Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici - Nuova Serie, 7, 2021

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A cura di: Anna Lucia D'Agata
Anno edizione: 2021
Collana: SMEA - Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici , 7
Isbn: 978-88-5491-266-3; Issn: 1126-6651
e-Isbn: 978-88-5491-282-3; e-Issn: 2532-1757
Materie: Archeologia
Formato: 21x27
Pagine: 186
Lingua: Inglese

 

Sommario:

Marco Bettelli, Sara Tiziana Levi, Andrea Di Renzoni, Maria Clara Martinelli, Valentina Cannavò, Capo Graziano Decorative Motifs and Milazzese Pottery Marks: A Phenomenon of Cultural Memory?

Nicholas G. Blackwell, Thomas G. Palaima, Further Discussion of pa-sa-ro on Pylos Ta 716:
Insights from the Agia Triada Sarcophagus

Laetitia Phialon, Craftspeople, Hunters or Warlike Elites? A Reassessment of Burials Furnished with Tools in Mycenaean Greece from the Shaft Grave to the Post-palatial Period 39

Forum Article

Donald W. Jones, The Western String in the Late MBA and LBA I-II: Populations and Account Balances

Responses

Natalie Abell, Assessing Insular Economic Strategies: Some Responses to D.W. Jones’ Model of Middle and Late Bronze Age Cycladic Prosperity

Luca Girella, Peter Pavúk, The Western String in the Late MBA and LBA I-II: A Reaction to Donald Jones’s Article from a Wider Perspective

Alex Knodell, The Western String in Context: Local Landscapes and Aegean Networks 

Irene Nikolakopoulou, More than Ports of Call: Remarks on Middle and Late Bronze Age Island Economies in Response to D.W. Jones’ Model

Todd Whitelaw, A Response to Donald W. Jones, The Western String in the Late MBA
and LBA I-II: Populations and Account Balances

Donald W. Jones, A Reply