Lesson 22: Bibliography

Colloquia, Festschiften, and Symposia

 

Colloquia, Festschriften, and Symposia

M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006).

S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007).

J. Aruz, K. Benzel, and J. M. Evans (eds.), Beyond Babyloon: Art, Trade, and Diplomacy in the Second Millennium B.C. (New Haven 2008).

A. Aslan, S. Blum, G. Kastl, F. Schweizer, and D. Thumm (eds.), Mauerschau: Festschrift für Manfred Korfmann  II (Remshalden-Grünbach 2002).

J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004).

M. S. Balmuth and R. H. Tykot (eds.), Sardinian and Aegean Chronology: Towards the Resolution of Relative and Absolute Dating in the Mediterranean [Studies in Sardinian Archaeology V] (Oxford 1998).

P. P. Betancourt and S. C. Ferrence (eds.), Metallurgy: Understanding How, Learning Why: Studies in Honor of James D. Muhly (Philadelphia 2011).

P. P. Betancourt, V. Karageorghis, R. Laffineur, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), MELETEMATA: Studies in Aegean Archaeology Presented to Malcolm H. Wiener as He Enters His 65th Year [Aegaeum 20] (Liège/Austin 1999).

P. F. Biehl and Y. Ysa. Rassamakin (eds.), Import and Imitation in Archaeology (Langenweissbach 2008).

M. Bietak and E. Czerny (eds.), The Synchronization of Civilisations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Second Millennium BC III (Vienna 2007).

F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011).

E. Borgna and P. Cassola Guida (eds.), Dall-Egeo ad Adriatico: organizzazioni sociali, modi di scambio e interazione in età post-palaziale (XII-XI sec. a.C.) (Rome 2009).

A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011).

G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [British School at Athens Studies 12] (London 2004).

A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999).

E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998).

J. P. Crielaard, V. Stissi, and G. J. van Wijngaarden (eds.), The Complex Past of Pottery: Production, Circulation and Consumption of Mycenaean and Greek Pottery [Sixteenth to Early Fifth Centuries B.C.] (Amsterdam 1999).

F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999).

W. V. Davies and L. Schofield (eds.), Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant (London 1995).

K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011).

E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e Memorie del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia (Rome 1996).

S. Forenbahrer (ed.), A Connecting Sea: Maritime Interaction in Adriatic Prehistory [BAR-IS 2037] (Oxford 2009).

K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003).

M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II: Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Los Angeles 2007) .

N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean [SIMA 90] (Jonsered 1991).

W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age: Papers Presented to Jeremy B. Rutter on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday (Oxford 2011).

M. Georgiadis and G. M. Muskett (eds.), The Seas of Antiquity (Liverpool 2002)

C. Gillis and M.-L. B. Nosch (eds.), Ancient Textiles: Production, Craft and Society [Ancient Textile Series 1] (Oxford  2003).

C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade [SIMA Pocketbook 134] (Jonsered 1995).

C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocketbook 143] (Jonsered 1997).

C. Gillis and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Crossing Borders: Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece : Proceedings of the 7th, 8th and 9th International Workshops, Athens 1997-1999 (Savedalen 2008).

G. Graziadio, R. Guglielmino, V. Lenuzza, and S. Vitale (eds.), Filikh Sunaulia. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology for Mario Benzi [BAR-IS 2460] (Oxford 2013).

M. Gruber, S. Ahituv, G. Lehmann, and Z. Talshir (eds.), All the Wisdom of the East: Studies in Near Eastern Archaeology and History in Honor of Eliezer D. Oren [Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis 255] (Göttingen 2012).

B. Horejs, R. Jung, E. Kaiser, and B. Terzan (eds.), Interpretationsraum Bronzezeit: Bernard Hänsel von seinen Schülern gewidmet (Bonn 2005).

V. Karageorghis (ed.), Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium “The Mycenaeans in the Eastern Mediterranean” (Nicosia 1973).

V. Karageorghis, H. Matthäus, and S. Rogge (eds.), Cyprus: Religion and Society from the Late Bronze Age to the End of the Archaic Period (Bibliopolis 2005).

V. Karageorghis and N. Stampolidis (eds.), Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus – Dodecanese – Crete, 16th – 6th cent. B.C. (Athens 1998).

V. Kilikoglou, A. Hein, and Y. Maniatis (eds.), Modern Trends in Scientific Studies on Ancient Ceramics (Oxford 2002).

E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003).

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika and M. Papakonstantinou (eds.), The Periphery of the Mycenaean World [2nd International Interdisciplinary Colloquium; 26-30 September, Lamia 1999] (Lamia 2003).

R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991).

R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005).

V. La Rosa (ed.), Le presenze micenee nel terriotrio siracusano [Atti del Primo simposio siracusano di preistoria siciliana (Siracusa, 15-16 dicembre 2003)] (Padua 2004).

V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999].

A. M. Maeir and P. de Miroschedji (eds.), ‘I Will Speak the Riddles of Ancient Times’. Archaeological and Historical Studies in Honor of Amihai Mazar on the Occasion of His Sixtieth Birthday (Winona Lae 2006).

J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012).

I. Morley and C. Renfrew (eds.), The Archaeology of Measurement: Comprehending Heaven, Earth and Time in Ancient Societies (Cambridge 2010).

C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000).

W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Artchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009).

W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999).

J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhoads Bell (San Antonio 1997).

G. Pugliese Carratelli (ed.), I Greci in Occidente (Milan 1995).

D. J. Pullen (ed.), Political Economies of the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2010).

N. C. Stampolidis and V. Karageorghis (eds.), PLOES . . . Sea Routes . . .: Interconnections in the Mediterranean 16th – 6th c. BC (Athens 2003).

S. Swiny, R. L. Hohlfelder, and H. Wylde Swiny (eds.), Res Maritimae: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity [CAARI Monograph Series 1] (Atlanta 1997).

G. Touchais and J. Renard (eds.), L’Albanie dans l’Europe Préhistorique [BCH Supplement 42] (Paris 2002).

H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis II:  2nd International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity: Delphi 1987 (                  ) .

H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis III: 3rd International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity: Athens 1989 (Athens 1995).

H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Nauplia 1993 (Athens 1999).

H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VI: 6th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Lamia 1996 (Athens 2001).

H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VII: 7th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Pylos 1999 (Athens 2002).

G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011).

S. Voutsaki and J. Killen (eds.), Economy and Politics in the Mycenaean Palace States (Cambridge 2001).

J. M. Webb nd D. Frankel (eds.), Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology: Fifty Years On (Uppsala 2012).

Ü. Yalçin, C. Pulak, and R. Slotta (eds.), Das Schiff von Uluburun. Welthandel vor 3000 Jahren. Katalog der Ausstellung des Deutschen Bergbau-Museums Bochum vom 15.Juli 2005 bis 16.Juli 2006 (Bochum 2005).

C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993).

General

A. Altman, “Trade between the Aegean and the Levant in the LAte Bronze Age: Some Neglected Questions,” in M. Heltzer and F. Lipinski (eds.), Society and Economy in the Eastern Mediterranean (c. 1500 – 1000 B.C.) [Leuven 1988) 229-237.

M. Artzy, "Routes, Trade, Boats and 'Nomads of the Sea'," in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998) 439-448.

G. Bass, "Evidence of Trade from Bronze Age Shipwrecks," in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean (Jonsered 1991) 69-82.

G. F. Bass, "Prolegomena to a Study of Maritime Traffic in Raw Materials to the Aegean during the Fourteenth and Thirteenth Centuries B.C.," in  R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 153-170.

G. F. Bass, “Sailing between the Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium B.C.,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 183-189.

G. F. Bass (ed.), Beneath the Seven Seas: Adventures with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology (London 2005).

C. Bell, The Evolution of Long Distance Trading Relationships across the LBA/Iron Age Transition on the Northern Levantine Coast [BAR International Series 1574] (Oxford 2006).

M. Benzi, “Modelli di commercio e dati archeologici: l’Egeo nell’Età del Bronzo,” in Miscellanea in Memoria di Giuliano Cremonensi (Pisa 1995) 187-211.

M. Benzi, “LB III Trade in the Dodecanese: An Overview,” in E. Borgna and P. Cassola Guida (eds.), Dall-Egeo ad Adriatico: organizzazioni sociali, modi di scambio e interazione in età post-palaziale (XII-XI sec. a.C.) (Rome 2009) 47-62.

I. Berg, “Aegean Bronze Age Seascapes – a Case Study in Maritime Movement, Conteact and Interaction,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 387-415.

I. Berg, “Towards a Conceptualization of the Sea: Artefacts, Iconography and Meaning,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 119-138.

E. F. Bloedow, “Itinerant Craftsmen and Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 439- 447.

J. Bouzek, The Aegean, Anatolia and Europe: Cultural Interrelations in the Second Millennium B.C. (Prague 1985).

C. Broodbank, “The Mediterranean and the Mediterranean World in the Age of Andrew Sherratt,” in T. C. Wilkinson, S. Sherratt, and J. Bennet (eds.), Interweaving Worlds: Systemic Interactions in Eurasia, 7th to 1st Millennia BC (Oxford 2011) 27-36.

B. E. Burns, Import Consumption in the Bronze Age Argolid (Greece): Effects of Mediterranean Trade on Mycenaean Society (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Michigan 1999).

B. E. Burns, Mycenaean Greece, Mediterraean Commerce, and the Formation of Identity (Cambridge 2010).

E. H. Cline, Sailing the Wine-dark Sea: International Trade and the Late Bronze Age Aegean [BAR International 591](Oxford 1994).

E. H. Cline, “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor: Minoans and Mycenaeans Abroad,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, Politeia: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) I: 265-287.

E. H. Cline, “The Multivalent Nature of Imported Objects in the Ancient Mediterranean World,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 45-51.

E. H. Cline, “Rethinking Mycenaean International Trade with Egypt and the Near East,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II: Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Los Angeles 2007) 190-200.

E. H. Cline, “Bronze Age Intereactions between the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean Revisited: Mainstream, Periphery, or Margin?,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Artchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 161-180.

N. Cucuzza, “La Messarà minoenne entre Orient et Occident,” in J.-P. Le Bihan and J.-P. Guillaumet (eds.), Routes du monde et passages obligés (Quimper 2010) 85-100.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Innerägäische Beziehungen und auswärtige Kontakte des mykenischen Griechenland in nachpalatialer Zeit,” in Nahöstliche Kulturen und Griechenland (              2002) 47-74.

J. W. Earle, Trade and Culture in the Cycladic Islands during the Late Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, New York University 2008).

J. W. Earle, “A Cycladic Perspective on Mycenaean Long-distance Exchanges,” JMA 25(2012) 3-26.

E. French, “The Role of Mycenae,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 125-127.

H. Georgiou, “The Role of Maritime Contacts in the Urban Development of the Prehistoric Cyclades,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Paris 1998) 211-216.

C. Gillis, “Trade in the Late Bronze Age,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade [SIMA Pocketbook 134] (Jonsered 1995) 61-86.

G. Graziadio, “Trade Circuits and Trade-routes in the Shaft Grave Period,” SMEA 40(1998) 29-76.

M. Haysom, “Fish and Ships: Neopalatial Seascapes in Context,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 139-160.

E. Hallager, “Aspects of Aegean Long-distance Trade in the Second Millennium B.C.,” in Momenti Precoloniali nel Mediterraneo Antico (Rome 1988) 91-101.

S. Immerwahr, “Mycenaean Trade and Colonization,” Archaeology 13(1960) 4-13.

T. W. Jacobsen, “Marine Mobility in the Prehistoric Aegean,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Nauplia 1993 (Athens 1999) 203-217.

A. M. Jasink, “Mycenaean Means of Communication and Diplomatic Relations with Foreign Royal Courts,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 59-67.

R. Jung, “Aspekte des mykenischen Handels und Produktionaustauschs,” in B. Horejs, R. Jung, E. Kaiser, and B. Terzan (eds.), Interpretationsraum Bronzezeit: Bernard Hänsel von seinen Schülern gewidmet (Bonn 2005) 45-70.

P. N. Kardulias, “Multiple Levels in the Aegean Bronze Age World-System,” Journal of World-Systems Research 2.11(1996) 1-36.

P. N. Kardulias, “World-Systems Applications for Understanding the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Artchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 53-80.

K. Kilian, “Mycenaean Colonization: Norm and Variety,” in J-P. Descoeudres (ed.), Greek Colonists and Native Populations (Oxford 1990) 445-467.

A. B. Knapp, “Ethnicity, Entrepreneurship, and Exchange: Mediterranean Inter-island Relations in the Late Bronze Age,” BSA 85(1990) 115-153.

A. B. Knapp, “Thalassocracies in Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean Trade,” World Archaeology 24:3(1993) 332-347.

A. B. Knapp, “Mediterranean Bronze Age Trade: Distance, Power, and Place,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 193-205.

A. B. Knapp, “Matter of Fact: Transcultural Contacts in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 32-50.

C. Knappettt, T. Evans, and R. Rivers, “Modelling Maritime Interaction in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 82(2008) 1009-1024.

A. B. Knapp and J. F. Cherry, Provenience Studies and Bronze Age Cyprus: Production, Exchange and Politico-Economic Change (Madison 1994).

G. S. Korres, “Messenia and its Commercial Connections during the Bronze Age,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 231-   .

K. Kotsakis, “An Epilogue: Histories from the Sea,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 271-282.

R. Laffineur, “Imports/Exports in the Eastern Mediterranean: For a Specific Methodology,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 53-58.

C. Lambrou-Phillipson, Hellenorientalia. The Near Eastern Presence in the Bronze Age Aegean, ca. 3000 – 1100 B. C. (Göteborg 1990).

J. Maran, “The Spreading of Objects and Ideas in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean: Two Case Examples from the Argolid of the 13th and 12th Centuries B.C.” BASOR 336(2004) 11-30.

S. Mark, Homeric Seafaring (College Station 2005).

C. M. Monroe, Scales of Fate. Trade, Tradition, and Transformation in the Eastern Mediterranean ca. 1350-1175 BCE (Münster 2009).

C. M. Monroe, “’From Luxuries to Anxieties’: a Liminal View of the Late Bronze Age World-System,” in T. C. Wilkinson, S. Sherratt, and J. Bennet (eds.), Interweaving Worlds: Systemic Interactions in Eurasia, 7th to 1st Millennia BC (Oxford 2011) 87-99.

D. Panagiotopoulos, “The Stirring Sea. Conceptualising Transculturality in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 31-52.

D. Panagiotopoulos, “Encountering the Foreign: [De-)constructing Alterity in the Archaeologies of the Bronze Age Mediterranean,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 51-60.

V. P. Petrakis, “Politics of the Sea in the Late Bronze Age II-III Aegean: Iconographic Preferences and Textual Perspectives,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 185-234.

C. Sauvage, “Evidence from Old Texts: Aspects of Late Bronze Age International Maritime Travel and Trade Regulations in the Eastern Mediterranean?,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 427-439.

R. Schon, “Think Locally, Act Globally: Mycenaean Elites and the Late Bronze Age World System,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Artchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 213-235.

C. W. Shelmerdine, “Review of Aegean Prehistory VI: The Palatial Bronze Age of the Southern and Central Greek Mainland,” AJA 101(1997) 537-585.

A. and E. S. Sherratt, “From Luxuries to Commodities: The Nature of the Mediterranean Bronze Age Trading Systems,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean (Jonsered 1991) 351-384.

S. Sherratt, “Potemkin Palaces and Route-based Economies,” in S. Voutsaki and J. Killen (eds.), Economy and Politics in the Mycenaean Palace States (Cambridge 2001) 214-238.

S. Sherratt, “The Mediterranean Economy: ‘Globalization’ at the End of the Second Millennium B.C.E.,” in W. G. Dever and S. Gitin (eds.), Symbiosis, Symbolism, and the Power of the Past: Canaan, Ancient Israel, and Their Neighbors from the Late Bronze Age through Roman Palaestina (Winona Lake 2003) 37-62.

S. Sherratt, “The Aegean and the Wider World: Some Thoughts on a World-Systems Perspective,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Artchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 81-106.

S. Sherratt, “Between Theory, Texts and Archaeology: Working with the Shadows,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 3-29.

B. L. Sjöberg, “The Mycenaean Economy: Theoretical Frameworks,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade [SIMA Pocketbook 134] (Jonsered 1995) 19-32.

D. W. Tandy, Warriors into Traders: The Power of the Market in Early Greece (Berkeley 1997).

I. Tournavitou, “Aspects of Trade and Production in Mycenaean Greece,” Hydra 7(1990) 76-86.

L. Vagnetti and F. Lo Schiavo, “Late Bronze Age Long Distance Trade in the Mediterranean: The Role of the Cypriots,” in E. Peltenberg (ed.), Early Society in Cyprus (Edinburgh 1989) 217-243.

C. A. Ward, “Seafaring in the Bronze Age Aegean: Evidence and Speculation,” in D. J. Pullen (ed.), Political Economies of the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2010) 149-160.

G. J. van Wijngaarden, “Sharing Material Culture? Mycenaeans in the Mediterranean,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 453-482.

G. J. van Wijngaarden, “Trade Goods Reprodcing Merchants? The Materiality of Mediterranean Late Bronze Age Exchange,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 61-72.

A. Vianello, “One Sea for All: Intercultural, Social and Economic Contacts in the Bronze Age Mediterranean,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 411-426.

S. Voutsaki, “Value and Exchange in Pre-Monetary Societies: Anthropological Debates and Aegean Archaeology,” Hydra 10(1992) 42-53 [also in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade [SIMA Pocketbook 134] (Jonsered 1995) 7-17].

S. Voutsaki, “The Creation of Value and Prestige in the Aegean Late Bronze Age,” Journal of European Archaeology 5:2 (1997) 34-52.

A. Yannai, Studies on Trade between the Levant and the Aegean in the 14th to 12th Centuries B.C. (Ph.D. dissertation, Linacre College, Oxford University 1983).

J. G. Younger, “A View from the Sea,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 161-184.

 

Weight Systems and Metrology

M. E. Alberti, “Ayia Irini: les poids de balance dans leur contexte,” Quaderni ticinesi di numismatica e antichità classiche 24(1995) 9-37.

M. E. Alberti, “A Stone or Weight? The Tale of the Fish, the Melon and the Balance,” AIIN 45(1998) 9-22.

M. E. Alberti, “Il sistema ponderale egeo tra omogeneità e disontinuità tra il mondo minoico e quello miceneo,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999] 339-350.

M. E. Alberti, “Les poids de Malia entre les premiers et les seconds palais: un essai de mise en contexte,” BCH 124(2000) 57-73.

M. E. Alberti, “Weighting and Dying between East and West: Weighing Materials from LBA Aegean Funerary Contexts,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 277-284.

M. E. Alberti, “I sistemi ponderali dell’Egeo nell’età del bronzo. Studi, storia, pratica e contatti,” Annuario 81(2003) [2005] 597-640.

M. E. Alberti, “Changing in Time: Some Aspects of the Aegean and Cypriot Balance Weights,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 315-340.

M. E. Alberti and V. Aravantinos, “The Balance Weights from the Kadmeia, Thebes,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 293-313.

M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, N. Parise, and L. Peyronel, “Weights in Context. Current Approaches to the Study of the Ancient Weight Systems,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 1-8.

M. E. Alberti and N. Parise, “Towards an Unification of Mass-Units between the Aegean and the Levant,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 381-391.

V. Aravantinos, “Mykenaïka stathmia apo te Theba,” Proceedings of the B’ International Congress of Boeotian Studies [forthcoming].

A. Bobokhyan, “Identifying Balance Weights and Weight Systems in Bronze Age Troia: Preliminary Reflections,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 71-125.

T. Brogan, “Tipping the Scales: Evidence for Weight Measurement from the Wider Neopalatial Community at Mochlos,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 265-292.

J-C. Courtois, “Le trésor de poids de Kalavasos-Ayios Dhimitrios 1982,” RDAC (1983) 117-130.

A. Herda, “Rindergestaltige Gewichte der späten Bronzezeit aus griechischen Heiligtümern,” IstMitt 46(1996) 67-82.

H. Lassen, “Introduction to Weight Systems in the Bronze Age East Mediterranean: The Case of Kalavasos-Ayios Dhimitrios,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 233-246.

A. Michailidou, “Metriko systema kai scheseis paragoges sto Aigaio sten Ystere Epoche tou Chalkou,” Meletemata 10(1990) 65-   .

A. Michailidou, “The Lead Weights from Akrotiri: The Archaeological Record,” in D. A. Hardy et al. (eds.), Thera and the Aegean World III.1 (London 1990) 407-419.

A. Michailidou, “Systems of Weight and Relations of Production in Late Bronze Age Crete,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 87-114

A. Michailidou, “O zygos ste zoe ton katoikon tou Aigaiou kai tes Aigyptou,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 128-149.

A. Michailidou (ed.), Manufacture and Measurement. Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies (Athens 2001).

A. Michailidou, “Measuring Weight and Value in Bronze Age Economies in the Aegean and the Near East: A Discussion on Metal Axes of No Practical Use,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 301-314.

A. Michailidou, “On the Minoan Economy: A Tribute to ‘Minoan Weights and Mediums of Currency’ by Arthur Evans,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [British School at Athens Studies 12] (London 2004) 311-321.

A. Michailidou, Weight and Value in Pre-Coinage Societies: An Introduction (Athens 2005).

A. Michailidou, “Stone Balance Weights? The Evidence from Akrotiri on Thera,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 233-263.

A. Michailidou, Weight and Value in Pre-Coinage Societies II: Sidelights on Measurement from the Aegean and the Orient (Athens 2008).

A. Michailidou, “Measuring by Weight in the Late Bronze Age Aegean: The People behind the Measuring Tools,” in I. Morley and C. Renfrew (eds.), The Archaeology of Measurement: Comprehending Heaven, Earth and Time in Ancient Societies (Cambridge 2010) 71-87.

J. Pakkanen, “Aegean Bronze Age Weights, Chaînes Opératoires and the Detecting of Patterns through Statistical Analyses,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 143-166.

T. Pedrazzi, “Misure di capacità fra Egeo e Levante durante la tarda Età del Bronzo:

il contributo delle anfore,” Agoge 2(2005) 55-66.

T. Pedrazzi, Le giare da conservazione e trasporto del Levante: Uno studio archeologico dell’economia fra Bronzo Tardo II e Ferro I (ca.1400–900 A.C.) (Pisa 2007).

K. Petruso, Systems of Weight in the Bronze Age Aegean (Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University 1978).

K. M. Petruso, “Lead Weights from Akrotiri: Preliminary Observations,” TAW  I (1978) 547-553.

K. M. Petruso, “Reflections on Cycladic and Minoan Metrology and Trade,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 135-142.

K. M. Petruso, “Prolegomena to Late Cypriot Weight Metrology,” AJA 88(1984) 293-304.

K. M. Petruso, Keos VIII. Ayia Irini: The Balance Weights, An Analysis of Weight Measurement in Prehistoric Crete and the Cycladic Islands (Mainz 1992).

K. Petruso, “Quantal Analysis of Some Mycenaean Balance Weights,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 285-291.

C. Pulak, “The Balance Weights from the Late Bronze Age Shipwreck at Uluburun,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 247-266.

L. Rahmstorf, “The Identification of Early Helladic Weights and Their Wider Implications,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 293-299.

L. Rahmstorf, “In Search of the Earliest Balance Weights, Scales and Weighing Systems from the East Mediterranean, the Near and Middle East,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel (eds.), Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 9-45.

L. Rahmstorf, “The Concept of Weighing during the Bronze Age in the Aegean, the Near East and Europe,” in I. Morley and C. Renfrew (eds.), The Archaeology of Measurement: Comprehending Heaven, Earth and Time in Ancient Societies (Cambridge 2010) 88-105.

S. Ratnagar, “Theorizing Bronze-Age Intercultural Trade: The Evidence of the Weights,” Paléorient 29(2003) 79-92.

M. Ruiz-Gálvez, “Weight Systems and Exchange Networks in Bronze Age Europe,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 267-279.

 

Aegean Harbors, Ports, and Specialized Maritime Architecture

L. K. Blue, A Topographical Analysis of the Location of Harbours and Anchorages of the Eastern Mediterranean in the Middle Bronze Age and Late Bronze Age and their Relation to Trade (Ph.D. dissertation; University of Oxford 1995).

L. K. Blue, “Cyprus and Cilicia: The Typology and Palaeogeography of Second Millennium Harbors,” in  S. Swiny, R. L. Hohlfelder, and H. W. Swiny (eds.),  Res Maritimae: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity [CAARI Monograph 1] (Atlanta 1997)  31-44.

S. Chryssoulaki, “The Imaginary Navy of Minoan Crete: Rocky Coasts and Probable Harbors,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 77-90.

E. Hadjidaki, “A Possible Minoan Harbor on South Crete,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 53-60.

Y. Lolos, “Notes on Salaminian Harbours,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis III: 3rd International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity: Athens 1989 (Athens 1995) 291-308.

N. Marriner and C. Morhange, “Geoscience of Ancient Mediterranean Harbours,” Earth-Science Reviews 80(2007) 137-194.

C. Pagiliara, “Rocavecchia (Lecce): il sito, le fortificazioni e l’abitato dell’età del Bronzo,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 629-635.

A. Raban, “Minoan and Canaanite Harbours,” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991).

A. Raban, “Near Eastern Harbors: Thirteenth – Seventh Centuries BCE,” in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998) 428-438.

A. Rizio, “Vivara: An ‘International’ Port in the Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 623-627.

R. Rothaus, E. Reinhardt, T. Tartaron, and J. Noller, “A Geoarchaeological Approach for Detecting Prehistoric Aegean Harbors,” in K. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 37-47.

J. W. Shaw, “Bronze Age Aegean Harborsides,” in D. Hardy (ed.), Thera and the Aegean World III.1 (London 1990) 420-436.

J. W. Shaw, “Kommos in Southern Crete: an Aegean Barometer for East-West Interconnections,” in V. Karageorghis and N. Stampolidis (eds.), Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus – Dodecanese – Crete, 16th – 6th Cent. B.C. (Athens 1998) 13-27.

J. W. and M. C. Shaw, “A Proposal for Bronze Age Aegean Ship-sheds in Crete,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity (Athens 1999) 369-382.

V. Stürmer, “Zur Organisation minoischer Hafenlagen,” in P. Darcque and R. Treuil (eds.), L’habitat égéen préhistorique [BCH Supplement 19] (Paris 1990) 413-420.

T. F. Tartaron, R. M. Rothaus, and D. J. Pullen, “Searching for Prehistoric Aegean Harbors with GIS, Geomorphology, and Archaeology,” Athena Review 3:4(2005) 27-36.

T. F. Tartaron, D. J. Pullen, R. K. Dunn, L. Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, A. Dill, and J. I. Boyce, “The Saronic Harbors Archaeological Research Project (SHARP): Investigations at Mycenaean Kalamianos, 2007-2009,” Hesperia 80(2011) 559-634.

E. Zangger, M. E. Timpson, S. B. Yazvenko,  and H. Leiermann, “Searching for the Ports of Troy,” in P. Leveau, K. Walsh, and G. Barker (eds.),  Environmental Reconstruction in Mediterranean Landscape Archaeology  (Oxford 1998) 89-103


Ships and Seamanship in the Prehistoric Aegean

Ch. Agourides, Maritime Trade in Early Bronze Age Aegean (MSt thesis, Oxford University 1995).

Ch. Agourides, “Sea Routes and Navigation in the Third Millennium Aegean,” OJA 16(1997) 1-24.

Ch. Agouridis, “The Late Bronze Age Shipwreck at Point Iria: Discovery and Excavation,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 25-42.

Ch. Agouridis, “To navagio tes Yesteres Epoches tou Chalkou sto Akroterio ton Irion tou Argolikou,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 149-158.

Ch. Agourides, “Enalia archaiologike erevna Argolikou – Erevnetike periodos 2003,” Enalia 8(2004) 28-44, esp. 28-32.

Ch. Agourides, “To navagio tes Ysteres Epoches tou Chalkou sto Modi,” Praktika tou B’ Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou, Methana, 30 Iouniou – 2 Iouliou 2006) [forthcoming].

F. Avilia, “Le rotte commerciali e la navigazione micenea,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo Congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996) III: 1355-1364.

C. S. Bachhuber, “Aegean Interest on the Uluburun Ship,” AJA 110(2006) 345-363.

L. Basch, Le musée imaginaire de la marine antique (Athens 1987).

L. Basch, “Une représentation de navire de type égéen dans l’oasis de Dakhleh (Égypte) vers 1200 av. J.-C.,” in S. Swiny, R. L. Hohlfelder, and H. Wylde Swiny (eds.), Res Maritimae: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity [CAARI Monograph Series 1] (Atlanta 1997) 17-30.

G. Bass, “Cape Gelidonya: A Bronze Age Shipwreck,” Transactions and Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society 57:8(1967).

G. F. Bass, “Cape Gelidonya and Bronze Age Maritime Trade,” in H. A. Hoffner (ed.), Orient and Occident: Essays Presented to Cyrus H. Gordon on His Sixty-fifth Birthday (1973) 29-38.

G. F. Bass, “Sheytan Deresi: Preliminary Report,” IJNA 5(1976) 293-303.

G. F. Bass, “A Bronze Age Shipwreck at Ulu Burun (Kas): 1984 Campaign,” AJA 90(1986) 269-296.

G. F. Bass, “Oldest Known Shipwreck Reveals Bronze Age Splendors,” National Geographic 172:6(1987) 693-733.

G. F. Bass, C. Pulak, D. Collon, and J. Weinstein, “The Bronze Age Shipwreck at Ulu Burun (Kas): 1986 Campaign,” AJA 93(1989) 1-29.

G. F. Bass, Shipwrecks in the Bodrum Museum of Underwater Archaeology (Ankara 1996).

G. F. Bass, “An Enigma at Devil Creek: Seytan Deresi, Turkey,” in G. F. Bass (ed.), Beneath the Seven Seas: Adventures with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology (London 2005) 31-33.

E. Bloedow, “Aspects of Trade in the Bronze Age Mediterranean: What Was the Ultimate Destination of the Uluburun Ship?,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 335-341.

C. Broodbank, “The Longboat and Society in the Cyclades in the Keros-Syros Culture,” AJA 93(1989) 319-337.

L. Casson, “Bronze Age Ships. The Evidence of the Thera Wall Paintings,” IJNA 4(1975) 3-10.

L. Casson, Ships and Seamanship in the Ancient World [2nd edition] (Princeton 1986).

E. H. Cline and A. Yasur-Landau, “Musings from a Distant Shore: The Nature and Destination of the Uluburun Ship and its Cargo,” Tel Aviv 34(2007) 125-141.

D. Collon, “Le sceau d’Uluburun KW 1463, ‘Petit Prince’ ou ‘Grand Roi’?,” Cahiers du Centre d’Études Chypriotes 37(2007) 145-156.

J. P. Crielaard, “Basileis at Sea: Elites and External Contacts in the Euboean Gulf Region from the End of the Bronze Age to the Beginning of the Iron Age,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 271-297.

F. Dakoronia, “War-ships on Sherds of LH IIIC Kraters from Kynos,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis II: Proceedings of the 2nd International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity (Delphi 1987) 117-121.

F. Dakoronia, “Kynos . . . . .Fleet,”  in Tropis IV: 4th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Athens 1991 (Athens 1996) 159-171.

F. Dakoronia, “Representations of Sea-battles on Mycenaean Sherds from Kynos,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Nauplia 1993 (Athens 1999) 119-128.

K. Davaras, “Une ancre minoenne sacrée?,” BCH 104(1980) 47-71.

K. Davaras, “Minoïko kiriophoro ploiario tes Sylloges Mitsotake,” AE (1984) 55-95.

H. Frost, “Some Cypriot Stone Anchors from Land Sites and from the Sea,” RDAC (1970) 14-24.

H. Frost, “Anchors, the Potsherds of Marine Archaeology: On the Recording of Pierced Stones from the Mediterranean,” in D. J. Blackman (ed.), Marine Archaeology: Colston Papers (London 1973) 397-403.

H. Frost, “Bronze Age Stone Anchors from the Eastern Mediterranean, Dating and Identification,” Mariner’s Mirror 61(1975) 377-394.

H. Frost, “The Kition Anchors,” in V. Karageorghis and M. Demas (eds.), Excavations at Kition V: The Pre-Phoenician Levels, Areas I and II, part I (Nicosia 1985) 281-321.

H. Frost, “Anchors Sacred and Profane, Ugarit-Ras Shamra, 1986: The Stone Anchors Revised and Compared,” in M. Yon (ed.), Arts et Industrie de la Pierre [Ras Shamra – Ougarit VI] (Paris 1991) 355-408.

H. Frost, “Stone Anchors: A Reassessment Reassessed,” Mariner’s Mirror 79(1993) 449-458.

M. Georgiadis, “The Mycenaean Role in Late Bronze Age III Exchanges Assessed on the Basis of Four Shipwrecks,” in M. Georgiadis and G. M. Muskett (eds.), The Seas of Antiquity (Liverpool 2002) 34-48.

H. Georgiou, “A Sea Approach to Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 353-364.

T. C. Gillmer, “The Thera Ship,” Mariner’s Mirror 64(1978) 321-327.

A. Göttlicher, Materialen für ein Corpus der Schiffsmodelle im Altertum (Mainz 1978).

D. Gray, Seewesen [Archaeologica Homerica I, Kapitel G] (Göttingen 1974).

S. Gülçur, “Das bronzezeitliche Wrack von Uluburun bei Kas,” Antike Welt 26(1995) 453-461.

E. Hadjidaki and P. Betancourt, “A Minoan Shipwreck off Pseira Island, East Crete. Preliminary Report,” Eulimene 6-7(2005-6) 79-96.

E. Hadjidaki and P. Betancourt, “To proto minoïko navagio,” Kritiko Panorama 16(2006) 20-38.

W. A. Heurtley, “Notes on the Harbours of South Boeotia and Sea-Trade between Boeotia and Corinth in Prehistoric Times,” BSA 26(1923-25) 38-45.

F. Hocker and T. G. Palaima, “Late Bronze Age Aegean Ships and the Pylos Tablets Vn46 and Vn879,” Minos 25-26(1990-91) 297-318.

O. Höckman, “The Kynos Sea-fighters: Exception or Rule?,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VI: 6th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Lamia 1996 (Athens 2001) 223-234.

P. F. Johnston, Ship and Boat Models in Ancient Greece (Annapolis 1985).

P. Johnstone, “Stern First in the Stone Age?,” IJNA 2(1973) 3-11.

P. Johnstone, The Sea-Craft of Prehistory (London 1980).

R. Jung, “Ta ploia tes Amydonas – Skepseis yia enan kratera apo ton Kastana,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VI: 6th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Lamia 1996 (Athens 2001) 241-264.

D. Karaminou, “On the Form of Mycenaean Ships,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VII: 7th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Pylos 1999 (Athens 2002)

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I. Kilian, “Überlegungen zum spätbronzezeitlichen Schiffswrack von Ulu Burun (Kas),” JRGZM 40(1993) 333-352.

A. Kourtis, “To ploio tes Theras: Mia alle exdoche yia ton tropo kataseves tou kai te chresimoteta tou prymnaiou embolou tou,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VI: 6th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Lamia 1996 (Athens 2001)  343-355.

G. B. Koutsouflakis, “Ship Emblems and Akrostolia in Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: an Analysis,” in I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999) 133-149.

A. Kyrou, “Topographical and Historical Context of the Iria Wreck,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 99-114.

C. Lambrou-Phillipson, “High Sterns on Bronze Age Ships: The Reasons and the Reasoning,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Nauplia 1993 (Athens 1999) 249-255..

F. Lang, “Delphin oder Heckfigur auf einem mykenischen Steinvasenfragment,” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 29(1999) 335-338.

F. Lang, “Sitzmöbel auf minoisch-mykenischen Schiffen? Spekulationen über verborgene Dinge,” in B. Asamer, P. Höglinger, C. Reinholdt, R. Smetana, and W. Wohlmayr (eds.), TEMENOS: Festgabe für Florens Felten und Stefan Hiller (Vienna 2002) 21-26.

C. Laviosa, “La marina micenea,” Annuario 47-48 (1969-70) 7-40.

Y. G. Lolos, “Late Cypro-Mycenaean Seafaring: New Evidence from Sites in the Saronic and the Argolic Gulfs,” in V. Karageorghis and D. Michaelides (eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium ‘Cyprus and the Sea’ (Nicosia 1995) 65-85.

Y. Lolos, “Der Schiffsfund von Kap Iria (Golf von Argos),” Antike Welt 26(1995) 59-62.

F. Lo Schiavo, “Cyprus and Sardinia in the Mediterranean Trade Routes toward the West,” in V. Karageorghis and D. Michaelides (eds.), Proceedings of the International Symposium ‘Cyprus and the Sea’ (Nicosia 1995) 45-60.

F. Lo Schiavo, “Ancore di peitra dalla Sardegna: una riflessione metodologica e problematica,” in I Fenici: ieri, oggi, domani. Ricerche, scoperte, progetti (Rome 1995) 409-421.

F. Lo Schiavo, “Le ancore di pietra,” in Catalogo della Mostra “Phoinikes B Shrdn. I Fenici in Sardegna: Nuove acquisizioni” (Oristano 1997) 36-39.

S. W. Manning, C. Pulak, B. Kromer, S. Talamo, C. Bronk Ramsey, and M. Dee, “Absolute Age of the Uluburun Shipwreck: A Key Late Bronze Age Time-Capsule for the East Mediterranean,” in S. W. Manning and M. J. Bruce (eds.), Tree-Rings, Kings, and Old World Archaeology and Environment: Papers Presented in Honor of Peter Ian Kuniholm (Oxford 2009) 163-188.

E. K. Mantzourani and A. J. Theodorou, “An Attempt to Delineate the Sea Routes between Crete and Cyprus during the Bronze Age,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), The Civilizations of the Aegean and their Diffusion in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean 2000-600 B.C. (Nicosia 1991) 38-56.

R. E. Margariti, The Seytan Deresi Wreck and the Minoan Connection in the Eastern Aegean (M.A. thesis, Texas A&M University 1998).

S. Marinatos, “La marine créto-mycénienne,” BCH 57(1933) 170-235.

S. Marinatos, “Die Schiffsfresko von Akrotiri, Thera,” in D. Gray, Seewesen [Archaeologica Homerica I, Kapitel G] (Göttingen 1974) 140-151.

D. E. McCaslin, Stone Anchors in Antiquity: Coastal Settlements and Maritime Trade-routes in the Eastern Mediterranean ca. 1600-1050 B.C. [SIMA 61] (Göteborg 1980).

V. McGeehan Liritzis, “Seafaring Craft and Cultural Contact in the Aegean during the 3rd Millennium B.C.,” IJNA 17(1988) 237-256.

L. Morgan Brown, “The Ship Procession in the Miniature Fresco,” in C. Doumas and H. C. Puchelt (eds.), TAW  I (London 1978) 629-642.

L. Morgan, The Miniature Wall Paintings of Thera: A Study in Aegean Culture and Iconography (Cambridge 1988).

P. A. Mountjoy, “Mycenaean Connections with the Near East in LH IIIC: Ships and Sea Peoples,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 423-427.

P. A. Mountjoy, “A Bronze Age Ship from Ashkelon with Particular Reference to the Bronze Age Ship from Bademgedigi Tepe,” AJA 115(2011) 483-488.

A. Nibbi, “Stone Anchors: The Evidence Reassessed,” Mariner’s Mirror 79(1993) 5-26.

T. G. Palaima, “Maritime Matters in the Linear B Tablets,” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch

(eds.), Thalassa. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991) 273-310.

D. Papageorgiou, “Revmata kai anemoi sto voreio Aigaio,” in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 424-442.

D. Papageorgiou, “Ta ‘Argonaftika’ kai oi thalassioi dromoi sto proïstoriko Aigaio,” in A. Vlachopoulos and K. Birtacha (eds.), ARGONAUTIS: Timetikos tomos yia ton Kathegete Christo G. Douma apo tous mathetes tou sto Panepistimio Athenon (1980-2000) (Athens 2003) 85-100.

D. Papageorgiou, “The Marine Environment and its Influence on Seafaring and Maritime Routes in the Prehistoric Aegean,” EJA 11(2009) 199-222.

G. A. Papathanasopoulos, “To protoelladiko navagio tes Dokou,” AAA 9(1976) 17-23.

Ch. Pennas and Y. Lolos, “Underwater Surface Exploration at the Wreck of Late Bronze Age Period at the Peninsula of Iria,” Enalia 3(1991) 8-25.

Ch. Pennas, Y. Vichos, and Y. Lolos, “Navagio Akrotiriou Irion,” Enalia 4(1992) 12-14.

Ch. Pennas, Y. Vichos, and Y. Lolos, “The 1991 Underwater Survey of the Late Bronze Age Wreck at Point Iria,” Enalia Annual 3(1995) 4-16.

I. Pini, “Zum ‘Ring des Minos’,” in EILAPINE: Festschrift N. Platon (Heraklion 1987) 441-455.

N. Platon, “The Minoan Thalassocracy and the Golden Ring of Minos,” in R. Hägg and

N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassorcacy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 65-69.

M. G. Prytulak, “Weapons on Thera Ships?,” IJNA 11(1982) 3-6.

C. Pulak, “The Bronze Age Shipwreck at Ulu Burun, Turkey: 1985 Campaign,” AJA 92(1988) 1-37.

C. Pulak, “The Shipwreck at Uluburun: 1993 Excavation Campaign,” INA Quarterly 20:4(1993) 4-12.

C. Pulak, “Das Schiffswrack von Uluburun,” Antike Welt 26(1995) 43-58.

C. Pulak, “The Uluburun Shipwreck,” in S. Swiny, R. L. Hohlfelder, and H. Wylde Swiny (eds.), Res Maritimae: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity [CAARI Monograph Series 1] (Atlanta 1997) 233-262.

C. Pulak, “The Uluburun Shipwreck: An Overview,” IJNA 27(1998) 188-224.

C. Pulak, “The Late Bronze Age Shipwreck at Uluburun: Aspects of Hull Construction,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 209-238.

C. Pulak, “The Cargo of the Uluburun Ship and Evidence for Trade with the Aegean and Beyond,” in L. Bonfante and V. Karageorghis (eds.), Italy and Cyprus in Antiquity, 1500 – 450 BC (Nicosia 2001) 13-60.

C. Pulak, “Who Were the Mycenaeans aboard the Uluburun Ship?,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 295-310.

C. Pulak, “The Ulu Burun Shipwreck and Late Bronze Age Trade,” in J. Aruz, K. Benzel, and J. M. Evans (eds.), Beyond Babyloon: Art, Trade, and Diplomacy in the Second Millennium B.C. (New Haven 2008) 289-310.

A. Raban, “The Thera Ships. Another Interpretation,” AJA 88(1984) 11-19.

C. G. Reynolds, “The Maritime Character of Minoan Civilization,” The American Neptune 56(1996) 315-351.

I. Sakellarakis, “Elephantinon ploion ek Mykenon,” AE (1971) 188-233.

J. W. Shaw, “Two Three-holed Stone Anchors from Kommos, Crete: Their Context, Type and Origin,” IJNA 24(1995) 279-291.

J. W. Shaw and H. Blitzer, “Stone Weight Anchors from Kommos, Crete,” IJNA 12(1983) 91-100.

M. C. Shaw, “Ship Cabins of the Bronze Age Aegean,” IJNA 11(1982) 53-58.

M. C. Shaw, “Symbols of Naval Power at the Palace at Pylos: The Evidence from the Frescoes,” in S. Böhm and K.-V. von Eickstedt (eds.), ITHAKE: Festschrift für Jörg Schäfer zum 75. Geburtstage am 25.April 2001 (       2001) 37-43.

C. Sourvinou-Inwood, “On the Lost ‘Boat’ Ring from Mochlos,” Kadmos 12(1973) 149-158.

J. R. Steffy, Wooden Ship Building and the Interpretation of Shipwrecks (College Station 1994).

A. Tilley, Seafaring on the Ancient Mediterranean: New Thoughts on Triremes and Other Ancient Ships [BAR International S1268] (Oxford 2004).

M. Tsipopoulou, “A Minoan Anchor from Petras, Siteias,” AE 128(1989) 121-128.

N. Tsouchlos et al., “Dokos Project,” Enalia 1(1990) 10-44.

A. Van de Moortel, “Un graffito de bateau de l’Age du Bronze à Malia,” BCH 118(1994) 389-397.

Y. Vichos, “Vavagio Akroteriou Irion (1993): II. Oi lithines ankyres,” Enalia 4:3/4(1992) [1996] 15-18.

Y. Vichos, “The Point Iria Wreck: The Nautical Dimension,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 77-98.

Y. Vichos, “Three Unknown Representations of Ancient Ships (from Early Bronze Age to the Late Geometric Period), in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity (Athens 1999) 477-490.

Y. Vichos and Y. Lolos, “The Cypro-Mycenaean Wreck at Point Iria in the Argolic Gulf: First Thoughts on the Origin and Nature of the Vessel,” in S. Swiny, R. L. Hohlfelder, and H. Wylde Swiny (eds.), Res Maritimae: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity [CAARI Monograph Series 1] (Atlanta 1997) 321-338.

S. Wachsmann, “The Thera Waterborne Procession Reconsidered,” IJNA 9(1980) 287-295.

S. Wachsmann, “The Ships of the Sea Peoples,” IJNA 10(1981) 187-220.

S. Wachsmann, “Bird-head Devices on Mycenaean Ships,” in Tropis IV: 4th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Athens 1991 (Athens 1996) 539-572.

S. Wachsmann, “Were the Sea Peoples Mycenaeans? The Evidence of Ship Iconography,” in S. Swiny, R. L. Hohlfelder, and H. Wylde Swiny (eds.), Res Maritimae: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity [CAARI Monograph Series 1] (Atlanta 1997) 339-356.

S. Wachsmann, Seagoing Ships and Seamanship in the Bronze Age Levant [College Station 1998].

S. Wachsmann, “The Pylos Rowers Tablets Reconsidered,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Nauplia 1993 (Athens 1999) 491-504.

M. Wedde, Ta Nautika. Prolegomena to the Study of Aegean Bronze Age Ships. A Catalogue Raisonné and an Interpretative Essay (M.A. Thesis; Université de Neuchatel 1986).

M. Wedde, “The ‘Ring of Minos’ and Beyond: Thoughts on Directional Determination in Aegean Bronze Age Ship Iconography,” Hydra 7(1990) 1-24.

M. Wedde, “Aegean Bronze Age Ship Imagery: Regionalisms, a Minoan Bias, and a ‘Thalassocracy’.” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), Thalassa. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991)  73-94.

M. Wedde, “From Classification to Narrative: The Contribution of Iconography towards Writing a History of Early Aegean Shipbuilding,” Mediterranean Historical Review 11(1996) 117-164.

M. Wedde, “The Intellectual Stowaway: On the Movement of Ideas within Exchange Systems: A Minoan Case Study,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 67-76.

M. Wedde, “Decked Vessels in Early Greek Ship Architecture,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Nauplia 1993 (Athens 1999) 505-526.

M. Wedde, Towards a Hermeneutics of Aegean Bronze Age Ship Imagery [Peleus: Studien zur Archäologie und Geschichte Griechenlands und Zyperns 6] (Mannheim 2000).

M. Wedde, “On the Role of Multi-functional Hybrid Hulls in the Construction of a Narrative of Early Greek Ship Architecture,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VI: 6th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Lamia 1996 (Athens 2001) 607-633.

M. Wedde, “The Boat Model from the Late Helladic IIIA-B Sanctuary at Agios Konstantinos (Methana) and its Typological Context,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 285-300.

M. Wedde, “The Mycenaean Galley in Context: From Fact to Idée fixe,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 29-37.

K. Westerberg, Cypriote Ships from the Bronze Age to c. 500 B.C. (Göteborg 1983).

Ü. Yalcin, C. Pulak, and R. Slotta (eds.), Das Schiff von Uluburun: Welthandel vor 3000 Jahren [Katalog der Ausstellung des Deutschen Bergbau-Museums Bochum vom 15 Juli 2005 bis 16 Juli 2006] (Bochum 2005).

Amber

C. Aubert, “La diffusion de l’ambre à l’époque mycénienne: Hypothèse d’un rôle de la péninsule ibérique,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo Congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996) II: 663-675.

