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NEW: Journal of Greek Archaeology Volume 1 2016 edited by John Bintliff (Ed. in Chief). vi+498 pages; illustrated throughout in colour and black & white. Available both in printed and e-versions. 1 2016 Journal of Greek Archaeology . ISBN 2059-4674-1-2016. Book contents pageBuy Now


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About JGA:
An annual, international peer-reviewed English-language journal specializing in synthetic articles and in long reviews. The scope of this journal is Greek archaeology both in the Aegean and throughout the wider Greek-inhabited world, from earliest Prehistory to the Modern Era. Thus we include contributions not just from traditional periods such as Greek Prehistory and the Classical Greek to Hellenistic eras, but also from Roman through Byzantine, Crusader and Ottoman Greece and into the Early Modern period. Outside of the Aegean contributions are welcome covering the Archaeology of the Greeks overseas, likewise from Prehistory into the Modern World. Greek Archaeology for the purposes of the JGA thus includes the Archaeology of the Hellenistic World, Roman Greece, Byzantine Archaeology, Frankish and Ottoman Archaeology, and the Postmedieval Archaeology of Greece and of the Greek Diaspora. the Editorial Board is headed by Professor John Bintliff (Edinburgh University, U.K. and Leiden University, The Netherlands).

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The Danubian Lands between the Black, Aegean and Adriatic Seas (7th Century BC-10th Century AD) edited by Gocha R. Tsetskhladze, Alexandru Avram and James Hargrave. xx+563 pages; illustrated throughout in black & white. Papers in English, French & German. 189 2015. Available both in printed and e-versions. Printed ISBN 9781784911928. £75.00 (No VAT). Epublication ISBN 9781784911935. £19.00 (Inc. UK VAT) Book contents pageBuy Now

Proceedings of the Fifth International Congress on Black Sea Antiquities (Belgrade – 17-21 September 2013)

The themes of this volume are concerned with archaeological, historical, linguistic, anthropological, geographical and other investigations across the vast area (and different regions) through which the Argonauts travelled in seeking to return from Colchis: from the eastern shore of the Black Sea and the mouth of the Danube to the Adriatic. The contributions investigate an extended time period, from Greek colonisation to the end of Antiquity, and different cultural influences involving peoples and states, Greek cities, native peoples, Roman rule and events in Late Roman times. Each particular study contributes to the ground research, helping to create a complete picture of the theoretical level of cultural and political development and interaction of different cultures. The research and general conclusions concerning the social, ethnic, cultural and political development of the peoples who lived around the Black Sea shore and along the great Danube and Sava rivers can be reliable only if based on the detailed study of particular questions related to the extensive area stretching from the Black Sea to the Adriatic, and involving the many different peoples and epochs which lasted many hundreds of years.
Journal of Greek Archaeology Volume 1 2016 edited by John Bintliff (Ed. in Chief). vi+498 pages; illustrated throughout in colour and black & white. 1 2016. ISBN JGAVOL12016. Book contents pageBuy Now

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Editorial: Volume 1 (John Bintliff)

Prehistory and Proto-History
The Palaeolithic settlement of Lefkas Archaeological evidence in a palaeogeographic context (Nena Galanidou, Giorgos Iliopoulos and Christina Papoulia)

The Argos Plain through its ages and my ages (John Bintliff)

‘Manly hearted’ Mycenaeans (?): challenging preconceptions of warrior ideology in Mycenae’s Grave Circle B (Kristin E. Leith)

Cypriot ritual and cult from the Bronze to the Iron Age: a longue-durée approach (Giorgos Papantoniou)

Archaic to Classical
‘Greek colonisation’ and Mediterranean networks: patterns of mobility and interaction at Pithekoussai (Lieve Donnellan)

Euboean towers and Aegean powers: insights into the Karystia’s role in the ancient world (Chelsea A. M. Gardner and Rebecca M. Seifried)

On identifying the deceased in two-figured and multi-figured scenes of classical Attic funerary reliefs (Katia Margariti)

The nature of early Greek coinage – the case of Sicily (Keith Rutter)

Encounters with death: was there dark tourism in Classical Greece? (Carrie L. Sulosky Weaver)

Hellenistic
Brick makers, builders and commissioners as agents in the diffusion of Hellenistic fired bricks: choosing social models to fit archaeological data (Per Östborn and Henrik Gerding)

Different communities, different choices. Human agency and the formation of tableware distribution patterns in Hellenistic Asia Minor (Mark van der Enden)

Medieval
The current state of the research and future perspectives for the methodology and
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