenien 1952 (pp. 29–46) Arne Furumark | A Scarab from Cyprus (pp. 47–65) Åke Elmquist | An Italic Vase-Painter of the Early 6th Century B.C. (pp. 66–79) Erik J. Holmberg | The so-called Vase Painter of Athens 1806 (pp. 80–86) Erik Sjöqvist | The Early Style of Lysippus (pp. 87–97) Arvid Andrén | A Puzzle of Bronzes (pp. 98–103) Willy Schwabacher | Der Parthenos-Archetyp der hellenistischen Silbermünzen Athens (pp. 104–114) Olof Vessberg | Hellenistic and Roman Lamps in Cyprus (pp. 115–129) T.B. Mitford | Seleucus and Theodorus (pp. 130–171) Axel Boëthius | Die hellenisierte italische Stadt der römischen Republik (pp. 172–186) Einar Gjerstad | Lunar Months of Hesiod and Homer (pp. 187–194) Albert Wifstrand | Ein Epigramm aus Kappadokien (pp. 195–198) Gösta Säflund | Karische Inschriften aus Labranda (pp. 199–205) Paul Åström | Three Gravestones from Mersinet (pp. 206–207) Christian Callmer | Sam Wide und die ersten schwedischen Ausgrabungen in Griechenland (pp. 208–223) Erik Gren…