Supplemento 2 - One State, Many Worlds. Crete in the Late Minoan II-IIIA2 Early Period

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A cura di: Anna Lucia D’Agata, Luca Girella, Eleni Papadopoulou, Davide G. Aquini
Anno edizione: 2022
Collana: SMEA - Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici
Isbn: 978-88-5491-273-1
Materie: Archeologia
Formato: 21x27
Pagine: 452


"This volume originates from the international conference held in the premises of Μεγάλο Αρσενάλι at Chania in November 2019 and organized under the auspices of the Consiglio Nazionale delle Ricerche (CNR) and the Εφορεία Αρχαιοτήτων Χανίων. Its specific aim was to resume the discussion on LM II-IIIA2 early Crete, one of the most crucial periods in the history of the island, which marked its inclusion in the political and cultural orbit of mainland Greece. Preceded by an overview of Crete in LM II-IIIA2, with an attempt to produce a critical definition of the term event, the contributions are organized on a geographical basis echoing the conference programme. They begin with Knossos and central Crete, then include western and eastern Crete, and end with a few mainland case studies and a reflection on iconography relevant to the subject."  (from Preface)


Anna Lucia D’Agata, Luca Girella, Eleni Papadopoulou, Davide G. Aquini, Preface

Anna Lucia D’Agata, Introduction

1. Anna Lucia D’Agata, Luca Girella, Eventful Archaeology, Long-term Processes and LM II-IIIA2 Early Crete 

2. Todd Whitelaw, Knossos during LM II-IIIB: Dynamism and Development 

3. Jan Driessen, Ophélie Mouthuy, The LM II-IIIA2 Kingdom of Knossos as Reflected by its Linear B Archives 

4. Dimitri Nakassis, Unpacking the State of Knossos in LM II-IIIA2 

5. Malcolm H. Wiener, The Fateful Century: From the Destruction of Crete ca. 1450-1440
to the Destruction of Knossos ca. 1350-1340 

6. Colin F. Macdonald, Architectural Continuity, Renovation, and Innovation
in the Town and Palace of Knossos, LM IB-IIIA1

7. Judith Weingarten, The Use and Re-Use of Gold Rings in Knossos after the LM IB Destructions 

8. Yannis Galanakis, Neither Minoan nor Mycenaean: The Burial Record of Knossos
and the Materialisation of a New Social Order, 1600-1400 

9. James C. Wright, The Port at Kommos as a Case Study for the Monopalatial Period 

10. Maria Andreadaki-Vlazaki, The Arrival of the Mycenaeans at Kydonia: Ancient Tradition and Archaeological Evidence 

11. Birgitta P. Hallager, Chania in the LM II-IIIA Period 

12. Eleni Papadopoulou, LM II-IIIA1 Aptara in the Knossian Sphere of Influence

13. Giorgos Rethemiotakis, Kostis S. Christakis, The LM IIIA Workshop and Storage Complex at Galatas Pediada and Other Compounds with Long Galleries: Economic Implications for Final Palatial Crete

14. Charlotte Langohr, Cultural Transformation and Continuity in East Crete during LM II-IIIA2 Early: A Ceramic Perspective

15. Philip P. Betancourt, Sydney R. Sarasin, Leanna Kolonauski, The Inatos Cave in LM II to LM III 

16. Lefteris Platon, Kephali Chondros, Viannos: The Post-Neopalatial Settlement 

17. Jeffrey S. Soles, Mycenaeans at Mochlos: A Question of Ethnicity 

18. Matthew Buell, Down and Out in East Crete: Transformation and Change
at Gournia and the Isthmus of Ierapetra from LM IB to the LM IIIA2 Period

19. Lefteris Platon, About the Size, the Duration and the Nature of the Post-palatial Settlement at Zakros

20. Carl Knappett, Tim F. Cunningham, Palaikastro and its Territory in LM II-IIIA2 Early 

21. Michael C. Nelson, Late Bronze Age Monumental Architecture in Messenia: The Cases of Pylos and Iklaina

22. Peter M. Day, Vasco Hachtmann, Eleftheria Kardamaki, Adamantia Vasilogamvrou
Pottery Production and Consumption at Agios Vasileios during LH II-IIIA and the Cretan Connection

23. Fritz Blakolmer, Many States, One World of Images? Some Thoughts on the Iconography of LM II-IIIA Crete in its Wider Aegean Context

24. Vassilis Petrakis, The Beginnings of Linear B and Literate Administration on the Greek Mainland 

25. Michael L. Galaty, Jeremy B. Rutter, Event, Process, Transition, Transformation: Concluding Comments and Data Regarding Crete’s Monopalatial Period