Lesson 26: Bibliography

Mycenaean and Late Cycladic Religion and Religious Architecture


 

Colloquia, Symposia, and Festschriften

I. Boehm and S. Müller-Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne (Lyon 2010).

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

A. Cohen and J. B. Rutter, Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy [Hesperia Supplement 41] (Princeton 2007).

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

R. Hägg (ed.), Peloponnesian Sanctuaries and Cults (Stockholm 2002).

R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981).

R. Hägg, N. Marinatos, and G. Nordquist (eds.), Early Greek Cult Practice (Göteborg 1988).

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

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

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

R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001).

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

T. Linders and B. Alroth (eds.), Economics of Cult in the Ancient Greek World [Boreas 21] (Uppsala 1992).

A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011).

A. Morpurgo Davies and Y. Duhoux (eds.), Linear B: A 1984 Survey (Louvain-la-Neuve 1985).

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

M. Wedde (ed.),  Celebrations: Sanctuaries and the Vestiges of Cult Activity [Papers from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 6] (Bergen 2004).

Ansichten griechischer Rituale: Geburtstag-Symposium für Walter Burkert (Stuttgart 1998).

 

Individual Works

C. Aamont, Priests and Priesthood in Mycenaean Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Nottingham 2006).

F. R. Adrados, “Les institutions religieuses mycéniennes,” in Acta Mycenaea (1972) 170-203.

G. Albers, Spätmykenische Stadtheiligtümer: Systematische Analyse und vergleichende Auswertung der archaologischen Befunde [BAR International Series 596] (Oxford 1994).

G. Albers, “Comparative Aspects of Regional Cult Structures of the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages in the East Mediterranean (Aegean, Cyprus, Levant-Palestine),” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo Congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996) II: 647-

662.

G. Albers, “Rethinking Mycenaean Sanctuaries,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 131-141.

G. Albers, “Neue Überlegungen zu dem Kultzentrum in Mykene,” in S. Böhm and K.-V. von Eickstedt (eds.), ITHAKE: Festschrift für Jörg Schäfer zum 75. Geburtstage am 25.April 2001 (Würzburg 2001) 45-51.

G. Albers, “Re-evaluating Mycenaean Sanctuaries,” in M. Wedde (ed.), Celebrations: Sanctuaries and the Vestiges of Cult Activity [Papers from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 6] (Bergen 2004) 111-149.

M. Andronikos, Totenkult [Archaeologica Homerica W] (Göttingen 1968).

C. M. Antonaccio, “Placing the Past: The Bronze Age in the Cultic Topography of Early Greece,” in  in S. Alcock and R. Osborne (eds.), Placing the Gods: The Landscape of Greek Sanctuaries (Oxford 1994) 79-104.

C. M. Antonaccio, An Archaeology of Ancestors. Tomb Cult and Hero Cult in Early Greece (Lanham 1995).

C. Antonelli, “I santuari micenei ed il mondo dell’economia,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), Politeia: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) II: 415-421.

C. Antonelli, “Dioniso: Una divinità micenea,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo Congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996) I: 169-176.

V. Aravantinos, “Mycenaean Thebes: Old Questions, New Answers,” in I. Boehm and S. Müller-Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne (Lyon 2010) 51-

R. Arnott, “Healing and Medicine in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Journal of Royal Society of Medicine 89(1996) 265-270.

L. Baumbach, “The Mycenaean Contribution to the Study of Greek Religion in the Bronze Age,” SMEA 20(1979) 143-160.

M. R. Belgiorno, “Iconografie cultuali e realtà archeologiche nell’orizzonte miceneo,” 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: 1365-1373.

L. M. Bendall, “The Economics of Potnia in the Linear B Documents: Palatial Support for Mycenaean Religion,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 445-452.

L. M. Bendall, Economics of Religion in the Mycenaean World. Resources Dedicated to Religion in the Mycenaean Palace Economy (Oxford 2007).

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.

B. Bergquist, “The Archaeology of Sacrifice: Minoan-Mycenaean vs. Greek,” in R. Hägg, N. Marinatos, and G. Nordquist (eds.), Early Greek Cult Practice (Göteborg 1988) 21-34.

B. Bergquist, “Bronze Age Sacrificial Koine in the Eastern Mediterranean? A Study of Animal Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East,” in J. Quaegebeuer, Ritual and Sacrifice in the Ancient Near East  [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 55] (Louvain 1993) 11-43.