C. W. and L. Y. Beck, “Analysis and Provenience of Minoan and Mycenaean Amber, V: Pylos and Messenia,” GRBS 36(1995) 119-135.

A. Harding and H. Hughes-Brock, “Amber in the Mycenaean World,” BSA 69(1974) 145-172.

H. Hughes-Brock, “Amber and the Mycenaeans,” Journal of Baltic Studies 16:3(1985) 257-267.

H. Hughes-Brock, “Amber in the Aegean in the Late Bronze Age: Some Problems and Perspectives,” in C. W. Beck and J. Bouzek (eds.), Amber in Archaeology (Prague 1993) 219-229.

H. Hughes-Brock, “Amber and Some Other Travellers in the Bronze Age Aegean and Europe,” in A. Dakouri-Hild and S. Sherratt (eds.), AUTHOCHTHON: Papers Presented to O. T. P. K. Dickinson on the Occasion of His Retirement [BAR International Series 1432] (Oxford 2005) 301-316.

J.Maran, “Wessex und Mykene. Zur Deutung des Bernsteins in der Schachtgräberzeit Südgriechenlands,” in B. Hänsel and E. Studenikova (eds.), Zwischen Karpaten und Ägäis: Neolithikum und Ältere Bronzezeit [Gedenkschrift für Viera Nemejcova-Pavukova] (Rahden 2004) 47-65.

 

Ceramics and Miscellaneous Objects of Terracotta

[see also below under contacts between Aegean Peoples and Other Regions and/Peoples of the Mediterranean and Europe]

Å. Åkerström, “Drei mykenische Gefässfragmente un Nauplia, Kadmos 13(1974) 44-47.

P. Åström, “The Cypriote Pottery from the Iria Shipwreck,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 131-138.

D. Ben-Shlomo, E. Nodarou, and J. B. Rutter, “Transport Stirrup Jars from the Southern Levant: New Light on Commodity Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean,” AJA 115(2011) 329-353.

H. W. Catling, “A Late Cypriot Import in Rhodes,” BSA 86(1991) 1-7.

E. H. Cline, “Coals to Newcastle, Wallbrackets to Tiryns: Irrationality, Gift Exchange, and Distance Value,” in P. P. Betancourt, V. Karageorghis, R. Laffineur, and W.-D.

Niemeier (eds.), MELETEMATA: Studies in Aegean Archaeology Presented to Malcolm H. Wiener as He Enters His 65th Year [Aegaeum 20] (Liège/Austin 1999) 119-123.

M. Dabney, “Marketing Mycenaean Pottery in the Levant,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 191-197.

A. L. D’Agata, Y. Goren, H. Mommsen, A. Schwedt, and A. Yasur-Landau, “Imported Pottery of LH IIIC Style from Israel. Style, Provenance, and Chronology,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 371-379.

P. Darcque, “Les Mycéniens en dehors de Grèce continentale: la céramique et les autres témoignages archéologiques,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 45-58.

P. M. Day, “Petrographic Analysis of Ceramics from the Shipwreck at Point Iria,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 59-76.

P. Day and H. Haskell, “Transport Stirrup Jars from Thebes as Evidence of Trade in Late Bronze Age Greece,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade [SIMA Pocketbook 134] (Jonsered 1995) 87-109.

P. M. Day, V. Kilikoglou, P. Quinn, and J. B. Rutter, “A World of Goods: Transport Jars and Commodity Exchange at the Late Bronze Age Harbor of Kommos, Crete,” Hesperia 80(2011) 511-558.

H. Döhl, “Bronzezeitliche Graffiti und Dipinti aus Tiryns II: Nach dem Brand eingeritzte und gemalte Zeichen,” Kadmos 18(1979) 47-70.

M. Egetmeyer and M. Zavadil, “Ein spätbronzezeitliches Alabastron aus dem östlichen Mittelmeerraum mit Graffito,” Kadmos 43(2004) 151-158.

E. French, “Tracing Exports of Mycenaean Pottery: The Manchester Contribution,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean (Jonsered 1991) 121-125.

H. Haskell, “Trade and Production in ‘Mycenaean’ Crete,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocketbook 143] (Jonsered 1997)  101-111.

H. W. Haskell, “Region to Region Export of Transport Stirrup Jars from LM IIIA2/B Crete,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 205-221 [with response by A. Kanta (223-234) and discussion (235-241)].

H. W. Haskell, R. E. Jones, P. M. Day, and J. T. Killen, Transport Stirrup Jars of the Bronze Age Aegean and East Mediterranean [Prehistory Monographs 33] (Philadelphia 2011).

N. Hirschfeld, “Incised Marks (Post-Firing) on Aegean Wares,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 311-318.

N. Hirschfeld, “Cypriots in the Mycenaean Aegean,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e Memorie del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia (Rome 1996) 289-297.

N. Hirschfeld,  Potmarks of the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean  (PhD dissertation, University of Texas at Austin 1999).

N. Hirschfeld, “The Cypriot Ceramic Cargo of the Uluburun Shipwreck,” in W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2011) 115-120.

S. M. A. Hoffman, V. J. Robinson, E. B. French, and R. E. Jones, “The Problem of the North-east Peloponnese and Progress to its Solution: Effects of Measurement Error and Element-Element Correlations Defining Ceramic Reference Groups,” in D. Adan-Beyitz, M. Artsy, and F. Asaro (eds.), Nuclear Chemistry and its Influence on Modern Science [forthcoming]

R. E. Jones, Greek and Cypriot Pottery: A Review of Scientific Studies (Athens 1986).

R. E. Jones, “Pottery as Evidence for Trade and Colonisation in the Aegean Bronze Age: The Contribution of Scientific Techniques,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 11-17.

R. Jung, “Can We Say, What’s Behind All Those Sherds? Ceramic Innovations in the Eastern Mediterranean at the End of the Second Millennium,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 104-120.

C. Knappett, “Pottery,” in H. D. G. Maschner and C. Chippindale (eds.), Handbook of Archaeological Methods (Lanham 2005) 673-714.

R. B. Koehl, “Preliminary Observations on the Unpublished Mycenaean Pottery from Woolley’s Dig-House at Tell Atchana (Ancient Alalakh),” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 415-421.

A. Leonard, Jr. and E. Cline, “The Aegean Pottery at Megiddo: An Appriasal and Reanalysis,” BASOR 309(1998) 3-39.

Y. Lolos, “Navagio Akroteriou Irion (1993): III. Ta kerameika evremata,” Enalia 4:3/4(1992) [1996] 19-29.

Y. G. Lolos, “The Cargo of Pottery from the Point Iria Wreck: Character and Implications,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 43-58.

J. Maran, “Late Minoan Coarse Ware Stirrup Jars on the Greek Mainland. A Postpalatial Perspective from the 12th Century BC Argolid,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 415-431.

P. A. Mountjoy, “A Mycenaean Vase from Megiddo,” BASOR 349(2008) 13-24.

T. Mühlenbruch, Die Synchronisierung der nördlichen Levante und Kilikiens mit der ägäischen Spätbronzezeit (Vienna 2009).

O.  and M. Negbi, “Stirrup-Jars Versus Canaanite Jars: Their Contents and Reciprocal Trade,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 319-329.

J. P. Olivier, “Tirynthian Graffiti: Ausgrabungen in Tiryns 1982/83,” AA (1988) 253-268.

A. Papadopoulos, “Business as Usual: Cypriot Demand for Aegean Pottery during the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 167-182.

T. Pedrazzi, Le giare da conservazione fra Bronzo Trado e Ferro I: un modello di analisi della trasformazione delle società agro-pastorali del Levante (Università degli Studi “La Sapienza” di Roma 2002).

T. Pedrazzi, “I contenitori di conservazione di grandi dimensioni nel Levante centro-meridionale: persistenza e sviluppo di caratteri regionali nel Ferro I,” Contributi e Materiale di Archeologia Orientale 9(2003) 451-501.

T. Pedrazzi, Le giare da conservazione e trasporto del Levante: Uno studio archeologico dell’economia fra Bronzo Tardo II e Ferro I (ca.1400–900 A.C.) (Pisa 2007).

J. B. Rutter, “The Short-necked Amphora of the Post-Palatial Mesara,” Pepragmena tou H’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2000) A3: 177-188.

J. B. Rutter, “Migrant Drinking Assemblages in Aegean Bronze Age Settings,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 73-88.

S. Sherratt, “E pur si muove: Pots, Markets and Values in the Second Millennium Mediterranean,” in J. P. Crielaard, V. Stissi, and G. J. van Wijngaarden (eds.), The Complex Past of Pottery: Production, Circulation and Consumption of Mycenaean and Greek Pottery [Sixteenth to Early Fifth Centuries B.C.] (Amsterdam 1999) 163-211.

A. K. South and P. Russell, “Mycenaean Pottery and Social Hierarchy at Kalavasos – Ayios Dhimitrios, Cyprus,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 303-310.

L. Steel, “The Social Impact of Mycenaean Imported Pottery in Cyprus,” BSA 93(1998) 285-296.

L. Steel, “Consuming Passions: A Contextual Study of the Local Consumption of Mycenaean Pottery at Tell el-‘Ajjul,” JMA 15(2002) 25-51.

L. Steel, “A Reappraisal of the Distribution, Context and Function of Mycenaean Pottery in Cyprus,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 69-85.

P. W. Stockhammer, “Entangled Pottery: Phenomena of Appropriation in the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 89-103.

P. W. Stockhammer, Materielle Verflechtungen. Zur lokalen Einbindung fremder Keramik in der ostmediterranen Spätbronzezeit (Habilitationschrift, Universität Basel 2012).

J. E. Tomlinson, “Chemical Evidence for a Cretan Origin of Heavy Ware Stirrup Jars Found at Mycenae,” in I. Stratis, M. Babelidis, K. Kotsakis, G. Tsokas, and E. Tsoukala (eds.), Archaeometrical and Archaeological Research in Macedonia and Thrace (Thessalonike 1996)  371-378.

G. J. van Wijngaarden, “Production, Circulation and Consumption of Mycenaean Pottery (Sixteenth to Twelfth Centuries B.C.),” in J. P. Crielaard, V. Stissi, and G. J. van Wijngaarden (eds.), The Complex Past of Pottery: Production, Circulation and Consumption of Mycenaean and Greek Pottery [Sixteenth to Early Fifth Centuries B.C.] (Amsterdam 1999) 21-47.

G. J. M. van Wijngaarden, “An Archaeological Approach to the Concept of Value: Mycenaean Pottery at Ugarit (Syria),” Archaeological Dialogues 6(1999) 2-23 [with discussion by F. A. De Mita, Jr., S. Voutsaki, T Whitelaw, and G. J. van Wijngaarden on pp. 24-27, 27-31, 31-35, and 35-39, respectively].

G. J. M. van Wijngaarden, Use and Appreciation of Mycenaean Pottery Outside Greece: Contexts of LH I – LH IIIB Finds in the Levant, Cyprus and Italy (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Amsterdam 1999).

G. J. van Wijngaarden, Use and Appreciation of Mycenaean Pottery in the Levant, Cyprus and Italy (ca. 1600 – 1200 BC (Amsterdam 2002).

G. J. van Wijngaarden, “Mycenaean Heirlooms, Antiques and Souvenirs in the Levant and Cyprus,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 405-413.

G. J. van Wijngaarden, “The Relevance of Authenticity: Mycenaean-Type Pottery in the Mediterranean,” in P. F. Biehl and Y. Y. Rassamakin (eds.), Import and Imitation in Archaeology (Langenweissbach 2008) 125-145.

A. J. B. Wace and C. W. Blegen, “Pottery as Evidence for Trade and Colonization in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Klio 32(1939) 131-147.

M. Yon, V. Karageorghis, and N. Hirschfeld, Céramiques mycéniennes d’Ougarit [Ras Shamra – Ougarit XIII] (Paris 2000).

C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993).

 

Glass, Faïence, and Ostrich Eggs

D. Conwell, “On Ostrich Eggs and Libyans. Traces of a Bronze Age People from Bates’ Island, Egypt,” Expedition 29:3(1987) 25-34.

C. M. Jackson and P. T. Nicholson, “The Provenance of Some Glass Ingots from the Uluburun Shiwreck,” JAS 37(2010) 295-301.

P. T. Nicholson, C. M. Jackson, and K. M. Trott, “The Ulu Burun Glass Ingots, Cylindrical Vessels and Egyptian Glass,” Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 83(1997) 143-153.

E.J. Peltenburg, “Greeting Gifts and Luxury Faience: A Context for Orientalizing Trends in late Mycenaean Greece,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean (Jonsered 1991) 162-179.

M. S. Walton, A. Shortland, S. Kirk, and P. Degryse, “Evidence for the Trade of Mesopotamian and Egyptian Glass to Mycenaean Greece,” JAS 36(2009) 1496-1503.

 

Metals

F. Begemann, S. Schmitt-Strecker, E. Pernicka, and F. Lo Schiavo, “Chemical Composition and Lead Isotopy of Copper and Bronze from Nuragic Sardinia,” EJA 4(2001) 43-85.

A. M. Bietti Sestieri, “The Metal Industry of Continental Italy, 13th to the 11th Century B.C., and its Connections with the Aegean,” PPS 39(1973) 383-424.

E. Borgna, “I ripostigli delle acropoli micenee e la circolazione del bronzo alla fine dell’età palaziale,” SMEA 35(1995) 7-55.

R. H. Brill and J. M. Wampler, “Isotope Studies of Ancient Lead,” AJA 71(1967) 63-77.

H-G. Buchholz, “Keftiubarren und Erzhandel im zweiten vorchristlichen Jahrtausend,” PZ 37(1959) 1-40.

H-G. Buchholz, “Keftiubarren und Erzhandel im zweiten vorchristlichen Jahrtausend,” PZ 37(1959) 1-40.

H-G. Buchholz, “Das Blei in der mykenischen Kultur und in der bronzezeitlichen Metallurgie Zyperns,” JdI 87(1972) 1-59.

P. Budd, A. M. Pollard, B. Scaife, and R. G. Thomas, “Oxhide Ingots, Recycling and the Mediterranean Metals Trade,” JMA 8(1995) 1-32. [with comments by N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale; M. Hall; E. V. Sayre, K. A. Yener, and E. C. Joel; J. D. Muhly; and E. Pernicka, plus original authors' response, on pp. 33-75]

F. Campus and V. Leonelli, “Considerazioni sui vasi contenitori di lingotti di tipo oxhide e piano-convessi in ambito nuragico,” in Atti del Simposio Italiano di Studi Egei (Rome 1999).

H. W. Catling, Cypriot Bronzework in the Mycenaean World (Oxford 1964).

H. W. Catling, “Workshop and Heirloom: Prehistoric Bronze Stands in the East Mediterranean,” RDAC (1984) 69-91.

N. Cucuzza, “Il mezzo lingotto oxhide da Haghia Triada,” Creta Antica 5(2004) 137-152.

E. Davis, “The Gold of the Shaft Graves: the Transylvanian Connection,” TUAS 8(1983) 32-38.

N. H. Gale, “Archaeometallurgical Studies of Late Bronze Age Copper Oxhide Ingots from the Mediterranean Region,” in A. Hauptmann, E. Pernicka, and G. A. Wagner (eds.), Old World Archaeometallurgy [Der Anschnitt Beiheft 7] (Bochum 1989) 247-268.

N. H. Gale, “Copper Oxhide Ingots: Their Origin and Their Place in the Bronze Age Metals Trade in the Mediterranean,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean [SIMA 90] (Jonsered 1991) 197-239.

N. H. Gale, “The Role of Kea in Metal Production and Trade in the Late Bronze Age,” in  L. G. Mendoni and A. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Paris 1998) 737-758.

N. H. Gale, “Lead Isotope Characterization of the Ore Deposits of Cyprus and Sardinia and its Application to the Dsicovery of the Sources of Copper for Late Bronze Age Oxhide Ingots,” in S. M. M. Young, A. M. Pollard, P. Budd, and R. A. Ixer (eds.), Metals in Antiquity [BAR International S792] (Oxford 1999) 122-133.

N. Gale, “Archaeology, Science-based Archaeology and the Mediterranean Bronze Age Metals Trade: A Contribution to the Debate,” EJA 4(2001) 113-130.

N. Gale and S. Stos Gale, “Bronze Age Copper Sources in the Mediterranean: a New Approach,” Science 216(1982) 11-19.

N. H. and Z. Stos Gale, “Lead Isotope Analysis and Alashiya: 3,”  RDAC (1985) 83-99.

N. H. Gale and Z. Stos Gale, “Oxhide Copper Ingots in Crete and Cyprus and the Bronze Age Metal Trade,” BSA 81(1986) 81-100.

N. H. Gale and Z. Stos Gale, “Oxhide Ingots from Sardinia, Crete and Cyprus and the Bronze Age Copper Trade: New Scientific Evidence,” in M. S. Balmuth (ed.), Studies in Sardinian Archaeology 3: Nuragic Sardinia and the Mycenaean World [BAR International Series 387] (Oxford 1987) 135-177.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Recent Evidence for a Possible Bronze Age Metal Trade between Sardinia and the Aegean,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 349-384.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Copper Oxhide Ingots and the Aegean Metals Trade. New Perspectives,” in P. P. Betancourt, V. Karageorghis, R. Laffineur, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), MELETEMATA: Studies in Aegean Archaeology Presented to Malcolm H. Wiener as He Enters His 65th Year [Aegaeum 20] (Liège/Austin 1999) 267-278.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Lead Isotope Studies Applied to Provenance Studies,” in E. Ciliberto and G. Spoto (eds.), Modern Analytical Methods in Art and Archaeology (New York 2000) 503-584.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Zur Herkunft der Kupferbarren aus den Schiffswrack von Uluburun und der spätbronzezeitliche Metallhandel im Mittelmeerraum,” in Ü. Yalçin, C. Pulak, and R. Slotta (eds.), Das Schiff von Uluburun. Welthandel vor 3000 Jahren. Katalog der Ausstellung des Deutschen Bergbau-Museums Bochum vom 15.Juli 2005 bis 16.Juli 2006 (Bochum 2005) 117-131.

C. Giardino, “Sicilian Hoards and Protohistoric Metal Trade in the Central West Mediterranean,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 99-107.

C. Gillis, R. Clayton, E. Pernicka, and N. Gale, “Tin in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 103-110.

A. Harding, “Mycenaean Greece and Europe: the Evidence of Bronze Tools and Implements,” PPS 41(1975) 183-202.

A. Hartmann, “Die Goldsorten des Äneolithikums und der Frühbronzezeit im Donauraum,” Studia Praehistorica 1-2(1978) 182-191.

A. Hartmann, Prähistorische Goldfunde aus Europa II: spektralanalytische Untersuchung und deren Auswertung (Berlin 1982).

A. Hauptmann, R. Maddin, and M. Prange, “On the Structure and Composition of Copper and Tin Ingots Excavated from the Shipwreck of Uluburun,” BASOR 328(2002) 1-30.

S. Hiller, “The Mycenaeans and their Northern Neighbors,” TUAS 9(1984) 14-30.

E. H. Kakavoyannis, “Archaiologikes ereunes sten Laureotike yia ten anakalypsi metalleutikon enkatastaseon ton proklasikon chronon,” AAA 22(1989) [1995] 71-88.

A. Kanta, “The Gold Earring from the Cemetery of Krya and Mediterranean Trade Towards the End of the Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 701-706.

E. Kapten, “Tin and Ancient Tin Mining in Turkey,” Anatolica 21(1995) 197-203.

V. Kassianidou and B. Knapp, “Archaeometallurgy in the Mediterranean: The Social Context of Mining, Technology, and Trade,” in E. Blake and B. Knapp (eds.), The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory (Oxford 2005) 215-251.

A. B. Knapp, “Alashiya, Caphtor/Keftiu, and Eastern Mediterranean Trade: Recent Studies in Cypriote Archaeology and History,” JFA 12(1985) 231-250.

A. B. Knapp, “Production, Exchange, and Socio-Political Complexity on Bronze Age Cyprus,” OJA 5(1986) 35-60.

A. B. Knapp, “Entrepreneurship, Ethnicity, and Exchange: Mediterranean Inter-Island Relations in the Late Bronze Age,” BSA 85(1990) 115-153.

A. B. Knapp, J. D. and P. M. Muhly, “To Hoard is Human: Late Bronze Age Metal Deposits in Cyprus and the Aegean,” RDAC (1988) 233-262.

A. B. Knapp, “Cyprus, Crete and Copper: A Comment on Catling’s Paradox,” RDAC (1990) 56-63.

F. Lo Schiavo, “Copper Metallurgy in Sardinia during the Late Bronze Age: New Prospects on its Aegean Connections,” in J. D. Muhly, R. Maddin, and V. Karageorghis (eds.), Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, 4000-500 B.C. (Nicosia 1982)271-284.

F. Lo Schiavo, “Le componenti egea e cipriota nella metallurgia della Tarda Età del Bronzo in Italia,” in Magna Grecia e Mondo Miceneo (Taranto 1984).

F. Lo Schiavo, “Early Metallurgy in Sardinia. Copper Oxhide Ingots,” in A. Hauptmann, E. Pernicka, and G. A. Wagner (eds.), Old World Archaeometallurgy [Der Anschnitt Beiheft 7] (Bochum 1989) 33-38.

F. Lo Schiavo, “Sardinian Oxhide Ingots 1998,” in T. Rehren, A. Hauptmann, and J. Muhly (eds.), Metallurgica Antiqua in Honour of H.-G. Bachmann and R. Maddin [Der Anschnitt Beiheft 8] (Bochum 1998) 99-112.

F. Lo Schiavo, “I lingotti oxhide nel Mediterraneo ed in Europa centrale,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999] 499-518.

F. Lo Schiavo, “An Oxhide Ingot Fragment from ‘Piazzale dei Sacelli’, Ayia Triada (Crete) to the National Archaeological Museum, Florence,” in G. Graziadio, R. Guglielmino, V. Lenuzza, and S. Vitale (eds.), Filikh Sunaulia. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology for Mario Benzi [BAR-IS 2460] (Oxford 2013) 49-60.

F. Lo Schiavo, E. Macnamara, and L. Vagnetti, “Late Cypriot Imports to Italy and their Influence on Local Bronzework,” PBSR 53(1985) 1-71.

F. Lo Schiavo, J. D. Muhly, R. Maddin, and A. Giumlia-Mair (eds.), Oxhide Ingots in the Mediterranean (Paris 2010).

E. Macnamara, “A Group of Bronzes from Surbo: New Evidence for Aegean Contacts with Apulia during Mycenaean IIIB and C,” PPS 36(1970) 241-260.

R. Maddin, “The Copper Ingots and Tin Ingots from the Kas Shipwreck,” in A. Hauptmann, E. Pernicka, and G. A. Wagner (eds.), Old World Archaeometallurgy [Der Anschnitt Beiheft 7] (Bochum 1989) 99-105.

H. Mangou and P. V. Ioannou, “Studies of the Late Bronze Age Copper-based Ingots Found in Greece,” BSA 95(2000) 207-217.

H. Matthäus, “Italien und Griechenland in der ausgehenden Bronzezeit: Studien zu einigen Formen der Metallindustrie beider Gebieten,” JdI 95(1980) 109-139.

H. Matthäus, “Heirloom or Tradition? Bronze Stands of the Second and First Millennium B.C. in Cyprus, Greece and Italy,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 285-300.

J. Merkel, “Ancient Smelting and Casting of Copper for Oxhide Ingots,” in M. S. Balmuth (ed.), Studies in Sardinian Archaeology 2: Sardinia in the Mediterranean (Ann Arbor 1986) 251-264.

J. D. Muhly, “Copper and Tin. The Distribution of Mineral Resources and the Nature of the Metals Trade in the Bronze Age,” Transactions of the Connecticut Academy of Arts and Sciences 43(1973) 155-535 and 46(1976) 77-136.

J. D. Muhly, “The Copper Oxhide Ingots and the Bronze Age Metal Trade,” Iraq 39(1977) 73-83.

J. D. Muhly, “Cypriot Copper: Some Geological and Metallurgical Problems,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium: The Relations between Cyprus and Crete, ca. 2000 – 500 B.C. (Nicosia 1979) 87-100.

J. D. Muhly, “The Nature of Trade in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean: The Organization of the Metals Trade and the Role of Cyprus,” in J. D. Muhly, R. Maddin, and V. Karageorghis (eds.), Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, 4000-500 B.C. (Nicosia 1982) 251-266.

J. D. Muhly, “Gold Analysis and Sources of Gold in the Bronze Age,” TUAS 8(1983) 1-14.

J. D. Muhly, “Lead Isotope Analysis and the Kingdom of Alashiya,” RDAC (1983) 210-218.

J.  D. Muhly, “Lead Isotope Analysis and the Problem of Lead in Cyprus,” RDAC (!985) 78-82.

J. D. Muhly, “Sources of Tin and the Beginnings of Bronze Metallurgy,” AJA 89(1985)          .

J. D. Muhly, “The Wider World of Lead Ingots,” RDAC (1988) 263-266.

J. D. Muhly, “The Development of Copper Metallurgy in Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean [SIMA 90] (Jonsered 1991)  180-196.

J. D. Muhly, “Early Bronze Age Tin and the Taurus,” AJA 97(1993) 239-254 [with response from Yener and Vandiver on pp. 255-264].

J. D. Muhly, “Copper, Tin, Silver, and Iron: The Search for Metallic Ores as an Incentive for Foreign Expansion,” in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998)  314-329.

J. D. Muhly, R. Maddin, and T. Stech, “Cyprus, Crete and Sardinia: Copper Ox-hide Ingots and the Bronze Age Metals Trade,” RDAC (1988) 281-298.

J. D. Muhly, R. Maddin, and T. Stech-Wheeler, “The Oxhide Ingots from Enkomi and Mathiati and Late Bronze Age Copper Smelting in Cyprus,” RDAC (1980) 84-95.

J. D. Muhly, T. S. Wheeler, and R. Maddin, “The Cape Gelidonya Shipwreck and the Bronze Age Metals Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean,” JFA 4(1977) 353-362.

C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round: The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000).

C. Paschalidis, “Euboea in the Crossroads of Metals Trade. The Aegean and the Pontic Sea in the Late Bronze Age,” in I. Galanaki, H. Tomas, Y. Galanakis, and R. Laffineur (eds.), Between the Aegean and Baltic Seas: Prehistory across Borders [Aegaeum 27] (Liège/Austin 2007) 433-445.

R. Payton, “The Ulu Burun Writing-Board Set,” AS 41(1991) 99-106.

H. Popov and A. Jockenhövel, “At the Northern Borders of the Mycenaean World: Thracian Gold Mining from the Late Bronze and the Early Iron Age at Ada Tepe in the Eastern Rhodopes,” Anodos. Sudies of the Ancient World 10(2010) 265-282.

C. Pulak, “The Bronze Age Shipwreck at Ulu Burun, Turkey: 1985 Campaign,” AJA 92(1988) 1-37.

C. Pulak, “The Shipwreck at Uluburun: 1993 Excavation Campaign,” INA Quarterly 20:4(1993) 4-12.

C. Pulak, “Three Copper Oxhide Ingots in the Sanliurfa Archaeology Museum, Turkey,” in P. P. Betancourt and S. C. Ferrence (eds.), Metallurgy: Understanding How, Learning Why: Studies in Honor of James D. Muhly (Philadelphia 2011) 293-304.

S. Sherratt, “Circulation of Metals and the End of the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 82-98.

S. Stos-Gale, “Trade in Metals in the Bronze Age Mediterranean: An Ove3rview of Lead Isotope Data for Provenance Studies,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 56-69.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Lead Isotope Evidence for Trade in Copper from Cyprus during the Late Bronze Age,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 265-282.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Lead Isotope Studies of Metals and the Metal Trade in the Bronze Age Mediterranean,” in J. Henderson (ed.), Scientific Analysis in Archaeology and its Interpretation (Oxford 1989) 207-304.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, “An Overview of Lead Isotope Data for Provenance Studies and the Trade in Metals in the Bronze Age Mediterranean,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round: The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) .

Z. A. Stos-Gale and N. H. Gale, “The Role of Thera in the Bronze Age Trade in Metals,” TAW  III.1 (London 1990) 72-92.

Z. A. Stos-Gale and N. H. Gale, “New Light on the Provenience of the Copper Oxhide Ingots Found on Sardinia,” in R. H. Tykot and T. K. Andrews (eds.), Sardinia in the Mediterranean: A Footprint in the Sea (Sheffield 1992) 317-346.

Z. A. Stos-Gale and N. H. Gale, “Lead Isotopic and Other Isotopic Research in the Aegean,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 83-101.

Z. A. Stos-Gale,  N. H. Gale, G. Bass, C. Pulak, E. Galili, and J. Sharvit, “The Copper and Tin Ingots of the Late Bronze Age Mediterranean: New Scientific Evidence,” in Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on the Beginning of the Use of Metals and Alloys [BUMA IV; Matsue, Shimane, Japan, May 25-27,1998)]115-126.

Z. A. Stos Gale, N. H. Gale, and U. Zwicker, “The Copper Trade in the South-east Mediterranean Region,”  RDAC (1986) 122-144.

Z. Stos-Gale, M. Kayafa, and N. Gale, “The Origin of Metals from the Bronze Age Site of Nichoria,” Opuscula Atheniensia 24(1999) 99-120.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, G. Maliotis, N. H. Gale, and N. Annetts, “Lead Isotope Characteristics of the Cyprus Copper Ore Deposits Applied to Provenance Studies of Copper Oxhide Ingots,” Archaeometry 39(1997) 83-123.

S.-M. Valamoti and G. Jones, “Bronze and Oil: A Possible Link between the Introduction of Tin and Lallemantia to Northern Greece,” BSA 105(2010) 83-96.

T. S. Wheeler. “The Ancient Tin Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean and Near East,” TUAS 2(1977) 23-26.

K. A. Yener and H. Özbal, “Tin in the Turkish Taurus Mountains: The Bolkardag Mining District,” Antiquity 61(1987) 220-226.

K. A. Yener and P. B. Vandiver, “Tin Processing at Göltepe,” AJA 97(1993) 207-238.

C. Zaccagnini, “Aspects of Copper Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Late Bronze Age,” in M. Marazzi, S. Tusa, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Traffici micenei nel Mediterraneo: Problemi storici e documentazione archeologica (Naples 1986) 413-424.

Seals

D. Collon, “Le sceau d’Uluburun KW 1463, ‘Petit Prince’ ou ‘Grand Roi’?,” Cahiers du Centre d’Études Chypriotes 37(2007) 145-156.

P. Darcque, “Les Mycéniens en dehors de Grèce continentale: la céramique et les autres témoignages archéologiques,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 45-58.

K. Kopanias, “The Late Bronze Age Near Eastern Cylinder Seals from Thebes (Greece) and Their Historical Implications,” AM 123(2009) 39-96.

E. Porada, “The Cylinder Seals Found at Thebes in Boeotia,” Archiv für Orientforschung 28(1981) 1-78.

Slaves

A. Michailidou and K. Voutsa, “Merchants and Merchandise: Humans as a Commodity in Aegean and Oriental Societies,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 17-28.

Stone

P. P. Betancourt, “The Trade Route for Ghyali Obsidian,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 171-175.

H.-G. Buchholz, “Ein aussergewöhnliches Steinzepter im östlichen Mittelmeer,” PZ 74(1999) 68-78.

N. H. Gale, H. C. Einfalt, H. W. Hubberten, and R. E. Jones, “The Sources of Mycenaean Gypsum,” JAS 15(1988) 57-72.

R. Halleux, “Lapis-lazuli, azurite ou pâte du verre? À propos de kuwano et kuwanoko dans les tablettes mycéniennes,” SMEA 39(1969) 47-66.

P. N. Kardulias, T. E. Gregory, and J. Sawmiller, “Bronze Age and Late Antique Exploitation of an Islet in the Saronic Gulf, Greece,” JFA 22(1995) 3-21.

P. N. Kardulias and R. W. Yerkes (eds.), Written in Stone: The Multiple Dimensions of Lithic Analysis (London/New York 2003).

C. Runnels, “Trade and the Demand for Millstones in Southern Greece in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age,” in A. B. Knapp and T. Stech (eds.),  Prehistoric Production and Exchange: the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean (Los Angeles 1985) 30-43.

C. Runnels, “Early Bronze Age Stone Mortars from the Southern Argolid,” Hesperia 57(1988) 257-272.

R. Torrence, Production and Exchange of Stone Tools: Prehistoric Obsidian in the Aegean (Cambridge 1986).

P. M. Warren, “Lapis lacedaemonius,” in J. M. Sanders (ed.), PHILOLAKON. Lakonian Studies in Honour of Hector Catling (Oxford 1992) 285-296.

J. G. Younger, “Semi-precious Stones to the Aegean,” Archaeological News 8(1979) 40-44.

Textiles

E. J. W. Barber, Prehistoric Textiles. The Development of Cloth in the Neolithic and Bronze Ages with Special Reference to the Aegean (Princeton 1991).

E. W. Barber, Women’s Work. The First 20, 000 Years. Women, Cloth, and Society in Early Times (London 1994).

B. Burke, From Minos to Midas: Ancient Cloth Production in the Aegean and in Anatolia (Oxford 2010).

E. Panagiotakopoulou, P. C. Buckland, P. M. Day, C. Doumas, A. Sarpaki, and P. Skidmore, “A Lepidodopterous Cocoon from Thera and Evidence for Silk in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 71(1997) 420-429.

M. Perna, “La culture du lin en Grèce mycénienne et au Proche-Orient ancien,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 805-813.

Organic Materials

D. Collard, “Possible Alternatives to Alcohol: The Contextual Analysis of Poppy-shaped Jugs from Cyprus and the Aegean,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 57-64.

J. Day, “Counting Threads: Saffron in Aegean Bronze Age Writing and Society,” OJA 30(2011) 369-391.

C. Haldane, “Direct Evidence for Organic Cargoes in the Late Bronze Age,” World Archaeology 24:3(1993) 348-360.

Y. Hamilakis, “Wine, Oil and the Dialectics of Power in Bronze Age Crete: A Review of the Evidence,” OJA 15(1996) 1-32.

A. B. Knapp, “Spice, Drugs, Grain and Grog: Organic Goods in Bronze Age East Mediterranean Trade,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean (Jonsered 1991) 21-68.

A. Leonard, Jr., “‘Canaanite Jars’ and the Late Bronze Age Aegeo-Levantine Wine Trade,” in P. E. McGovern, S. J. Fleming, and S. H. Katz (eds.), The Origins and Ancient History of Wine (Philadelphia 1995) 233-254.

J.S. Mills and R. White, “The Identity of the Resins from the Late Bronze Age Shipwreck at Ulu Burun (Kas ),” Archaeometry 31(1989) 37-44.

R. Payton, “The Ulu Burun Writing-Board Set,” AS 41(1991) 99-106.

D. Ruscillo, “Reconstructing Murex Royal Purple and Biblical Blue in the Aegean,” in D. Bar-Yosef (ed.), Archaeomalacology (Oxford 2005) 99-106.

S.-M. Valamoti and G. Jones, “Bronze and Oil: A Possible Link between the Introduction of Tin and Lallemantia to Northern Greece,” BSA 105(2010) 83-96.

C. Ward, “Pomegranates in Eastern Mediterranean Contexts during the Late Bronze Age,” World Archaeology 34(2003) 529-541.

P. Warnock and M. Pendleton, “The Wood of the Ulu Burun Diptych,” AS 41(1991) 107-110

Inorganic Foods

K. Kopaka and N. Chaniotakis, “Just Taste Additive? Bronze Age Salt from Zakros, Crete,” OJA 22(2003) 53-66.

Oil, Incense, Perfumes, and Resins

<see also the lesson on “Linear B”>

A. L. D’Agata, “Incense and Perfumes in Late Bronze Age Aegean,” in A. Avanzini (ed.), Profumi d’Arabia (Rome 1997) 85-99.

M. Artzy, “Incense, Camels and Collared Rim Jars: Desert Trade Routes and Maritime Outlets in the Second Millennium,” OJA 13(1994) 121-147.

J. Bourriau, L. Smith, and M. Serpico, “The Provenance of Canaanite Amphorae Found at Memphis and Amarna in the New Kingdom, “ in A. Shortland and M. Tite (eds.), The Social Context of Technological Change: Egypt and the Near East 1650-1150 B.C. (London 2001) 113-146.

C. Capita, “Reflections on the Oil Production in Mycenaean Greece,” in M. Ciho, V. Nistor, and D. Zaharia (eds.), In honorem emeritae Ligiae Bârzu: Timpul Istoriei I. Memorie si patrimoniu (Bucharest 1997) 70-85.

P. Day and H. W. Haskell, “Transport Stirrup Jars from Thebes as Evidence of Trade in Late Bronze Age Greece,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade [SIMA Pocketbook 134] (Jonsered 1995) 87-109.

I. Erard-Cerceau, “Vegetaux, parfums, et parfumeurs a l’epoque mycenienne,”  SMEA 28 (1990) 251-285.

I. Fappas, Elaion euodes, tehtuomenon: Ta aromatika elaia kai oi praktikes chreses tous ste mykenaïke Ellada kai ten archaia Engys Anatole (14os-13os ai. p.Ch.) [Kretike Estia 13] (Chania 2010).

I. Fappas, “Exchange of Ideas in the Eastern Mediterranean during the 14th and 13th Centuries BC: The Case of Perfumed Oil Use and Ideology,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 495-510.

P. Faure, Parfums et aromates de l’antiquité (Paris 1987).

E. D. Foster, The Manufacture and Trade of Mycenaean Perfumed Oil (PhD dissertation , Duke University 1974; University Microfilms  #75-2378).

H. S. Georgiou, “Aromatics in Antiquity and in Minoan Crete: A Review and Reassessment,” Kretika Chronika 25(1973) 441-456.

Y. Hamilakis, “Wine, Oil and the Dialectics of Power in Bronze Age Crete: A Review of the Evidence,” OJA 15(1996) 1-32.

H. W. Haskell, “Pylos: Stirrup Jars and the International Oil Trade,” in C. W. Shelmerdine and T. G. Palaima (eds.), Pylos Comes Alive (New York 1984) 97-107.

J. Melena, “Olive Oil and Other Sorts of Oil in the Mycenaean Tablets,” Minos 18(1983) 89-123.

J. Mills and R. White, “The Identity of the Resins from the Late Bronze Age Shipwreck at Ulu Burun (Kas),” Archaeometry 31(1989) 37-44.

C. P. Peachey, Terebinth Resin in Antiquity:  Possible Uses in the Late Bronze Age Aegean Region (M.A. thesis, Texas A&M University 1995).

M. Serpico, Mediterranean Resins in New Kingdom Egypt: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Trade and Usage (Ph.D. dissertation, University College, London 1996).

M. Serpico, “Quantifying Resin Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Late Bronze Age,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 223-230.

M. Serpico and R. White, “The Botanical Identity and Transport of Incense during the Egyptian New Kingdom,” Antiquity 74(2000) 884-897.

C. W. Shelmerdine, The Perfume Industry of Mycenaean Pylos (Göteborg 1985).

C. W. Shelmerdine, “The Perfumed-Oil Industry,” in J. L. Davis (ed.), Sandy Pylos. An Archaeological History from Nestor to Navarino (Austin 1998) 101-109.

S.-M. Valamoti and G. Jones, “Bronze and Oil: A Possible Link between the Introduction of Tin and Lallemantia to Northern Greece,” BSA 105(2010) 83-96.

 

Medicinal Herbs

C. Milani and C. Onofrio (eds.), La farmacia nel mondo minoico-miceneo ed egeo-anatolico (Chieti 1986).

Opium

 

C. P. Behn, “The Use of Opium in the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean,” Listy  filologicke 109:4(1986) 193-197.

A. B. Knapp, “Spice, Drugs, Grain and Grog: Organic Goods in Bronze Age East Mediterranean Trade,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean (Jonsered 1991) 21-68.

P. G. Kritikos, “Farmakognosia. Der Mohn das Opium und ihr Gebrauch im Spätminoikum III,” PAE 35(1960) 54-73.

P. G. Kritikos and S. P. Papadaki, “Mikonos kai opiou istoria kai exaplosis en ti periohi tis anatolikis mesogeiou kata tin archaiotita,” AE (1963) 80-150.

P. G. Kritikos and S. P. Papadaki, “The History of the Poppy and of Opium and their Expansion in Antiquity in the Eastern Mediterranean Area,” Bulletin on Narcotics 19:3(1967) 17-38; 19:4(1967) 5-10.

R. S. Merrillees, “Opium Trade in the Bronze Age Levant,” Antiquity 36(1962) 287-292.

R. S. Merrillees, “Opium Again in Antiquity,” Levant 11(1979) 167-171.

R. S. Merrillees and J. Evans, “Highs and Lows in the Holy Land: Opium in Biblical Times,” Eretz Israel 20(1989) 148-154.

A. Sherratt, “Sacred and Profane Substances: The Ritual Use of Narcotics in Late Neolithic Europe,” in P. Garwood et al., Sacred and Profane (Oxford 1991) 50-64.

 

Technologies

A. Brysbaert, “Introduction: Tracing Social Networks through Studying Technologies,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 1-11.

A. Brysbaert, “Technologies of Reusing and Recycling in the Aegean and Beyond,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 183-203.

M. Mikrakis, “Technologies of Sound across Aegean Crafts and Mediterranean Cultures,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 48-71.

Antiques and Heirloooms

S. Sherratt, “The Intercultural Transformative Capacities or Irregularly Appropriated Goods,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 152-172.

 

Itinerant Craftspeople

L. A. Hitchcock, “’Who Will Personally Invite a Foreigner, Unless He Is a Craftsman?’: Exploring Interconnections in Aegean and Levantine Architecture,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 691-699.

J. D. Muhly, “Travelling Craftsmen: Love ‘em or Leve ‘em,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 685-690.

 

Aegean Contacts with the Balkans and with Eastern and Northern Europe

T. Bader, “Neue Beiträge zu den mykenischen Schwerter von Typ A aus Rumänien,” Zeitschrift für Archäologie 20(1986) 1-15.

L. Barfield, “Wessex with and without Mycenae: New Evidence from Switzerland,” Antiquity 65(1991) 102-107.

F. Biancofiore, “L’Epiro durante l’età micenea: Problemi,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996) III: 1145-1158.

P. F. Biehl, “’Import’, ‘Imitation’ or ‘Communication’? Figurines from the Lower Danube and Mycenae,” in P. F. Biehl and Y. Ysa. Rassamakin (eds.), Import and Imitation in Archaeology (Langenweissbach 2008) 105-124.

N. Bodinaku, “The Late Bronze Age Culture of Albania and the Relations with the Balkanic and Aegean-Adriatic Areas,” in B. Hänsel (ed.), Handel, Tausch und Verkehr im Bronze- und Früheisenzeitlichen Südosteuropa (1995) 259-268.

N. Bolohan, “The Danube, Balkans, and Northern Aegean. Trade Routes, Influences and Buffer Zones in the Late Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 161-171.

E. Borgna and P. Cassola Guida, “Seafarers and Land-Travelers in the Bronze Age of the Northern Adriatic,” in S. Forenbahrer (ed.), A Connecting Xea: Maritime Interaction in Adriatic Prehistory [BAR-IS 2037] (Oxford 2009) 89-104.

J. Bouzek, “Late Bronze Age Greece and the Balkans: A Review of the Present Picture,” BSA 89(1994) 217-234.

H-G. Buchholz, “Doppeläxte und die Frage der Balkanbeziehungen des ägäischen Kulturkreises,” in A. G. Poulter (ed.), Ancient Bulgaria (1983) 43-134.

J. Buxeda i Garrigos, R. E. Jones, V. Kilikoglou, S. T. Levi, Y. Maniatis, L. Vagnetti, K. A. Wardle, and S. Andreou, “Technology Transfer at the Periphery of the Mycenaean World: The Cases of Mycenaean Pottery Found in Central Macedonia (Greece) and the Plain of Sybaris (Italy),” Archaeometry 45:2(2003) 263-284.

A. Cambitoglou and J. Papadopoulos, “The Earliest Mycenaeans in Macedonia,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 299-302.

Ph. Dakoronia, “Nomos Phthiotidas: Meros tou mykenaïkou kosmou e tes periphereias tou?,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 181-186.

D. Doncheva, “Ein Blick von Norden: Einflüsse der mykeniischen Welt auf den thrakischen Raum,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 81-96.

H. P. Duerr, Rungholt: Die Suche nach einer versunkenen Stadt (Frankfurt am Main 2005).

B. Feuer, The Northern Mycenaean Border in Thessaly (Oxford 1983).

B. Feuer, “The Mycenaean Periphery: Some Theoretical and Methodological Considerations,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 7-14.

B. Feuer, “Being Mycenaean: A View from the Periphery,” AJA 115(2011) 507-536.

R. Gebhard and K. H. Rieder, “Zwei bronzezeitliche Bernstein objeckte mit Bild- und Schriftzeichen aus Bernstorf (Lkr. Freising),” Germania 80(2002) 115-133.

T. G. Giannopoulos, “’One Ring to Bind Them”. The Chamber Tomb I of Monodendri in Achaea and the Missing Piece of an Interesting Puzzle,” in E. Borgna and P. Cassola Guida (eds.), Dall-Egeo ad Adriatico: organizzazioni sociali, modi di scambio e interazione in età post-palaziale (XII-XI sec. a.C.) (Rome 2009) 115-128.

A. F. Harding, “Illyrians, Italians, and Mycenaeans: Transadriatic Contacts during the Late Bronze Age,” Iliria 4(1976) 157-162.

A. F. Harding, The Mycenaeans and Europe (London 1984).

S. Hiller, “The Mycenaeans and the Black Sea,” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), Thalassa. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991) 207-216.

S. Hiller, “Ägäis und Thrakien in der Späten Bronzezeit und den Dark Ages,” in P. Roman (ed.), The Thracian World at the Crossroads of Civilizations I: Proceedings of the 7th International Congress of Thracology, 1996 (Bucharest 1997) 193-217.

B. Horejs, “Kochen am Schnittpunkt der Kulturen – zwischen Karpatenbecken und Ägäis,” in B. Horejs, R. Jung, E. Kaiser, and B. Terzan (eds.), Interpretationsraum Bronzezeit: Bernard Hänsel von seinen Schülern gewidmet (Bonn 2005) 71-94.

B. Horejs, “The Phenomenon of Mattpainted Pottery in the Northern Aegean: Introduction, Overview and Theories,” Aegeo-Balkan Prehistory [3 October 2007] http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net/article.php?id_art=8

R. Jung, “Eupoton Poterion: Mykenische Keramik und mykenische Trinksitten in der Ägäis, in Syrien, Makedonien und Italien,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Studi in Protostoria in Onore di Renato Peroni (Florence 2006) 407-423.

K. Kilian, “Nordgrenze des ägäischen Kulturbereiches im mykenischer und nackmykenischer Zeit,” Jahresbericht des Instituts für Vorgeschichte, Universität Frankfurt-am-Main (1976) 112-129.

K. Kilian, “Il confine settentrionale della civiltà micenea nella Tarda Età del Bronzo,” in M. Marazzi, S. Tusa, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Traffici micenei nel Mediterraneo: Problemi storici e documentazione archeologica (Naples 1986) 283-293.

A. Laszlo, “On Relationships between the Lower Danube Region and the Aegean-Anatolian Area at the End of the Bronze Age and the Beginning of the Iron Age,” Cultura si Civilizatie la Dunarea de Jos 15(1997) 358-368.

A. Laszlo, “Zur Chronologie des Endes der Bronzezeit und des Anfanges der Frühen Eisenzeit an der Unteren Donau. Von neuem über die Beziehungen zu Troia VIIb,” Dacia N.S. 40(1996) <forthcoming>.

A. Laszlo, “La fin de l’Åge du Bronze au Bas-Danube et le monde mycénien. Relations et chronologie,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 27-34.

J. Makkay, “The Mycenaean World, the Mycenaean Periphery and the Carpathian Basin,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 47-54.

J. Mellaart, “Anatolian Trade with Europe and Anatolian Geography and Culture Provinces in the Late Bronze Age,” AS 18(1968) 187-202.

C. Paschalidis, “Euboea in the Crossroads of Metals Trade. The Aegean and the Pontic Sea in the Late Bronze Age,” in I. Galanaki, H. Tomas, Y. Galanakis, and R. Laffineur (eds.), Between the Aegean and Baltic Seas: Prehistory across Borders [Aegaeum 27] (Liège/Austin 2007) 433-445.

A. Pilali-Papasteriou, “H mykenaïke parousia ste Makedonia. Problemata kai epanektimeseis,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 103-106.

J-C. Poursat, “L’Épire et le monde mycénien,” in P. Cabanes (ed.), L’Illyrie Méridionale et l’Épire dans l’Antiquité (Clermont-Ferrand 1987).

F. Prendi, “L’âge du Bronze Ancien et Moyen en Albanie et ses rapports avec les régions avoisinantes,” n B. Hänsel (ed.), Handel, Tausch und Verkehr im Bronze- und Früheisenzeitlichen Südosteuropa (1995) 243-257.

L. Rahmstorf, “Clay Spools from Tiryns and Other Contemporary Sites. An Indication of Foreign Influence in LH IIIC?,” in N. Kyparissi-Apostolika and M. Papakonstantinou (eds.), The Periphery of the Mycenaean World [2nd International Interdisciplinary Colloquium; 26-30 September, Lamia 1999] (Lamia 2003) 397-415.

S. Sabatini, “’Riflessioni’ dal Baltico. Scambi e tradizioni durante l’Età del Bronzo dall’ altra parte del continente,” in G. Graziadio, R. Guglielmino, V. Lenuzza, and S. Vitale (eds.), Filikh Sunaulia. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology for Mario Benzi [BAR-IS 2460] (Oxford 2013) 229-238.

C. Schuster and D. Serbanescu, “Zur Spätbronzezeit an der Unteren Donau. Die Kulturen Coslogeni und Radovanu und ihre Verbindungen mit den östlichen Mittelmeerraum,” in F. Lang, C. Reinholdt, and J. Weilhartner (eds.), STEPHANOS ARISTEIOS. Archäologische Forschungen zwischen Nil und Istros: Festschrift für Stefan Hiller zum 65. Geburtstag (Vienna 2007) 241-250.

A. Sherratt, “What Would a Bronze-Age World System Looik Like? Relations between Temperate Europe and the Mediterranean in Later Prehistory,” Journal of European Archaeology 1:2(1993) 1-58.

V. Sirbu and C. Schuster, “Mykenische importierte Einflüsse im Donau-Karpaten-Schwarzmeerraum: Ein Überblick,” Cultura si Civilizatie la Dunarea de Jos 15(1997) 302-324.

V. Sirbu and C. Schuster, “Mykenische Importe und Einflüsse im Donau-Karpaten-Schwarxmeerraum: Ein Überblick,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 35-46.

K. I. Soueref, Mykenaïkes martyries apo ten Epeiro (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Thessalonika 1986).

K. I. Soueref, “Topike kai epeisakte kerameike sten Epeiro kata ten Ystere Epoche Chalkou kai Proïme Epoche Siderou: Paratereseis,” Dodone 18(1989) 169-175.

K. I. Soueref, “Presenza micenea in Albania e in Epiro: Problemi ed osservazioni,” Iliria 19(1989) 65-86.

K. Soueref, “Micenei nell’Epiro, nelo quadro dei traffici nello Ionio e nell’Adriatico,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e Memorie del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia (Rome 1996) 1311-1317.

K. Soueref, “E boreia periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou:  Problemata oriotheteses kai ermeneias,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 15-20.

D. Stamatelopoulou, “E mykenaïke parousia ste Makedonia kai sten Epeiro,” in A. Vlachopoulos and K. Birtacha (eds.), ARGONAUTIS: Timetikos tomos yia ton Kathegete Christo G. Douma apo tous mathetes tou sto Panepistimio Athenon (1980-2000) (Athens 2003) 688-701.

M. Stefanovich, “Some Balkan Elements in the Aegean Migrations,” in Actes du VIIIe Congres International des Sciences Préhistoriques 3(Belgrade 1973) 148-160.

T. Sulimirski, “Aegean Trade with Eastern Europe and its Consequences,” in Mélanges offerts à André Varagnac (Paris 1971) 707-728.

T. F. Tartaron, “Glykys Limin: A Mycenaean Port of Trade in Southern Epirus?,” in D. W. Tandy (ed.), Prehistory and History: Ethnicity, Class, and Political Economy (Montreal 2001) 1-40.

T. F. Tartaron, “Glykys Limin and the Discontinuous Mycenaean Periphery,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 153-160.

T. F. Tartaron, Bronze Age Landscape and Society in Southern Epirus, Greece [BAR International Series 1290] (Oxford 2004).

T. F. Tartaron and K. L. Zachos, “The Mycenaeans and Epirus,” in F. Dakoronia (ed.), E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 57-76.

N. Tasiae, “The Problem of ‘Mycenaean Influences’ in the Middle Bronze Age Cultures in the Southeastern Part of the Carpathian Basin,” Balcanica 4(1973) 19-37.

H. Tomas, “Mycenaeans in Croatia?,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] 673-682.

H. Tomas, “The World Beyond the Northern Margin: The Bronze Age Aegean and the East Adriatic Coast,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Artchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 181-212.

G. Touchais, “Les rapports entre le monde mycénien et ses marges nord-ouest (Épire, Albanie, Macédoine),” in G. Touchais and J. Renard (eds.), L’Albanie dans l’Europe Préhistorique [BCH Supplement 42] (2002) 199-215.

K. A. Wardle, “The Northern Frontier of Mycenaean Greece,” BICS 22(1975) 206-212.

K. A. Wardle, “Mycenaean Trade and Influence in Northern Greece,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 117-141.

 

Aegean Contacts with the Central and Western Mediterranean

G. Alberti, “The Earliest Contacts between Southeastern Sicily and Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 343-351.

L. Alberti, “La tazza di Punta le Terrare non è stipple (e forse non è neppure una tazza),” SMEA 46(2004) 121-125.

L. Alberti and M. Bettelli, “Contextual Problems of Mycenaean Pottery in Italy,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 547-559.

M. Angle, A. M. Conti, R. Dottarelli, A. Gianni, C. Persiani, L. Vagnetti, R. E. Jones, and L. Costantini, “Prime testimonianze micenee nel Latium vetus,” PdP 48(1993) 190-217.

M. S. Balmuth (ed.), Studies in Sardinian Archaeology III: Nuragic Sardinia and the Mycenaean World [BAR International Series 387] (Oxford 1987).

C. Belardelli, “Aegean-Type Pottery from Coppa Nevigata, Apulia,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 347-352.

C. Belardelli, “Ceramica decorata egeo-micenea in Italia,” in M. Marazzi (ed.), La Società Micenea (Rome 1994) 498-508.

C. Belardelli, “Produzioni artigianali tardoelladiche dall’Italia meridionale in Argolide: la ceramica pseudominia di Tirinto,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999] 451-460.

C. Belardelli, Coppa Nevigata. Materiali da scavi e rinvenimenti 1903-1909 (Florence 2004).

C. Belardelli and M. Bettelli, “La Raum 127 dell’Unterburg di Tirinto: distribuzione della ceramica pseudominia e HMB,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999] 473-474.

C. Belardelli, M. A. Castagna, I. Damiani, A. De Guio, A. Di Renzoni, S. T. Levi, R. Peroni, A. Schiappelli, and A. Vanzetti, “L’impatto miceneo sulle coste dello Ionio e dell’Adriatico e l’’alta congiuntura’ del Bronzo recente italiano,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 507-513.

M. Benzi, “Dodecanese – Italy – Europe. Rediscovering Some Long-known Objects,” Annuario 87(2010) 157-168.

M. Benzi and G. Graziadio, “Note sulla provenienza delle ceramiche egee rinvenute in Italia meridionale,” in APARCHAI: Nuove ricerche e studi sulla Magna Grecia e la Sicilia antica in onore di P. E. Arias (Pisa 1982) 19-33.

M. Benzi and G. Graziadio, “Late Mycenaean Pottery from Punta Meliso (Santa Maria di Leuca),” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e Memorie del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia  III (Rome 1996) 1523-1529.

M. Benzi and G. Graziadio, “The Last Mycenaeans in Italy? Late LH IIIC Pottery from Punta Meliso, Leuca,” SMEA 38(1996)  95-138.

G. Bergonzi, “Southern Italy and the Aegean during the Late Bronze Age: Economic Strategies and Specialized Craft Products,” in C. Malone and S. Stoddart (eds.), Papers in

Italian Archaeology IV,3 [BAR International Series245] (Oxford 1985) 355-387.

E. F. C. Berlinghieri, The Aeolian Islands: Crossroads of Mediterranean Maritime Routes: A Survey on Their Maritime Archaeology and Topography from the Prehistoric to the Roman Priods [BAR International Series 1181] (Oxford 2003).

M. Bettelli, Italia meridionale e mondo miceneo: ricerche su dinamiche di acculturazione e aspetti archeologici, con particolare rifeerimento ai versanti azdriatico e ionico della penisola italiana) (Florence 2002).

M. Bettelli, “Da Occidente a Oriente: uomini, modelli e manufatti dall’Italia all’Egeo nella tarda Età del Bronzo,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999] 461-472.

M. Bettelli, “Interaction and Acculturation: The Aegean and the Central Mediterranean in the Late Bronze Age,” in H. Matthäus,  Öttinger, and Schroder (eds.), Die Ursprünge Europas und der Orient – Kulturelle Beziehungen von der Späten Bronzezeit bis zur Frühen Eisenzeit (Wiesbaden 2011) 109-126.

M. Bettelli and S. T. Levi, “Lo sviluppo delle produzioni ceramiche specializzate in Italia meridionale nell’età del Bronzo in rapporto ai modelli egei e alla ceramica di impasto indigena,” in Atti della XXXV Riunione Scientifica dell’IIPP: Le communità della preistoria italiana. Studi e ricerche sul neolitico e le età dei metalli. In memoria di Luigi Bernabò Brea (Lipari 2000) I (        2003) 435-454.

M. Bettelli, S. T. Levi, R. E. Jones, and L. Vagnetti, “Le ceramiche micenee in area medio tirrenica: nuove prospettive,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Studi in Protostoria in Onore di Renato Peroni (Florence 2006) 399-406.

M. Bettelli, S. Levi, and L. Vagnetti, “Cronologia, topografia e funzione dei siti con testimonianze micenee in Italia meridionale,” Geografia Antiqua 10-11(2001-02) 65-95.

F. Biancofiore, La civiltà micenea nell’ Italia meridionale I: La ceramica [2nd edition] (Rome 1967).

A. M. Bietti Sestieri, “The ‘Mycenaean Connection’ and its Impact on the Central Mediterranean Societies,” DdA 6(1988) 23-51.

A. M. Bietti Sestieri, “Sviluppi culturali e sociopolitici differenziati nella Tarda Età del Bronze della Sicilia,” in V. Tusa (ed.), Prima Sicilia. Catalogue of the Exhibition Palermo 1997 (        1997) 473-491.

A. M. Bietti Sestieri, “L’Italia in Europa nella Prima Età del Ferro,” Archeologia Classica 50(1998) 1-67.

A. M. Bietti Sestieri, “Specificità e trasformazioni del ruolo della Sicilia nell’interazione mediterranea fra l’Età del Bronzo e la I Età del Ferro,” in C. Ampolo (ed.), Immagine e immagini della Sicilia e di alter isole del Mediterraneo antico (Pisa 2009) 421-436.

E. Blake, “The Mycenaeans in Italy: A Minimalist Position,” PBSR 76(2008) 1-34.

F. Blakolmer, “Relations between Prehistoric Malta and the Aegean: Myth and Reality,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] 653-662.

E. Borgna, “The North Adriatic Regions between the Aegean World (12th – 8th Cent.): Social Strategies and Symbols of Power in the Long-distance Exchange,” in I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999) 151-183.

E. Borgna, “L’analisi tipologico-comparativa della ceramica tardominoica alla luce dlle più recenti indagini stratigrafiche,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Studi in Protostoria in Onore di Renato Peroni (Florence 2006) 424-433.

E. Borgna and P. Cassola Guida, “Some Observations on the Nature and Modes of Exchange between Italy and the Aegean in the Late Mycenaean Period,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 497-505.

E. Borgna and P. Cassola Guida, “Seafarers and Land-Travelers in the Bronze Age of the Northern Adriatic,” in S. Forenbahrer (ed.), A Connecting Sea: Maritime Interaction in Adriatic Prehistory [BAR-IS 2037] (Oxford 2009) 89-104.

J. Buxeda i Garrigos, R. E. Jones, V. Kilikoglou, S. T. Levi, Y. Maniatis, L. Vagnetti, K. A. Wardle, and S. Andreou, “Technology Transfer at the Periphery of the Mycenaean World: The Cases of Mycenaean Pottery Found in Central Macedonia (Greece) and the Plain of Sybaris (Italy),” Archaeometry 45:2(2003) 263-284.

L. Campus and V. Leonelli, “La Sardegna nel Mediterraneo fra l’età del Bronzo e l’età del Ferro. Proposta per una distinzione in fasi,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Studi in Protostoria in Onore di Renato Peroni (Florence 2006) 372-392.

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L. Vagnetti, “Quindici anni di studi e ricerche sulle relazioni fra il mondo egeo e l’Italia protostorica,” in Magna Grecia e mondo miceneo: nuovi documenti (Naples 1982) 9-31.

L. Vagnetti, “Ceramica micenea dipinta dell’Età del Bronzo,” in G. Bergonzi et al., Ricerche sulla protostoria della Sibaritide 2 (Naples 1982) 99-133.

L. Vagnetti, “Ceramica micenea e ceramica dipinta dell’Età del Bronzo,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Ricerche sulla protostoria della Sibaritide 3 (Rome 1984) 164-184.

L. Vagnetti, “Ceramica di importazione egea e ceramica dipinta dell’Età del Bronzo,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Nuove ricerche sulla protostoria della Sibaritide (Rome 1984) 169-196.

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L. Vagnetti, “Ceramiche del Tardo Minoico III rinvenute in Italia,” in M. Liverani, A. Palmieri, and R. Peroni (eds.), Studi di Paletnologia in onore di Salvatore M. Puglisi (Rome 1985)  825-831.

L. Vagnetti, “Aspetti della presenza micenea nel Sud-Est Italiano,” in Atti del XXX Convegno di Studi sulla Magna Grecia (Taranto 1991) 363-381.

L. Vagnetti, “Le ceramiche egeo-micenee,” in L. Bernabò Brea and M. Cavalier, Meligunis-Lipari VI: Filicudi. Insediamenti dell’età del bronzo (Palermo 1991) 263-305.

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L. Vagnetti, “Ceramiche protostoriche nel Mediterraneo: il contributo dall’archeometria alla definizione dei circuiti di scambio fra l’Egeo e l’Italia,” in F. Burragato, O. Grubessi, and L. Lazzarini (eds.), 1st European Workshop on Archaeological Ceramics (Rome 1994) 43-53.

L. Vagnetti, “The First Contacts between the Minoan-Mycenaean and the Western Mediterranean Worlds,” in G. Pugliese Caratelli (ed.), The Western Greeks (Milan 1996) 109-116.L. Vagnetti, “Espansione e diffusione dei Micenei,” in S. Settis (ed.), I Greci. Storia, cultura, arte, società II,1 (           1996) 133-172.

L. Vagnetti, “Variety and Function of the Aegean Derivative Pottery in the Central Mediterranean in the Late Bronze Age,” in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998)  66-77.

L. Vagnetti, “Mycenaean Pottery in the Central Mediterranean: Imports and Local Production in their Context,” in J. P. Crielaard, V. V. Stissi, and G. J. van Wijngaarden (eds.), The Complex Past of Pottery: Production and Consumption of Mycenaean and Greek Pottery ca. 1500 – 500 B.C. (Amsterdam 1999) 137-161.

L. Vagnetti, “Mycenaeans and Cypriots in the Central Mediterranean before and after 1200 B.C.,” in W. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos (eds.), The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. (Athens 1999) 187-208.

L. Vagnetti and R. E. Jones, “Towards the Identification of Local Mycenaean Pottery in Italy,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 335-348.

L. Vagnetti, R. E. Jones, S. T. Levi, M. Bettelli, and L. Alberti, “Ceramiche egee e di tipo egeo lungo I versanti adriatico e ionico della Penisola italiana: situazioni a confronto,” in E. Borgna and P. Cassola Guida (eds.), Dall-Egeo ad Adriatico: organizzazioni sociali, modi di scambio e interazione in età post-palaziale (XII-XI sec. a.C.) (Rome 2009) 171-183.

L. Vagnetti and F. Lo Schiavo, “Late Bronze Age Long Distance Trade in the Mediterranean. The Role of the Cypriots,” in E. Peltenburg (ed.), Early Societies in Cyprus (Edinburgh 1988) 217-243.

L. Vagnetti and S. Panichelli, “Ceramica egea importata e di produzione locale,” in R. Peroni and F. Trucco (eds.), Enotri e Micenei nella Sibaritide (Taranto 1994) 373-413.

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Aegean Exchanges in and with the Eastern Mediterranean

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M. Artzy, “Emporia on the Carmel Coast? Tel Akko, Tell Abu Hawam and Tel Nami of the Late Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 355-361.

M. Artzy, “The Carmel Coast during the Second Part of the Late Bronze Age: A Center for Eastern Mediterranean Transshipping,” BASOR 343(2006) 45-64.

M. Artzy and S. Zagorski, “Cypriot ‘Mycenaean’ IIIB Imorted to the Levant,” in M. Gruber, S. Ahituv, G. Lehmann, and Z. Talshir (eds.), All the Wisdom of the East: Studies in Near Eastern Archaeology and History in Honor of Eliezer D. Oren (Fribourg 2012) 1-12.

M. C. Astour, Hellenosemitica: an Ethnic and Cultural Study in West Semitic Impact on Mycenaean Greece (Leiden 1967).

M. C. Astour, “Ugarit and the Aegean, a Brief Summary of Archaeological and Epigraphic Evidence,” Alter Orient und Altes Testament 22(1973) 17-27.

L. Badre et al., “Tell Kazel (Syrie). Rapport préliminaire sur les 4e-8e campagnes de fouilles (1988-1992),” Syria 71(1994) 259-359.

L. Badre, “Late Bronze and Iron Age Imported Pottery from the Archaeological Excavations of Urban Beirut,” in V. Karageorghis and N. Stampolidis (eds.), Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus – Dodecanese – Crete, 16th – 6th cent. B.C. (Athens 1998) 73-83.

L. Badre, “Tell Kazel (Syria). Excavations of the AUB Museum, 1993-1990. Third Preliminary Report,” Berytus 44(1999-2000) 136-200.

L. Badre, “Handmade Burnished Ware and Contemporary Imported Pottery from Tell Kazel,” in N. C. Stampolidis and V. Karageorghis (eds.), PLOES . . . Sea Routes . . .: Interconnections in the Mediterranean 16th – 6th c. BC (Athens 2003) 83-96.

L. Badre, “Tel Kazel – Simyra: A Contribution to a Relative Chronological History in the Eastern Mediterranean during the Late Bronze Age,” BASOR 343(2006) 65-95.

L. Badre, M.-C. Boileau, R. Jung, and H. Mommsen, “The Provenance of Aegean- and Syrian-Type Pottery Found at Tell Kazel (Syria),” Ägypten und Levante 15(2005) 15-47.

J. Balensi, “Relativité du phénomène mycénien à Tell Abou Hawam: un ‘proto-marketing’?,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 141-181.

C. Bell, “Wheels within Wheels? A View of Mycenaean Trade from the Levantine Emporia,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 363-370.

C. Bell, The Evolution of Long Distance Trading Relationships across the LBA/Iron Age Transition on the Northern Levantine Coast [BAR International Series 1574] (Oxford 2006).

C. Bell, “Continuity and Change: The Divergent Destinies of Late Bronze Age Ports in Syria and Lebanon across the LBA/Iron Age Transition,” in G. Bachhuber and G. Roberts (eds.), Forces of Transformation: The End of the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean [BANEA Monograph 1] (Oxford 2009) 30-38.

R. Ben-Dov, “The Mycenaean Pottery from the Occupation Levels at Tel Dan,” in M. Gruber, S. Ahituv, G. Lehmann, and Z. Talshir (eds.), All the Wisdom of the East: Studies in Near Eastern Archaeology and History in Honor of Eliezer D. Oren (Fribourg 2012) 57-86.

D. Ben-Shlomo, E. Nodarou, and J. B. Rutter, “Transport Stirrup Jars from the Southern Levant: New Light on Commodity Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean,” AJA 115(2011) 329-353.

M. Bernal, Black Athena: The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization I: The Fabrication of Ancioent Greece, 1785-1985 (London 1987) and II: The Archaeological and Documentary Evidence (London 1991). <See also the reviews of the first volume by P. M. Bikai, J. Hall, S. W. Manning, S. Morris, J. D. Muhly, and J. D. Ray, with responses by Bernal, in JMA 3(1990) 53-137 and 247-282.>

M.-C. Boileau, L. Badre, E. Capet, R. Jung, and H. Mommsen, “Foreign Ceramic Tradition, Local Clays: The Handmade Burnished Ware of Tell Kazel (Suria),” JAS 37(2010) 1678-1689.

A. Brysbaert, “Cross-creft and Cross-cultural Interactions during the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Late Bronze Age,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 325-359.

H.-G. Buchholz, Ugarit, Zypern und Ägäis: Kulturbeziehungen im zweiten Jahrtausend v. Chr. (Münster 1999).

M. Burdajewicz, The Aegean Sea Peoples and Religious Architecture in the Eastern Mediterranean at the Close of the Late Bronze Age [BAR International 558] (Oxford 1990).

G. Cadogan, “Cyprus, Mycenaean Pottery, Trade and Colonisation,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 91-99.

G. Cadogan, “The Aegean and Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age: It Takes Two to Tango,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 313-321.

H. W. Catling, Cypriot Bronzework in the Mycenaean World (Oxford 1964).

A. Caubet and V. Matoïan, “Ougarit et l’Égée,” in M. Yon, M. Sznycer, and P. Bordreuil (eds.), Ras-Shamra – Ougarit XI: Le pays d’Ougarit autour de 1200 av. J.-C.: Histoire et archéologie (Paris 1995) 99-112.

H. Charaf, “Arqa during the Bronze Age. Connections with the West,” in C. Doumet-Serhal, A. Rabate, and A. Resek (eds.), Networking Patterns of the Bronze and Iron Age Levant: The Lebanon and its Mediterranean Connections (Beirut 2008) 121-166.

E. H. Cline, Orientalia in the Late Bronze Age Aegean: A Catalogue and Analysis of Trade and Contact between the Aegean and Egypt, Anatolia, and the Near East (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1991).

E. Cline, “A Possible Hittite Embargo against the Mycenaeans,” Historia 40(1991) 1-9.

E. Cline, “Hittite Objects in the Bronze Age Aegean,” AS  41 (1991) 133-143.

E. H. Cline, Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea: International Trade and the Late Bronze Age Aegean [BAR International 591] (Oxford 1994).

E. H. Cline, “‘My Brother, My Son’: Rulership and Trade between the Late Bronze Age Aegean, Egypt and the Near East,” in P. Rehak (ed.), The Role of the Ruler in the Prehistoric Aegean [Aegaeum 11] (Liège 1995) 143-150.

E. H. Cline, “Coals to Newcastle, Wallbrackets to Tiryns: Irrationality, Gift Exchange, and Distance Value,” in P. P. Betancourt, V. Karageorghis, R. Laffineur, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), MELETEMATA: Studies in Aegean Archaeology Presented to Malcolm H. Wiener as He Enters His 65th Year [Aegaeum 20] (Liège/Austin 1999) 119-123.

E. H. Cline, “Rethinking Mycenaean International Trade with Egypt and the Near East,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II: Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Los Angeles 2007) 190-200.

E. H. Cline, “Bronze Age Interactions between the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean Revisited: Mainstream, Periphery, or Margin?,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Artchaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 161-180.

C. Cohen, J. Maran, and M. Vetters, “An Ivory Rod with a Cuneiform Inscription, Most Probably Ugaritic, from a Final Palatial Workshop in the Lower Citadel of Tiryns,” AA (2010) 1-22.

M. Dabney, “Marketing Mycenaean Pottery in the Levant,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 191-197.

A. L. D’Agata, Y. Goren, H. Mommsen, A. Schwadt, and A. Yasur-Landau, “Imported Pottery of LH IIIC Style from Israel. Style, Provenance, and Chronology,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 371-379.

A. Demetriou, “Mykenaïkoi metallikoi amphoroeideis krateres sten Kypro sten ystere

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M. Dietrich, “Ugarit und seine Beziehungen zu Zypern und zur ägäischen Inselwelt,” in T. R. Kämmerer (ed.), Studien zu Ritual und Sozialgeschichte im Alten Orient, Tartuer Symposium 1998-2004 (Berlin 2007) 55-91.

M. Dietrich and O. Loretz, “Amurru, Yaman und die ägäischen Inseln nach den ungaritischen Texten,” IOS 18(1998) 335-363.

C. Doumet-Serhal, A. Rabate, and A. Resek (eds.), Networking Patterns of the Bronze and Iron Age Levant: The Lebanon and its Mediterranean Connections (Beirut 2008).

C. Doumet-Serhal, V. Karageorghis, H. Loffet, and N. Coldstream, “The Kingdom of Sidon and its Mediterranean Connections,” in C. Doumet-Serhal, A. Rabate, and A. Resek (eds.), Networking Patterns of the Bronze and Iron Age Levant: The Lebanon and its Mediterranean Connections (Beirut 2008) 1-70.

M. Feldman, Luxury Goods from Ras Shamra-Ugarit and Their Role in the international Relations of the Eastern Mediterranean and Near East during the Late Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University 1998).

M. Feldman, “Luxurious Forms: Redefining a Mediterranean ‘International Style’, ca. 1400-1200 B.C.E.,” Art Bulletin 84(2002) 6-29.

M. Feldman, Diplomacy by Design: Luxury Arts and an ‘International style’ in the Ancient Near East, 1400-1200 BCE (Chicago 2006).

M. Feldman, “Qatnas Beziehungen zur Ägäis,” in M. Al-Maqdissi, D. Morandi Bonacossi, and R. Pfälzner (eds.), Schätze des Alten Syrien. Die Entdeckung des Königreichs Qatna (Stuttgart 2009) 251-253.

P. M. Fischer, “SIMA and the New Swedish Cyprus Expedition at Hala Sultan Tekke,” in J. M. Webb nd D. Frankel (eds.), Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology: Fifty Years On (Uppsala 2012) 73-80.

E. French, “The Impact on Correlations in the Levant of the Recent Stratigraphic Evidence from the Argolid,” in M. Bietak and E. Czerny (eds.), The Synchronization of Civilisations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Second Millennium BC III (Vienna 2007) 525-536.

G. Gilmour, “Mycenaean IIIA and IIIB Pottery in the Levant and Cyprus,” RDAC (1992) 113-128.

L. Girella, “Ialysos. Foreign Relations in the Late Bronze Age. A Funerary Perpsective,” in in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 129-139.

E. Gjerstad, “The Colonization of Cyprus in Greek Legend,” Opuscula Archaeologica 3(1944) 107-123.

G. Graziadio, “La dinamica dei rapporti cipro-egei nei secoli XX-XIII A.C.: vecchi problemi e nuovi ricerche,” in Miscellanea in Memoria di Giuliano Cremonesi (Pisa 1995) 253-275.

G. Graziadio, “Egina, Rodi e Cipro: Rapporti inter-insulari agli inizi del Tardo Bronzo?,” SMEA 36(1995) 7-27.

G. Graziadio, “L’adozione della  wishbone handle   nell’Egeo: un aspetto trascurato dei rapporti cipro-egei,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999] 365-377.

G. Graziadio, “Lusso e potere: le prime influenze artistiche egee sull’artigianato cipriota dell’età del Bronzo,” in B. Adembri (ed.), AEIMNESTOS: Miscellanea di Studi per Mauro Cristofani (Florence 2005) 2-14.

G. Graziadio, “Cretan Perfumed Oils at Enkomi (Cyprus) in the 13th Century B.C.?,” in W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2011) 88-96.

B. Gregori and G. Palumbo, “Presenza micenee in Siria-Palestina,” in M. Marazzi, S. Tusa, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Traffici micenei nel Mediterraneo: Problemi storici e documentazione archeologica (Naples 1986) 373-  .

B. Gregori and G. Palumbo, “La presenza micenea in Siria e Palestina,” in M. Marazzi (ed.), La Società Micenea (Rome 1994) 458-468.

M. Guzowska and A. Yasur-Landau, “Mycenaean Pottery,” in Y. Gadot and.Yadin (eds.), Aphek-Antipatris II: The Remains on the Acropolis. The Moshe Kochavi and Pirhiya Beck Excavations  (Tel Aviv 2009) 342-361.

S. and I. Hadjisavvas, “Aegean Influence at Alassa,” in Proceedings of the International Archaeological Conference “Cyprus and the Aegean in Antiquity from the Prehistoric Period to the 7th Century A.D.” (Lefkosia 1997) 143-148.

V. Hankey, “Late Mycenaean Pottery at Beth Shan,” AJA 70(1966) 169-171.

V. Hankey, “Mycenaean Pottery in the Near East: Notes on Finds since 1951,” BSA 62(1967) 107-147.

V. Hankey, “A Late Bronze Age Temple at Amman: 1. The Aegean Pottery,” Levant 6(1974) 131-159.

V. Hankey, “Crete, Cyprus, and the South-eastern Mediterranean,” in Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium ‘The Relations between Cyprus and Crete, ca. 2000 – 500 B.C.’ (Nicosia 1979) 144-157.

V. Hankey, “Pottery and People of the Mycenaean IIIC Period in the Levant,” Archéologie au Levant: Recueil Roger R. Saidah (Lyons 1982) 167-172.

V. Hankey, “Pottery as Evidence for Trade: The Levant from the Mouth of the River Orontes to the Egyptian Border,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 101-108.

A. Harif, “A Mycenaean Building at Tell-Abu-Hawam in Palestine,” PEQ 96(1974) 83-90.

S. Hiller, “Levanto-mykenische Kelche – Zur Herkunft der Gefässform,” RDAC (1978) 91-102.

S. Hiller, “The Rise of the Pictorial Style and the Art of Amarna,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 63-71.

N. Hirschfeld, “Cypriot Marks on Mycenaean Pottery,” in J-P. Olivier [ed.], Mykenaïka [Actes du IXe Colloque international sur les textes mycéniens et égéens = BCH Supplement 25] (1992) 315-319.

N. Hirschfeld, “Incised Marks (Post-Firing) on Aegean Wares,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 311-318.

N. Hirschfeld, “Cypriots in the Mycenaean Aegean,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996)  I: 289-297.

N. Hirschfeld,  Potmarks of the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean  (PhD dissertation, University of Texas at Austin 1999).

N. Hirschfeld, “Marks on Pots: Patterns of Use in the Archaeological Record at Enkomi,” in J. Smith (ed.), Script and Seal Use on Cyprus in the Bronze and Iron Ages (Boston 2002) 49-109.

N. Hirschfeld, “Eastwards via Cyprus? The Marked Mycenaean Pottery of Enkomi, Ugarit and Tell Abu Hawam,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 97-103.

N. Hirschfeld, “How and Why Potmarks Matter,” Near Eastern Archaeology 71(2008) 120-129.

N. Hirschfeld, “The Cypriot Ceramic Cargo of the Uluburun Shipwreck,” in W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2011) 115-120.

L. A. Hitchcock, “’Who Will Personally Invite a Foreigner, Unless He Is a Craftsman?’: Exploring Interconnections in Aegean and Levantine Architecture,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 691-699.

M. Iacovou, “À contretemps. The Late Helladic IIIC Syntax and Context of Early Iron Age Pictorial Pottery in Cyprus,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 191-203.

B. Jones, “The Clothes-Line: Imports and Exports of Aegean Cloth(es) and Iconography,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 707-715.

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R. Jung, “Eupoton Poterion: Mykenische Keramik und mykenische Trinksitten in der Ägäis, in Syrien, Makedonien und Italien,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Studi in Protostoria in Onore di Renato Peroni (Florence 2006) 407-423.

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R. Jung, “Mycenaean Vending Cups in Syria? Thoughts about the Unpainted Mycenaean Pottery froom Tell Kazel,” in W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2011) 121-132.

R. Jung, “Can We Say, What’s Behind All Those Sherds? Ceramic Innovations in the Eastern Mediterranean at the End of the Second Millennium,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 104-120.

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