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H 276 x W 203 mm

232 pages

24 tables, 13 colour plates, 38 black & white line drawings, 24 black & white plates

Italian text

Published Dec 2018

Archaeopress Access Archaeology


Paperback: 9781784918859

Digital: 9781784918866

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Kos; Aegean islands; Ceramics; Minoan; Late Bronze Age; Serraglio; Pottery; Archaeology

Le classi ceramiche della “tradizione mista” a Kos nel Tardo Bronzo IA

By Salvatore Vitale

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This volume focuses on the pottery classes of the ‘Entangled Tradition’, recovered at the settlement of the ‘Serraglio’ on Kos during the early Late Bronze Age period. The results reveal new information on the chronology, typology, and decoration of Koan Painted Fine (PF) and Painted Medium-Coarse to Coarse (PMC-C) ceramics.



Parte 1: Testo; Prefazione ed argomento della ricerca; Capitolo 1. Terminologia e classificazione; Capitolo 2. Gli scavi di Morricone nel “Serraglio”; Capitolo 3. Esame dei contesti della Fase III:1; Capitolo 4. Cronologia dei vasi erratici di “tradizione mista”; Capitolo 5. Analisi del materiale frammentario; Capitolo 6. Le ceramiche della “tradizione mista” Discussione ed interpretazione; Capitolo 7. Conclusioni finali; Bibliografia; Parte 2: Tabelle; Parte 3: Illustrazioni

About the Author

Dr SALVATORE VITALE completed his MA in Classical Literature and PhD in Classical Archaeology at the University of Pisa in 2001 and 2007. After his PhD, Dr Vitale held post-doctoral and research fellowships at the Universities of Calabria, Cincinnati, and Pisa and at the Italian Archaeological School at Athens. Dr Vitale has taught Aegean Archaeology at the University of Milan and the Italian Archaeological School at Athens, as well as Greek and Roman Archaeology at the University of Pisa. At Pisa, he has also served as one of the editors of the journal ΑΓΩΓΗ. Since 2009, Dr Vitale has been the director of the ‘Serraglio, Eleona, and Langada Archaeological Project’ (SELAP), a research endeavour under the auspices of the Italian Archaeological School at Athens. In addition, he is currently a senior staff and a chief pottery expert for the Mitrou Archaeological Project in Phthiotida and the Palace of Nestor Excavations at Pylos.