Lesson 24: Bibliography

Mycenaean Pictorial Art and Pottery

 



Colloquia, Symposia, Festschriften, and Multiply Authored Excavation Reports

G. Bachhuber and G. Roberts (eds.), Forces of Transformation: The End of the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean [BANEA Monograph 1] (Oxford 2009).

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

J. C. Barrett and P. Halstead (eds.), The Emergence of Civilisation Revisited (Oxford 2004).

P. P. Betancourt and S. C. Ferrence (eds). Metallurgy: Understanding How, Learning Why. Studies in Honor of James D. Muhly [Prehistory Monographs 29] (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).

F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000).

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

S. Böhm and K.-V. von Eickstedt (eds.), ITHAKE: Festschrift für Jörg Schäfer zum 75. Geburtstage am 25.April 2001 (Würzburg 2001).

I. Boehm and S. Müller Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne. Approches épigraphique, linguistique et archéologique (Lyon 2010).

J. Bourriau and J. Phillips (eds.), Invention and Innovation: The Social Context of Change 2: Egypt, the Aegean and the Near East 1650-1150 B.C. (Oxford 2004).

I. Bradfer, B. Detournay, and R. Laffineur (eds.), KRES TECHNITES: L’artisan crétois: Recueil d’articles en l’honneur de Jean-Claude Poursat, publié à l’occasion des 40 ans de la découverte du Quartier Mu [Aegaeum 26] (Liège/Austin 2005) A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS : Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004).

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

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).

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).

D. Danielidou (ed.), DORON: Timetikos Tomos gia ton Kathegete Spyro Iakovide (Athens 2009).

P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985).

P. Darcque and R. Treuil (eds.), L’habitat égéen préhistorique [BCH Supplement 19] (Paris 1990).

S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) .

S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003).

S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007).

E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] I-III (Rome 1996).

A. Farnoux and J. Driessen (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Athens 1997).

P. M. Fischer (ed.), Contributions to the Archaeology and History of the Bronze and Iron Ages in the Eastern Mediterranean: Studies in Honour of Paul Åström (Vienna 2001).

J. L. Fitton (ed.), Ivory in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period (London 1992).

O. H. Frey and H. Roth (eds.), Beiträge zur ägäischen Bronzezeit [Kleine Schriften aus dem Vorgeschichtlichen Seminar Marburg 11] (Marburg 1982).

I. Galanaki, H. Tomas, Y. Galanakis, and R. Laffineur (eds.), Between the Aegean and Baltic Seas: Prehistory across Borders [Aegaeum 27] (Liège/Austin 2007).

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

C. Gallou, M. Georgiadis, and G. M. Muskett (eds.), DIOSKOUROI: Studies Presented to W. G. Cavanagh and C. B. Mee on the Anniversary of Their 30-Year Joint Contribution to Aegean Archaeology [BAR-IS 1889] (Oxford 2008).

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).

C. Gillis and M.-L. B. Nosch (eds.), Ancient Textiles: Production, Craft and Society (Oxford 2007).

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, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Acquisition and Distribution of Raw Materials and Finished Products [SIMA Pocketbook 154] (Jonsered 2001).

I. C. Glover, H. Hughes-Brock, and J. Henderson (eds.), Ornaments from the Past – Bead Studies after Beck. A Book on Glass and Semiprecious Stone Beads in History and Archaeology for Archaeologists, Jewellery Historians and Collectors (London 2003).

R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984).

R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990).

C. M. Jackson and E. C. Wager (eds.), Vitreous Material in the Late Bronze Age Aegean. A Window to the East Mediterranean World [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 9] (Oxford 2008).

L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008).

V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011).

V. Kilikoglou, A. Hein, and Y. Maniatis (eds.), Modern Trends in Scientific Studies on Ancient Ceramics [BAR International Series 1011] (Oxford 2002).

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

K. Kopaka (ed.), FYLO. Engendering Prehistoric ‘Stratigraphies’ in the Aegean and the Mediterranean [Aegaeum 30] (Liège/Austin 2009).

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 (ed.), THANATOS. Les coutûmes funéraires en Égée à l’âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 1] (Liège 1987).

R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze moyen au Bronze récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989).

R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) .

R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992).

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

R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995).

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).

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].

W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992).

C. Morris (ed.), KLADOS: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995).

W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989).

W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995).

W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000).

W. Müller (ed.),  Die Bedeutung der minoischen und mykenischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 8] (Mainz 2010).

M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012).

C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the Wo0rld Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000).

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

P. Rehak (ed.), The Role of the Ruler in the Prehistoric Aegean [Aegaeum 11] (Liège 1995).

E. Rystedt and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits: Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006).

J. M. Sanders (ed.), PHILOLAKON: Lakonian Studies in Honour of Hector Catling (London 1992).

A. L. Schallin and P. Pakkanen (eds.), Encounters with Mycenaean Figures and Figurines (Stockholm 2009).

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).

J. C. Wright (ed.), The Mycenaean Feast [Hesperia 73:2] (Princeton 2004).

Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan  (Athens 1986-1990).

 

General Treatments of Mycenaean Art

E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen (Vienna 2007).

A. Bernabé and E. R. Lujan, “Mycenaean Technology,” in Y. Duhoux and A. Morpurgo Davies (eds.), A Companion to Linear B: Mycenaean Greek Texts and Their World I (Louvain-la-Neuve 2008) 201-233.

P. P. Betancourt, Introduction to Aegean Art (Philadelphia 2007).

C. D. Cane, The Question of Narrative in Aegean Bronze Age Art (Ph. D. dissertation, University of Toronto 1997).

K. Demakopoulou (ed.), The Mycenaean World: Five Centuries of Early Greek Culture 1600-1100 B.C. (Athens 1988).

B. Feuer, Mycenaean Civilization: A Research Guide (New York 1996).

C. Gates, “Art for Children in Mycenaean Greece,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 161-    .

S. C. German, Performance and the Art of the Aegean Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University 1999).

S. C. German, Performance, Power and the Art of the Aegean Bronze Age [BAR International S1347] (Oxford 2005).

S. Hood, The Arts in Prehistoric Greece (Harmondsworth 1978, 1988).

R. Laffineur, “Craftsmen and Craftsmanship in Mycenaean Greece: For a Multimedia Approach,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, Politeia: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) I: 189-199.

G. M. Muskett, Mycenaean Art: A Psychological Approach [BAR International Series 1636] (Oxford 2007).

G. E. Mylonas, Mycenae and the Mycenaean Age (Princeton 1966).

F. Schachermeyr, Die ägäische Frühzeit II: Die mykenische Zeit (Vienna 1976).

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

I. Tournavitou, “The Social and Economic Position of Artisans in the Mycenaean World,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocketbook 143] (Jonsered 1997)  29-41.

N. Vasilikou, O Mykenaïkos Politismos (Athens 1995).

E. Vermeule, Greece in the Bronze Age (Chicago 1964).

J. G. Younger, “The End of Mycenaean Art,” in E. Thomas (ed.), Forschungen zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte: Das Ende der mykenischen Welt (Köln 1987) 63-72.

Iconography and Color

[for Bull-jumping, see under "Minoan Religion"]

S. Alexiou, “Neue Wagendarstellungen aus Kreta,” AA (1964) 785-804.

N. Antognelli Michel, “L’estrema stilizzazione della palma? Osservazioni sulle semicolonne della ’Tholos de Atreo’,“ 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) 155-164.

P. Aström and B. Blomé, “A Reconstruction of the Lion Gate Relief at Mycenae,” OpAth 5(1964) 159-191.

J. Bennet, “Iconographies of Value: Words, People and Things in the Late Bronze Age Aegean,“ in J. C. Barrett and P. Halstead (eds.), The Emergence of Civilisation Revisited (Oxford 2004)     .

J. Bennet, “Representations of Power in Mycenaean Pylos. Script, Orality, Iconography,” 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) 11-22.

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.

F. Blakolmer, “Zum Charakter der frühägäischen Farben: Linear B und Homer,” Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3(2000) 226-239.

F. Blakolmer, “Colour in the Aegean Bronze Age: From Monochromy to Polychromy,” in L. Cleland and K. Stears (eds.), Colour in the Ancient Mediterranean World [BAR-IS 1267] (Oxford 2004) 61-67.

F. Blakolmer, “Vom Wandrelief in die Kleinkunst. Transformationen des Stierbildes in der minoisch-mykenischen Bildkunst,” 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) 31-47.

F. Blakolmer, “Processions in Aegean Iconography II: Who Are the Participants?,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 257-268.

F. Blakolmer, “Ethnizität und Identität in der minoisch-mykenischen Ikonographie,” Anodos. Studies of the Ancient World 10(2010) 29-40.

E. F. Bloedow, “On Lions in Mycenaean and Minoan Culture,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 295-305.

E. F. Bloedow, “Löwenjagd im spätbronzezeitlichen Griechenland,” Altertum 38(1993) 241-250.

E. F. Bloedow, “The Lions of the Lion Gate at Mycenae,” 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:

1159-1166.

E. F. Bloedow, “‘Hector is a Lion’: New Light on Warfare in the Aegean Bronze Age from the Homeric Simile,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 285-296.

I. Bradfer, “Nautile ou argonaute? Remarques sur un motif égéen,” RA (1998) 107-118.

E. Brandt, Grüss und Gebet. Eine Studie zu Gebärden in der minoisch-mykenischen und frühgriechischen Kunst (Waldsassen 1965).

S. W. Carter, ‘The Battle of the Glen’ Revisited: A Gold Signet Ring (CMS I 16) of the Aegean Late Bronze Age in its Full Iconographic Context (undergraduate Honors thesis, Dartmouth College 2000).

J. Cherry, “Beazley in the Bronze Age? Reflections on Attribution Studies in Aegean Prehistory,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 123-144.

E. Cline, “Monkey Business in the Bronze Age Aegean,” BSA 86(1991) 29-42.

J. Crouwel, “Fighting on Land and Sea in Late Mycenaean Times,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 455-463.

J. Crowley, “The Icon Imperative: Rules of Composition in Aegean Art,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 23-36.

J. L. Crowley, “Images of Power in the Bronze Age Aegean,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, Politeia: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) II: 475-491.

M. Cultraro, “Exercise of Dominance: Boar Hunting in Mycenaean Religion and Hittite Royal Rituals,” in M. Hutter and S. Hutter-Braunsar (eds.), Offizielle Religion, locale Kulte und individuelle Religiosität [Alter Orient und Altes Testament 318] (Münster 2004) 117-135.

M. Cultraro, “Hunter and Horseman: Glimpses into an Unknown Mycenaean Iconography,” in A. Gardeisen (ed.), Les équides dans le monde méditerranéen antique (Lattes 2005) 289-298.

E. N. Davis, “Art and Politics in the Aegean: The Missing Ruler,” in P. Rehak (ed.), The Role of the Ruler in the Prehistoric Aegean [Aegaeum 11] (Liège 1995) 11-20.

J. L. Davis and J. Bennet, “Making Mycenaeans: Warfare, Territorial Expansion, and Representations of the Other in the Pylian Kingdom,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 105-119.

D. Danielidou, “Sitopotinija of Mycenae amd the Mycenaean Potnia,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan (Athens 1986-1990) 323-342.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Military Prowess and Social Status in Mycenaean Greece,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 121-131.

H. Döhl, “Mykenische Kampfdarstellungen: Bild und Deutung im prähistorischen Griechenland,” Beiträge zur Archäologie Nordwestdeutschlands und Mitteleuropas, Materialhefte zur Ur- und Frühgeschichte Niedeersachsens 16(1980) 21-33.

M. Feldman, “Luxurious Forms: Redefining A Mediterranean ‘International Style,’ 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).

K. P. Foster, “A Taste for the Exotic,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 327-338.

S. C. German, “The Human Form in the Late Bronze Age Aegean,” in A. E. Rautman (ed.), Reading the Body: Representations and Remains in the Archaeological Record (Philadelphia 2000) 95-123.

C. Gillis, “The Use of Color in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in L. Cleland and K. Stears (eds.), Colour in the Ancient Mediterranean World [BAR-IS 1267] (Oxford 2004) 56-60.

E. Herkenrath, “Mykenische Kultszenen,” AJA 41(1937) 411-423.

S. Hiller, “Scenes of Warfare and Combat in the Arts of Aegean Late Bronze Age. Reflections on Typology and Development,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 319-330.

S. Hiller, “Potnia/Potnios Aigon. On the Religious Aspects of Goats in the Aegean Late Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg (eds.), POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 293-304.

S. Hiller, “Kleine Leute – Grosse Tiere. Themen der ägäischen Bildkunst in der späten Bronze- und der frühen Eisenzeit,” in F. Blakolmer and H. D. Szemethy (eds.), Akten des 8. Österreichischen Archäologentages am Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien vrom 23. bis 25. April 1999 (Vienna 2001) 45-52.

S. Hiller, “The Spiral as a Symbol of Sovreignty and Power,” 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) 259-270.

S. Hiller, “The Prothesis Scene: Bronze Age – Dark Age Relations,” in E. Rystedt and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits: Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 183-190.

S. Hiller, “Palm and Altar,” 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) 104-114.

J. Hurwit, “The Dendra Octopus Cup and the Problem of Style in the Fifteenth Century Aegean,” AJA 83(1979) 413-426.

K. Kalogeropoulos, “Decorative Scheme as an Indication of Artistic Relations between Early Mycenaean Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 393-403.

Ch. Kardara, “E semasia tou anaglyphou tes pyles ton leonton,” AAA 3(1970) 238-246.

V. Klontza-Jaklová, “The Meaing of Time in Late Bronze Age Europe and its Reflection in Material Culture,” Anodos. Studies of the Ancient World 10(2010) 133-141.

M. Kohl, “Lyraspieler in mykenischer Zeit. Ihre Stellung in der frühgriechischen Gesellschaft,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 197-204.

K. Kopaka, “La guerre des femmes en Égée de l’Âge du Bronze” Lire entre “les lignes de combat”,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 479-487.

L. Kontorli-Papadopoulou, “Fresco Fighting-Scenes as Evidence for Warlike Activities in the LBA Aegean,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 332-339.

O. Krzyszkowska, “Impressions of the Natural World: Landscape in Aegean Glyptic,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 169-188.

R. Laffineur, “Images et symboles dans l’art mycénien,” in Praktika tou C’ Diethnous Synedriou Peloponnesiakon Spoudon II (Athens 1987-88) 161-174.

R. Laffineur, “Iconography as Evidence of Social and Political Status in Mycenaean Greece,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 105-112.

R. Laffineur, “De Mycènes à Homère. Réflexions sur l’conographie guerrière mycénienne,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 313-317.

K. T. Mammel, Bodies in Bloom: The Association of Flora and Female Figures in Late Bronze Age Aegean Iconography (Senior Honors thesis, Dartmouth College 2011).

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~classics/studenttheses/mammel11.html

N. Marinatos, “Celebrations of Death and the Symbolism of the Lion Hunt,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 143-148.

M. Masseti, “Taxonomic and Behavioral Aspects of the Representation of Mammals in Aegean Bronze Age Art,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 273-281.

H. Matthäus, “Mykenische Vogelbarke, antithetische Tierprotomen in der Kunst des östlichen Mittelmeerraumes,” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 10(1980) 319-330.

C. Morris, “Hands Up for the Individual! The Role of Attribution Studies in Aegean Prehistory,” CAJ 3(1993) 41-66.

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I. Weber-Hiden, “Die Bedeutung der Streitwagen in der mykenischen Kunst,” in T. Lorenz, G. Erath, M. Lehner, and G. Schwarz (eds.), Akten des 6. Österreichischen Archäologentages (Vienna 1996) 177-184.

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H. Brecoulaki, C. Zaitoun, S. R. Stocker, and J. L. Davis, “An Archer from the Palace of Nestor: A New Wall Painting Fragment in the Chora Museum,” Hesperia 77(2008) 363-397.

A. Brysbaert, “Rotating Angles in Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age. The Technology of Bronze Age Painted Plaster from the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 167-177.

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N. Marinatos, “The Fresco from Room 31 at Mycenae: Problems of Method and Interpretation,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 245-251.

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I. Berg, “The Potter’s Wheel in Mycenaean Greece: A Reassessment,” 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) 113-122.

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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.

M. L. Galaty, Nestor’s Wine Cups: Investigating Ceramic Manufacture and Exchange in a Late Bronze Age “Mycenaean” State [BAR International Series 766] (Oxford 1999).

M. L. Galaty, “Wealth Ceramics, Staple Ceramics: Pots and the Mycenaean Palaces,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces: New Interpretations of an Old Idea (Los Angeles 1999) 49-59.

M.L. Galaty, “Wedging Clay: Combining Competing Models of Mycenaean Pottery Industries,” in D. J. Pullen (ed.), Political Economies of the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2010) 230-247.

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.

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

N. E. Hirschfeld, “Marks on Pots: Patterns of Use in the Archaeological Record at Enkomi,” in J. S. Smith (ed.), Script and Seal Use on Cyprus in the Bronze and Iron Ages [AIA Colloquia and Conference Papers 4] (Boston 2002) 49-109.

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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.

K. Kaza-Papageorgiou, E. Kardamaki, P. Kouti, E. Markopoulou, and N. Mouka, “Kontopegadou Alimou Attikes: Oikismos ton PE kai YE chronon kai YE ergasteriake enkatastase,” ArchEph (2011) 197-274.

E. Kiriatzi, Keramike technologia kai paragoge: E keramike tes Ysteres Epoches tou Chalkou apo ten Toumba Thessalonikes (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Thessaloniki 2000).

C. Knappett, “Overseen or Overlooked? Ceramic Production in a Mycenaean Palatial System,” in S. Voutsaki and J. Killen (eds.), Economy and Politics in the Mycenaean Palace States (Cambridge 2001) 80-95.

A. Leonard, M. Hughes, A. Middleton, and L. Schofield, “The Making of Aegean Stirrup Jars: Technique, Tradition, and Trade,” BSA 88(1993) 105-123.

M. Lindblom, Marks and Makers: Appearance, Distribution and Function of Middle and Late Helladic Manufactuers’ Marks on Aeginetan Pottery [SIMA 128] (Jonsered 2001).

Y. G. Lolos and D. N. Sakkas, “Semeia kerameon: symbola kai sphragismata apo treis salaminiakes akropoleis,” Dodone 33(2004) 25-76.

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.

S. P. Morris, “Wine and Water in the Bronze Age: Fermenting, Mixing and Serving Vessels,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 113-123.

W-D. Niemeier, “The Mycenaean Potters’ Quarter at Miletus,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 347- 352.

J. K. Papadopoulos, “Innovations, Imitations and Ceramic Style: Modes of Production and Modes of Dissemination,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 449-    .

A-L. Schallin, “The Late Bronze Age Potter’s Workshop at Mastos in the Berbati Valley,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocketbook 143] (Jonsered 1997)  73-88.

