Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici - Nuova Serie, 4, 2018

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A cura di: Anna Lucia D'Agata
Anno edizione: 2018
Collana: SMEA - Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici, 4
Isbn: 978-88-7140-958-0; Issn: 1126-6651
e-Isbn: 978-88-7140-959-7; e-Issn: 2532-1757
Materie: Archeologia
Formato: 21x27
Pagine: 232

 

Sommario:

Ilaria Caloi - Inaugurating the Court-Centred Building? A MM IIIB Feasting Deposit at Neopalatial Sissi, North-Central Crete

Francesco Di Filippo, Lucia Mori - How Difficult? Mountain Roads and Pathways Reaching Ancient Melid (Malatya) in South-Eastern Anatolia: A Reconsideration

Eric R. Force, Jeremy B. Rutter - Holocene Fault Scarps at Mycenae (Greece) and Possible Cultural Ties

José Miguel Jiménez Delgado - Nominative Case and Brachylogic Syntax in Mycenaean Texts

Massimiliano Marazzi - The ‘Administered’ System of Trans-Mediterranean Maritime Relations at the End of the 2nd Millennium BC: Apogee and Collapse

Rachele Pierini - Syllabogram *65 or Logogram *129 (= far)? The Sign 𐀎 on Thebes Tablets, AB 65 in Linear A, and Some Remarks on the o-Stem Genitive Singular in -Xo

Juan Piquero Rodríguez - The Dossier sa-ra-pe-da of Pylos Revisited

Miguel Valério - Linguistic Awareness in the Development of the Anatolian Hieroglyphic Sign Values

Massimo Vidale, Sara T. Levi, Marco Bettelli, Andrea Di Renzoni, Matteo Bettuzzi, Valentina Cannavò, Franco Casali, Francesca Ferranti, Leandro Lopes, Maria Pia Morigi, Carmelo Triolo, Mario Triolo - Eating Molluscs at Stromboli (Aeolian Islands, Italy), 1700 BC

FORUM ARTICLE
Trevor Bryce - The Kingdom of Ahhiyawa: A Hittite Perspective Responses
Eric Cline, Reaction to Trevor Bryce’s Article
Jorrit M. Kelder, The Kingdom of Ahhiyawa: Facts, Factoids and Probabilities
Jeremy B. Rutter, An Aegean Archaeologist’s Response
Robert Schon, Response to Trevor Bryce’s Article
Mark Weeden, Hittite-Ahhiyawan Politics as Seen from the Tablets: A Reaction to Trevor Bryce’s Article from a Hittitological Perspective
Anna Lucia D’Agata, Postscript