A. M. Bignasca, I kernoi circolari in Oriente e in Occidente : strumenti di culto e immagini cosmiche  [Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis : Series Archaeologica 19]  (Göttingen 2000).

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.

C. Boëlle, “PO-TI-NI-JA à Mycènes,” Minos 27-28(1993) 283-301.

C. Boëlle, “PO-TI-NI-JA: Unité ou pluralité?,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 403-409.

C. Boëlle, “PO-TI-NI-JA . . . dans tous ses États,” in I. Boehm and S. Müller-Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne (Lyon 2010) 35-

E. Borgna, “Osservazioni su forme e luoghi del culto in età micenea,” Annuario 87 (series III, 9) (2009) 169-189.

E. Borgna, “From Minoan Crete to Mycenaean Greece and Beyond: The Dissemination of Ritual Practices and their Material Correlates in Ceremonial Architecture,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 137-151.

A. Brelich, “Religione micenea: osservazioni metodologiche,” Atti e memorie del primo Congresso internazionale di Micenologia (Rome 1968) 919-928.

C. Briault, “High Fidelity or Chinese Whispers? Cult Symbols and Ritual Transmission in the Bronze Age Aegean,” JMA 20(2007) 239-265.

H-G. Buchholz, “Zur religiösen Bedeutung mykenischer Siegel,” JPR 9(1995) 9-14.

R. J. Buck, “Mycenaean Human Sacrifice,” Minos 24(1989) 131-137.

S. L. Budin, Images of Woman and Child from the Bronze Age : Reconsidering Fertility, Maternity, and Gender in the Ancient World (Cambridge 2011).

E. Buschor and W. von Massow, “Vom Amyklaion,” AM 52(1927) 1-85.

P. Calligas, “From the Amyklaion,” in J. M. Sanders (ed.), PHILOLAKON: Lakonian Studies in Honour of Hector Catling (Oxford 1992) 31-48.

P. Carlier, “Palais et sanctuaires dans le monde mycénien,” in E. Lévy (ed.), Le système palatial en Orient, en Grèce et à Rome (Strasbourg 1987) 255-282.

M. E. Caskey, Keos II,1: The Temple at Ayia Irini: The Statues (Princeton 1986).

M. Caskey, “Ayia Irini: Temple Studies,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. J. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Athens 1998) 123-138.

P. Cassola Guida, “Le armi nel culto dei Micenei,” in Studi Triestini di Antichità in Onore di L. A. Stella (          1975) 93-106.

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

J. Chadwick, The Mycenaean World (Cambridge 1976) 84-101.

J. Chadwick, “What Do We Know about Mycenaean Religion?,” in A. Morpurgo Davies and Y. Duhoux (eds.), Linear B: A 1984 Survey (Louvain-la-Neuve 1985) 191-202.

J. N. Coldstream, Deities in Aegean Art before and after the Dark Age (London 1977).

M. B. Cosmopoulos, “Mycenaean Religion at Eleusis. The Architecture and Stratigraphy of Megaron B,” in M. B. Cosmopoulos (ed.), Greek Mysteries: The Archaeology and Ritual of Ancient Greek Secret Cults (London 2003) 1-24.

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.

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.

P. Darcque, “Les vestiges mycéniens découverts sous le Télésterion d’Eleusis,” BCH 105(1981) 593-605.

K. Demakopoulou, To mykenaïko iero sto Amyklaio kai e YE IIIC Periodos ste Lakonia (Athens 1982).

K. Demakopoulou, “A Mycenaean Ritual Vase from Trachones, Attica,” 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) 276-281.

K. Demakopoulou and N. Divari-Valakou, “Evidence for Cult Practice at Midea: Figures, Figurines and Ritual Objects,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 181-191.

B. C. Dietrich, “Uniformity and Change in Minoan and Mycenaean Religion,” Kernos 6(1993) 113-122.

V. Dubcová, “Götter ohne Grenzen? Transfer der religiösen Ikonographie in der Bronzezeit – Alter Orient und die frühe Ägäis,” Anodos. Studies of the Ancient World 10(2010) 103-116.

B. Eder, “Continuity of Bronze Age Cult at Olympia? The Evidence of the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Pottery,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 201-209.

R. C. S. Felsch, “Mykenischer Kult im Heiligtum bei Kalapodi?,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 81-89.

R. C. S. Felsch, “To mykenaïko iero sto Kalapodi: Latreia kai teletourgiko,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 163-170.

R. C. S. Felsch, “Opferhandlungen des Alltagslebens im Heiligtum der Artemis Elaphebolos von Hyampolis in den Phasen SH IIIC – Spätgeometrisch,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 193-199.

P. de Fidio, I Dosmoi Pilii a Poseidon. Una Terra Sacra di Età Micenea (Rome 1977).

P. de Fidio, “Potere politico e funzione del sacro nelle società micenee,” Mélanges P. Lévêque 4. Religion (1990) 151-171.

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

E. B. French, “Cult Places at Mycenae,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 41-48.

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 Mycenae Figures,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 275-276.

H. Gallet de Santerre, “Les statuettes de bronze au type dit du “Dieu Reshef” dans leur contexte égéen,” BCH 111(1987) 7-29.

C. Gallou, The Mycenaean Cult of the Dead [BAR International S1372] (Oxford 2005).

J. L. Garcia Ramon, “Espace religious, théonymes, épiclèses. À propos des nouveaux textes thébains,” in I. Boehm and S. Müller-Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne (Lyon 2010) 73-

E. Georgoulaki, “To mykenaïko iero sto Amyklaio. Epanexetase,” Lakonikai Spoudai 9(1988) 376-409.

M. Gérard-Rousseau, Les mentions religieuses dans les tablettes mycéniennes (Rome 1968).

G. Gilmour, “Aegean Sanctuaries and the Levant in the Late Bronze Age,” BSA 88(1993) 125-134.

L. Girella, “Vasi rituali con elementi miniaturizzati a Creta, in Egeo e nel Mediterraneo orientale alla fine dell’età del Bronzo. Indicatori archeologici ed etnici,” Creta Antica 3(2002) 167-216.

L. Godart, “Il Labirinto e la Potnia nei testi micenei,” Rendiconti dell’Accademia di Archeologia, Lettere e Belle Arti 50(1975) 141-152.

L. Godart, “Les sacrifices d’animaux dans les textes mycéniens,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy, S. Hiller, and O. Panagl (eds.), Floreant Studia Mycenaea  I-II (Vienna 1999) 249-254.

L. Godart, “I due scribi della tavoletta Tn 316,” Pasiphae 3(2009) 99-116.

L. Godart and A. Sacconi, “Les dieux thébains dans les archives mycéniennes,” CRAI (1996) 99-113.

L. Goodison, Death, Women and the Sun: Symbolism of Regeneration in Early Aegean Religion (London 1989).

E. Gorogianni, “Goddess, Lost Ancestors, and Dolls: A Cultural Biography of the Auia Irini Terracotta Statues,” Hesperia 80(2011) 635-655.

N. Guilleux, “La religion dans les nouvelles tablettes de Thèbes. Réflexions complémentaires,” in I. Boehm and S. Müller-Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne (Lyon 2010) 93-

J. Gulizio, “A-RE in the Linear B Tablets and the Continuity of the Cult of Ares in the Historical Period,” JPR 15(2001) 32-38.

G. Gulizio, K. Pluta, and T. G. Palaima, “Religion in the Room of the Chariot Tablets,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 453-461.

R. Hägg, “Mykenische Kultstätten im archäologischen Material,” OpAth 8(1968) 39-60.

R. Hägg, “Official and Popular Cults in Mycenaean Greece,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 35-39.

R. Hägg, “The House Sanctuary at Asine Revisited,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 91-94.

R. Hägg, “Mycenaean Religion: The Helladic and the Minoan Components,” in A. Morpurgo Davies and Y. Duhoux (eds.), Linear B: A 1984 Survey (Louvain-la-Neuve 1985) 203-225.

R. Hägg, “The Role of Libations in Mycenaean Ceremony and Cult,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 177-184.

R. Hägg, “Sanctuaries and Workshops in the Bronze Age Aegean,” in T. Linders and B. Alroth (eds.), Economics of Cult in the Ancient Greek World [Boreas 21] (Uppsala 1992) 29-32.

R. Hägg, “State and Religion in Mycenaean Greece,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, Politeia. Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) II: 387-391.

R. Hägg, “Did the Middle Helladic People Have Any Religion?,” Kernos 10(1997) 13-18.

R. Hägg, “The Religion of the Mycenaeans Twenty-Four Years after the Mycenological Congress in Rome,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996)   II: 599-612.

R. Hägg, “Ritual in Mycenaean Greece,” in Ansichten griechischer Rituale: Geburtstag-Symposium für Walter Burkert (Stuttgart 1998) 99-113.

R. Hägg, “Religious Processions in Mycenaean Greece,” 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) 143-147.

R. Hägg, “Some Reflections on the Sanctuary of Poseidon at Kalaureia in the Bronze Age,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 333-347.