M. Seifert, “Pottery Kilns in Mainland Greece and on the Aegean Islands,” Rivista d’Arquelogia 17(1993) 95-105.

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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.

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T. Whitelaw, “Reading Between the Tablets: Assessing Mycenaean Palatial Involvement in Ceramic Production and Consumption,” in S. Voutsaki and J. Killen (eds.), Economy and Politics in the Mycenaean Palace States (Cambridge 2001) 51-79.

M. H. Wiener, “Palatial Potters in Mycenaean Greece,” 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) 271-278.

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

Pottery: Stylistic Analyses and Typological Studies

[see also under "Pottery" in Lesson 19: Mycenaean Tholos Tombs and in Lesson 29: Post-Palatial Twilight for bibliography on prepalatial and postpalatial Mycenaean pottery in particular]

D. Anderson, “Mycenaean Vessel Terms: Evaluating the IE Evidence,” Minos 29-30(1994-95) 295-322.

S. Andreou, “E mykenaïke kerameike kai oi koinonies tes kentrikes Makedonias kata ten Ystere Epoche tou Chalkou” 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) 191-210.

E. Andrikou, “The Pottery from the Destruction Layer of the Linear B Archive in Pelopidou Street, Thebes. A Preliminary Report,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy, S. Hiller, and O. Panagl (eds.), Floreant Studia Mycenaea  I (Vienna 1999) 79-102.

E. Andrikou, “The Late Helladic III Pottery,” in E. Andrikou, V. L. Aravantinos, L. Godart, A. Sacconi, and J. Vroom, Thèbes. Fouilles de la Cadmée II.2: Les tablettes en linéaire B de la Odos Pelopidou: le contexte archéologique: la céramique de la Odos Pelopidou et la chronologie du lineaire B (Pisa 2006) 11-179.

P. Åström, “Mycenaean Pottery from the Region of Aigion, with a List of Prehistoric Sites in Achaia,” OpAth 5(1965) 89-100.

A. E. Bächle, “Mykenische Keramikfragmente aus den Gräbern von Elateia,” in T. Lorenz, G. Erath, M. Lehner, and G. Schwarz (eds.), Akten des 6. Österreichischen Archäologentages (Vienna 1996) 15-22.

A. E. Bächle, “Zur Chronologie der Anlage des Friedhofs von Elateia: Die früheste Keramik,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 191-198.

A. E. Bächle, “Eliten in Elateia? Überlegungen ausgehend von der frühen mykenischen Keramik,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen Epoche [The Formation of Elites and Elitist Lifestyles from Mycenaean Palatial Times to the Homeric Period] (Vienna 2007) 15-30.

C. Belardelli, “Materiali di tradizione mesoelladica dagli strati micenei di Tirinto,” 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: 1137-1144.

M. Benzi, Ceramica micenea in Attica (Milan 1975).

M. Benzi, Rodi e la Civiltà Micenea (Rome 1992).

M. Benzi, “The Late Bronze Age Pottery from Vathy Cave, Kalymnos,” 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) 275-288.

M. Benzi, “A Group of Mycenaean Vases and Bronzes from Pyli, Kos,” in B. Adembri (ed.), AEIMNESTOS: Miscellanea di Studi per Mauro Cristofani (Florence 2005) 15-24.

Y. Boysal, Katalog der Vasen im Museum in Bodrum I: Mykenische-Protogeometrisch (1969).

S. Brodbeck-Jucker, Mykenische Funde von Kephallenia im archäologischen Museum Neuchâtel (Rome 1986).

M. Cosmopoulos, “Ceramic Regionalism and Artistic Interaction: The LH IIIA1-IIIA2 Evidence from Grotta,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 369-376.

U. Damm, Die spätbronzezeitlichen Miniaturgefässe und Hohlgeformten Stiere von Tiryns: Eine Analyse der Form und Funktion (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Bonn 1997).

J. L. Davis, “The Mainland Panel Cup and Panelled Style,” AJA 82(1978) 216-222.

J. L. Davis, “LH I Pottery from Korakou,” Hesperia 48(1979) 234-259.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Elateia and Problems of Pottery Chronology,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 195-202.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy and E. Alram-Stern,” Zur mykenischen Keramik von Aigeira,” in W. Alzinger et al., “Aigeira-Hyperesia und die Siedlung Phelloë in Achaia I: Die mykenische Siedlung,” Klio 67(1987) 391-457.

E.-E. Deleyianne, “Enas ptenomorphos askos apo te Theva,” 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) 599-608.

K. Demakopoulou, “Mykenaïka angeia ek thalamoeidon taphon perioches Aghiou Ioannou Monemvasias,” AD 23A(1968) 145-194.

K. Demakopoulou, “Argive Mycenaean Pottery: Evidence from the Necropolis at Kokla,” 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) 57-75.

K. Demakopoulou, “Mykenaïka evremata apo ten Elateia sto Ethniko Archaiologiko Mouseio,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 187-194.

K. Demakopoulou, “The Pottery from the Destruction Layers in Midea: Late Helladic IIIB2 Late or Transitional Late Helladic IIIB2/Late Helladic IIIC Early?,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 77-92.

V. R. d’A. Desborough, The Last Mycenaeans and their Successors (Oxford 1964).

V. R. d’A. Desborough, The Greek Dark Ages (London 1972).

J. Deshayes, “Les vases mycéniens de la Deiras (Argos),” BCH 77(1953) 59-    .

J. Deshayes, “Les vases Vollgraff de la Deiras,” BCH 93(1969) 574-      .

O. T. P. K. Dickinson, “Late Helladic IIA and IIB: Some Evidence from Korakou,” BSA 67(1972) 103-112.

O. T. P. K. Dickinson, “The Definition of Late Helladic I,” BSA 69(1974)  109-120.

O. T. P. K. Dickinson, “Mycenaean Pottery from the Settlement Part I: The Late Helladic I and II Pottery,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 469-488.

S. Dietz, “Thermon and the Matt-painted Pottery in Aitolia. New Fix Points for the Chronology,” 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) 83-94.

C. Doumas, “A Mycenaean Rhyton from Naxos,” AA (1968) 374-389.

C. Dürauer, “Ess- und Trinkgeschirr aus Aigeira. Vorläufige Ergebnisse zur SH IIIC-Keramik,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 97-104.

E. French, “Pottery Groups from Mycenae: A Summary,” BSA 58(1963) 44-52.

E. French, “Late Helladic IIIA1 Pottery from Mycenae,” BSA 59(1964) 241-261.

E. French, “Late Helladic IIIA2 Pottery from Mycenae,” BSA 60(1965) 159-202.

E. French, “A Group of Late Helladic IIIB1 Pottery from Mycenae,” BSA 61(1966) 216-238.

E. French, “Pottery from Late Helladic IIIB1 Destruction Contexts at Mycenae,” BSA 62(1967) 149-193.

E. French, “A Group of Late Helladic IIIB2 Pottery from Mycenae,” BSA 64(1969) 71-93.

E. French, “The First Phase of LH IIIC,” AA (1969) 133-136.

E. French, “A Reassessment of the Mycenaean Pottery at Tarsus,” AS 25(1975) 53-75.

E. French, “The Stirrup Jar: Does the West House Evidence Help or Complicate the Problems?,” 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) 68-75.

E.B. French and P.W. Stockhammer, “Mycenae and Tiryns : The Pottery of the Second Half of the 13th Century B.C.: Contexts and Definitions,” BSA 104 (2009) 175–232.

E. B. French and J. E. Tomlinson, “The Mainland ‘Conical Cup’,” 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) 259-265.

A. Furtwängler and G. Loeschcke, Mykenische Thongefässe (Berlin 1879).

A. Furtwängler and G. Loeschcke, Mykenische Vasen. Vorhellenische Thongefässe aus dem Gebiete des Mittelmeeres (Berlin 1886).

A. Furumark, The Mycenaean Pottery: Analysis and Classification (Stockholm 1941).

A. Furumark, The Chronology of Mycenaean Pottery (Stockholm 1941).

A. Furumark, “The Mycenaean IIIC Pottery and its Relations to Cypriote Fabrics,” Opuscula Archaeologica 3(1944) 194-265.

W. R. Gauss, Neuuntersuchung der Späthelladisch IIIC und Submykenischen Keramik von der Athener

Akropolis (Diplomarbeit, University of Salzburg 1993).

W. Gauss, “Neue Forschungen zur prähistorischen Akropolis von Athen,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 167-189.

B. Graef and E. Langlotz, Die antiken Vasen von der Akropolis zu Athen I (1925).

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.

V. Hankey, “Pottery and People of the Mycenaean IIIC Period in the Levant,” in R. Sadah (ed.), Archéologie au Levant (Lyons 1982) 167-171.

H. W. Haskell, “Coarse-ware Stirrup-jars at Mycenae,” BSA 76(1981) 225-238.

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

S. Hiller, Alt-Ägina IV,1: Mykenische Keramik (Mainz 1976).

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

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

J. Hruby, “Mycenaean Pottery frm Pylos: An Indigenous Typology,” AJA 114(2010) 195-216.

M. Jacob-Felsch, “Die spätmykenische und frühprotogeometrische Keramik, ” in R. C. S. Felsch, Kalapodi. Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen im Heiligtum der Artemis und des Apollon von Hyampolis in der antiken Phokis I (Mainz 1996) 1-213.

M. Jacob-Felsch, “O topikos rythmos tes mykenaïkes keramikes tes YE IIIC phases tou ierou Artemidos Kalapodiou,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 157-162.

R. Jung, Kastanas. Ausgrabungen in einem Siedlungshügel; der Bronze- und Eisenzeit Makedoniens 1975-1979: Die Drehscheibenkeeramik der Schichten 19 bis 11 [Prähistorische Archäologie in Südosteuropa 18:1-2] (Kiel 2002).

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. Kalogeropoulos, “Vier minoisierende Amphoren aus dem Palast von Pylos und die kretische-messenischen Beziehungen in spätmykenischer Zeit,” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 28(1998) 523-534.

K. Kalogeropoulos, “Anaktorikos pithamphoreas apo ten Kantia tes Argolidas,” ArchEph (2001) 189-204

V. Karageorghis, “Torch-holders or Bellows?,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan  (Athens 1986) A: 22-26.

V. Karageorghis, “Notes on a Mycenaean IIIB Rhyton from Ugarit,” AA (1998) 1-3.

V. Karageorghis, “Notes on Some ‘Enigmatic’ Objects from the Prehistoric Aegean and Other East Mediterranean Regions,” AA (1999) 501-514.

E. Kardamaki, Bemalte mykenische Keramik aus dem Zerstörungshorizontin der Westtreppe von Tiryns I-II (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2009).

K. Kaza-Papageorgiou, E. Kardamaki, P. Kouti, E. Markopoulou, and N. Mouka, “Kontopegadou Alimou Attikes: Oikismos ton PE kai YE chronon kai YE ergasteriake enkatastase,” ArchEph (2011) 197-274.

K. Kilian, “Ein mykenisches Beleuchtungsgerät,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan (Athens 1986) A: 152-166.

B. Kling, “Mycenaean IIIC:1b Pottery in Cyprus: Principal Characteristics and Historical Context,” in V. Karageorghis and J. Muhly (eds.), Cyprus at the Close of the Bronze Age (Nicosia 1984) 29-38.

B. Kling, Mycenaean IIIC:1b and Related Pottery in Cyprus (Göteborg 1989).

R. B. Koehl, “Observations on a Deposit of LC IIIC Pottery from the Koukounaries Acropolis on Paros,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 207-224.

R. B. Koehl, Aegean Bronze Age Rhyta (Philadelphia 2006).

G. S. Korres, “To eumegethes kypellon ‘Kephti’ tes Koukounaras,” in STELE. Tomos eis mnemen Nikolaou Kontoleontos (Athens 1978) 323-   .

E. Kountoure, “Ryto me protomes elaphion kai tavrou apo ta Volimidia Messenias,” 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) 665-687.

E. Kountouri, “Ceramic Stands in the Late Bronze Age Aegean: Form and Function with Special Reference to a Stand from the Vlachopoulo Tholos Tomb in Messenia,” 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) 282-295.

J. Lebegyev, “Dating of the Destruction Horizon of the Mycenaean Palaces by Decorated Ceramics,” Acta Archaeologica Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae 55(2004) 239-278.

B. Lis, “The Role of Cooking Pottery and Cooked Food in the Palace of Nestor at Pylos,“ Archeologia 57(2006) 7-24.

B. Lis, “A Revolution in the Study of Late Mycenaean Pottery? A Review Article of Ch. Podzuweit, ‘Studien zur spätmykenischen Keramik’,” Archeologia 58[2007] (2009) 171-184.

B. Lis, Late Bronze Age Coooking Pots from Mitrou and Their Change in the Light of Socio-Economic Transformations (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Warsaw 2012).

Y. G. Lolos and C. Marabea, “Schematologio kerameikes apo ten erevna tes mykenaïkes acropolis tes Salaminos kata to 2000,” Dodone 32(2003) 99-179.

F. G. Maier, “The Mycenaean Pottery of Palaipaphos Reconsidered,” 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) 93-102.

S. L. Martin, “Mycenaean Pottery from the Settlement Part II: The Late Helladic IIIA1 Pottery,” in W. A.

McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation

(Minneapolis 1992) 488-495.

H. Martlew, “What a Difference a Spout Makes: Minoan and Mycenaean Cooking Vessels and What They Can Tell Us,” BICS 41(1996) 144-145.

C. Mee, Rhodes in the Bronze Age. An Archaeological Survey (Warminster 1982).

R. Meriç and P. A. Mountjoy, “Three Mycenaean Vases from Ionia,” IstMitt 51(2001) 137-141.

R. Meriç and P. A. Mountjoy, “Mycenaean Pottery from Bademgedigi Tepe (Puranda) in Ionia: A Preliminary Report,” IstMitt 52(2002) 79-98.

J.-Y. Monchambert, “La céramique mycénienne d’Ougarit. Nouvelles données,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 125-140.

C. Morgan, Isthmia VIII: The Late Bronze Age Settlement and Early Iron Age Sanctuary (Princeton 1999).

P. A. Mountjoy, “Late Helladic IIIB1 Pottery Dating the Construction of the South House at Mycenae, BSA 71(1976) 77-111.

P. A. Mountjoy, Four Early Mycenaean Wells from the South Slope of the Acropolis at Athens  [Miscellanea

Graeca 4] (Gent 1981).

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Ephyraean Goblet Reconsidered,” BSA 78(1983) 265-271.

P. A. Mountjoy, Orchomenos V: Mycenaean Pottery from Orchomenos, Eutresis and Other Boeotian Sites

(Munich 1983).

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Pottery,” in C. Renfrew, The Archaeology of Cult: The Sanctuary at Phylakopi (London

1985) 151-208.

P. A. Mountjoy, Mycenaean Decorated Pottery: A Guide to Identification (Göteborg 1986).

P. A. Mountjoy, “LH IIIC Late versus Submycenaean: The Kerameikos Pompeion Cemetery Reviewed,” JdI 103(1988) 1-33.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Regional Mycenaean Pottery,” BSA 85(1990) 245-270.

P. A. Mountjoy, Mycenaean Pottery: An Introduction (Oxford 1993).

P. A. Mountjoy , “The Pottery of the Late Helladic Period,” in C. Runnels, D. J. Pullen, and S. Langdon (eds.), Artifact and Assemblage: The Finds from a Regional Survey of the Southern Argolid, Greece I: The Prehistoric and Early Iron Age Pottery and the Lithic Artifacts (Stanford 1995) 52-56

P. A. Mountjoy, “Thorikos Mine no.3: The Mycenaean Pottery,” BSA 90(1995) 195-228.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Mycenaean Pottery from South Rhodes,” Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens 1(1995) 21-35.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Asine Chamber Tomb I:1: The Pottery,” in R. Hägg, G. C. Nordquist, and B. Wells (eds.),

Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930 (Stockholm 1996) 47-67.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Destruction of the Palace at Pylos Reconsidered,” BSA 92(1997) 109-135.

P. A. Mountjoy, “An Octopus Stirrup Jar from Kalymnos,” Opuscula Atheniensia 22-23( 1997)152-154.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The East Aegean – West Anatolian Interface in the Late Bronze Age: Mycenaeans and the Kingdom of Ahhiyawa,” AS 48(1998) 33-67.

P. A. Mountjoy, Regional Mycenaean Decorated Pottery (Rahden/Westfalen 1999).

P. A. Mountjoy, “Late Minoan IIIC/Late Helladic IIIC: Chronology and Terminology,” 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) 511-516.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Mycenaean Pottery from the 1934-1939 Excavations at Tarsus,” in A. Özyar (ed.), Tarsus – Gözlü Kule: Inteerdisciplinary Research 2001-2003 (Istanbul 2005) 83-134.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Late Helladic Pottery,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 299-387.

P. A. Mountjoy, The Johann Wolfgang Goethe University Collections: The Mycenaean and Minoan Pottery (Wiesbaden 2008).

P. A. Mountjoy, “Three Mycenaean Vases from the Dodecanese,” 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) 135-138.

P. A. Mountjoy and H. Mommsen, “Mycenaean Pottery from Qantir-Piramesse, Egypt,” BSA 96(2001) 123-155.

S. Müller Celka, “De l’opportunité d’un ‘MycIndex’ pour l’Égée,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 27-44.

T. J. Papadopoulos, “A Late Mycenaean Koine in Western Greece and the Adjacent Ionian Islands,” in C. Morris (ed.), Klados: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995) 201-208.

E. Parisinou, “Lighting Practices in Early Greece (from the End of the Mycenaean World to the 7th Century B.C.),” OJA 17(1998) 327-343.

C. Podzuweit, “Ausgrabungen in Tiryns 1976. Bericht zur spätmykenischen Keramik,” AA (1978) 471-498.

C. Podzuweit, “Spätmykenische Keramik von Kastanas,” JRGZM 26(1979) 203-223.

C. Podzuweit, “Ausgrabungen in Tiryns 1977. Bericht zur spätmykenischen Keramik,” AA (1979) 412-440.

C. Podzuweit, “Ausgrabungen in Tiryns 1978, 1979. Bericht zur spätmykenischen Keramik,” AA (1981) 194-220.

C. Podzuweit, “Ausgrabungen in Tiryns 1981. Bericht zur spätmykenischen Keramik,” AA (1983) 359-402.

C. Podzuweit, “Keramik der Phase SH IIIC-Spät aus der Unterburg von Tiryns,” AA (1988) 213-243.

C. Podzuweit, Tiryns XIV: Studien zur spätmykenischen Keramik (Wiesbaden 2007).

M. R. Popham and E. Milburn, “The Late Helladic IIIC Pottery of Xeropolis (Lefkandi), a Summary,” BSA 66(1971) 333-352.

M. Popham, E. Schofield, and S. Sherratt, “The Pottery,” in D. Evely (ed.), Lefkandi IV: The Bronze Age. The Late Helladic IIIC Settlement at Xeropolis [BSA Supplementary Volume 39] (London 2006) 137-231.

