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Bamboula at Kourion

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University Museum Monograph, 32

Bamboula at Kourion

Author : Saul Weinberg
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An easy-to-read guide based on excavations conducted under the auspices of the University of Pennsylvania Museum. The book includes contributions by D. Buitron, D. Christou, M. Loulloupis, A. H. S. Megaw, A. Papgeorhiou, S. Sinos and D. Soren. Also included are drawings maps, full-color photographs, and a bibliography. University Museum Monograph, 42

Bamboula at Kourion

Author : Jack Leonard Benson
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Researches in Cypriote History and Archaeology

Author : Anna Margherita Jasink
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The Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates at Kourion

Author : Diana Buitron-Oliver
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Library of Congress Subject Headings

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Author : Dēmos Chrēstou
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An Archaeological Guide to the Ancient Kourion Area and the Akrotiri Peninsula

Author : Helena Wylde Swiny
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The Mediterranean Context of Early Greek History

Author : Nancy H. Demand
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The Mediterranean Context of Early Greek History reveals the role of the complex interaction of Mediterranean seafaring and maritime connections in the development of the ancient Greek city-states. Offers fascinating insights into the origins of urbanization in the ancient Mediterranean, including the Greek city-state Based on the most recent research on the ancient Mediterranean Features a novel approach to theories of civilization change - foregoing the traditional isolationists model of development in favor of a maritime based network Argues for cultural interactions set in motion by exchange and trade by sea

Report of the Department of Antiquities Cyprus

Author : Cyprus. Tmēma Archaiotētōn
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Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology

Author : Gunnel Hult
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Tradition in Greek Religion

Author : Bernard Clive Dietrich
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Acta Cypria 003

Author : Paul Åström
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Mycenaean IIIC 1b and Related Pottery in Cyprus

Author : Barbara Kling
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The Creative Independence of Late Bronze Age Cyprus

Author : Kathryn O. Eriksson
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This volume attempts to present a comprehensive account of the historical developments in Cyprus during the period of the production of White Slip Wares (ca 1580-1180 BC). Using the Kitchen chronology for the Egyptian New Kingdom, which commenced in 1540 BC, the study emphasizes the importance of archaeological records and how context analysis allows more precision in a relative chronology. This period witnessed the emergence of Cyprus into the political and economic interaction of the East Mediterranean. With special focus on White Slip pottery, the historical events outlined herein demonstrate the growth of Cyprus into a vibrant, independent society from the early 16th century BC into the 12th century BC. Throughout this period, Cyprus developed trade, cultural as well as "diplomatic" relations with the most powerful kingdoms of the surrounding area. A focal point of the study is the role of Cypriot wares - especially White Slip, Base-ring and Red Lustrous Wheel-made - on the island itself as well as in other places. A major role is given to White Slip as it is considered a chronological beacon in the analysis of events during the Late Bronze Age, a time when there are few historical references to the island and its people. Comprising eight chapters, this comprehensive analysis of Cyprus's material culture is accompanied by a historical account in which the period in Cyprus from 1580-1180 BC is divided into seven chronological periods based on Astrom's original chronology. The comprehensive historical discussion in Chapter VII seeks to depict the interactions between Cyprus and the surrounding cultures during this period. The interpretation of the evidence shows that the island's leaders were skilful in achieving a balance between the interests of these various civilizations, which included the Minoan and Mycenaean from the Aegean, the Canaanite groups, the Hittite Empire, and of course the Egyptians. The evidence shows that independent Late Bronze Age Cyprus established extensive trade and diplomatic links with these societies - notwithstanding the various conflicts among them. The Cypriots managed this within the complex and changing interrelationships between the empires during these very turbulent times. In so doing, Late Bronze Age Cyprus managed to develop the creative skills of its people - this especially reflected in the wide range of its ceramic wares (such as White Slip) as well as their extensive production and distribution to many lands.

Excavations at Kition

Author : Vassos Karageorghis
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Supplement to LC Subject Headings

Author : Library of Congress. Subject Cataloging Division
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Cyprus the Historicity of the Geometric Horizon

Author : Maria Iakōvou
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Views from Phlamoudhi Cyprus

Author : Joanna S. Smith
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Includes 76 b/w figures. Fieldwork in the village of Phlamoudhi, Cyprus from 1970-1973 by the Columbia University Expedition to Phlamoudhi recorded the only systematically excavated evidence for Middle to Late Bronze Age and Iron Age settlement north of the Kyrenia Mountains. Halted by the war of 1974 that divided the island, most of the discoveries in Phlamoudhi remained unpublished until 2000 when the Phlamoudhi Archaeological Project began the systematic study, analysis, and publication of the material. This book's chapters cover the two main excavated sites, the hilltop site of Vounari and the larger settlement at Melissa; the region's patterns of settlement in the Bronze and Iron Ages and the Hellenistic through Medieval periods; and the geology and palaeobotany of the region. Chapters with perspectives on the excavations by original team members, the history of work in the area, and an overview of archaeology on Cyprus before and after the war place the fieldwork in historical perspective. This volume derives from papers at a symposium that was held together with an exhibition of the finds from Phlamoudhi in 2005. It is the first in the final publication series.

Western Cyprus

Author : David William Rupp
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