Y. Hamilakis, “Animal Sacrifice and Mycenaean Societies: Preliminary Thoughts on the Zooarchaeological Evidence from the Sanctuary at Ag. Konstantinos Methana,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 249-256.

Y. Hamilakis, K. Harris, D. Mylona, T. Theodoropoulou, and E. Konsolaki, The Zooarchaeology of the Sanctuary Complex at Agios Konstantinos, Methana [forthcoming].

Y. Hamilakis and E. Konsolaki, “Pigs for the Gods: Burnt Animal Sacrifices as Embodied Rituals at a Mycenaean Sanctuary,” OJA 23(2004) 135-151.

C. Heitz, Burying the Palaces? Ideologies in the Shaft Grave Period [revised online version of MA thesis, University of Cambridge)

http://archiv.ub.uni-heidelberg.de/propylaeumdok/volltexte/2008/89/pdf/Heitz.pdf

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

S. Hiller, "Mykenische Heiligtümer: Das Zeugnis der Linear-B Texte," in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 95-125.

S. Hiller, "Tempelwirtschaft im mykenischen Griechenland," Archiv für Orientforschung 19(1982) 94-104.

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

S. Hood, “A Mycenaean Horns of Consecration,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan A (Athens 1986) 148-151.

J. Hooker, “Cult Personnel in the Linear B. Texts from Pylos,” in M. Beard and J. North (eds.), Pagan Priests (London 1990) 159-174.

D. D. Hughes, Human Sacrifice in Ancient Greece (London/New York 1991).

V. Isaakidou, P. Halstead, J. Davis, and S. Stocker, “Burnt Animal Sacrifice at the Mycenaean ‘Palace of Nestor’, Pylos,” Antiquity 76(2002) 86-92.

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.

K. Kilian, “Zeugnisse mykenische Kultausübung in Tiryns,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 49-58.

K. Kilian, “Patterns in the Cult Activity in the Mycenaean Argolid: Hagia Triada (Klenies), the Profitis Elias Cave (Haghios Hadrianos) and the Citadel of Tiryns,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 185-197.

K. Kilian, “Mykenische Heiligtümer der Peloponnes,” in H. Froning, T. Hölscher, and H. Mielsch (eds.), Kotinos: Festschrift für Erika Simon (Mainz 1992) 10-25.

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

J. Killen, “Piety Begins at Home,” in P. Ilievski and L Crepajac (eds.), Tractata Mycenaea (Skopje 1987) 163-177.

J. T. Killen, “Religion at Pylos: The Evidence of the Fn Tablets,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 435-443.

R. B. Koehl, “The Functions of Aegean Bronze Age Rhyta,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981)179-187.

E. Konsolaki, “A Mycenaean Sanctuary on Methana,” in R. Hägg (ed.), Peloponnesian Sanctuaries and Cults (Stockholm 2002) 25-36.

E. Konsolaki-Yannopoulou, “New Evidence for the Practice of Libations in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 213-220.

E. Konsolaki, “Mycenaean Religious Architecture: The Archaeological Evidence from Ayios Konstantinos, Methana,” in M. Wedde (ed.),  Celebrations: Sanctuaries and the Vestiges of Cult Activity [Papers from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 6] (Athens 2004) 61-94.

L. Kontorli-Papadopoulou, Aegean Frescoes of Religious Character [SIMA 117] (Göteborg 1996).

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.

K. Kopaka, “A Day in Potnia’s Life. Aspects of Potnia and Reflected ‘Mistress’ Activities in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 15-27.

I. Kritsele-Provide, Toichographies tou threskeutikou Kentrou ton Mykenon (Athens 1982).

O. H. Krxsyzkowska, “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.

E. Kyriakidis, “The Economics of Potnia: Storage in ‘Temples’ of Prehistoric Greece,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 123-129.

A. K. Kyrou, “E Amphiktionia tes Kalaureias: Aparches kai exelixe enos panarchaiou thesmou,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias touj Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 349-362.

R. Laffineur, “Fécondité et pratiques funéraires en Égée à l’âge du Bronze,” in Archaeology and Fertility Cult in the Ancient Mediterranean (1986) 79-96.

R. Laffineur, “Weitere Beiträge zur Symbolik im mykenischen Bestattungsritual,” in Kolloquium zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte (Mannheim 1987) 125-132.

V. Lambrinoudakis, “Remains of the Mycenaean Period in the Sanctuary of Apollo Maleatas,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 59-65.

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