F. Ruppenstein, Kerameikos. Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen XVIII: Die submykenische Nekropole: Neufunde und Neubewertung (Munich 2007).

J. B. Rutter, “LH IIIC Pottery and Some Historical Implications,” in E. N. Davis (ed.), Symposium on the Dark Ages in Greece (New York 1977) 1-20.

J. B. Rutter, “A Plea for the Abandonment of the Term ‘Submycenaean’,” TUAS 3(1978) 58-65.

J. B. Rutter, “The Last Mycenaeans at Corinth,” Hesperia 48(1979) 348-392.

J. B. Rutter, “A Ceramic Definition of Late Helladic I from Tsoungiza,” Hydra 6(1989) 1-19.

J. B. and S. H. Rutter, The Transition to Mycenaean: a Stratified Middle Helladic II yo Late Helladic IIA Pottery Sequence from Ayios Stephanos in Lakonia (Los Angeles 1976).

A. Sabur, I exelixi tis mykenaïkis keramikis stin Viotia (Ph. D. dissertation; 1987).

F. Schachermeyr, Die ägäische Frühzeit IV: Griechenland im Zeitalter der Wanderungen vom Ende der mykenischen Ära bis auf die Dorier (Vienna 1980).

G. Schönfeld, “Bericht zur bemalten mykenischen Keramik. Ausgrabungen in Tiryns 1982/3,” AA (1988) 153-211.

C. W. Shelmerdine, “Mycenaean Pottery from the Settlement Part III: Late Helladic IIIA2-IIIB2 Pottery,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 495-517.

C. W. Shelmerdine, “The ‘Friendly Krater’ from Iklaina,” 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) 251-256.

K. S. Shelton, The Late Helladic Pottery from Prosymna [SIMA-PB 138] (Jonsered 1996).

E. S. Sherratt, “Regional Variation in the Pottery of Late Helladic IIIB,” BSA 75(1980) 175-202.

E. S. Sherratt, The Pottery of Late Helladic IIIC and its Significance (Ph.D. dissertation, Oxford University 1981).

E. S. Sherratt and J. H. Crouwel, “Mycenaean Pottery from Cilicia in Oxford,” OJA 6(1987) 325-352.

B. L. Sjöberg, “Five Mycenaean Vases from Zafer Aga, 1924,” in R. Hägg, G. C. Nordquist, and B. Wells (eds.), Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930 (Stockholm 1996) 101-110.

P. Stockhammer, “Bericht zur spätmykenischen Keramik aus Stadt-Nordost,” AA (2006) 139-162.

P. Stockhammer, Kontinuität und Wandel: Die Keramik der Nachpalastzeit aus der unterstadt von Tiryns (Ph.D. dissertation, Ruprecht-Karls-Universität Heidelberg 2007).

P. Stockhammer, “The Change of Pottery’s Social Meaning at the End of the Bronze Age: New Evidence from Tiryns,” 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) 164-169.

F. H. Stubbings, “The Mycenaean Pottery of Attica,” BSA 42(1947) 1-75.

H. Stülpnagel, Mykenische Keramik der Oberburg von Tiryns, Material der Ausgrabungen 1984, 1985 im Bereich des Grossen und Kleinen Megarons (Ph.D. dissertation, Freiburg University 2000).

P. M. Thomas, LH IIIB:1 Pottery from Tsoungiza and Zygouries (Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1992).

P. Thomas, “Mycenaean Kylix Painters at Zygouries,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 377-383.

P. M. Thomas, “Some Observations on the ‘Zygouries’ Kylix and Late Helladic IIIB Chronology,” in A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS : Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004) 207-224.

P. M. Thomas, “A Deposit of Late Helladic IIIB:1 Pottery from Tsoungiza,” Hesperia 74(2005) 451-573.

P. M. Thomas, “Mycenaean Tablewares and the Curious Careers of the Angular Kylix and Shallow Angular Basin,” 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) 297-305.

P. M. Thomas, “A Deposit of Late Helladic IIIA2 Pottery from Tsoungiza,” Hesperia 80(2011) 171-228.

I. Tournavitou, “Practical Use and Social Function: A Neglected Aspect of Mycenaean Pottery,” BSA 87(1992) 181-210.

I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 69-121.

N. M. Verdelis, E, and D. French, “Tiryns. Mykenaïke epichosis exothen tou dytikou teichou tes akropoleos,” AD 20A(1965) 137-152.

E. T. Vermeule, “The Mycenaeans in Achaia,” AJA 64(1960) 1-21.

S. Vitale, “The LH IIIB – LH IIIC Transition on the Mycenaean Mainland: Ceramic Phases and Terminology,” Hesperia 75(2006) 177-204.

S. Vitale, “The Late Helladic IIIA2 Pottery from Mitrou and its Implications for the Chronology of the Mycenaean Mainland,” 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) 331-344.

S. Vitale, “Two Late Helladic IIIA1 Deposits from Mitrou, East Lokris: A chronological, Typological, and Functional Analysis of the Pottery,” 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) 123-134.

W. Voigtländer, Tiryns X: Die Palaststilkeramik (Mainz 2003).

E. B. Wace, “The Cyclopean Terrace Building and the Deposit of Pottery beneath It,” BSA 49(1954) 267-291.

K. A. Wardle, “A Group of Late Helladic IIIB1 Pottery from within the Citadel at Mycenae,” BSA 64(1969) 261-297.

K. A. Wardle, “A Group of Late Helladic IIIB2 Pottery from within the Citadel at Mycenae: the Causeway Deposit,” BSA 68(1973) 297-342.

M. H. Wiener, “Palatial Potters in Mycenaean Greece,” 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) 271-278.

J. C. Wright, “Empty Cups and Empty Jugs: The Social Role of Wine in Minoan and Mycenaean Societies,” in P. E. McGovern, S. J. Fleming, and S. H. Katz (eds.), The Origins and Ancient History of Wine (Philadelphia 1996) 287-309.

J. C. Wright, “Mycenaean Drinking Services and Standards of Etiquette,” in  P. Halstead and J. C. Barrett (eds.), Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 5] (Oxford 2004) 90-104.

J. C. Wright and M. K. Dabney, “Interpreting Quantitative Analyses of Mycenaean Pottery,” 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) 369-381.

 

Pottery: Technological Studies

I. Berg, “The Potter’s Wheel in Mycenaean Greece: A Reassessment,” 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) 113-122.

S. Gur-Arieh, A. M. Maeir, and R. Shahack-Gross, “Soot Patterns on Cooking Vessels: A Short Note,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 349-355.

J. M. Skibo, Pottery Function: A Use-Alteration Perspective (New York 1992).

 

Pottery: Pictorial Styles

Å. Åkerström, “A Mycenaean Pictorial Vase Fragment from Tiryns,” in in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan A (Athens 1986) 144-147.

Å. Åkerström, Berbati II: The Pictorial Pottery (Stockholm 1987).

M. Benzi, “Minoan Genius on a LH III Pictorial Sherd from Phylalopi, Melos? Some Remarks on Religious and Ceremonial Scenes on Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery,” Pasiphae 3(2009) 9-26.

H. W. Catling, “A Mycenaean Stag from Sparta,” in STELE. Tomos eis mnemen Nikolaou Kontoleontos (Athens 1980) 440-447.

J. Crouwel, “A Chariot Sherd from Mycenae,” BSA 67(1972) 99-101.

J. H. Crouwel, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery in Holland,” BABesch 47(1972) 14-30.

J. H. Crouwel, “Fragments of Another Octopus Stirrup Jar from Kalymnos in Amsterdam,” BABesch 59(1984) 63-68.

J. H. Crouwel, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery in Manchester,” in H. A. G. Brijder, A. A. Drukker, and C. W. Neeft (eds.), Enthousiasmos: Essays on Greek and Related Pottery Presented to J. M. Hemelrijk (Amsterdam 1986) 5-12.

J. H. Crouwel, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from Outside the Citadel of Mycenae,” BSA 83(1988) 25-36.

J. Crouwel, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from Cyprus in Oxford,” OJA 10(1991) 45-55.

J. H. Crouwel, Well-built Mycenae fasc. 21: The Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery (Oxford 1991).

J. H. Crouwel, “Another Mycenaean Horse-leader?,” BSA 86(1991) 65-68.

J. Crouwel, “Late Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery,” in D. Evely (ed.), Lefkandi IV: The Bronze Age. The Late Helladic IIIC Settlement at Xeropolis [BSA Supplementary Volume 39] (London 2006) 233-255.

J. Crouwel, “Late Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery. A Brief Review,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 15-22.

J. H. Crouwel and C. E. Morris, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from Tell Atchana (Alalakh),” BSA 80(1985) 85-98.

J. H. Crouwel and C. E. Morris, “An Early Mycenaean Fish Krater from Maroni, Cyprus,” BSA 82(1987) 37-46.

J. H. Crouwel and C. E. Morris, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from Early British Excavations at Enkomi in Brussels, Dublin, Oxford and Reading,” RDAC (1991) 141-156.

J. H. Crouwel and C. E. Morris, “The Beginnings of the Mycenaean Pictorial Vase Painting,” AA (1996) 197-219.

F. Dakoronia, “War-ships on Sherds of LH IIIC Kraters from Kynos,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis II: 2nd International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity (Delphi 1987) 117-122.

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.

F. Dakoronia, “Mycenaean Pictorial Style at Kyons, East Lokris,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 23-29.

J. L. Davis, “Polychrome Bird Jugs. A Note,” AAA 9(1976) 81-83.

K. Demakopoulou, “A Mycenaean Pictorial Vase of the Fifteenth Century B.C. from Laconia,” BSA 66(1971) 95-100.

K. Demakopoulou, “A Mycenaean Pictorial Vase in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens,” in P. M. Fischer (ed.), Contributions to the Archaeology and History of the Bronze and Iron Ages in the Eastern Mediterranean: Studies in Honour of Paul Åström (Vienna 2001) 121-126.

K. Demakopoulou, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from Midea,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 31-43.

K. Demakopoulou and J. H. Crouwel, “Some Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from Thebes,” BSA 79(1984) 37-48.

E. French, “The Functional Contexts of Pictorial Pottery at Mycenae with a Note on a Recent Join by Kim Shelton ad Diana Wardle and a Note on a Recent Find by Kim Shelton,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 45-50.

W. Güntner, Tiryns XII: Figürlich bemalte Mykenische Keramik aus Tiryns (Mainz 2000).

W. Güntner, “Mycenaean Pictorial Vase-painters: A View from Tiryns,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 51-61.

W. Güntner, “Same Motif, Another Context,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 177-182.

O. Hadjianastasiou, “A Mycenaean Pictorial Vase from Naxos,” 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: 1433-1441.

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.

S. Hiller, “The Prothesis Scene. Bronze Age – Dark Age Relations,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 183-190.

S. Hiller, “Keramik mit Pictorial Style-Dekor aus Ägina Kolonna,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 73-82.

N. Hirschfeld, “Vases Marked for Exchange: The Not-So-Special Case of Pictorial Pottery,” in E. Rystedt and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits: Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 83-96.

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.

S. A. Immerwahr, “Three Mycenaean Vases from Cyprus in the Metropolitan Museum of Art,” AJA 49(1945) 534-556.

S. A. Immerwahr, “The Protome Painter and Some Contemporaries,” AJA 60(1956) 137-141.

S. A. Immerwahr, “A Mycenaean Ritual Vase from the Temple of Ayia Irini, Keos,” Hesperia 46(1977) 32-39.

S. A. Immerwahr, “Some Pictorial Fragments from Iolkos in the Volos Museum,” AE (1985) 85-94.

S. A. Immerwahr, “The Mycenaean Pictorial Style 50 Years Later,” 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) 217-223.

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.

G. Kapitän, “What Was the Early Bronze Age Ship Wrecked at Dokos?,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Nauplia 1996 (Athens 1999) 225-236.

V. Karageorghis, “A Mycenaean Chalice and a Vase Painter,” BSA 52(1957) 38-41.

V. Karageorghis, “Myth and Epic in Mycenaean Vase Painting,” AJA 62(1958) 383-387.

V. Karageorghis, “A Late Mycenaean IIIB Chariot Krater from Cyprus,” RDAC (1982) 77-82.

V. Karageorghis, “A Mycenaean Pilgrim Flask Re-examined,” 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) 395-402.

V. Karageorghis, “The Mycenaean Pottery of the Pictorial Style: Achievements and Perspectives,” Opuscula Atheniensia 25-26(2000-01) 91-93.

B. Kling, “The Bird Motif in the Mycenaean IIIC:1b Pottery of Cyprus,” TUAS 9(1984) 46-57.

G. Kopcke, “Figures in Pot-painting before, during, and after the Dark Age,” in E. N. Davis (ed.), Symposium on the Dark Ages in Greece (New York 1977).

P. Kranz, “Fragment einer „stemmed cup“ im Mycenaean Pictorial Style,” in T. Korkut (ed.), 60. Yaşında Fahri Işık Armağan Anadolu’da Doğdu: Festschrift für Fahri Işık zum 60. Geburtstag (Istanbul 2004) 471-477.

J. Lebegyev, “A Stag from Mycenae and the Greek Prehistoric Sherd Collection of the Hungarian National Museum,” Folia Archaeologica 52(2008-10) 71-99.

A. M. Mastrapas, “Ydria me ethmoto kyathio apo to YK/YE IIIC nekrotapheio Kaminou Naxou,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] II (Rome 1996) 797-803.

U. Meinhardt, “Ziegenböcke, Fische, Stier – erscheint ein junger Gott?,” in B. Päffgen, E. Pohl, and M. Schmauder (eds.), Cum grano salis. Beiträge zur europäischen Vor- und Frühgeschichte: Festschrift für Volker Bierbrauer zum 65. Geburtstag (Friedberg 2005) 53-59.

H. Mommsen and J. Maran, “Production Places of Some Mycenaean Pictorial Vessels: The Contribution of Chemical Pottery Analysis,” Opuscula Atheniensia 25-26(2000-01) 95-106.

C. E. Morris, The Mycenaean Amphoroid Krater: A Study in Form, Design and Function (Ph.D. dissertation; University College, London 1989).

C. E. Morris, “Hands Up for the Individual: The Role of Attribution Studies in Aegean Prehistory,” CAJ 3(1993) 41-66.

C. Morris, “Design Element Analysis of Mycenaean Chariot Kraters: Style, Complexity and Significance,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 97-106.

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 Trojan Mycenaean Pictorial Krater Revisited,” Studia Troica 15(2005) 121-126.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from Anatolia in the Transitional LH IIIB2 – LH IIIC Early and the LH IIIC Phases,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 107-121.

S. Müller-Celka, “Le ‘cratere au parasol’, Chypre et l’Égée. Une historie de vases,” in I. Bradfer, B. Detournay, and R. Laffineur (eds.), KRES TECHNITES: L’artisan crétois: Recueil d’articles en l’honneur de Jean-Claude Poursat, publié à l’occasion des 40 ans de la découverte du Quartier Mu [Aegaeum 26] (Liège/Austin 2005) 153-170.

C. P. Paschalidis, “New Pictorial Ceramic Finds from Brauron, Attica: Stylistic Evidence for Local Production,” SMEA 43(2001) 93-110.

N. Polychronakou-Sgouritsa, “Ostrako me eikonistike parastase apo ten Proïstorike Sylloge tou Mouseiou tou Tomea Archaiologias kai Istorias tes Technes,” AD 53A(1998) 101-112.

E. Rystedt, “New Light on a Mycenaean Pictorial Vase Painter,” MedMusB 23(1988) 21-32.

E. Rystedt, “On Distinguishing Hands in Mycenaean Pictorial Vase-painting,” OpAth 18(1990) 167-176.

E. Rystedt, “Mycenaean Pictorial Vases: Individual Painters and East Mediterranean Chronology and Trade,” in P. Äström (ed.), Acta Cypria [SIMA-PB 117] (Jonsered 1992) 306-315.

E. Rystedt, “Painter, Workshop and Relative Order of Vases Produced. Some Methodological Considerations Inspired by a Mycenaean Chariot Krater at Uppsala,” in M. Blomberg (ed.), From the Gustavianum Collections in Uppsala 3 [Boreas 22] (Uppsala 1993) 19-30.

E. Rystedt, “No Words, Only Pictures. Iconography in the Transition between the Bronze Age and the Iron Age in Greece,” OpAth 24(1999) 89-98.

E. Rystedt, “Tracing Stylistic Evolution in Mycenaean Pictorial Vase Painting,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 123-129.

E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006).

J. A. Sakellarakis, The Mycenaean Pictorial Style in the National Archaeological Museum of Athens (Athens 1992).

Ch. Schoinas, “Eikonistike parastase se ostraka kratera apo ten Agia Triada Eleias,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 257-262.

E. Slenczka, Tiryns VII: Figürlich bemalte mykenische Keramik aus Tiryns  (Mainz 1974).

A. South, “Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery in Context at Kalavasos-Ayios Dhimitrios,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 131-146.

L. Steel, “Representations of a Shrine on a Mycenaean Chariot Krater from Kalavasos – Ayios Dhimitrios, Cyprus” BSA 89(1994) 201-211.

L. Steel, “Wine Kraters and Chariots: The Mycenaean Pictorial Style Reconsidered,” 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) 803-810.

L. Steel, “Women in Mycenaean Pictorial Vase Painting,” in E. Rystedt and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits: Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 147-155.

F. H. Stubbings, “Some Mycenaean Artists,” BSA 46(1951) 168-176.

L. Vagnetti, “Preliminary Remarks on Mycenaean Pictorial Pottery from the Central Mediterranean,” Opuscula Atheniensia 25-26(2000-01) 107-115.

E. Vermeule, “The Corinth Chariot Krater and Some Relatives,” in M. del Chiaro (ed.), Corinthian Studies in Honor of Darrell A. Amyx (Columbia 1986) 81-87.

E. Vermeule and V. Karageorghis, Mycenaean Pictorial Vase Painting (Cambridge 1982).

A. G. Vlachopoulos, “Pseudostomos amphoreas tou Polypodikou Ruthmou sto Mouseio tes Pylou,” AE 134(1995) 247-256.

M. Yon, “Remarques sur les ateliers ‘mycéniens’ hors de Grèce: l’exemple du Style rude de Chypre,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 59-68.

Pottery: Handmade Burnished Pottery (also known as “Barbarian Ware” or “Dorian Ware”)

V. Adrimi-Sismani and J. Godart, “Archaia Iolchos: Mia prote prosengise,” in Mnemeia tes Magnesias (Volos 2002) 94-107.

L. Badre, “Late Bronze Age Imported Pottery from Urban Beirut,” in V. Karageorghis and N. C. Stampolidis (eds.), Cyprus-Dodecanese-Crete, 16th – 6th Century B.C. (Athens 1998) 73-86.

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.

