Lesson 29: Bibliography

Post-Palatial Twilight: The Aegean in the Twelfth Century B.C.


 

Colloquia, Symposia, Festschriften

J. Amitai (ed.), Biblical Archaeology Today: Proceedings of the International Congress on Biblical Archaeology (Jerusalem 1985).

P. Åström (ed.), Acta Cypria. Acts of an International Congress on Cypriote Archaeology Held in Göteborg on 22-24 August 1991  Part 3 (Jonsered 1992).

P. Åström and E. Herscher (eds.), Late Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Function and Relationship [SIMA-PB 126] (Jonsered 1996).

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

S. Bar (ed.), In the Hill-Country, and in the Shephelah, and in the Arabah (Joshua 12, 8): Studies and Researches Presented to Adam Zertal in the Thirtieth Anniversary of the Manasseh Hill-Country Survey (Jerusalem 2008).

M. Bietak and E. Czerny (eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd Euroconference “SCIEM 2000” III (Vienna 2007).

A. Biran and J. Aviram (eds.), Biblical Archaeology Today, 1990 [Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Biblical Archaeology] (Jerusalem 1993).

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).

E. A. Braun-Holzinger and H. Matthäus (eds.), Die nahöstliche Kulturen an der Wende vom 2. zum 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr.: Kontinuität und Wandel von Strukturen und Mechanismen kultureller Interaktion (Möhnesee 2002).

D. Danielidou (ed.), DORON: Timetikos tomos yia ton kathegete Spyro Iakovide (Athens 2009).

L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004).

S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009).

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] (Rome 1996)  I – III.

A. Fantalkin and A. Yasur-Landau (eds.), Bene Israel: Studies in the Archaeology of Israel and the Levant in Honour of Israel Finkelstein (Leiden 2008).

I. Finkelstein and N. Na’aman (eds.), From Nomadism to Monarchy: Archaeological and Historical Aspects of Early Israel (Jerusalem 1994).

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).

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).

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

M. Heltzer and E. Lipinski (eds.), Society and Economy in the Eastern Mediterranean (c. 1500 – 1000 B.C.) (Leuven 1988).

V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of an International Symposium “The Civilizations of the Aegean and Their Diffusion in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean, 2000 – 600 B.C. (Larnaca 1991).

V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994) .

V.Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), Cyprus and the East Aegean: Intervultural Contacts from 3000 to 500 BC (Nicosia 2009).

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

V. Karageorghis and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Cyprus at the Close of the Late Bronze Age (Nicosia 1984)E. Peltenburg (ed.), Early Society in Cyprus (Edinburgh 1989).

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika and M. Papakonstantinou (eds.), The Periphery of the Mycenaean World. 2nd International Interdisciplinary Colloquium, Lamia 1999. Proceedings (Athens 2003).

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

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

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].

J. Latacz (ed.), Zweihundert Jahre Homer-Forschung: Colloquium Rauricum 2 (Stuttgart/Leipzig 1991).

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

D. Musti et al. (eds.), La transizione dal Miceneo all’Alto Arcaismo: Dal palazzo alla città [Atti del Convegno Roma 1988] ( Rome 1991).

A. D. Rizakis (ed.), Archaia Achaïa kai Eleia/Achaia und Elis in der Antike (Athens 1991).

D. Schloen (ed.), Exploring the Longue Durée: Essays in Honor of Lawrence E. Stager (Winona Lake 2008).

N. C. Stampolidis (ed.), Praktika tou Symposiou ‘Kafseis sten Epoche tou Chalkou kai ten proïme Epoche tou Siderou’, Rodos, 29 Apriliou – 2 Maïou 1999 (Athens 2001).

E. Thomas (ed.), Forschungen zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte: Das Ende der mykenischen Welt (Köln 1987).

W. A. Ward and M. S. Joukowsky (eds.), The 12th Century B.C.: the Crisis Years (Dubuque1992).

Late Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Function and Relationships [Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Pocket-book 126] (Jonsered 1996).

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

 

General

C. Bachhuber and R. G. Roberts (eds.), Forces of Transformation: The End of the Bronze Age in the Mediterranean (Oxford 2008).

J. Bouzek, Greece, Anatolia and Europe: Cultural Interrelations during the Early Iron Age [Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology 122] (Jonsered 1997).

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) 455-460.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Diskontinuität und Kontinuität: Aspekte politischer und sozialer Organisation in mykenischer Zeit und in der Welt der homerischen Epen,” in D. Musti et al. (eds.), La transizione dal Miceneo all’Alto Arcaismo: Dal palazzo alla città [Atti del Convegno Roma 1988] ( Rome 1991) 53-66.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Die Erforschung des Zusammenbruchs der sogenannten mykenischen Welt und der sogenannten dunklen Jahrhunderte,” in J. Latacz (ed.), Zweihundert Jahre Homer-Forschung: Colloquium Rauricum 2 (Stuttgart/Leipzig 1991) 127-154.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “The Post-Palatial Period of Greece: An Aegean Prelude to the 11th Century B.C. in Cyprus,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994) 11-29.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Mykenische Herrschaftsformen ohne Paläste und die Griechische Polis,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, Politeia. Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) 367-377.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “The Last Mycenaeans and their Successors Updated,” 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) 114-128.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Innerägäische Beziehungen und auswärtige Kontakte des mykenischen Griechenland in nachpalatialer Zeit,” in E. A. Braun-Holzinger and H. Matthäus (eds.), Die nahöstliche Kulturen an der Wende vom 2. zum 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr.: Kontinuität und Wandel von Strukturen und Mechanismen kultureller Interaktion (Möhnesee 2002) 47-74.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Late Mycenaean Warrior Tombs,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 151-179.

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

V. R. d’A. Desborough, “The Greek Mainland, c.1150-1000 B.C.,” PPS 31(1965) 213-228.

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

V. R. d’A. Desborough, “Crete in the First Half of the Twelfth Century B.C.: Some Problems,” Pepragmena tou C’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1973) 62-69.

O. Dickinson, The Aegean from Bronze Age to Iron Age: Continuity and Change between the Twelfth and Eighth Centuries B.C. (London/New York 2006), especially 58-78.

O. Dickinson, “The Mycenaean Heritage of Early Iron Age Greece,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 115-122.

O. Dickinson, “Social Development in the Postpalatial Period in the Aegean,” 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) 11-19.

W. Donlan, “The Social Groups of Dark Age Greece,” CQ 80(1985) 293-308.

W. Donlan, “The  Pre-State Community in Greece,” