Lesson 27: Bibliography

Troy VII and the Historicity of the Trojan War


Troy VII and the Trojan War

 

Colloquia, Symposia, Exhibition Catalogues, and Festschrifts

R. Aslan, S. Blum, G. Kastl, and D. Thumm (eds.), Mauerschau: Festschrift für M. Korfmann I (Remshalden-Grünbach 2002).

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

H.-J. Behr, G. Biegel, and H. Castritius (eds.), Troia: Ein Mythos in Geschichte und Rezeption (Braunschweig 2002).

D. Boedeker (ed.), “The World of Troy,”  CW 91:5 (1998) 331-413.

G. Burzacchini (ed.), Troia tra realtà e leggenda (Parma 2005) .

O. Carruba, M Giorgeri, and C. Mora (eds.), Atti del II Congresso Internazionale di Hiititologia (Pavia 1995).

J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer. A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995).

J. P. Crielaard (ed.), Homeric Questions (Amsterdam 1995).

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

B. Fischer, H. Genz, E. Jean, and K. Köroglu (eds.), Identifying Changes: The Transition from Bronze to Iron Ages in Anatolia and its Neighbouring Regions (Istanbul 2003).

A. Fletcher and A. M. Greaves (eds.), Transanatolia: Proceedings of the Conference Held at the British Museum, 31 March to 1 April 2006 [AS 57] (London 2007).

L. Foxhall and J. K. Davies (eds.), The Trojan War: Its Historicity and Context (Bristol 1984).

M. Korfmann et al., Troia – Traum und Wirklichkeit [Wissenschaftlicher Begleitband zur Troia-Ausstellung Stuttgart] (Stuttgart 2001).

M. Korfmann (ed.), Troia. Archäologie eines Siedlunghügels und seiner Landschaft (Mainz 2006).

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

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

M. J. Mellink (ed.), Troy and the Trojan War (Bryn Mawr 1986).

D. P. Mielke, U.-D. Schoop, and J. Seeheer (eds.), Struktierung und Datierung in der hethitischen Archäologie: Voraussetzungen, Probleme, neue Ansätze [Byzas 4] (Istanbul 2006).

S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007).

C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003).

 

Troy VII: The History of Excavations at Troy: Excavators and their Critics

S. H. Allen, “‘Finding the Walls of Troy’: Frank Calvert, Excavator,” AJA 99(1995) 379-407.

S. H. Allen, Finding the Walls of Troy: Frank Calvert and Heinrich Schliemann at Hisarlik (Berkeley 1998).

M. Basedow, “Troy without Homer: The Bronze Age – Iron Age Transition in the Troad,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 49-58.

D. F. Easton, J. D. Hawkins, A. G. Sherratt, and E. S. Sherratt, “Troy in Recent Perspective,” AS 52(2002) 75-109.

M. I. Finley, “Schliemann’s Troy: One Hundred Years After,” Proceedings of the British Academy 60(1974) 393-412.

D. Hertel, “Schliemann’s These vom Fortleben Troias in den ‘Darjk Ages’ im Lichte neuer Forschungsergebnisse,” Studia Troica 1(1991) 131-144.

D. Hertel, Troia. Archäologie, Geschichte, Mythos (Munich 2001).

D. Hertel, Die Mauern von Troia (     2003).

D. Hertel, “Die Gleichsetzung einer archäologischen Schicht von Troia mit dem homerischen Ilios,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troia. Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 85-104.

D. Hertel and F. Kolb, “Troy in Clearer Perspective,” AS 53(2003) 71-88.

P. Jablonka and C. B. Rose, “Late Bronze Age Troy: A Response to Frank Kolb,” AJA 108(2004) 615-630.

F. Kolb, “Ein neuer Troia-Mythos? Traum und Wirklichkeit auf dem Grabungshügel von Hisarlik,” in H.-J. Behr, G. Biegel, and H. Castritius (eds.), Troia: Ein Mythos in Geschichte und Rezeption (Braunschweig 2002) 8-40.

F. Kolb, “Troy VI: A Trading Center and Commercial City?,” AJA 108(2004) 577-613.

D. A. Traill, “J. G. von Hahn’s Report of his Excavations at Balli Dag in 1864: The Finlay Translation,” BSA 92(1997) 169-189.

J. C. Wright, “The Place of Troy among the Civilizations of the Bronze Age,” CW 91:5 (1998) 356-368.

 

Troy VII: Excavation Reports

[for Korfmann's annual reports in Studia Troica on excavations since 1990, see under  "Western Anatolia and the Eastern Aegean in the Early Bronze Age" (Lesson #7)]

M. A. Basedow, Besik-Tepe. Das spätbronzezeitliche Gräberfeld [Studia Troica Monographien 1] (Mainz 2000).

M. Basedow, “Troy without Homer: The Bronze Age – Iron Age Transition in the Troad,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 49-58.

R. Becks, W. Rigter, and P. Hnila, “Das Terrassenhaus im westlichen Unterdtadtviertel von Troia,” Studia Troica 16(2006) 27-88.

C. W. Blegen, Troy and the Trojans (London 1963).

C. W. Blegen, C. G. Boulter, J. L. Caskey, and M. Rawson, Troy IV: The Seventh Settlement (Princeton 1958).

W. Dörpfeld, Troia 1893. Bericht über die im Jahre 1893 in Troia veranstalteten Ausgrabungen (Leipzig 1894).

W. Dörpfeld, Troja und Ilion (Athens 1902).

D. F. Easton, Schliemann’s Excavations at Troia 1870-1873 (Mainz-am-Rhein 2002).

D. Koppenhöfer, “Troia VII – Versuch einer Zusammenschau einschliesslich der Ergebnisse des Jahres 1995,” Studia Troica 7(1997) 295-353.

M. Korfmann, “Die prähistorische Besiedlung südlich der Burg Troia VI/VII,” Studia Troica 2(1992) 123-146.

M. Korfmann, “Troia: A  Residential and Trading City at the Dardanelles,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, Politeia: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) I: 173-183.

M. Korfmann, “The Citadel and the Lower City of Troia at the Dardanelles. City of War and Peace Where Seas and Continents Meet,” in Y. Sey (ed.), Housing and Settlement in Anatolia. A Historical Perspective (Istanbul 1996) 83-98.

M. Korfmann, “Das homerische Troia war grösser. Ergebnisse der Grabungen 1988-96,” in H. D. Galter (ed.), Troia, Mythen und Archäologie (Graz 1997) 67-95.

M. Korfmann, “Troia, an Ancient Anatolian Palatial and Trading Center: Archaeological Evidence for the Period of Troia VI/VII,” CW 91:5 (1998) 369-385.

M. Korfmann, “Die Trojanische Hochkultur (Troia VI und VIIa). Eine Kultur Anatoliens,” in E. Latacz et al. (eds.), Troia – Traum und Wirklichkeit (Stuttgart 2001) 395-406.

M. Korfmann, “Die Arbeiten in Troia/Wilusa 2001 – Work in Troia/Wilusa,” Studia Troica 12(2002) 1-34.

M. Korfmann and D. Mannsperger, Troia: ein historischer Überblick und Rundgang (Stuttgart 1998).

H. Schliemann, Troy and its Remains (P. Smith, ed.; trans. D. Schmitz) (London 1875).

H. Schliemann, Troja: Results of the Latest Researches and Discoveries on the Site of Homer’s Troy (London 1884).

H. Schliemann, Bericht über die Ausgrabungen in Troja im Jahre 1890 (Leipzig 1891).

 

Troy VII: Topography

R. Aslan, G. Bioeg, et al., “Die Mittel- bis Spätbronzezeitliche Besiedlung (Troia VI und VIIa) derTroas und der Gelibolu-Halbinsel,” Studia Troicaq 13(2003) 168-189.

J. Bintliff, “Troia und seine Paläolandschaften,” in E. Olshausen and H. Sonnabend (eds.), Stuttgarter Kolloquium zur Historischen Geographie des Altertums (Bonn 1991) 83-131.

A. Brückner, “Das Schlachtfeld vor Troja,” AA (1912) 616-633.

A. Brückner, “Forschungsaufgaben in der Troas,” AA (1925) 230-248.

J. M. Cook, The Troad: An Archaeological and Topographical Study (Oxford 1973).

I. Kayan, “Late Holocene Sea-level Changes on the Western Anatolian Coast,” Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 68(1988) 205-218.

I. Kayan, “Holocene Geomorphic Evolution of the Besik Plain and Changing Environment of Ancient Man,” Studia Troica 1(1991) 79-92.

I. Kayan, “The Troia Bay and Supposed Harbour Sites in the Bronze Age,” Studia Troica 5(1995) 211-235.

M. Korfmann, “Troy: Topography and Navigation,” in M. J. Mellink (ed.), Troy and the Trojan War (Bryn Mawr 1986) 1-16.

J. C. Kraft, “Geomorphic Reconstructions in the Environs of Ancient Troy,” Science 209(1980) 776-782.

J. C. Kraft, “Harbor Areas at Ancient Troy: Sedimentology and Geomorphology Complement Homer’s Iliad,” Geology 31(2003) 163-166.

J. C. Kraft, I. Kayan, and O. Erol, “Geology and Palaeogeographic Reconstructions of the Vicinity of Troy,” in Troy Supplementary Monograph 4 (Cincinnati 1982) 11-40.

W. Leaf, Troy: A Study in Homeric Geography (London 1912).

J. V. Luce, Celebrating Homer’s Landscapes: Troy and Ithaca Revisited (New Haven 1998) 111-126.

P. Malfas, “Trojan Plain and Homeric Topography,” History of Mechanism and Machine Science 6(2009) 415-431.

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

G. Rapp and J. Gifford (eds.), Troy Supplementary Monograph 4: The Archaeological Geography (Princeton 1982).

E. Zangger, Ein neuer Kampf um Troia. Archäologie in der Krise (Munich 1994).

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

 

Troy VII: Pottery

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 (Pd. D. dissertation, Oxford University 1963).

R.Becks, “Troia VII: the Transition from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age,” in B. Fischer, H. Genz, É. Jean, K. Köroglu (eds.), Identifying Changes: The Transition from Bronze to Iron Ages in Anatolia and its Neighboring Regions (Istanbul 2003) 41-53.

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

R. Catling, “The Typology of the Protogeometric and Subprotogeometric Pottery from Troia and its Aegean Context,” Studia Troica 8(1998) 151-87.

M. Guzowska, I. Kuleff, E. Pernicka, and M. Satir, “On the Origin of Coarse Wares of Troy VII,” in Troia and the Troad, Scientific Approaches. Acts of the International Symposium “Lebesraum Troia zwischen Erdgeschichte und Kultur, 2-5 April 2001”  (Istanbul 2003) 233-249.

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.

P. Hnila, Pottery of Troy VIIB. Chronology, Classification, Context and Implicationsof Trojan Ceramic Assemblages in the Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age Transition (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tübingen 2009, 2012).  [http://tobias-lib.uni-tuebingen.de/frontdoor.php?source_opus=6229&la=de]

O. Knacke-Loy, Isotopengeochemische, chemische und petrographische Untersuchungen zur Herkunftbestimmung der bronzezeitlichen Keramik von Troia [Heidelberger Gewissenschaftliche Abhandlungen 77] (Heidelberg 1994).

D. Lenz, F. Ruppenstein, M. Baumann, and R. Catling, “Protogeometric Pottery at Troia,” Studia Troica 8(1998) 189-222.

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 and P. Pavuk, “Provenance of the Grey and Tan Wares from Troia, Cyprus, and the Levant,” Studia Troica 17(2007) 25-41.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Local Mycenaean Pottery at Troia,” Studia Troica 7(1997) 259-267.

P. A. Mountjoy, “A Trojan Mycenaean Pictorial Krater,” Studia Troica 7(1997) 269-274.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Troia VII Reconsidered,” Studia Troica 9(1999) 295-346.

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

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

P. Pavuk, “Troia VI and VIIa. The Blegen Pottery Shapes: Towards a Typology,” Studia Troica 12(2002) 35-71.

P. Pavuk, “Pottery Processing at Troy. Typology, Stratigraphy and Correspondence Analysis: How Do They Work Together?,” in B. Horejs, R. Jung, and P. Pavuk (eds.), Analysing Pottery. Processing – Classification – Publication (Bratislava 2010) 73-98.

P. Pavuk and W. Rigter, “Goblets, Schüsseln und Kratere – Die Keramik der Perioden Troia VI und VIIa,” in M. O. Korfmann (ed.), Troia. Archäologie eines Siedlungshügels und  seiner Landschaft (Mainz 2006) 231-240.

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).

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. Stefanovich, “The Possible Origins of the Knobbed Ware of Troy VIIB2,” in Primus Congressus Studiorum Thraciorum: Thracia 3 (Sofia 1974) 101-106.

 

Troy VII: Miscellaneous Finds

K. Balfanz, “Eine spätbronzezeitliche Elfenbeinspindel aus Troia VIIa,” Studia Troica 5(1995) 107-116.

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

M. Guzowska and R. Becks, “Who Was Weaving at Troia? On the Aegean Style Loomweights in Troia VI and VIIa,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 279-286.

M. Guzowska, R. Becks, and E. Andersson Strand, “’She Was Weaving a Great Web.’ Textiles in Troia,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 107-112.

J. D. Hawkins and D. F. Easton, “A Hieroglyphic Seal from Troia,” Studia Troica 6(1996) 111-118.

M. Mellink and D. Strahan, “The Bronze Figurine from Troia VIIa,” Studia Troica 8(1998) 141-149.

P. Pavuk, “Of Spools and Discoid Loom-Weights: Aegean-type Weaving at Troy Revisited,” in M.-L. Nosch and R. Laffineur (eds.), KOSMOS: Jewellery, Adornment and Textiles in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 33] (Leuven/Liège 2012) 121-130.

J. Zurbach, “Schriftähnliche Zeichen und Töpferzeichen in Troia,” Studia Troica 13(2003) 113-130.

 

The Trojan War: Did It Take Place or Not?

M. Benzi, “Anatolia and the Eastern Aegean at the Time of the Trojan War,” in F. Montanari (ed.), Omero Tremila Anni Dopo [Storia e Letteratura: Raccolta di Studi e Testi 210] (Rome 2002) 343-404, esp. 345-355.

M. Benzi, “La guerra di Troia, le fonti ittite e l’archeologia dell’Anatolia occidentale,” in G. Burzacchini (ed.), Troia tra realtà e leggenda (Parma 2005) 47-81.

M. Benzi, “La guerre fantôme. La guerre de Troie dans une perspective archéologique,” in M. Fartzoff, M. Faudot, E. Geny, and M.-R.Guelfucci (eds.), Reconstruire Troie.Permanence et Renaissance d’une Cité Emblématique (Besançon 2009) 445-468.

R. Bichler, “Die Datierung des troianischen Kriegs als Problem der griechischen Historie,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 349-367.

E. H. Cline, “Achilles in Anatolia: Myth, History and the Assuwa Rebellion,” in G. D. Young, M. W. Chavalas, and R. E. Averbeck (eds.), Crossing Boundaries and Linking Horizons: Studies in Honor of Michael C. Astour on his 80th Birthday (Bethesda 1997) 189-210.

J. Cobet, “Gab es den trojanischen Krieg?,” Antike Welt 14:4(1983) 39-58.

J. Cobet, “Vom Text zur Ruine. Die Geschichte der Troia-Diskussion,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 19-38.

M. Coindoz, “Guerre de Troie: réalité ou fiction,” Anatolica 9(1982) 77-121.

D. Easton, “Has the Trojan War Been Found?,” Antiquity 59(1985) 188-195.

B. Eder, “Noch einmal: der homerische Schiffskatalog,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 287-308.

M. I. Finley, “Lost: the Trojan War,” in Aspects of Antiquity: Discoveries and Controversies (New York 1969) 24-37.

M. I. Finley, J. L. Caskey, G. S. Kirk, and D. L. Page, “The Trojan War,” JHS 84(1964) 1-20.

I. Hajnal, “Uilusa – Taruisa. Sprachwissenschaftliche Nachbetrachtungen zum Beitrag von Susanne Heinhold-Krahmer,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 169-173.

I. Hajnal, “Der epische Hexameter im Rahmen der Homer-Troia-Debatte,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 217-231.

R. Hanchmann, “Hissarlik und das Troja Homers” in Vorderasiatische Archäologische Studien und Aufsätze. Festschrift A. Moortgat (Berlin 1964) 95-112.

B. Hänsel, “Troia im Tausch- und Handelsverkehr der Ägäis oder Troia ein Handelsplatz?,” iin C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 105-119.

O. Hansen, “KUB XXIII.13: A Possible Contemporary Bronze Age Source for the Sack of Troy/Hisarlik,” BSA 92(1997) 165-167.

S. Heinhold-Krahmer, “Zur Gleichsetzung der Namen Ilios-Wilusa und Troia-Taruisa,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 146-168.

S. Heinhold-Krahmer, “Ahhiyawa – Land der homerischen Achäer im Krieg mit Wilusa?,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 193-214.

S. Heinhold-Krahmer, “Ist die Identität von Ilios mit Wilusa endgultig erwiesen?,” SMEA 46(2004) 29-57.

D. Hertel, “Die Gleichsetzung einer archäologischen Schicht von Troia mit dem homerischen Ilios,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 85-104.

S. Hiller, “Two Trojan Wars? On the Destructions of Troy VIh and VIIa,” Studia Troica 1(1991) 145-154.

F. Kolb, “War Troia eine Stadt?,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 120-145.

J. Latacz, Troy and Homer: Towards a Solution of an Old Mystery (Oxford 2004).

[reviewed by J. T. Katz in JAOS (2005) 422-425.

C. B. Mee, "The Mycenaeans and Troy," in L. Foxhall and J. K. Davies (eds.), The Trojan War: Its Historicity and Context (Bristol 1984) 45-56.

M. Meier-Brügger, “Die homerische Kunstsprache,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 232-244.

E. Meyer, "Gab es ein Troia?," Grazer Beiträge 4(1975) 155-169.

D. Page, "The Historical Sack of Troy," Antiquity 33(1959) 25-31.

D. L. Page, History and the Homeric Iliad (Berkeley 1959).

B. Patzek, “Die homerischen Epen im Spiegel ihrer geschichtlichen Tradition: Oral Poetry und Oral Tradition,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 245-261.

K. Raaflaub, "Homer, the Trojan War, and History," CW 91:5 (1998) 386-403.

K. Raaflaub, “Die Bedeutung der Dark Ages: Mykene, Troia und die Griechen,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 309-329.

R. Rollinger, “Homer, Anatolien und die Levante: Die Frage der Beziehungen zu den östlichen Nachbarkulturen im Spiegel der schhriftlichen Quellen,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 330-348.

F. Schachermeyr, "Zweimal Trojanischer Krieg," in Die Levante im Zeitalter der Wanderungen vom 13. bis zum 11. Jahrhunderts v. Chr. [Die ägäische Frühzeit 5] (Vienna 1982) 93-112.

S. Sherratt, “The Trojan War: History or Bricolage?,” BICS 53:2(2010) 1-18.

U. Sinn, “Archäologischer Befund – Literarische Überlieferung: Möglichkeit und Grenzen der Interpretation,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 39-61.

J. Sperling, “The Last Phase of Troy VI and Mycenaean Expansion,” Studia Troica 1(1991) 155-158.

F. Starke, “Troia in Kontext des historisch-politischen Umfeldes Kleinasien im 2.Jahrtausend,” Studia Troica 7(1997) 447-487.

F. Starke, “Troia in Machtgefüge des 2. Jahrtausends v.Chr.,” in M. Korfmann et al., Troia – Traum und Wirklichkeit [Wissenschaftlicher Begleitband zur Troia-Ausstellung Stuttgart] (Stuttgart 2001) 34-45.

C. Ulf, “Was ist und was will ‘Heldenepik’: Bewahrung der Vergangenheit oder Orientierung für Gegenwart und Zukunft?,” in C. Ulf (ed.), Der neue Streit um Troja: Eine Bilanz (Munich 2003) 262-284.

J. Vanschoonwinkel, “La réalité archéologique de la guerre de Troie,” in L. Isebaert and R. Lebrun (eds.), Quaestiones Homericae: Acta Colloquii Namurcensis (Namur 1998) 231-252.

M. Wood, In Search of the Trojan War (London 1985).

 

The Trojan War: Chronological Concerns

E. F. Bloedow, “The Trojan War and Late Helladic IIIC,” PZ 63(1988) 23-52.

W. Burkert, “Lydia between East and West or How to Date the Trojan War: A Study in Herodotus,” in J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer. A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995) 139-148.

L. Derwa, “A propos de la date de la guerre de Troie,” RHA 22/74(1964) 67-86.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The East Aegean – West Anatolian Interface in the Late Bronze Age,” BICS 42(1998) 228-230.

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, “The Destruction of Troia VIh,” Studia Troica 9(1999) 253-293.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Troia VII Reconsidered,” Studia Troica 9(1999) 295-346.

G. E. Mylonas, “Priam’s Troy and the Date of its Fall,” Hesperia 33(1964) 352-380.

C. Nylander, “The Fall of Troy,” Antiquity 37(1963) 6-11.

C. Podzuweit, “Die mykenische Welt und Troja,” in B. Hänsel (ed.), Südosteuropa zwischen 1600 und 1000 v. Chr. (Berlin 1982) 65-88.

 

The Mythology of Troy’s Sack by the Achaeans

J. K. Anderson, “The Geometric Catalogue of the Ships,” in J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer. A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995) 181-191.

P. B. S. Andrewes, “The Falls of Troy in Greek Tradition,” Greece and Rome 12(1965) 28-37.

W. Burkert, Structure and History in Greek Mythology and Ritual (Berkeley 1979).

R. Carpenter, Folk Tale, Fiction and Saga in the Homeric Epics (Berkeley 1946).

R. Drews, “Argos and Argives in the Iliad,” Classical Philology 74(1979) 111-135.

D. Fehling, Die ursprüngliche Geschichte vom Fall Trojas, oder Interpretationen zur Troja-Geschichte (Innsbruck 1991).

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S. Hood, “The Bronze Age Context of Homer,” in J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer: A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995) 25-32.

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Trojan Linguistic Concerns and Possible Luwian Connections

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Troy and Europe

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Troy in the Dark Ages

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C. B. Rose, “Separating Fact from Fiction in the Aiolian Migration,” Hesperia 77(2008) 399-430.

 

The Mycenaeans and Anatolia, Aegean Relationships with the Hittites, and the Ahhiyawa Question

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H. Genz, “Eine mykenische Scherbe aus Bogazköy,” AA (2004) 77-84.

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S. P. Morris, “Potnia Aswiya: Anatolian Contributions to Greek Religion,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 423-434.

P. Mountjoy, “The East Aegean – West Anatolian Interface in the Late Bronze Age,” BICS 42(1997-98) 228-230.

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

P. Mountjoy, “Miletos: A Note,” BSA 99(2004) 189-200.

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

T. Mühlenbruch, “Sie Synchronisierung der nördlichen Levante und Kilikiens mit der ägäischen Spätbronzezeit,” Ägypten und Levante 17(2007) 241-255.

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S. Müller Celka, “Évaluation de l’élément mycénien en Asie Mineure à travers les doinnées funéraires,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 247-258.

B. and W-D. Niemeier, “Milet 1994-1995. Projekt ‘Minoisch-mykenisches bis protogeometrisches Milet’: Zielsetzung und Grabungen auf dem Stadionhügel und am Athenatempel,” AA (1997) 189-248.

B. and W.-D. Niemeier, “The Minoans of Miletus,” 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) 543-554.

W-D. Niemeier, “The Mycenaeans in Western Anatolia and the Problem of the Origins of the Sea Peoples,” in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998) 17-65.

W.-D. Niemeier, “Mycenaeans and Hittites in War in Western Asia Minor,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 141-155.

W.-D. Niemeier, “The Minoans and Mycenaeans in Western Asia Minor: Settlement, Emporia, or Acculturation,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 199-204.

H. Nowicki, “Zum Herrschernamen auf dem sogenannten ‘Tarkondemos’-Siegel,” in Serta Indogermanica. Festschrift Günter Neumann (Innsbruck 1982) 227-232.

H. Otten, “Zur Lokalisierung von Arzawa und Luykka,” JCS 15(1961) 112-113.

H. Otten, Die Bronzetafel aus Bogazköy. Ein Staatsvertrag Tuthaliyas IV (Wiesbaden 1988).

H. Otten, “Die 1986 in Bogazköyt gefundene Bronzetafel 1. Ein hethitischer Staatsvertrag des 13.Jh. v. Chr.,” Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft 42(1989) 7-20.

M. Özdogan, “Amidst Mesopotamia-centric and Euro-centric Approaches: The Changing Role of the Anatolian Peninsula between the East and the West,” in A. Fletcher and A. M. Greaves (eds.), Transanatolia: Proceedings of the Conference Held at the British Museum, 31 March to 1 April 2006 [AS 57] (London 2007) 17-24.

C. Özgünel, “Bati Anadolu ve içerlerinde Miken etkinlikleri,” Belleten 47(1983) 697-743.

C. Özgünel, “Selçuk Arkeoloji Müzesinde saklanen Miken pyxisi ve düsündürdükleri,” Belleten 51(1987) 535-547.

C. Özgünel, Mykenische Keramik in Anatolien  [Asia Minor Studien 23] (Bonn 1996).

V. Parker, “Bemerkungen zur mittelhethitschen Geschichte: Madduwattas und seine Zeit,” Klio 78(1996) 7-27.

V. Parker, “Die Aktivitäten der Mykenäer in der Ostägäis im Lichte der Linear B Tafeln,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy, S. Hiller, O. Panagl, G. Nightingale, and T. Lindner (eds.), Floreant Studia Mycenaea (Vienna 1999) 495-502.

P. Pavúk, “Aegeans and Anatolians. A Trojan Perspective,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 269-277.

M. Poetto, L’iscrizione luvio-geroglifica di Yalburt: Nuove acquisizioni relative alla geografia dell’Anatolia sud-occidentale  [Studia Mediterranea 8] (Pavia 1993).

N. Postgate and D. Thomas (eds.), Excavations at Kilise Tepe 1994-98: From Bronze Age to Byzantine in Western Cilicia [British Institute at Ankara Monograph 30]  (Cambridge 2007).

J. Puhvel, “An Anatolian Turn of Phrase in the Iliad,” AJP 109(1988) 591-593.

L. Re, “Presenze micenee in Anatolia,” in M. Marazzi, S. Tusa, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Traffici micenei nel mediterraneo: Problemi storici e documentazione archeologica (Naples 1986) 343-364.

L. Re, “Le importazioni micenee in Anatolia,” in M. Marazzi (ed.), La Società Micenea (Rome 1994) 444-457.

L. Re, “Testimonianze micenee in Anatolia,” in M. Marazzi (ed.), L’Anatolia hittita. Repertori archeologici ed epigrafici (Rome 1986) 142-194.

E. P. Rossner, Die hethitischen Felsreliefs in der Türkei [2nd edition] (1988).

J. B. Rutter, “Southwestern Anatolian Pottery from Late Minoan Crete: Evidence for Direct Contacts between Arzawa and Keftiu?,” in M. H. Wiener, J. L. Warner, J. Polonsky, and E. E. Hayes (eds.), Pottery and Society: The Impact of Recent Studies in Minoan Pottery [Gold Medal Colloquium in Honor of Philip P. Betancourt](Boston 2006) 138-153.

M. Salvini and L. Vagnetti, “Una spada di tipo egeo da Bogazköy,” PdP 276(1994) 215-236.

E. Scafa,” Micenei e Hittiti a confronto nel Mediterraneo Orientale,” in O. Carruba, M Giorgeri, and C. Mora

(eds.), Atti del II Congresso Internazionale di Hiititologia (Pavia 1995)  333-344.

F. Schachermeyr, Mykene und das Hethiterreich (Vienna 1986).

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

I. Singer, “Western Anatolia in the Thirteenth Century B.C. According to the Hittite Sources,” AS 33(1983) 205-217.

I. Singer, “A Concise History of Amurru,” in S. Izre’el, Amurru Akkadian: A Linguistic Study II (Atlanta 1991) 134-195.

I. Singer, “A Political History of Ugarit,” in W. G. E. Watson and N. Wyatt (eds.), Handbook of Ugaritic Studies (Leiden 1999) 603-733.

I. Singer, “Ships Bound for Lukka: A New Interpretation of the Companion Letters RS 94.2430 and RS.2523,” Altorientalische Forschungen 33(2006) 242-262.

I. Singer, “Ahhiyawans Bearing Gifts,” in A. Teffeteller (ed.), Proceedings of the Workshop “Mycenaeans and Anatolians in the Late Bronze Age: The Ahhiyawa Question [Montreal, January 2006)].

F. Sommer, Die Ahhiyava-Urkunden (Munich 1932).

F. Starke, “Troia in Kontext des historisch-politischen Umfeldes Kleinasien im 2.Jahrtausend,” Studia Troica 7(1997) 447-487.

G. Steiner, “Die Ahhiyawa-Frage Heute,” Saeculum 15(1964) 365-392.

G. Steiner, “‘Schiffe von Ahhijawa’ oder ‘Kriegschiffe’ von Amurru im Sauskamuwa-Vertrag?,” Ugarit-Forschungen 21(1989) 393-411.

G. Steiner, “Die historische Rolle der ‘Lukka’,” in Akten des II internationalen Lykien-Symposions, Wien 6.-12. Mai 1990 (Vienna 1993) 123-137.

U. Thaler, “Ahhiyawa and Hatti: Palatial Perspectives,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 291-323.

D. Thompson, “At the Crossroads: Prehistoric Settlement in the Maeander Valley,” in A. Fletcher and A. M. Greaves (eds.), Transanatolia: Proceedings of the Conference Held at the British Museum, 31 March to 1 April 2006 [AS 57] (London 2007) 87-99.

A. Ünal, “Two Peoples on Both Sides of the Aegean Sea: Did the Achaeans and Hittites Know Each Other?,” in Prince Takahito Mikasa (ed.), Essays on Ancient Anatolian and Syrian Studies in the 2nd and 1st Millennia B.C. [Bulletin of the Middle Eastern Culture Center in Japan 4] (1991) 16-44.

A. Ünal, A. Ertekin, and I. Ediz, “The Hittite Sword from Bogazköy-Hattusa Found in 1991 and its Akkadian Inscription,” Müze 4(1991) 46-52.

W. Voigtländer, “Funde aus der Insula estlich des Buleuterion in Milet,” Ist Mitt 32(1982) 30-173.

W. Voigtländer, “Frühe Funde vom Killiktepe bei Milet,” IstMitt 33(1983) 5-39.

W. Voigtländer, “Umrisse eines vor- und frühgeschichlichen Zentrums an der Karisch-Ionischen Küste,” AA (1986) 613-667.

W. Voigtländer, “Milets Beziehungen zur Argolis in späthelladischer Zeit,” in W. Müller-Wiener (ed.), Milet 1899-1980. Ergebnisse, Probleme und Perspektiven einer Ausgrabung (Frankfurt 1986) 17-34.

W. Voigtländer, “Akbuk-Teichiussa,” AA (1988) 567-625.

C. Weickert, “Grabungen in Milet 1938,” Bericht über den VI internationalen Kongress für Archäologie (Berlin 1940) 325-332.

C. Weickert, “Die Ausgrabung beim Athena-Tempel in Milet 1955,” IstMitt 7(1957) 102-132.

C. Weickert, P. Hommel, G. Kleiner, A. Mallwitz, and W. Schiering, “Die Ausgrabung beim Athena-Tempel in Milet 1957 – III. Der Westabschnitt,” IstMitt 9-10(1960) 1-96.

M. H. Wiener, “Locating Ahhiyawa,” in D. Danielidou (ed.), DORON: Timetikos Tomos gia ton Kathegete Spyro Iakovide (Athens 2009) 701-715.

R. Yagci, “The Stratigraphy of Cypriot WS II and Mycenaean Cups in Soli Höyük Excavations,” in B. Fischer, H. Genz, E. Jean, and K. Köroglu (eds.), Identifying Changes: The Transition from Bronze to Iron Ages in Anatolia and its Neighbouring Regions (Istanbul 2003) 93-106.

J. Yakar, “Hittite Involvement in Western Anatolia,” AS 26(1976) 117-128.

J. Zurbach, “L’Ionie à l’époque mycénienne: essai be bilan historique,” REA 108(2006) 271-299.

 

The Antiquity of the Greek Epic Tradition

K. Atchity and E. J. W. Barber, “Greek Princes and Aegean Princesses: The Role of Women in the Homeric Poems,” in K. Atchity, with R. Hogart and D. Price (eds.), Critical Essays on Homer (Boston 1987) 15-36.

J. Bennet, “Homer and the Bronze Age,” in B. B. Powell and I. Morris (eds.), A New Companion to Homer (1997) 513-536.

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 [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 6] (Sheffield 2004) 90-106.

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.

B. Burns, “Epic Reconstructions: Homeric Palaces and Mycenaean Architecture,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 141-149.

A. P. Chapin and L A. Hitchcock, “Homer and Laconian Topography: This Is What the Book Says, and This Is What the Land Tells Us,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 255-263.

J. P. Crielaard, “Homer, History and Archaeology. Some Remarks on the Date of the Homeric World,” in J. P. Crielaard (ed.), Homeric Questions (Amsterdam 1995) 201-288.

C. S. Colburn, “The Symbolic Significance of Distance in the Homeric Epics and the Bronze Age Aegean,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 203-211.

O. T. P. K. Dickinson, “Homer, the Poet of the Dark Age,” Greece and Rome 33(1986) 20-37.

O. Dickinson, “Aspects of Homeric Geography,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 233-238.

E. S. Elster, “Odysseys before Homer: Trade, Travel, and Adventure in Prehistoric Greece,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 193-201.

M. Finkelberg, Greeks and Pre-Greeks: Aegean Prehistory and Greek Heroic Tradition (Cambridge 2005).

B. Graziosi, Inventing Homer: The Early Reception of Epic (Cambridge 2002).

A. Guzzetti, “Homer and the Dorians: The Reasons for a Missed Encounter,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 185-190.

K. Harrell, “A War of Words: Comparing 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.

B. Heiden, “Common People and Leaders in Iliad Book 2: The Invocation of the Muses and the Catalogue of Ships,” TAPA 138(2008) 127-154.

A. Hoekstra, Epic Verse before Homer (Amsterdam 1981).

S. Hood, “The Bronze Age Context of Homer,” in J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer: A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995) 25-32.

R. Hope Simpson and J. F. Lazenby, The Catalogue of the Ships in Homer’s Iliad (Oxford 1970).

G. C. Horrocks, “The Antiquity of the Greek Epic Tradition,” PCPS 206(1980) 1-10.

R. Janko, Homer, Hesiod, and the Hymns: Diachronic Development in Epic Diction (Cambridge 1982).

R. Janko, “The Homeric Poems as Oral Dictated Texts,” CQ 48(1998) 1-13.

A. Lord, “Homer’s Originality: Oral Dictated Texts,” TAPA 84(1953) 124-134.

H. L. Lorimer, Homer and the Monuments (London 1950).

I. Morris, “The Use and Abuse of Homer,” Classical Antiquity 5(1986) 81-138.

I. Morris and B. Powell (eds.), A New Companion to Homer [Mnemosyne Supplement 163] (Leiden/New York/Köln 1997).

S. P. Morris, “A Tale of Two Cities: the Miniature Frescoes from Thera and the Origins of Greek Poetry,” AJA 93(1989) 511-535.

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.

B. B. Powell and I. Morris (eds.), A New Companion to Homer (1997).

J. K. Probonas, “Le mot mycénien A-SA-MI-TO comme indice de l’origine mycénienne de l’épopée,” in J-P. Olivier [ed.], Mykenaïka [Actes du IXe Colloque international sur les textes mycéniens et égéens = BCH Supplement 25] (1992) 509-542.

S. Reece, “Homer’s Iliad and Odyssey: From Oral Performance to Written Text,” in M. C. Amodio (ed.),  New Directions in Oral Theory (Tempe 2005) 44-

C. J. Ruijgh, “Problèmes de philologie,” Minos 19(1985) 115-170.

C. J. Ruijgh, “D’Homère aux origines protomycéniennes de la tradition épique,” in J. P. Crielaard (ed.), Homeric Questions (Amsterdam 1995) 1-96.

A. Sacconi, “L’extension territoriale du royaume mycénien de Thèbes et le ‘Catalogue des Vaiiseaux’ homerique,” 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) 237-240.

T. Sali-Axioti, “E mikrographke zophoros tes Theras kai o Homeros,” Epistomonike Epeteris Philosophikes Scholes tou Panepistimiou Athenon 27(1986-1999) 459-469.

N. Sgouritsa, “Myth, Epos and Mycenaean Attica: The Evidence Reconsidered,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 265-273.

I. M. Shear, Tales of Heroes: The Origins of the Homeric Texts (New York/Athens 2000).

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.

E. S. Sherratt, “‘Reading the Texts’: Archaeology and the Homeric Question,” Antiquity 64(1990) 807-824.

S. Sherratt, “Feasting in Homeric Epic,” in J. C. Wright (ed.), The Mycenaean Feast (Princeton 2004) 181-217.

H. W. Singor, “Nine against Troy: On Epic PHALANGES, PROMACHOI, and an Old Structure in the Story of the Iliad,” Mnemosyne 44(1991) 17-62.

C. Thomas, “Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Poetic Art?,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8](Liège 1992) 213-220.

A. Tuck, “Singing the Rug: Patterned Textiles and the Origins of Indo-European Metrical Poetry,” AJA 110(2006) 539-550.

A. Vlachopoulos, “Mythos, Logos and Eikon. Motifs of Early Greek Poetry in the Wall Paintings of Xeste 3,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 107-118.

L. V. Watrous, “The Fleet Fresco, the Odyssey and Greek Epic Narrative,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 97-105.

T. B. L. Webster, From Mycenae to Homer. A Study in Early Greek Literature and Art (Cambridge 1958).

M. L. West, “The Rise of the Greek Epic,” JHS 108(1988) 151-172.

M. Wecowski, “On the Historicity of the ‘Homeric World’: Some Methodological Considerations,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 73-82.

 

H. Whittaker, “Sacrificial Practice and Warfare in Homer and the Bronze Age,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 177-183.

M. Wiener, “Homer and History: Old Questions, New Evidence,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 3-33.

 

Mythology and its Implications for the History of the Aegean Late Bronze Age

L. Banti, “Myth in Pre-Classical Art,” AJA 58(1954) 307-310.

J. L. Bintliff, “Structuralism and Myth in Minoan Studies,” Antiquity 58(1984) 33-38.

E. F. Bloedow, “Homer and the depas amphikypellon,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 87-95.

E. F. Bloedow and G. A. Spina, “Two Tales of One City: Atlantis Surfaces from the Deluge to Claim Ilion,” Studia Troica 4(1994)        .

M. I. Davies, “Thoughts on the Oresteia before Aischylos,” BCH 93(1969) 214ff.

R. Drews, “Argos and Argives in the Iliad,” Classical Philology 74(1979) 111-135.

A. Farnoux, “Art et literature: la coupe de Nestor,” 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) 89-96.

J. R. Fears (ed.), Atlantis, Fact or Fiction (Bloomington 1978).

M. Finkelberg, “Royal Succession in Heroic Greece,” Classical Quarterly 41(1991) 303-316.

M. Finkelberg, “Greek Epic Tradition on Population Movements in Bronze Age Greece,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 31-36.

P. Forsyth, Atlantis: the Making of Myth (Montreal 1980).

J. M. Fossey, “The Homeric Description of Boiotia: Mykenaian or Archaic? Or Both?,” in J. Bintliff (ed.), Recent Developments in the History and Archaeology of Central Greece [BAR International Series 666] (Oxford 1997) 139-148.

K. T. Frost, “The Critias and Minoan Crete,” JHS 33(1909) 189-206.

A. G. Galanopoulos and E. Bacon, Atlantis: the Truth behind the Legend (New York 1969).

N. Hartmann, “Atlantis Lost and Found: The Ancient Aegean from Politics to Volcanoes,” Expedition 29:2(1987) 19-26.

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

R. Laffineur, “Homeric Similes: A Bronze Age Background?,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 79-85.

V. La Rosa, “‘Periphereia’ kai sto mytho? Periplaneseis ste mykenaïke parousia sten Krete kai teSikelia,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 339-344.

H. L. Lorimer, Homer and the Monuments (London 1950).

S. P. Morris, “Troy between Bronze and Iron Ages: Myth, Cult and Memory in a Sacred Landscape,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 59-68.

L. Muellner, “Glaucus Redivivus,” HSCP 98(1998) 1-20.

T. Mühlenbruch, “Heinrich Schliemann und die Benennung des ‘depas amphikypellon’,” Mitteilungen aus dem Heinrich-Scliemann-Museum Ankershagen 7(2002) 113-134.

G. E. Mylonas, “Athens and Minoan Crete,” in Athenian Studies Presented to W. S. Ferguson  [HSCP Supplement 1] (1940) 11-36.

M. Nikolaidou and D. Kokkinidou, “Epos, History, Metahistory in Aegean Bronze Age Studies,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 35-48.

M. P. Nilsson, The Mycenaean Origin of Greek Mythology (Berkeley 1932).

D. L. Page, History and the Homeric Iliad (Berkeley 1959).

R. S. Price, Homeric Whispers: Imitations of Orthodoxy in the Iliad and Odyssey (          2006).

K. A. Raaflaub, “Historical Approaches to Homer,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 449-462.

M. Sakellariou, Between Memory and Oblivion: The Transmission of Early Greek Historical Traditions (Athens 1990).

F. Schachermeyr, Die griechische Rückerinnerung im Lichte neuerer Forschungen (Vienna 1983).

N. Sgouritsa, “Myth, Epos and Mycenaean Attica: The Evidence Reconsidered,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 265-273.

I. M. Shear, Tales of Heroes: The Origins of the Homeric Texts (Athens 2000).

S. Sherratt, “With Us but Not of Us: The Role of Crete in Homeric Epic,” in D. Evely, I. S. Lemos, and S. Sherratt (eds.), Minotaur and Centaur: Studies in the Archaeology of Crete and Euboea Presented to Mervyn Popham [BAR International 638] (Oxford 1996) 87-99.

T. A. Szlezák, “Atlantis und Troia, Platon und Homer. Bemerkungen zum Wahrheitsanspruch des Atlantis-Mythos,” Studia Troica 3(1993).

J. van Leuven, “The Nilssonian Origin of Mycenaean Mythology,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia  [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996) 923-938.

E. T. Vermeule, “Mythology in Mycenaean Art,” Classical Journal 54:3(1958) 97-108.

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