H. Bankoff, N. Meyer, and M. Stefanovich, “Handmade Burnished Ware and the Late Bronze Age of the Balkans,” JMA 9:2(1996) 193-209.

H. A. Bankoff and F. A. Winter, “Northern Intruders in LH IIIC Greece: A View from the North,” JIES 12(1984) 1-30.

C. Belardelli and M. Bettelli, “Different Technological Levels of Pottery Production: Barbarian and Grey Ware between the Aegean and Europe 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) 481-485.

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, 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), esp. 117-137.

E. Bloedow, “Handmade Burnished Ware or ‘Barbarian’ Pottery and Troy VIIB,” PdP 222(1985) 161-199.

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.

E. Capet, “Tell Kazel (Syrie) – Rapport préliminaire sur les 9e-17e campagnes de fouilles (1993-2001) du Musée de l’Université Américaine de Beyrouth, Chantier II,” Berytus 47(2003) 63-121, esp. 87, 96, and figs. 24c-e, 31m.

H. Charaf, “La céramique Hand Made Burnished Ware (HMBW): Nouvelles découvertes à Tell Arqa,” Belletin d’Archéologie et d’Architecture Libanaises 10(2008) 167-181.

H. Charaf, “Over the Hills and Far Away: Handmade Burnished Ware and Mycenaean Cooking Pots at Tell Arqa, Lebanon,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 203-218.

H. Genz, “Northern Slaves and the Origin of Handmade Burnished Ware: A Comment on Bankoff et al., JMA 10(1997) 109-111.

M. Guzowska and A. Yasur-Landau, “Handmade Burnished Ware in the Levant,” 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) 471-479.

A. Hänsel, “Die hamdgemachte Keramik der VII. Ansiedlung in der Berliner Sammlung,” in M. Wemhoff, D. Hertel, and A. Hänsel (eds.), Heinrich Schliemanns Sammlung Trojanischer Altertümer – Neuvorlage 1 (Berlin 2008) 57-92.

R. Jung, CHRONOLOGIA COMPARATA: Vergleichende Chronologie von Südgriechenland und Süditalien von ca. 1700/1600 bis 1000 v. u. Z. (Vienna 2006), esp. 21-47.

V. Karageorghis, “‘Barbarian’ Ware in Cyprus,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium ‘Cyprus between the Orient and the Occident’ [Nicosia, 8-14 September 1985] (Nicosia 1986) 246-253.

V. Karageorghis, “Handmade Burnished Ware in Cyprus and Elsewhere in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 87-94.

K. Kilian, “Nordwestgriechische Keramik aus der Argolis und ihre Entsprechungen in der Subappenin-Facies,” in Istituto italiano di preistoria e protostoria (ed.), Atti della XX riunione scientifica in Basilicata, 16-20 ottobre 1976 (1978) 311-      .

K. Kilian, Die handgemachte geglättete Keramik mykenischer Zeitstellung [Tiryns XV] (Wiesbaden 2007).

B. Lis, “Handmade and Burnished Pottery in the Eastern Mediterranean at the End of the Bronze Age: Towards an Explanation for its Diversity and Geographical Distribution,” 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) 152-163.

D. Pilides, “Handmade Burnished Wares of the Late Bronze Age: Toward a Clearer Classification System,” in J. A. Barlow, D. L. Bolger, and B. Kling (eds.), Cypriot Ceramics: Reading the Prehistoric Record (Philadelphia 1991) 139-150.

D. Pilides, Handmade Burnished Wares of the Late Bronze Age in Cyprus [SIMA 105] (Jonsered 1994).

D. Pilides, “Handmade Burnished Ware Revisited,” RDAC (2003) 145-148.

D. Pilides and M.-C. Boileau, “Revisiting the Handmade Burnished Ware of Cyprus: New Analytical Results,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 113-128.

F. Pintér, Provenance Study of the Early Iron Age Knobbed Ware in Troia, NW Turkey and the Balkans. Petrographic and Geochemical Evidence (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tübingen 2005).

L. Rahmstorf, “Handmade Pots and Crumbling Loomweights: ‘Barbarian’ Elements in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Last Quarter of the 2nd Millennium BC,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 315-330.

K. Reber, Untersuchungen zur handgemachten Keramik Griechenlands in der submykenischen, protogeometrischen und geometrischen Zeit (Jonsered 1991).

J. Rutter, “Ceramic Evidence for Northern Intruders in Southern Greece at the Beginning of the Late Helladic IIIC Period,” AJA 79(1975) 17-32.

J. B. Rutter, “Some Comments on Interpreting the Dark-surfaced Handmade Burnished Pottery of the 13th and 12th Century B.C. Aegean,” JMA 3(1990) 29-49.

D. Small, “Handmade Burnished Ware and Prehistoric Aegean Economics: An Argument for Indigenous Appearance,” JMA 3(1990) 3-25.

D. Small, “Can We Move Forward? Comments on the Current Debate over Handmade Burnished Ware,” JMA 10(1997) 223-228.

S. Strack, Regional Dynamics and Social Change in the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age: A Study of Handmade Pottery from Southern and Central Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Edinburgh 2007).

Pottery: Wheelmade Gray Ware (also known as “Minyan Ware”)

V. Adrimi-Sismani, “Archaia Iolchos: Mia prote prosengise,” in Mnemeia tes Magnesias (Volos 2002) 94-107.

V. Adrimi-Sismani, “E griza psevdominyeia kai e stilbomene cheiropoiete kerameike apo ton mykenaïko oikismo Dimeniou,” Archaiologiko Ergo Thessalias kai Stereas Helladas I: Praktika epistemonikes synanteses, Volos 27.2 – 2.3.2003 (Volos  2006) 85-110.

S. H. Allen, Northwest Anatolian Grey Wares in the Late Bronze Age: Analysis and Distribution in the Eastern Mediterranean (Ph.D. dissertation, Brown University 1990).

S. H. Allen, “Trojan Grey Ware at Tell Miqne-Ekron,” BASOR 293(1994) 39-51.

N. P. Bayne, The Grey Wares of North-West Anatolia in the Middle and Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age and their Relation to the Early Greek Settlements (Ph. D. dissertation, Oxford University 1963).

C. Belardelli, “La ceramica grigia,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Nuove ricerche sulla protostoria della Sibaritide (Rome 1984) 124-   .

C. Belardelli, “La ceramica grigia,” in R. Peroni and F. Trucco (eds.), Enotri e Micenei nella Sibaritide I: Broglio di Trebbisacce (Taranto 1994) 265- 346.

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 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.

M. Bettelli, Italia meridionale e mondo miceneo: ricerche su dinamiche di acculturazione e aspetti archeologici (con particolare riguardo al versante ionico della penisola italiana) (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rome La Sapienza 1995).

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, 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), esp. 72-106, 113-115, 117-137.

H.-G. Buchholz, “Grey Trojan Ware in Cyprus and Northern Syria,” in R. A. Crossland and A. Birchall (eds.), Bronze Age Migrations in the Aegean (Sheffield 1973) 179-    .

L. Girella, “Patterns of Exchange and Mobility. The Case of the Grey Ware in Middle and Late Minoan Crete,” SMEA 51(2009) 279-314.

R. Guglielmino, “Minyan, Minyanizing, and Pseudominyan Wares from Southern and Insular Italy,” 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) 177-192.

E. and B. P. Hallager, The Greek-Swedish Excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square, Kastelli, Khania, 1970-1987 II: The Late Minoan IIIC Settlement (Stockholm 2000)  171, 225 [Index].

R. Jung, Kastanas. Ausgrabungen in einem Siedlungshügel; der Bronze- und Eisenzeit Makedoniens 1975-1979: Die Drehscheibenkeeramik der Schichten 19 bis 11 [Prähistorische Archäologie in Südosteuropa 18:1-2] (Kiel 2002) 198-214.

R. Jung, CHRONOLOGIA COMPARATA: Vergleichende Chronologie von Südgriechenland und Süditalien von ca. 1700/1600 bis 1000 v. u. Z. (Vienna 2006), esp. 47-51.

K. Kilian, “Mycenaeans Up to Date. Trends and Changes in in Recent Research,” in E. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 115-152, esp. 145-148.

K. Kalogeropoulos, Die frühmykenischen Grabfunde von Analipsis (Südostliches Arkadien) mit einem Beitrag zu den Palatialen Amphoren des griechischen Festlandes [Archaiologike Etaireia Athenon 175] (Athens 1998) 42-60.

P. Pavuk, “Grey Wares as a Phenomenon,” Aegeo-Balkan Prehistory [12 June 2007] http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net/article.php?id_art=5

A. Schachner, “Untersuchungen zur chronologischen Stellung der grau-minyischen Keramik in Westanatolien unter Berücksichtigung der Schliemann-Sammlung im Berliner Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte,” Acta Praehistorica et Archaeologica 26-27(1994-95) 90-115.

A. Schachner, “Trojanische Keramik der SBZ im östlichen Mittlemeer,” Türk Arkeoloji Dergisi 31(1997) 217-226 [German], 227-236 [Turkish].

M. Tsipopoulou and L. Vagnetti, “A Late Minoan III Grey Wheel-made Piriform Jar from Eastern Crete,” SMEA 34(1994) 43-50.

 

Pottery: Tin-covered Pottery

C. Gillis, “All That Glitter Is Not Gold, Medelhavsmuseet Bulletin 26-27(1991-92) 24-32.

C. Gillis, “Tin-covered Vessels in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Hydra 8(1991) 1-30.

C. Gillis, “How I Discovered Gold and Solved the Alchemists’ Dream, or Tin-covered Vessels: Part II,” Hydra 10(1992) 13-16.

C. Gillis, “Binding Evidence. Tin Foil and Organic Binder on Aegean Late Bronze Age Pottery,” OpAth 20(1994) 57-61.

C. Gillis, “Tin at Asine,” in R. Hägg, G. C. Nordquist, and B. Wells (eds.), Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930 (Stockholm 1996) 93-100.

C. Gillis, “Tin-Covered Late Bronze Age Vessels: Analyses and Social Implications,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocketbook 143] (Jonsered 1997) 131-138.

C. Gillis and C. Bohm, “Tin-covered Vessels in the Aegean Bronze Age: Methods of Application,” in F. Burragato, O. Grubessi, and L. Lazzarini (eds.), Archaeometric Research and Archaeological Studies in Ancient Pottery: 1st European Workshop on Archaeological Ceramics  (Rome 1994) 217-227.

C. Gillis and B. Holmberg, “Tin-coated Ceramic Vessels in the Aegean Late Bronze Age: Results and Implications from ToF SIMS and ESCA Surface Analyses,” in M. Vendrell-Saz, T. Pradell, J. Molera, and M. Garcia (eds.), Estudis sobre Ceràmica Antiga (Barcelona 1995) 35-40.

C. Gillis, B. Holmberg, and A. Widelöv, “Aegean Bronze Age Tinned Vessels: Analyses and Social Implications,” in P. Vincenzini (ed.), The Ceramics Cultural Heritage (Faenza 1995) 251-260.

S. A. Immerwahr, “The Use of Tin on Mycenaean Vases,” Hesperia 35(1966) 381-396.

M. Pantelidou, “Epikassiteromena angeia ex Athenon,” AAA 4(1971) 433-438.

Pottery: Physico-Chemical Provenience and Residue Analysis Studies  [see also under "Mycenaean Trade: Ceramics"]

M. Akurgal, M. Kerschner, H. Mommsen, and W.-D. Niemeier, Töpferzentren der Ostägäis. Archäometrische und archäologische Untersuchungen zur mykenischen, geometrischen und archaischen Keramik aus Fundorten in Westkleinasien (Vienna 2002).

F. Asaro and I. Perlman, “Provenience Studies of Mycenaean Pottery Employing Neutron Activation Analysis,” in The Mycenaeans in the Mediterranean (Nicosia 1972) 213-224.

F. Asaro, I. Perlman, and M. Dothan, “An Introductory Study of Mycenaean IIIC Ware from Tell Ashdod,” Archaeometry 13(1971) 169-175.

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.

H. W. Catling and A. Millett, “A Study of the Inscribed Stirrup Jars from Thebes,” Archaeometry 8(1965) 3-85.

H. W. Catling and R. E. Jones, “A Reinvestigation of the Provenance of the Inscribed Stirrup Jars Found at Thebes,” Archaeometry 19(1977) 137-146.

H. W. Catling, J. F. Cherry, R. E. Jones, and J. T. Killen, “The Linear B Inscribed Stirrup Jars and West Crete,” BSA 75(1980) 49-113.

P. M. Day, “Appendix C: Petrographic Analysis of Transport Stirrup Jars from the House of the Oil Merchant, Mycenae,” in I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 309-316.

B. Feuer and G. Schneider, “Chemical Analysis and Interpretation of Mycenaean Pottery from Thessaly,” JMA 16(2003) 217-247.

E. B. French, “The Contribution of Chemical Analysis to Provenance Studies,” in J. Balensi, J.-Y. Monchambert, and S. Müller Celka (eds.), La céramique mycénienne de l’Égée au Levant (Lyon 2004) 15-25.

J. Gunneweg, T. Dothan, I. Perlman, and S. Gitin, “On the Origin of Pottery from Tel Miqne-Ekron,” BASOR 262(1986) 3-16.

J. Gunneweg, F. Asaro, H. V. Michel, and I. Perlman, “On the Origin of a Mycenaean IIIA Chariot Krater and Other Related Mycenaean Pottery from Tomb 387 at Laish/Dan,” Eretz-Israel 23(1992) 54-63.

A. Hein, H. Mommsen, and J. Maran, “Element Concentration Distributions and Most Discriminating Elements for Provenancing by Neutron Activation Analyses of Ceramics from Bronze Age Sites in Greece,” JAS 26(1999) 1053-1058.

A. Hein, A. Tsolakidou, and H. Mommsen, “Mycenaean Pottery from the Argolid and Achaia. A Mineralogical Approach Where Chemistry Leaves Questions,” Archaeometry 44(2002) 177-186.

S. M. A. Hoffmann, V. J. Robinson, G. W. A. Newton, and E. B. French, “Reconsideration of the Mycenaean Pottery from Tell Abu Hawam,” [in press]

S. M. A. Hoffmann, V. J. Robinson, and E. B. French, “Reports on the Perlman/Asaro Sherds from Nichoria,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 779-782.

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

R. E. Jones, “Chemical Analysis of ‘Barbarian” Ware,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium ‘Cyprus between the Orient and the Occident’ [Nicosia, 8-14 September 1985] (Nicosia 1986) 259-264.

R. E. Jones, “Chemical Analysis of Some Mycenaean Vases from Kokla,” 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) 76-   .

R. E. Jones, “Appendix A: Chemical Analysis of Coarse Ware Stirrup Jars from the House of the Oil Merchant, Mycenae,” in I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 301-303.

R. E. Jones and C. Mee, “Spectrographic Analyses of Mycenaean Pottery from Ialysos on Rhodes: Results and Implications,” JFA 5(1978) 461-470.

R. E. Jones and J. B. Rutter, “Resident Minoan Potters on the Greek Mainland? Pottery Composition Analyses from Ayios Stephanos,” Archaeometry 19(1977) 137-146.

V. Karageorghis, F. Asaro, and I. Perlman, “Concerning Two Mycenaean Pictorial Sherds from Kouklia,” AA (1972) 188-197.

E. Karantzali and M. J. Ponting, “ICP-AES Analysis of Some Mycenaean Vases from the Cemetery at Pylona, Rhodes,” BSA 95(2000) 219-238.

T. Marketou, E. Karantzali, H. Mommsen, N. Zacharias, V. Kilikoglou, and A. Schwedt, “Pottery Wares from the Prehistoric Settlement at Ialysos,” BSA 101(2006) 1-55.

H. Martlew, “Minoan and Mycenaean Technology as Revealed Through Organic Residue Analysis,” in J. Bourriau and J. Phillips (eds.), Invention and Innovation: The Social Context of Change 2: Egypt, the Aegean and the Near East 1650-1150 B.C. (Oxford 2004) 121-148.

H. Mommsen, “Attic Pottery Production, Imports, and Exports during the Mycenaean Period by Neutron Activation Analysis,” Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 3(2003) 13–30.

H. Mommsen, “Neutron Activation Analysis of Five Sherds from Tell Arqa,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 95-96.

H. Mommsen, E. Andrikou, V. Aravantinos, and J. Maran, “Neutron Activation Analysis Results of Bronze Age Pottery from Boeotia Including Ten Linear B Inscribed Stirrup Jars,” Archaeometry ’98 II: Proceedings of the 31st Symposium, Budapest 1998 [BAR International Series 1043] (Oxford 2002) 607-612.

H. Mommsen, T. Beier, U. Diehl, and C. Podzuweit, “Provenance Determination of Mycenaean Sherds Found in Tell el Amarna by Neutron Activation Analysis,” JAS 19(1992) 295-302.

H. Mommsen, T. Beier, D. Heimermann, A. Hein, D. Ittameier, and C. Podzuweit, “Neutron Activation Analysis of Selected Sherds from Prophitis Ilias (Argolid, Greece): A Closed Late Helladic II Settlement Context,” JAS 21(1994) 163-171.

H. Mommsen, U. Diehl, D. Lambrecht, F. J. Pantenburg, and J. Weber, “Eine mykenische Scherbe in Spanien: Bestätigung ihrer Herkunft mit der Neutronenaktivierungsanalyse (NAA),” PZ 65(1990) 59-61.

H. Mommsen, W. Gauss, S. Hiller, D. Ittameier, and J. Maran, “Charakterisierung bronzezeitlicher Keramik von Ägina durch Neutronaktivierungsanalyse,” in E. Pohl, U. Recker, and C. Theune (eds.), Archäologisches Zellwerk: Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte in Europa und Asien: Festschrift für Helmut Roth zum 60. Geburtstag (Rahden 2001) 79-96.

H. Mommsen, A. Hein, D. Ittameier, J. Maran and Ph. Dakoronia, “New production centres of ceramics from Bronze age settlements in Central Greece obtained by neutron activation analysis,” in Y. Bassiakos, E. Aloupi, Y. Facorellis (eds.), Archaeometry Issues in Greek Prehistory and Antiquity (Athens 2001) 343-354.

H. Mommsen, D. Hertel, and P. A. Mountjoy, “Neutron Activation Analysis of the Pottery from Troy in the Berlin Schliemann Collection,” AA (2001) 169-211.

H. Mommsen, A. Kreuser, J. Weber, and C. Podzuweit, “Classification of Mycenaean Pottery from Kastanas by NAA Archaeometry,” Proceedings of the Archaeometry Symposium in Athens (Athens 1986) 515-523.

H. Mommsen, E. Lewandowski, J. Weber, and C. Podzuweit, “Neutron Activation Analysis of Mycenaean Pottery from the Argolid: The Search for Reference Groups,” in R. M. Farquhar, R. G. V. Hancock, and L. Pavlish (eds.), Proceedings of the 26th International Archaeometry Symposium (Toronto 1988) 165-171.

H. Mommsen and J. Maran, “Production Places of Some Mycenaean Pictorial Vessels: The Contribution of Chemical Pottery Analysis,” Opuscula Atheniensia 25-26(2000-01) 95-106.

H. Mommsen, P. Mountjoy, and A. Özyar, “Provenance Determination of Mycenaean IIIC Vessels from the 1934-1939 Excavations at Tarsus-Gözlükule by Neutron Activation Analysis,” Archaeometry 53(2011) 900-915.

H. Mommsen, A. Schwedt, and E. D. Oren, “The Origin of Aegean-like Pottery from the Western Negev and Northern Sinai by Neutron Activation Analysis,” in M. I. Prudencio, M. I. Dias, and J. C. Waerenborgh (eds.), Proceedings of the 7th European Meeting on Ancient Ceramics (EMAC03), Lisbon, 27-31 October 2003 (Lisbon 2005) 151-156.

H. Mommsen and B. L. Sjöberg, “The Importance of the ‘Best Relative Fit Factor’ When Evaluating Elemental Concentration Data of Pottery Demonstrated with Mycenaean Sherds from Sinda, Cyprus,” Archaeometry 49(2007) 359-371.

H. Mommsen et al., “Ceramic Production and Distribution in Bronze Age Settlements in Greece: Status Report on Neutron Activation Results,” in P. Vincenzini (ed.), The Ceramics Cultural Heritage (Faenze 1995) 513-519.

P. A. Mountjoy, “An Update on the Provenance by Neutron Activation Analysis of Near Eastern Mycenaean IIIC Pottery Groups with Particular Reference to Cyprus,” 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) 179-186.

P. A. Mountjoy and H. Mommsen, “Mycenaean Pottery from Qantir-Piramesse, Egypt,” BSA 96(2001) 123-155.

P. A. Mountjoy and H. Mommsen, “Neutron Activation Analysis of Mycenaean Pottery from Troia (1988-2003 Excavations),” Studia Troica  16(2006) 97-123.

P. A. Mountjoy and M. J. Ponting, “The Minoan Thalassocracy Reconsidered: Provenance Studies of LH IIA/LM IB Pottery from Phylakopi, Ay. Irini and Athens,” BSA 95(2000) 141-184.

O. Pilz, H. Mommsen, and A. Schwedt, “Mykenische Keramik in der Sammlung Antiker Kleinkunst der Universität Jena: Arhäologische Einordnung und Herkunftsbestimmung mit Hilfe der Neutronaktivierungsanalyse,” AA (2003) 129-139.

J. A. Riley, “Petrological Examination of Coarse-ware Stirrup-jars from Mycenae,” BSA 76(1981) 335-340.

J. E. Tomlinson, “Appendix B: Multivariate Analysis of Neutron Activation Data on Heavy Ware Stirrup Jars from Mycenae,” in I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 305-308.

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.

J. E. Tomlinson, “Statistical Evaluation of the Asaro-Perlman Neutron Activation Data on Mycenaean Pottery from the Peloponnese,” BSA 92(1997) 139-164.

J. E. Tomlinson, “Chemical Analysis of Some Mycenaean Pottery from Perati, Attica,” AE 134(1995) 227-230.

Y. Tzedakis and H. Martlew (eds.), Minoans and Mycenaeans: Flavours of their Time (Athens 1999).

Y. Tzedakis, H. Martlew, and M. K. Jones (eds.), Archaeology Meets Science: Biomolecular Investigations in Bronze Age Greece: The Primary Scientific Evidence, 1997-2003 (Oxford 2008).

S. Vaughan, “Observations from an Aegean Perspective on the Relationship between Archaeology and Science as Reflected in the Study of Ancient Pottery,” in C. Morris (ed.), Klados: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995) 261-270.

I. Whitbread, “Petrographic Analysis of Barbarian Ware from the Menelaion, Sparta,” in J. M. Sanders (ed.), PHILOLAKON: Lakonian Studies in Honour of Hector Catling (London 1992) 297-306.

J. Yellin, “Instrumental Neutron Activation Based Provenance Studies at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, with a Case Study on Mycenaean Pottery from Cyprus,” Archaeometry 49(2007) 271-288.

J. Yellin and A. Maeir, “The Origin of the Pictorial Krater from the ‘Mycenaean’ Tomb at Tel Dan,” Archaeometry 34(1992) 31-36.

 

Larnakes

K. Demakopoulou, “Peline zographiste larnaka apo ta Vraserka Argolidas,” EILAPINE (Heraklion 1987) 69-78.

K. Demakopoulou and D. Konsola, Archaeological Museum of Thebes (Athens 1981) 82-87.

P. Demargne, “Un sarcophagi mycénien de Tanagra,” Revue du Louvre 38:1(1988) 13-16.

E. French, “A Chariot Larnax from Mycenae,” BSA 56(1961) 88-89.

S. Immerwahr, “Death and the Tanagra Larnakes,” in J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer: A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995) 109-122.

R. Lorandou-Papantoniou, “Tmema mykenaïkes larnakos ek tes Sylloges K. Politou,” AAA 6(1973) 169-176.

R. Lullies, “Nr. 2. Sarkophag Mykenischer Zeit,” in E. Berger and R. Lullies (eds.), Antike Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung Ludwig I: Frühe Tonsarkophage und Vasen, Katalog und Einzeldarstellungen (Basel 1979) 16-19.

N. Marinatos, “Minoan and Mycenaean Larnakes: A Comparison,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Paris 1997) 281-292.

L. Phialon and S. Farrugio, “Réflexions sur l’usage des larnakès et cercueils en Grèce mycénienne,” RA 2005:2 227-254.

T. G. Spyropoulos, “Anaskaphe eis to mykenaïkon nekrotapheion tes Tanagras,” AAA 3(1970) 184-197.

E. T. Vermeule, “Painted Mycenaean Larnakes,” JHS 85(1965) 123-148.

E. T. Vermeule, “A Painted Mycenaean Coffin,” in E. Berger and R. Lullies (eds.), Antike Kunstwerke aus der Sammlung Ludwig I: Frühe Tonsarkophage und Vasen, Katalog und Einzeldarstellungen (Basel 1979) 201-205.

E. T. Vermeule, Aspects of Death in Early Greek Art and Poetry (Berkeley 1979), esp. 42-82.

 

Figurines and Architectural Models

E. Alram-Stern, “Die mykenischen Idole von Aigeira,” in E. Pochmarski, G. Schwarz, and M. Hainzmann (eds.), Berichte des 2. Österreichischen Archäologentages im Schloss Seggau bei Leibnitz vom 14.-16. Juni 1984 (Graz 1987) 4-7.

E. Alram-Stern, “The Mycenaean Figurines of Elateia,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 215-222.

E. Alram-Stern, “Keramische Kleinfunde: Mykensiche Terrakottafigurinen,” in E. Alram-Stern and S. Deger-Jalkotzy (eds.), Die österreichischen Ausgrabungen von Aigeira in Achaia. Aigeira I, 3: Die mykenische Akropolis (Vienna 2006) 112-119.

P. Amandry, “Sièges mycéniens tripodes et trépied pythique,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan  (Athens 1986-1990) 167-184.

M. Benzi, “Mycenaean Figurines from Iasos,” PdP 54(1999) 269-282.

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.

C. W. Blegen, “A Mycenaean Breadmaker,” ASAtene, n.s. 8-10(1946-1948) 13-16.

H. W. Catling, “A Mycenaean Stag from Sparta,” in STELE. Tomos eis mnemen N. Kontoleontos (Athens 1977) 440-447.

H. W. Catling, “A Late Bronze Age House or Sanctuary Model from the Menelaion, Sparta,” BSA 84(1989) 171-175.

A. L. D’Agata, “The Lord of Asine Reconsidered: Technique, Type and Chronology,” in R. Hägg, G. Nordquist, and B. Wells (eds.), Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930 (Stockholm 1996) 39-46.

U. Damm, Die spätbronzezeitlichen Miniaturgefässe und Hohlgeformten Stiere von Tiryns: Eine Analyse der Form und Funktion (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Bonn 1997).

U. Damm-Meinhardt, “Ziegenböcke, Fische, Stier – eerscheint ein junger Gott? Zu einer figürlich bemalten Stierfigur aus Tiryns (Griechenland),” in B. Päffgen, E. Pohl, ande M. Schmauder (eds.), Cum grano salis: Beiträge zur europäischen Vor- und Frühgeschichte. Festschrift für Volker Bierbrauer zum 65. Geburtstag (Friedberg 2005) 53-59.

D. Danielidou, “Ta eidolia apo te boreioanatolike epiktase tes Akropoles ton Mykenon,” in D. Danielidou (ed.), DORON: Timetikos Tomos gia ton Kathegete Spyro Iakovide (Athens 2009) 231-241.

K. Demakopoulou, “Mykenaïke peline kephale,” AD 25A(1970) 174-183.

E. B. French, The Development of Mycenaean Terracotta Figurines, with Special Reference to Unpublished Material from Mycenae (PhD dissertation, University of London 1961).

E. B. French, “The Development of Mycenaean Terracotta Figurines,” BSA 66(1971) 101-187.

E. B. French, “Mycenaean Figures and Figurines, their Typology and Function,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 173-178.

E. B. French, “The Figures and Figurines,” in C. Renfrew (ed.), The Archaeology of Cult: The Sanctuary at Phylakopi [BSA Supplement 18] (London 1985) 209-235.

E. B. French, “’Horses for Courses’: Differentiation in the Usage of Figures and Figurines,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 311-316.

E. French, “The Figurines,” in D. Evely (ed.), Lefkandi IV: The Bronze Age. The Late Helladic IIIC Settlement at Xeropolis [BSA Supplementary Volume 39] (London 2006) 257-263.

E. French, :Mycenaean Figurines: 50 Years On,” in C. Gallou, M. Georgiadis, and G. M. Muskett (eds.), DIOSKOUROI: Studies Presented to W. G. Cavanagh and C. B. Mee on the Anniversary of Their 30-Year Joint Contribution to Aegean Archaeology [BAR-IS 1889] (Oxford 2008) 59-63.

E. B. French and R. Janko, “The Late Helladic Small Finds,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 445-470.

M. Guggisberg, Frühgriechische Tierkeramik. Zur Entwicklung und Bedeutung der Tiergefässe und der hohlen Tierfiguren in der späten Bronze- und frühen Eisenzeit (ca. 1600-700 vor Chr.) (Mainz 1996).

S. Günel, “Eine mykenische Figurine aus Limantepe,” IstMitt 48(1998) 445-449.

W. Güntner, “Ein neuer mykenischer Reiter,” Nikephoros 8(1995) 7-17.

M. S. F. Hood, “A Mycenaean Cavalryman,” BSA 48(1953) 84-93.

B. Jahn, Bronzezeitliches Sitzmobiliar der griechischen Inseln und des griechischen Festlandes [Europäische Hochschulschriften, Reihe XXXVIII: Archäologie, Bd. 31] (Frankfurt am Main 1990).

F. F. Jones, “Three Mycenaean Figurines,” in S. S. Weinberg (ed.), The Aegean and the Near East. Studies Presented to Hetty Goldman (New York 1956) 122-125.

K. Kalogeropoulos, “Miniature Clay Anthropomorphic Representations in Greece and Europe through the Late Mycenaean Period: Similarities and Differences,” 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) 257-266.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Zum Halsschmuck mykenischer Idole,” Jahresbericht des Instituts für Vorgeschichte der Universität Frankfurt-am-Main (1978-79) 29-43.

E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou, “Ta mykenaïka eidolia apo ton Agio Konstantino Methanon,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 375-406.

C. Laviosa, “Il Lord di Asine una ‘sfinge’?,” in Atti e Memorie del Primo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia (Rome 1967) 87-90.

G. E. Mylonas, “Seated and Multiple Mycenaean Figurines,” in The Aegean and the Near East  (Festschrift Hetty Goldman) (Locust Valley 1956) 110-121.

K. Nicolaou, “Mycenaean Terracotta Figurines in the Cyprus Museum,” Opuscula Atheniensia 5(1965) 47-57.

P. Pakkanen, “Figurines as Agents in Mycenaean Religious Ritual. An Approach from the Perspective of Religious Studies,” in A. L. Schallin and P. Pakkanen (eds.), Encounters with Mycenaean Figures and Figurines (Stockholm 2009) 149-159.

K. M. Pasternak, Mycenaean Terracotta Figures and Figurines beyond the Mainland: An Index of Mycenaeanization? (M.A. thesis, Tufts University 2007).

A. Peppa-Papaioannou, Pelina Eidolia apo to Iero tou Apollona Maleata Epidaurias (PhD dissertation, University of Athens 1985).

K. Pilafidis-Williams, “A Mycenaean Terracotta Figure from Mount Oros on Aigina,” in C. Morris (ed.),

Klados: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995) 229-234.

K. Pilafidis-Williams, The Sanctuary of Aphia on Aigina in the Bronze Age (Munich 1998) 5-82.

A. Pilali-Papasteriou, “Idéologie et commerce: le cas de figurines mycéniennes, ” BCH 122(1998) 239-260.

N. Platon, “Mykenaïkoi thronoi,” Kretika Chronika 5(1951) 385-412.

N. Polychronakou-Sgouritsa, “Trimorpha mykenaïka eidolia,” AAA 19(1986) 153-158.

N. Polychronakou-Sgouritsa, “Dyo nea trimorpha mykenaïka eidolia,” AAA 32-34(1999-2001) 141-148.

N. Polychronakou-Sgouritsa, “Mykenaïka pelina omoiomata epiplon,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 301-309.

T. H. Price, Kourotrophoi: Cults and Representations of the Greek Nursing Deities (Leiden 1978).

P. Rehak, “The ‘Sphinx’ Head from the Cult Centre at Mycenae,” 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) 271-275.

F. Ruppenstein, “Zu Bedeutung und Funktion der mykenischen und minoischen Terrakottafiguren mit

erhobenen Armen,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 253-270.

J. B. Rutter, “Children in Aegean Prehistory,” in J. Neils and J. Oakley (eds.), Coming of Age in Ancient Greece: Images of Childhood from the Classical Past (New Haven, 2003) 30-57.

E. Sapouna-Sakellaraki, “Mykenaïke plastike ste Lakonia,” in O. Palagia and W. Coulson (eds.), Sculpture from Arcadia and Laconia (Oxford 1993).

K. S. Shelton, “Who Wears the Horns? Gender Choices in Mycenaean Terracotta Figurines,” in K. Kopaka (ed.), FYLO. Engendering Prehistoric ‘Stratigraphies’ in the Aegean and the Mediterranean [Aegaeum 30] (Liège/Austin 2009) 125-130.

K. S. Shelton, “The Figurines from Petsas House,” in A. L.Schallin and P. Pakkanen (eds.), Encounters with Mycenaean Figures and Figurines (Stockholm 2009) 55-60.

A. Tamvaki, “Some Unusual Mycenaean Terracottas from the Citadel House Area,” BSA 68(1973) 207-265.

A. Tamvaki, “On the Interpretation of Cycladic and Mycenaean Figurines,” in E. Anati (ed.), Valcamonica Symposium 1972 (Brescia 1975) 227-241.

Ch. Tsountas, “Kephale ek Mykenon,” ArchEph 1(1902) 1-10.

I. N. Tzonou-Herbst, A Contextual Analysis of Mycenaean Terracotta Figurines (Ph.D. thesis, University of Cincinnati 2002).

http://rave.ohiolink.edu/etdc/view?acc_num=ucin1015883060/

I. Tzonou-Herbst, “E polysemia ton mykenaïkon eidolion,” 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) 645-664.

M. Vetters, Die spätbronzezeitlichen Terrakotta-Figurinen aus Tiryns: Überlegungen zu religiös Ritualverhalten im mykenischer Zeit anhand von Kontextanalysen ausgewählter Siedlungsbefunde (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2009).

M. Vetters, “Seats of Power? Making the Most of Miniatures – The Role of Terracotta Throne Models in Disseminating Mycenaean Religious Ideology,” 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) 319-330.

M. Vetters, “’Thou Shalt Make Many Images of Thy Gods’: A Chaîne Opératoire Approach to Mycenaean Religious Rituals Based on Iconographic and Contextual Analyses of Plaster and Terracotta Figures,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 30-47.

M. Vetters, “Eingrenzen, abgrenzen, ausgrenzen – Interpretationsansätze mykenischer Terrakotta-Figurinen,” in T. Doppler, B. Ramminger, and D. Schimmelpfennig (eds.), Grenzen und Grenzräume? Beispiele aus Neolithikum und Bronzezeit [Fokus Jungsteinzeit. Berichte der AG Neolithikum 2] (Kerpen-Loogh 2011) 277-296.

M. Vlassopoulou-Karyde, Pelina mykenaïka omoiomata kathismaton kai kathista eidolia [Demosievmata tou Archaiologikou Deltiou 100] (Athens 2008).

E. Wacha, “Mobiliar in der ägäischen Bronzezeit. Eine Funktionsanalyse der sogenannten Thronmodelle,” F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 311-318.

I. Weber-Hiden, “Zur Datierung mykenischer Idole,” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 15(1985) 307-312.

I. Weber-Hiden, Die mykenischen Frauenfiguren der SH IIIA- und B Epoche. Ihre stilistische und chronologische Entwicklung (PhD dissertation, University of Graz 1988).

I. Weber-Hiden, “Die mykenischen Terrakottafiguren aus den Syringes von Tiryns,” Tiryns XI (Mainz 1990) 35-85.

I. Weber-Hiden, “Mykenische Thronmodelle und ihre Parallelen in der Bildkunst und im Orient,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 147-156.

I. Weber-Hiden, “Mykenische Figurinen: eine Analyse ihrer Verteilungsmuster,” F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 319-324.

H. Whittaker, “The Cultic Function of Mycenaean Anthropomorphic Terracotta Figurines,” in A. L.Schallin and P. Pakkanen (eds.), Encounters with Mycenaean Figures and Figurines (Stockholm 2009) 99-112.

E. Weiberg, Female Mycenaean Figurines from Mastos, Berbati (MA thesis, University of Stockholm 2001).

Metalwork in Forms Other than Weaponry

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

M. Boss and R. Laffineur, “Mycenaean Metal Inlay: A Technique in Context,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 191-197.

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

E. Davis, “The Vapheio Cups: One Minoan and One Mycenaean?,” Art Bulletin 56(1974) 472-487.

E. N. Davis, “Metal Inlaying in Minoan and Mycenaean Art,” TUAS 1(1976) 3-6.

E. N. Davis, The Vapheio Cups and Aegean Gold and Silver Ware (New York 1977).

K. Demakopoulou, E. Mangou, R. E. Jones, and E. Photos-Jones, “Mycenaean Black Inlaid Metalware in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens: A Technical Examination,” BSA 90(1995) 137-154.

A. Demetriou, “Mykenaïkoi metallikoi amphoroeideis krateres sten Kypro sten ystere Epoche tou Chalkou,” 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) 197-208.

E. Demou, B. Perdikatses, G. Oikonomou, and E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou, “Oryktologike melete metallikon kai allon ylikon tes Ysteres Epoches tou Chalkou apo ten anaskaphe tou Ag. Konstantinou Methanon,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 229-248.

H. Gallet de Santerre, “Les statuettes de bronze mycéniennes au type du ‘dieu Reshef’ dans leur contexte mycénien,” BCH 111(1987) 7-29.

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.

C. Gillis, “Tin at Asine,” in R. Hägg, G. C. Nordquist, and B. Wells (eds.), Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930 (Stockholm 1996) 93-100.

C. Gillis, “The Significance of Color for Metals in the Aegean Bronze Age,” 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) 289-298.

A. R. Giumlia-Mais and P. T. Craddock, “Corinthium aes. Das schwarze Gold der Alchimisten,” Antike Welt 24(1993).

J. Hurwit, “The Dendra Octopus Cup and the Problem of Style in the Fifteenth Century Aegean,” AJA 83(1979) 413-426.

M. Kayafa, Bronze Age Metallurgy in the Peloponnese, Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Birmingham 1999).

M.Kayafa, “From Late Bronze Age to Early Iron Age Copper Metallurgy in Mainland Greece and Offshore Aegean Islands,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 213-231.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, Nadeln der frühhelladischen bis archaischen Zeit von der Peloponnes [Prähistorische Bronzefunde XIII,8] (Munich 1984).

K. Kilian, “Violinbogenfibeln und Blattbügelfibeln des griechischen Festlandes aus mykenischer Zeit,” PZ 60(1985) 145-203.

R. B. Koehl, “The Silver Stag ‘BIBRU’ from Mycenae,” in J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer: A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995)  61-66.

R. B. Koehl, Aegean Bronze Age Rhyta (Philadelphia 2006).

R. Laffineur, “L’incrustation à l’époque mycénienne,” L’Antiquité Classique 43(1974) 5-37.

R. Laffineur, Les vases en métal précieux à l’époque mycénienne (Göteborg 1977).

C. R. Long, “The Lasithi Dagger,” AJA 82(1978) 35-46.

H. Mangou and P. V. Ioannou, “On the Chemical Composition of Prehistoric Greek Copper-based Artefacts from the Mainland Greece,” BSA 94(1999) 81-101.

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

H. Mangou and P. V. Ioannou, “Trends in the Making of Copper-based Artefacts during the Prehistoric Period (4000-1050 B.C.),” Opuscula Atheniensia 27(2002) 105-118.

S. Marinatos, “The ‘Swimmers’ Dagger from the Tholos Tomb at Vapheio,” in Essays in Aegean Archaeology Presented to Sir Arthur Evans (1927) 63-71.

H. Matthäus, Die Bronzegefässe der kretischen-mykenischen Kultur  [Prähistorische Bronzefunde II,1] (Munich 1980).

H. Matthäus, “Die Amphora von Skopelos. Zur kretisch-mykenischen Metallindustrie des 15. und 14.Jahrhunderts v. Chr.,” AM 97(1982) 7-24.

S. T. I. Mossman, Mycenaean Lead: Archaeology and Technology (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Birmingham 1993).

S. T. I. Mossman, “Mycenaean Lead: A Fresh Look at an Old Material,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Acquisition and Distribution of Raw Materials and Finished Products [SIMA Pocketbook 154] (Jonsered 2001) 85-119.

T. J. Papadopoulos, “A Mycenaean Dagger from Messenia (?) in Japan,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan (Athens 1986) 127-135.

T. G. Palaima, “The Inscribed Bronze ‘Kessel’ from Shaft Grave IV and Cretan Heirlooms of the Bronze Artist Named ‘Aigeus’ vel sim. in the Mycenaean Palatial Period,” Cretan Studies 9(2003) 187-201.

C. Paschalidis, “Enas agnostos myeknaïkos “thesauros” apo tous Andronianous Euboias sto Ethniko Archaiologiko Mouseio. Nea stoicheia yia te metallotechnia tes mykenaïkes Euboias,” To Mouseion 5(2005) 29-44.

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.

E. Photos, R. E. Jones, and T. Papadopoulos, “The Black Inlay Decoration on a Mycenaean Bronze Age Dagger,” Archaeometry 36(1994) 267-275.

T. Spyropoulos, Ysteromykenaïkoi Elladikoi Thesauroi (Athens 1972).

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.

H. Thomas, “The Acropolis Treasure at Mycenae,” BSA 39(1939) 65-87.

N. R. Thomas, “Niello or Not? Laboratory Analyses of the Black-Inlaid Weapons of the Aegean, Egypt, and the Levant,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 717-730.

J. Wright, “Empty Cups and Empty Jugs: The Social Role of Wine in Minoan and Mycenaean Societies,” in P. McGovern, S. Fleming, and S. Katz (ed.), The Origins and Ancient History of Wine (Philadelphia 1996]  287-309.

J. C. Wright, “Mycenaean Drinking Services and Standards of Etiquette,” in  P. Halstead and J. C. Barrett (eds.), Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 5] (Oxford 2004) 90-104.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “E chrysokentrese ste mykenaïke epoche,” Archaiognosia 3(199 ) 29-39.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “Anazetese tou ergasteriou ton chryson kypellon tou Vapheiou,” AE (1991) 45-64.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou and C. Chatziliou, ‘Peinture en métal’ à l’époque mycénienne (Athens 1989).

Stone Vases

A. Bevan, Stone Vessels and Values in the Bronze Age Mediterranean (Cambridge 2007).

K. Demakopoulou, “Stone Vases from Midea,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998)  221-227.

A. Dickers, “Spätbronzezeitliche Steingefässe des griechischen Festlandes,” SMEA 28(1990) 125-223.

D. Evely, “Ground Stone: Stone Vases and Other Objects,” Well-Built Mycenae fascicule 27 (Oxford 1992).

B. Kaiser, “Zur Datierung von Kammergrab 26 in Mykene,” in Die kretisch-mykenische Glyptik und ihre gegenwärtigen Probleme (1974) 38-41.

B. Kaiser, “Mykenische Steingefässe und Verwandtes im Magazin zu Nauplion,” AM 95(1980) 1-19.

R. B. Koehl, Aegean Bronze Age Rhyta (Philadelphia 2006).

A. Sakellariou, “Scène de bataille sur un vase mycénien en pierre?,” RA (1971) 3-14.

J. A. Sakellarakis, “Fragment of a Stone Vase from Tiryns,” AAA 6(1973) 174-178.

J. A. Sakellarakis, “Mycenaean Stone Vases,” SMEA 17(1976) 173-187.

I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 215-236.

H. von Arbin, “The Alabstron-shaped Vases in the ‘Throne Room’ at Knossos,” Opuscula Atheniensia 15(1984) 7-16.

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

H. Waterhouse, “The Flat Alabastron and the Last Ritual in the Throne Room,” OJA 7(1988) 361-367.

Miscellaneous Stone Artifacts  [see also under "Mycenaean Tholoi" and "Mycenaean Architecture: Fortifications, etc." for large-scale relief sculpture decorating tomb and gate facades]

H. Blitzer, “The Chipped Stone, Ground Stone, and Worked Bone Industries,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 712-756.

T. Carter, “The Chipped and Ground Stone,” in J. and B. Forsén, The Asea Valley Survey. An Arcadian Mountain Valley from the Palaeolithic Period until Modern Times (Stockholm 2003) 129-157.

D. Evely, “Ground Stone: Stone Vases and Other Objects,” Well-Built Mycenae fascicule 27 (Oxford 1992).

E. B. French and R. Janko, “The Late Helladic Small Finds,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 445-470.

S. E. Iakovidis, “On the Use of Mycenaean ‘Buttons’,” BSA 72(1977) 113-119.

H. Plommer, “A Carved Block from the Megaron at Mycenae,” BSA 60(1965) 207-211.

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns aus Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich spätbronzezeitlicher Zeitstellung (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2001).

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns. Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich aus der Spätbronzezeit [Tiryns XVI] (Wiesbaden 2008).

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/propylaeumdok/volltexte/2008/91/

I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 215-236.

K. von Filseck, “Der Alabasterfries von Tiryns,” AA (1986) 1-32.

Seals and Signet Rings [see also under this heading in handout on "Late Minoan Painting and Representational Art"]

A. Alexandri, Gender Symbolism in Late Bronze Age Aegean Glyptic Art (Ph.D. dissertation, Cambridge University 1994).

E. Andrikou, “Exi mykenaïkes sphragides apo te Theva,” 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) 609-618.

V. Aravantinos, “The Mycenaean Inscribed Sealings from Thebes: Problems of Content and Function,” in T. G. Palaima (ed.), Aegean Seals, Sealings and Administration [Aegaeum 5] (Liège 1990) 149-167.

J. Aruz, The Aegean and the Orient in the Neolithic and Bronze Ages: The Evidence of Stamp and Cylinder Seals (Ph.D. dissertation; New York University 1986).

J. Aruz, “Unravelling the Mysteries of the Well-Travelled Seal,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 751-758.

J. Boardman, “The Danicourt Ring,” Revue archéologique (1970) 3-8.

S. W. Carter, ‘The Battle of the Glen’ Revisited: A Gold Signet Ring (CMS I 16) of the Aegean Late Bronze Age in its Full Iconographic Context (undergraduate Honors thesis, Dartmouth College 2000).

J. L. Crowley, “In Honour of the Gods – But Which Gods? Identifying Deities in Aegean Glyptic,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 75-87.

J. Crowley and A. Adams, “Iconoaegean and Iconostasis. An Iconographic Classification and a Comprehensive Database for Aegean Glyptic,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 39-58.

P. Dakoronia, S. Deger-Jalkotzy, and A. Sakellariou (eds.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel V Suppl. 2 <Kleinere griechische Sammlungen: Die Siegel aus der Nekropole von Elatia-Alonaki> (Berlin 1996).

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Anmerkungen zu einem ‘Siegel’ aus der mykenischen Nekropole von Elateia-Alonaki,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 199-210.

K. Demakopoulou (ed.), The Aidonia Treasure: Seals and Jewellery of the Aegean Late Bronze Age (Athens 1996).

A. Dickers, “Die späten mykenischen Siegel aus weichem Stein. Überlegungen zu Bedeutung und Funktion,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 59-75.

A. Dickers, Die spätmykenischen Siegel aus weichen Stein. Untersuchungen zur spätbronzezeitlichen Glyptik auf dem griechischen Festland und in der Ägäis (Rahden 2001).

E. Drakaki, “The Ownership of Hard Stone Seals with a Motif of a Pair of Recumbent Bovines from the Late Bronze Age Greek Mainland: A Contextual Approach,” Aegean Archaeology 8[2005-2006] (2009) 81-93.

E. Drakaki, “Late Bronze Age Female Burials with Hard Stone Seals from the Peloponnese: A Contextual Approach,” in H. Cavanagh, W. Cavanagh, and J. Roy (eds.), Honouring the Dead in the Peloponnese (Nottingham 2011) 51-70.

B. Eder, “Im Spiegel der Siegel: Die nördlichen und westlichen Regionen Griechenlands im Spannungsfeld der mykenischen Paläste,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen (Vienna 2007) 81-124.

M-L. and H. Erlenmeyer, “Cerviden Darstellungen auf orientalischen und ägäischen Siegel I,” Orientalia 25(1956) 149-153.

M-L. and H. Erlenmeyer, “Cerviden Darstellungen auf orientalischen und ägäischen Siegel II,” Orientalia 26(1957) 321-333.

B. Gerring, Sphragides: Die gravierten Fingerringe des Hellenismus [BAR International Series 848] (Oxford 2000).

E. Hallager, “The Uniformity in Seal Use and Sealing Practice during the LH/LM III Period,” 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) 243-265 [with response by J. Bennet (267-272) and discussion (273-275)].

S. Iakovidis, “A Mycenaean Sealstone from Gla,” in O. Palagia (ed.), Greek Offerings: Essays on Greek Art in Honour of John Boardman (Oxford 1997) 31-34.

R. Jung, “Menschenopferdarstellungen? Zur Analyse minoischer und mykenischer Siegelbilder,” PZ 72(1997) 133-194.

R. Kandeler, “Das Silphion als Emblem der Aphrodite: Zur Deutung eines Siegelringes aus dem Schatz von Mykene,” Antike Welt 29(1998) 297-300.

A. Karytinos, “Sealstones in Cemeteries: A Display of Social Status?,” in  K. Branigan (ed.), Cemetery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age (Sheffield 1998) 78-86.

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

S. Korres, “Ademosieutoi sphragides ek ton anaskaphon tes Archaiologikes Etaireias ana ten Messenian,” AE (1991) 113-135.

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O. Krzyszkowska,. “Travellers’ Tales: The Circulation of Seals in the Late Bronze Age Aegean,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 767-775.

O. Krzyszkowska, “Amethyst in the Aegean Bronze Age. An Archaeological Enigma?,” in I. Bradfer, B. Detournay, and R. Laffineur (eds.), KRES TECHNITES: L’artisan crétois: Recueil d’articles en l’honneur de Jean-Claude Poursat, publié à l’occasion des 40 ans de la découverte du Quartier Mu [Aegaeum 26] (Liège/Austin 2005) 119-129.

O. Krzyszkowska, “Impressions of the Natural World: Landscape in Aegean Glyptic,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 169-188.

R. Laffineur, “The Iconography of Mycenaean Seals and the Status of their Owners,” Aegaeum 6(1990) 117-160.

R. Laffineur, “The Iconography of Mycenaean Seals as Social Indicator: Further Reflections,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 165-180.

W. Müller, “Precision Measurements of Minoan and Mycenaean Gold Rings with Ultrasound,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 475-481.

W. Müller, J.-P. Olivier, and I. Pini, “Die Tonplomben aus Mykene,” AA (1998) 5-55.

W. Müller, “Travelling Sealings – Evidence of Emporia?,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 785-790.

T. G. Palaima, “Mycenaean Seals and Sealings in their Economic and Administrative Contexts,” in P. H. Ilievski and L. Crepajac (eds.), Tractata Mycenaea [Proceedings of the 8th International Colloquium on Mycenaean Studies] (Skopje 1987) 263-264.

T. G. Palaima, “Sealings as Links in an Administrative Chain,” in P. Ferioli, E. Fiandra, and G. G. Fissore

(eds.), Administration in Ancient Societies (Torino 1996) 37-66.

T. G. Palaima, “The Palaeography of Mycenaean Inscribed Sealings from Thebes and Pylos, Their Place within the Mycenaean Administrative System, and Their Links with the Extra-Palatial Sphere,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 219-238.

H. Palaiologou, “‘Minoan Dragons’ on a Sealstone from Mycenae,” in C. Morris (ed.), Klados: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995) 195-199.

D. Panagiotopoulos, “A Systemic Approach to Mycenaean Sealing Practices,” in W. Müller (ed.),  Die Bedeutung der minoischen und mykenischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 8] (Mainz 2010) 297-307.

I. Pini, “Spätbronzezeitliche ägäische Glassiegel,” JRGZM 28(1981) 63-69.

I. Pini, “Zur ‘richtigen’ Ansicht minoisch-mykenischer Siegel- und Ringdarstellungen,” in W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989) 201-217.

I. Pini, “Some Considerations on the Use of Seals for Administrative Purposes in Mycenaean Greece,” SMEA

28(1990) 107-116.

I. Pini (ed.), Die Tonplomben aus dem Nestorpalast von Pylos (Mainz 1997).

I. Pini, “Minoan and Mycenaean Decorated Gold Finger-Rings,” BICS 42(1997-98) 210-211.

I. Pini, “The ‘Ring of Nestor’,” OJA 17(1998) 1-13.

I. Pini, “Further Research on Late Bronze Age Aegean Glass Seals,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 331-338.

I. Pini, “Seals as an Indicator of Trade?,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 777-784.

I. Pini, “Spätbronzezeitliche ägäische Weichsteinsiegel mit Ausnahme der ‘Mainland Popular Group’ von Fundorten ausserhalb Kretas,” in I. Bradfer, B. Detournay, and R. Laffineur (eds.), KRES TECHNITES: L’artisan crétois: Recueil d’articles en l’honneur de Jean-Claude Poursat, publié à l’occasion des 40 ans de la découverte du Quartier Mu [Aegaeum 26] (Liège/Austin 2005) 199-208.

E. Porada, “The Cylinder Seals Found at Thebes in Boiotia, with Contributions on the Inscriptions from Hans G. Güterbock and John A. Brinkman,” Archiv für Orientforschung 28(1981) 1-78.

P. Rehak, “The ‘Genius’ in Late Bronze Age Glyptic: the Later Evolution of an Aegean Cult Figure,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 215-231.

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I. A. Sakellarakis, “Die Chronologie der Siegelringe und Siegel aus Grab 91 von Mykene,” in CMS Beiheft  1(1974) 115-132.

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W. Schiering, “Die Siegelfunde der Nekropole von Elatia-Alonaki als Musterbeispiele der drei in SH IIIA-B auf dem grieschischen Festland produzierten Stilgruppen,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 295-304.

G. Sines and Y. A. Sakellarakis, “Lenses in Antiquity,” AJA 91(1987) 191-196.

J. S. Smith, “Problems and Prospects in the Study of Script and Seal Use on Cyprus in the Bronze and Iron Ages,” in J. S. Smith (ed.), Script and Seal Use on Cyprus in the Bronze and Iron Ages [AIA Colloquia and Conference Papers 4] (Boston 2002) 1-47.

J. S. Smith, “International Style in Mediterranean Late Bronze Age Seals,” in N. C. Stampolidis and V. Karageorghis (eds.), PLOES . . . Sea Routes . . .: Interconnections in the Mediterranean 16th – 6th c. BC (Athens 2003) 291—302.

E. Stamatatou, Gemstones in Mycenaean Greece: Their Use and Significance [BAR International Series S1230] (Oxford 2004).

V. Stürmer, “Zur Ikonographie des Kampfes auf dem Siegelring, CMS I, no. 16,” OpAth 14(1982) 111-118.

A. Tamvaki, “The Seals and Sealings from the Citadel House Area: A Study in Mycenaean Glyptic and Iconography,” BSA 69(1974) 259-293.

A. Tamvaki, “Minoan and Mycenaean Elements in the Iconography of the Pylos Sealings,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 267-292.

H. and M. van Effenterre, “L’iconographie du temps dans la glytpique créto-mycénienne,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8](Liège 1992) 325-326

D. Vasilikou, Mycenaean Signet Rings of Precious Metals with Cult Scenes (Athens 2000).

J. M. Webb, “Device, Image, and Coercion: The Role of Glyptic in the Political Economy of Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in J. S. Smith (ed.), Script and Seal Use on Cyprus in the Bronze and Iron Ages [AIA Colloquia and Conference Papers 4] (Boston 2002) 111-154.

M. Wedde, “On Hierarchical Thinking in Aegean Bronze Age Glyptic Imagery,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, Politeia: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) II: 493-504.

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A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “Techniques et évolution de la bague-cachet dans l’art créto-mycénien,” in W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989) 323-338.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “Les bagues-cachets créto-mycéniennes: art et fonction,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 313-329.

J. G. Younger, “The Vapheio Gems: A Reconsideration of the Find-Spots,” AJA 77(1973) 338-340.

J. G. Younger, “Non-Sphragistic Uses of Minoan-Mycenaean Sealstones and Rings,” Kadmos 16(1977) 141-159.

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J. G. Younger, “The Island Sanctuaries Group: Date and Significance,” CMS Beiheft 1 (Berlin 1981) 263-271.

J. G. Younger, “Seven Types of Ring Construction in the Greek Late Bronze Age,” in Aux origines de l’hellénisme: Hommages à Henri van Effenterre (Paris 1984) 83-90.

J. G. Younger, “Aegean Seals of the Late Bronze Age: Masters and Workshops III. The First Generation Mycenaean Masters,” Kadmos 23(1984) 38-64.

J. G. Younger, “Aegean Seals of the Late Bronze Age: Stylistic Groups VI. Fourteenth-Century Mainland and

Later Fourteenth-Century Cretan Workshops,” Kadmos 26(1987) 77-93.

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Glass, Faience, and Jewelry

V. Aravantinos, “To Have and To Hoard: A Gold Disk from the Palace of Thebes,” 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) 252-258.

J. Bennet, “Palace TM: Speculations on Palatial Production in Mycenaean Greece with (Some) Reference to Glass,” in C. M. Jackson and E. C. Wager (eds.), Vitreous Material in the Late Bronze Age Aegean. A Windown to the East Mediterranean World [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 9] (Oxford 2008) 151-172.

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S. Demake, “Nekrotapheio Elateias: Perideraia apo steatite,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 203-214.

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B. Deppert-Lippitz, Griechisher Goldschmuck (Munich 1985).

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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.

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H. Hughes-Brock, “Seals and Beads. Their Shapes and Materials Compared,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 105-116.

H. Hughes-Brock, “Asine Chamber Tomb I:1: The Small Finds,” in R. Hägg, G. C. Nordquist, and B. Wells (eds.), Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930 (Stockholm 1996) 69-80.

H. Hughes-Brock, “Mycenaean Beads: Gender and Social Contexts,” OJA 18(1999) 277-296.

H. Hughes-Brock, “The Mycenaean Greeks – Master Bead Makers: Major Work since Beck,” in I. C. Glover, H. Hughes-Brock, and J. Henderson (eds.), Ornaments from the Past – Bead Studies after Beck (London 2003) 10-22.

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

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Zum Halsschmuck mykenischer Idole,” Jahresbericht des Instituts für Vorgeschichte der Universität Frankfurt-am-Main (1978-79) 29-43.

I. Kilian, “Kosmemata se andrikes taphes tes Mykenaïkes epochs,” in Praktika tou C’ Diethnous Synedriou Peloponnesiakon Spoudon II (Athens 1987-88) 289-297.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Jewellery in Mycenaean and Minoan ‘Warrior Graves’,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 161-171.

E. M. Konstantinidi, Jewellery Revealed in the Burial Contexts of the Greek Bronze Age [BAR International Series 912] (Oxford 2001).

E. M. Konstantinidi-Syvridi and M. Kontaki, “Casting Finger Rings in Mycenaean Times: Two Unpublished Moulds at the National Archaeological Museum, Athens,” BSA 104(2009) 311-319.

M. Kostoula and J. Maran, “A Group of Animal-headed Faience Vessels from Tiryns,” 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) 193-224.

R. Laffineur, “Mycenaean Artistic Koine: The Example of Jewelry,” TUAS 9(1984) 1-13.

R. Laffineur, “Polychrysos Mykene: Toward a Definition of Mycenaean Goldwork,” in A. Calinescu (ed.), Ancient Jewelry and Archaeology (Indianapolis 1996) 89-116.

R. Laffineur, “The ‘Aegina Treasure’ Revisited,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 41-45.

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.

G. Nightingale, “Perlen und Glas und Fayence aus der mykenischen Nekropole Elateia-Alonaki,” in T. Lorenz, G. Erath, M. Lehner, and G. Schwarz (eds.), Akten des 6. Österreichischen Archäologentages (Vienna 1996) 141-148.

G. Nightingale, “Die Kombination von Gold und Glas bei mykenischen Perlen,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 159-166.

G. Nightingale, “Glass and Faience Beads from Elateia-Alonaki Reflecting the Relationship between Centre and Periphery,” 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) 311-319.

G. Nightingale, “Mykenisches Glas,” in A. Kyriatsoulis (ed.), Althellenische Technologie und Technik von der prähistorischen bis zur hellenistischen Zeit mit Schwerpunkt auf der prähistorischen Epoche (Weilheim 2004) 171-194.

G. Nightingale, “Lefkandi. An Important Node in the International Exchange Network of Jewellery and Personal Adornment,” 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) 421-429.

K. Nikita, “Mycenaean Glass Beads: Technology, Forms, and Function,” in I. C. Glover, H. Hughes-Brock, and J. Henderson (eds.), Ornaments from the Past – Bead Studies after Beck (London 2003) 23-37.

K. Nikita and J. Henderson, “Glass Analyses from Mycenaean Thebes and Elateia: Compositional Evidence for a Mycenaean Glass Industry,” Journal of Glass Studies 48(2006) 71-120.

M. Panagiotaki, “The Technological Development of Aegean Vitreous Materials in the Bronze Age,” in C. M. Jackson and E. C. Wager (eds.), Vitreous Material in the Late Bronze Age Aegean. A Window to the East Mediterranean World [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 9] (Oxford 2008)    .

M. Panagiotaki, Y. Maniatis, D. Kavoussanakis, G, Hatton, and M. S. Tite, “The Production Technology of Aegean Bronze Age Vitreous Materials,” in J. Bourriau and J. Phillips (eds.), Invention and Innovation. The Social Context of Technological Change 2: Egypt, the Aegean and the Near East, 1650 – 1150 BC (Oxford 2004)149-175.

M. Panagiotaki, L. Papazoglou-Manioudaki, G. Chatzi-Spilopoulou, E. Andreoupoulou-Mangou, Y. Maniatis, M. S. Tite, and A. Shortland, “A Glass Workshop at the Mycenaean Citadel of Tiryns in Greece,” in Annales du 16e Congrès de l’Association internationale pour l’histoire du verre (Nottingham 2005) 14-18.

Z. Papadopoulou, “Lithino peripato apo to Delio tes Parou,” 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) 734-751.

E. J. Peltenburg, “Early Faience: Recent Studies, Origins and Relations with Glass,” in M. Bimson and C. Freestone (eds.), Early Vitreous Materials (London 1987) 5-29.

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.

I. Pini, “Spätbronzezeitliche ägäische Glassiegel,” JRGZM 28(1981) 63-69.

I. Pini, “Minoan and Mycenaean Decorated Gold Finger-Rings,” BICS 42(1997-98) 210-211.

K. Polikreti, J. M. A. Murphy, V. Kantarelou, and A. G. Karydas, “XRF Analysis of Glass Beads from the Mycenaean Palace of Nestor at Pylos, Peloponnesus, Greece: New Insight into the LBA Glass Trade,” JAS 38(2011) 2889-2896.

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns aus Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich spätbronzezeitlicher Zeitstellung (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2001).

L. Rahmstorf, “Terramare and Faience: Mycenaean Influence in Northern Italy during the Late Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] 663-672.

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns. Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich aus der Spätbronzezeit [Tiryns XVI] (Wiesbaden 2008).

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E. Semantone-Bournia, “O ‘Thesauros tes Aiginas’. Neo phos sto mysterio tes lathraias exagoges tou,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 47-69..

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I. Tournavitou, “Jewellers’ Moulds and Jewellers’ Workshops in Mycenaean Greece: An Archaeological Utopia,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocketbook 143] (Jonsered 1997)  209-256.

C. Tsountas, “Mitrai kai xiphe ek Mykenon,” AE (1897) 97-128.

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.

E. T. Vermeule, “A Mycenaean Jeweler’s Mold,” Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston 339(1967) 19-31.

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

H. Whittaker, “Some Reflections on the Use and Meaning of Colour in Dress and Adornment in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 193-198.

H. Wrede, “Lunulae im Halsschmuck,” in Wandloungen: Studien zur antiken und neueren Kunst Ernst Homann Wedeking gewidmet (Munich 1975) 243-254,

J. G. Younger, “Representations of Minoan-Mycenaean Jewelry,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 257-293.

 

Ivories and Furniture

V. Aravntinos, “Nea mykenaïka elephantourgemata apo ten Kadmeia (Theva),” in V. Aravantinos (ed.), Proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on Boeotian Studies 1996 (Athens 2000) 31-120.

H.-G. Buchholz, “Ägäische Kämme,” Acta Praehistorica et Archaeologica 16/17(1984-85) 91-   .

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).

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-H. Gates, “Mycenaean Art for a Levantine Market? The Ivory Lid from Minet el Beidha/Ugarit,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 77-84.

L. G. Hayward, The Ivory Trade in the Ancient Near East and Eastern Mediterranean from the Mid-Second Millennium B. C. to the Beginning of the Achaemenid Period (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Birmingham 1982).

L. G. Hayward, “The Origin of the Raw Elephant Ivory Used in Greece and the Aegean during the Late Bronze Age,” Antiquity 64(1990) 103-109.

A. P. Iliaki, Mycenaean Ivories: A Study of Three Classes of Objects: Combs, Pyxides, and Mirror Handles (Ph.D. dissertation, Bryn Mawr College 1975).

B. Jahn, Bronzezeitliches Sitzmobiliar der griechischen Inseln und des griechischen Festlandes [Europäische Hochschulschriften, Reihe XXXVIII: Archäologie, Bd. 31] (Frankfurt am Main 1990).

H. J. Kantor, “Ivory Carving in the Mycenaean Period,” Archaeology 13(1960) 14-25.

G. Kopcke, “Mycenaean Ivories,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 141-143.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, The Bone and Ivory Industries of the Aegean Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Bristol 1981).

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Ivory from Hippopotamus Tusk in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 58(1984) 123-125.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Ivory in the Aegean Bronze Age: Elephant Tusk or Hippopotamus Ivory?,” BSA 83(1988) 209-234.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, Ivory and Related Materials: An Illustrated Guide [BICS Supplement 59]  (London 1990).

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “The Enkomi Warrior Head Reconsidered,” BSA 86(1991) 107-120.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Aegean Ivory Carving: Towards an Evaluation of Late Bronze Age Workshop Material,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Ivory in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period [British Museum Occasional Paper 85] (London 1992) 25-25.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Asine Chamber Tomb I:2: The Ivories,” in R. Hägg, G. C. Nordquist, and B. Wells (eds.), Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930 (Stockholm 1996) 81-90.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Furniture in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in G. Herrmann (ed.), The Furniture of Western Asia: Ancient and Traiditional (Mainz 1996) 85-103.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Cult and Craft: Ivories from the Citadel House Area, Mycenae,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 145-150.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Ivories from Tiryns,” in Tiryns XIII (Mainz 2005) 179-213.

K. D. S. Lapatin, Chryselephantine Statuary in the Ancient Mediterranean World (Oxford 2001).

K. D. S. Lapatin, Mysteries of the Snake Goddess: Art, Desire, and the Forging of History (Boston 2002).

A. Papaefthymiou-Papanthemou, Skeue kai synerga tou kallopismou ston kretomykenaïko choro (Ph.D. dissertation, Aristotle University, Thessaloniki 1971).

A. Patrianakou-Iliaki, “An Ivory Mirror Handle from Asine,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] I-III (Rome 1996) 1273-1280.

J-C. Poursat, Les ivoires mycéniens: essai sur la formation d’un art mycénien (Paris 1977).

J-C. Poursat, Catalogue des ivoires mycéniens du Musée National d’Athènes (Paris 1977).

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns aus Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich spätbronzezeitlicher Zeitstellung (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2001).

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns. Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich aus der Spätbronzezeit [Tiryns XVI] (Wiesbaden 2008).

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/propylaeumdok/volltexte/2008/91/

P. Rehak and J. G. Younger, “International Styles in Ivory Carving in the Bronze Age,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 229-255.

I. Sakellarakis, To elephantodonto kai e katergasia tou sta mykenaïka chronia (Athens 1979).

Y. Sakellarakis, “Mycenaean Footstools,” in G. Herrmann (ed.), The Furniture of Western Asia (Mainz 1996) 105-110.

J. Schäfer, “Elfenbeinspiegelgriffe des zweiten Jahrtausends,” AM 73(1958) 73-87.

H. H. Scullard, The Elephant in the Greek and Roman World (London 1974).

I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 123-206.

I. Tournavitou, “Arts and Crafts: Contrasts and Comparisons between Neopalatial and ‘Mycenaean’ Crete. The Case of Ivory,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Paris 1997) 445-454.

J. G. Velsink, “The Ivories from the Shaft Graves at Mycenae,” BABesch 78(2003) 1-33.

E. Wacha, “Mobiliar in der ägäischen Bronzezeit. Eine Funktionsanalyse der sogenannten Thronmodelle,” Forum Archaeologiae 50/III/2009 (http://farch.net)

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A. J. B. Wace, “Ivory Carvings from Mycenae,” Archaeology 7(1954) 149-155.

 

Wood and Bone

H. Blitzer, “The Chipped Stone, Ground Stone, and Worked Bone Industries,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 712-756.

H.-G. Buchholz, “Ägäische Kämme,” Acta Praehistorica et Archaeologica 16/17(1984-85) 91-   .

O. Krzyszkowska, The Bone and Ivory Industries of the Aegean Bronze Age: A Technological Study (Ph.D. dissertation, Univeersity of Bristol 1981).

P. Muhly, “Furniture from the Shaft Graves: the Occurrence of Wood in Aegean Burials in the Bronze Age,” BSA 91(1996) 197-211.

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns aus Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich spätbronzezeitlicher Zeitstellung (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2001).

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns. Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich aus der Spätbronzezeit [Tiryns XVI] (Wiesbaden 2008).

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/propylaeumdok/volltexte/2008/91/

I. Tournavitou, The ‘Ivory Houses’ at Mycenae [BSA Supplement 24] (London 1995) 207-214.

 

Ostrich Eggs

D. Conwell, “On Ostrich Eggs and Libyans,” Expedition 29:3(1987) 25-34.

J. Sakellarakis, “The Fashioning of Ostrich-Egg Rhyta in the Creto-Mycenaean Region,” in TAW III,1 (1990) 285-308.

 

Weaponry

S. Alexiou, “The Boars’-tusk Helmet,” Antiquity 28(1954) 211-213.

J. C. Amberger, The Secret History of the Sword: Adventures in Ancient Martial Arts (Burbank 1998).

E. Andrikou, “New Evidence on Mycenaean Bronze Corselets from Thebes and the Bronze Age Sequence of Corselets in Greece and Europe,” 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) 401-409.

P. Åström, The Cuirass Tomb and Other Finds at Dendra 1: The Chamber Tombs [SIMA 4] (Götebog 1977).

R. Avila, Bronzene Lanzen- und Pfeilspitzen der griechischen Spätbronzezeit [Prähistorische Bronzefunde V,1] (Munich 1983).

E. Banou, “To odontophrakto kranos apo to YM III nekrotapheio stous Armenous Rethymnes,” Pepragmena tou ST’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 1990) 39-47.

J. Borchhardt, Homerische Helme. Helmformen der Ägäis in ihren Beziehungen zu orientalischen und europäischen Helmen in der Bronze- und frühen Eisenzeit (Mainz 1972).

J. Borchhardt, “Frühe griechische Schildformen,” in H.-G. Buchholz and J. Wiesner (eds.), Kriegswesen I: Schutzwaffen und Wehrbauten (Göttingen 1977) 1-56.

J. Borchhardt, “Helme,” in H.-G. Buchholz and J. Wiesner (eds.), Kriegswesen I: Schutzwaffen und Wehrbauten (Göttingen 1977) 57-74.

E. Borgna, L’arco e le frecce nel mondo miceneo (Rome 1992).

I. Bradfer-Burdet, “Harnachement et parure des chevaux: esquisse d’un protocole official à l’époque mycénienne,” in A. Gardeisen (ed.), Les équides dans le monde méditerranéen antique (Lattes 2005) 77-93.

H.-G. Buchholz and J. Wiesner (eds.), Kriegswesen 1: Schutzwaffen und Wehrbauten [Archaeologica Homerica  I.E:1] (Göttingen 1977) .

H.-G. Buchholz and J. Wiesner (eds.), Kriegswesen  2: Angriffswaffen [Archaeologica Homerica I.E:2] (Göttingen 1980).

R. F. Burton, The Book of the Sword (London 1884).

P. Cassola Guida, Le armi difensive dei micenei nelle figurazioni (Rome 1974).

P. Cassola Guida, “Le armi nel culto dei Micenei,” in Studi Triestini di Antichità in Onore di L. A. Stella (1975) 93-106.

P. Cassola Guida and M. Zucconi Galli Fonseca, Nuovi studi sulle armi dei Micenei (1992).

H. W. Catling, “Bronze Cut-and-Thrust Swords in the Eastern Mediterranean,” PPS 22(1956) 102-125.

H. W. Catling, “A Bronze Plate from a Scale-corslet Found at Mycenae,” AA (1970) 441-449.

H. W. Catling, “Panzer,” in H.-G. Buchholz and J. Wiesner (eds.), Kriegswesen I: Schutzwaffen und Wehrbauten (Göttingen 1977) 74-118.

H. W. Catling, “Beinschienen,” in H.-G. Buchholz and J. Wiesner (eds.), Kriegswesen I: Schutzwaffen und Wehrbauten (Göttingen 1977) 143-161.

C. Clausing, “Geschnürte Beinschienen der späten Bronze- und älteren Eisenzeit,” JRGZM 49(2002) 149-187.

J. Clements, “The Myth of Thrusting versus Cutting Swords,” in B. P. C. Molloy (ed.), The Cutting Edge: Studies in Ancient and Medieval Combat (Stroud 2007) 168-176.

J. D. Cowen, “The Origins of the Flange-hilted Sword of Bronze in Continental Europe,” PPS 32(1966) 292-312.

J. H. Crouwel, Chariots and Other Means of Land Transport in Bronze Age Greece (Amsterdam 1981).

J. Crouwel, “Early Chariots in the Aegean and Their Eastern Connections,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 39-44.

S. I. Dakaris, “A Mycenaean IIIB Dagger from the Palaeolithic Site of Kastritsa in Epirus,” PPS 33(1967) 30-36.

D. Danielidou, E oktoscheme aspida tes 2es chilietias (Athens 1998).

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Military Prowess and Social Status in Mycenaean Greece,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 121-131.

H. Döhl, “Mykenische Kampfdarstellungen: Bild und Deutung im prähistorischen Griechenland,” Materialhefte zur Ur- und Frühgeschichte Niedeersachsens 16(1980) 21-33.

R. Drews, The End of the Bronze Age: Changes in Warfare and the Catastrophe ca. 1200 B.C. (Princeton 1993).

J. Driessen, “The Arsenal of Knossos (Crete) and Mycenaean Chariot Forces,” in M. Lodewijckx (ed.), Archaeological and Historical Aspects of West-European Societies (1996) 481-498.

B. Eder, “Late Bronze Age Swords from Ancient Elis,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 443-448.

M.H. Feldman and C. Sauvage, “Objects of Prestige? Chariots in the Late Bronze Age Eastern

Mediterranean and Near East,” Ägypten und Levante 20(2010) 67-181.

S. Foltiny, “Flange-hilted Cutting Swords of Bronze in Central Europe, Northeast Italy, and Greece,” AJA 68(1964) 247-258.

D. Fortenberry, “Single Greaves in the Late Helladic Period,” AJA 95(1991) 623-627.

C. D. Fortenberry, Elements of Mycenaean Warfare (Ph.D. dissertation; University of Cincinnati 1990; University Microfilms International 90-32620).

H. E. Giesecke, “Der mykenische Wagen,” Talanta 20-21(1988-89).

C. Gillis, “The Smith in the Late Bronze Age – State Employee, Independent Artisan, or Both?,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 505-    .

P. A. L. Greenhalgh, “The Dendra Charioteer,” Antiquity 54(1980) 201-205.

B. P. Hallager, “A Warrior and an Unkown Chariot Type on a LM IIIB:2 Krater in Khania,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 449-453.

A. Harding, Warriors and Weapons in Bronze Age Europe (Budapest 2007).

K. Harrell, “A War of Words: Comaring the Performative Cross-craft Interaction of Physlical Violence and Oral Expression in the Mycenaean World,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 72-88.

H. Herter, “The Splendour of Mycenaean Helmets,” AAA  (1968) 446-462.

O. Höckmann, “Lanze und Speer,” in H.-G. Buchholz and J. Wiesner (eds.), Kriegswesen  2: Angriffswaffen [Archaeologica Homerica I.E:2] (Göttingen 1980) 275-319.

O. Höckmann, “Lanze und Speer im spätminoischen und mykenischen Griechenland,” JRGZM 27(1980) 13-158.

O. Höckmann, “Lanzen und Speere der ägäischen Bronzezeit und des Übergangs zur Eisenzeit,” in H-G.

Buchholz (ed.), Ägäische Bronzezeit (Darmstadt 1987) 329-358.

M. S. F. Hood, “A Mycenaean Cavalryman,” BSA 48(1953) 84-93.

R. W. Hutchinson, “Battle-axes in the Aegean,” PPS 16(1950) 52-64.

R. Jung and M. Mehofer, “A Sword of Naue II Type from Ugarit and the Historical Significance of Italian-type Weaponry in the Eastern Mediterranean,” Aegean Archaeology 8[2005-2006] (2009) 111-135.

K. Kilian, “Zur Darstellung eines Wagenrennens aus spätmykenischer Zeit,” AM 95(1980) 21-31.

K. Kilian, “Mycenaean Charioteers Again,” Antiquity 56(1982) 205-206.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Remarks on the Non-Military Functions of Swords in the Mycenaean Argolid,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 157-161.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, Die Schwerter in Griechenland (ausserhalb der Peloponnes), Bulgarien und Albanien [Prähistorische Bronzefunde IV.12] (Stuttgart 1993).

M. Korfmann, “The Sling as a Weapon,” Scientific American 229(1973) 34-42.

G. S. Korres, “H megaloprepeia ton mykenaïkon kranon,” AAA 2(1969) 446-462.

M. Littauer, “The Military Use of the Chariot in the Aegean in the Late Bronze Age,” AJA 76(1972) 145-157.

M. A. Littauer and J. H. Crouwel, “Chariots in Late Bronze Age Greece,” Antiquity 57(1983) 187-192.

M. A. Littauer and J. H. Crouwel, “Robert Drews and the Role of Chariotry in Bronze Age Greece,” OJA 15(1996) 297-305.

W. Messerschmidt, “Der ägäische Streitwagen und seine Beziehung zum nordeurasisch-vorderasiatischen Raum,” Acta Praehistorica et Archaeologica 20(1988) 31-44.

B. P. C. Molloy, The Role of Combat Weaponry in Bronze Age Societies: The Cases of the Aegean and Ireland in the Middle and Late Bronze Age (PhD dissertation, University College Dublin 2006).

B. P. C. Molloy, “Martial Arts and Materiality: A Combat Archaeology Perspective on Aegean Swords of the Fifteenth and Fourteenth Centuries BC,” World Archaeology 40:1(2008) 116-134.

B. P. C. Molloy, “For Gods or Men? A Reappraisal of the Function of European Bronze Age Shields,” Antiquity 83(2009) 1052-1064.

B. Molloy, “Swords and Swordsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age,” AJA 114(2010) 403-428.

P. S. Moorey, “The Emergence of the Light, Horse-Drawn Chariot in the Near East c. 2000-1500 B.C.,” World Archaeology 18(1986) 196-215.

C. E. Morris, “In Pursuit of the White Tusked Boar: Aspects of Hunting in Mycenaean Society,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 149-156.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Bronze Greaves from Athens: a Case for a LH IIIC Date,” Op Ath 15(1984) 135-146.

V. Nikolopoulos, “Mykenaïko xiphos apo te Voreia Evvoia,” 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) 632-639.

S. O’Brien, Beyond the Sharp Bronze: Warfare and Society in Mycenaean Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Liverpool 2009).

R. Osgood, S. Monks, and J. Toms (eds.), Bronze Age Warfare (London 2000).

A. Papadopoulos, The Iconography of Warfare in the Bronze Age Aegean (Ph.D dissertation, University of Liverpool 2006).

T. J. Papadopoulos, The Late Bronze Age Daggers of the Aegean I: The Greek Mainland [Prähistorische Bronzefunde 6:11] (Stuttgart 1998].

R. Plath, Der Streitwagen und seine Teile im frühen Griechischen. Sprachliche Untersuchungen zu den mykenischen Texten und zum homerischen Epos (Ph.D. dissertation, Erlangen 1994).

R. Plath, “Pferd und Wagen im Mykenischen und bei Homer,” in B. Hänsel and S. Zimmer (eds.), Die Indogermanen und das Pferd (Budapest 1994) 103-114.

S. Reboreda Morillo, “L’arc et les flèches en Grèce: À la fin de l’âge du bronze et au début de l’âge du fer,” Dialogues d’histoire ancienne 22:2(1996) 9-24.

C. Reinholdt, “Entwicklung und Typologie mittelbronzezeitlicher Lanzenspitzen mit Schäftungsschuh in Griechenland,” Mitteilungen der Berliner Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte 14(1993) 43-52.

A. Sakellariou, “A propos des cimiers du casque en dents de sanglier,” Antichità Cretesi: Studi in onore di Doro Levi  I (Catania 1973) 127-131.

N. K. Sandars, “The Antiquity of the One-edged Bronze Knife in the Aegean,” PPS 21(1955) 174-197.

N. K. Sandars, “The First Aegean Swords and their Ancestry,” AJA 65(1961) 17-29.

N. K. Sandars, “Later Aegean Bronze Swords,” AJA 67(1963) 117-153.

B. Sandor, “The Rise and Decline of the Tutankhamun-Class Chariot,” OJA 23(2004) 153-175.

R. Schon, “Chariots, Industry, and Elite Power at Pylos,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II: Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Los Angeles 2007) 133-145.

C. W. Shelmerdine, “From Mycenae to Homer: The Next Generation,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e Memorie del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia (Rome 1996) 467-492, esp. 474-492 [on helmets].

P. Taracha, “Dating the Cheekpiece of a Helmet from Ialysos, Rhodes, Archeologia 40(1989) 9-13.

N. R. Thomas, “Niello or Not? Laboratory Analyses of the Black-Inlaid Weapons of the Aegean, Egypt, and the Levant,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 717-730.

N. R. Thomas, “A Frontal Foot on a ‘Mycenaean’ Inlaid Daggeer,” 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) 251-260.

R. Tölle-Kastenbein, Pfeil und Bogen im alten Griechenland (Bochum 1980).

C. Tsountas, “Mitrai kai xiphe ek Mykenon,” AE (1897) 97-128.

A. P. Varvaregos, To odontophrakto mykenaïko kranos: pros ten techniken tes kataskeves tou (Athens 1981).

T. Völling, “Ein mykenischer Klingengriff aus Olympia,” Thetis: Mannheimer Beiträge zur Klassischen Archäologie und Geschichte Griechenlands und Zyperns 1(1994) 23-28.

N. Vutiropoulos, “The Sling in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 65(1991) 279-286.

I. Weber-Hiden, “Die Bedeutung der Streitwagen in der mykenischen Kunst,” in T. Lorenz, G. Erath, M. Lehner, and G. Schwarz (eds.), Akten des 6. Österreichischen Archäologentages (Vienna 1996) 177-184.

J. Weinstein, “Hafting Methods on Type B Swords and Daggers,” TUAS 6(1981) 44-55.

J. Wiesner, Fahren und Reiten [Archaeologica Homerica I.F] (Göttingen 1968).

N. Yalouris, “Mykenische Bronzeschutzwaffen,” AM 75(1960) 42-67.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “La représentation du casque en dents de sanglier,” BCH 77(1954)

 

Chipped Stone

H. Blitzer, “Middle to Late Helladic Chipped Stone Implements of the Southwestern Peloponnese, Greece. Part

I: The Evidence from Malthi,” Hydra 9(1991) 1-73.

H. Blitzer, “The Chipped Stone, Ground Stone, and Worked Bone Industries,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 712-756.

H-G. Buchholz, “Die Pfeilglätter aus dem VI. Schachtgrab vom Mykene und die helladischen Pfeilspitzen,” JdI 77(1962) 1-58.

E. B. French and R. Janko, “The Late Helladic Small Finds,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 445-470.

P. N. Kardulias, “Flaked Stone and the Role of the Palaces in the Mycenaean World System,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces: New Interpretations of an Old Idea (Los Angeles 1999) 61-71.

P. N. Kardulias and C. Runnels, “The Lithic Artifacts: Flaked Stone and Other Nonflaked Lithics,” in C. Runnels, D. J. Pullen, and S. Langdon (eds.), Artifact and Assemblage: The Finds from a Regional Survey of the Southern Argolid, Greece I: The Prehistoric and Early Iron Age Pottery and the Lithic Artifacts (Stanford 1995) 74-139.

C. Mantzanas, “E mykenaïke lithotechnia sto Psari Triphylias,” Praktika tou ST’ Diethnous Synedriou Peloponnesiakon Spoudon (Athens 2001-02) 49-64.

W. A. Parkinson, “Chipping Away at the Mycenaean Economy: Obsidian Exchange, Linear B, and Palatial Control in Late Bronze Age Messenia,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces: New Interpretations of an Old Idea (Los Angeles 1999)  73-85.

W. A. Parkinson and J. F. Cherry, “Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part VIII: Lithics and Landscapes: A Messenian Perspective,” Hesperia 79(2010) 1-51.

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns aus Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich spätbronzezeitlicher Zeitstellung (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2001).

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns. Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich aus der Spätbronzezeit [Tiryns XVI] (Wiesbaden 2008).

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/propylaeumdok/volltexte/2008/91/

T. F. Tartaron, E. Karimali, and C. Runnels, “Prolegomena to the Study of Bronze Age Flaked Stone in Southern Epirus,” 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) 819-825.

 

Textiles and Costume

M. E. Alberti, “The Minoan Textile Industry and the Territory from Neopalatial to Mycenaean Times: Some First Thoughts,” Creta Antica 8(2007) 243-263.

E. Andersson Strand, “From Spindle Whorls and Loom Weights to Fabrics in the Bronze Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 207-214.

E. Andersson and M.-L. B. Nosch, “With a Little Help from My Friends: Investigating Mycenaean Textiles with Help from Scandinavian Experimental Archaeology,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 197-205.

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. J. W. Barber, “Archaeology by Experiment and Reproduction,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 193-195.

M. Beloyianni, “Semeia kai lexeis tes Grammikes A kai B graphes os tekmeria yia ten askese tes kalathoplektikes technes sten proïstorike Ellada,” 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) 640-644.

B. Burke, “Looking for Sea-Silk in the Bronze Age Aegean,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 171-178.

R. B. Burke, From Minos to Midas: The Organization of Textile Production in the Aegean and in Anatolia (Ph.D. dissertation, Univeresity of California at Los Angeles 1998).

J. Carington-Smith, Spinning, Weaving and Textile Manufacture in Prehistoric Greece from the Beginning of the Neolithic to the End of the Mycenaean Ages (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tasmania 1975).

J. Carington Smith, “Spinning and Weaving Equipment,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 674-711.

L. Crewe, Spindle Whorls: A Study of Form, Function and Decoration in Prehistoric Bronze Age Cyprus [SIMA-PB 149] (Jonsered 1998).

J. L. Crowley, “Prestige Clothing in the Bronze Age Aegean,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 231-240.

E. B. French and R. Janko, “The Late Helladic Small Finds,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 445-470.

B. Jones, Women’s Costume in the Aegean Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, New York University Institute of Fine Arts 1995).

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.

B. R. Jones, “New Reconstructions of the ‘Mykenaia’ and a Seated Woman from Mycenae,” AJA 113(2009) 309-337.

J. T. Killen, “The Textile Industries at Pylos and Knossos,” in C. W. Shelmerdine and T. G. Palaima (eds.), Pylos Comes Alive (New York 1984) 49-63.

A. Lillethun, “The Recreation of Aegean Cloth and Clothing,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 463-472.

G. Lyberopoulou, Le costume égéen (Ph.D. dissertation, Université de Paris I 1978).

S. Marinatos, Kleidung, Haar, und Barttracht [Archaeologica Homerica I, A and B] (Göttingen 1967).

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.

L. Rahmstorf, “Ethnicity and Changes in Weaving Technology in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean in the 12th Century B.C.,” in 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) 143-169.

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns. Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich aus der Spätbronzezeit [Tiryns XVI] (Wiesbaden 2008).

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/propylaeumdok/volltexte/2008/91/

P. Rehak, “Aegean Breechcloths, Kilts, and the Keftiu Paintings,” AJA 100(1996) 35-51.

M. C. Shaw, “A Freco of a Textile Pattern at Pylos: The Importation of a Minoan Artistic Technique,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 315-320.

J. S. Smith, “Changes in the Workplace: Women and Textile Production on Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in D. Bolger and N. Serwint (eds.), Engendering Aphrodite: Women and Society in Ancient Cyprus [CAARI Monographs 3] (Boston 2002) 281-312.

J. S. Smith, “Tapestries in the Mediterranean Late Bronze Age,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 241-250.

K. Trantalidou, “Producing and Recording Leather and Other Animal Products,” in A. Michailidou (ed.), Manufacture and Measurement: Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies (Athens 2001)     .

E. Trinka, Tracht und Textilproduktion in der ägäischen Bronzezeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Vienna 1998).

E. Trinka, “Zur archäologischen Evidenz der Textilproduktion in der ägäischen Bronzezeit,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 489-498.

A. Tuck, “Singing the Rug: Patterned Textiles and the Origins of Indo-European Metrical Poetry,” AJA 110(2006) 539-550.

I. Tzachile, Yphantike kai yphantres sto Proïstoriko Aigaio 2000 – 1000 p.Ch. (Heraklion 1997).

I. Tzachili, “Circulation of Textiles in the Late Bronze Age Aegean,” in A. Michailido0u (ed.), Manufacture and Measurement. Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies (Athens 2001) 167-175.

I. Tzachili, “Counting and Recording Textiles in the Mycenaean Archives of Knossos,” in A. Michailido0u (ed.), Manufacture and Measurement. Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies (Athens 2001) 177-193.

T. Van Damme,  “Reviewing the Evidence for a Bronze Age Silk Industry,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 163-170.

H. Whittaker, “Some Reflections on the Use and Meaning of Colour in Dress and Adornment in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 193-198.

 

Music

A. Dragona-Latsoudi, “Mykenaikos kitharodos apo ti Nauplia,” AE (1979) 86-98.

G. Forstenpointner, A Galik, S. Zohmann, and G. E. Weissengruber, “Saitenspiel und Purpurschimmer – archäozoologische Ehrengaben aus dem späthelladischen Ägina Kolonna,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen (Vienna 2007) 141-149.

M. Kohl, “Lyraspieler in mykenischer Zeit. Ihre Stellung in der frühgriechischen Gesellschaft,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 197-204.

F. Laserre, “Musica babilonese e musica greca,” in B. Gentile and R. Pretagostini (eds.), La Musica in Grecia (Rome 1988) 72-93.

M. Maas and J. M. Snyder, Stringed Instruments of Ancient Greece (New Haven 1989).

S. Michaelides, The Music of Ancient Greece: an Encyclopedia (London 1978).

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.

H. Roberts. “Reconstructing the Greek Tortoise-shell Lyre,” World Archaeology 12(1981) 303-312.

J. G. Younger, Music in the Bronze Age [SIMA-PB 144] (Jonsered 1998).

J. Younger, “The Mycenaean Bard: The Evidence for Sound and Song,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 71-78.

 

Cuisine

Y. Tzedakis and H. Martlew (eds.), Minoans and Mycenaeans: Flavours of their Time (Athens 1999).

Y. Tzedakis, H. Martlew, and M. K. Jones (eds.), Archaeology Meets Science: Biomolecular Investigations in Bronze Age Greece: The Primary Scientific Evidence, 1997-2003 (Oxford 2008).

 

Gender Studies Applied to Mycenaean Society

P. Carlier, “La  femme dans la société mycénienne,” in E. Lévy (ed.), La femme dans les sociétés antiques (          1983).      .

J. Chadwick, “The Women of Pylos,” in J-P. Olivier and T. G. Palaima (eds.), Texts, Tablets and Scribes  [Minos Supplement 10] (Salamanca 1988) 43-95.

K. Kopaka, “‘Women’s Arts – Men’s Crafts’? Towards a Framework for Approaching Gender Skills in the Prehistoric Aegean,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 521-    .

G. Nordquist, “Male Craft and Female Industry. Two Types of Production 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) 533-    .

B. A. Olsen, “Women, Children and the Family in the Late Aegean Bronze Age: Differences in Minoan and Mycenaean Constructions of Gender,” World Archaeology 29(1998) 380-392.

B. A. Olsen, Late Minoan Knossos and Late Helladic Pylos in the Linear B Tablets: Gender Construction and Cultural Difference in Two Late Bronze Age Palatial Centers (Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University 1999).

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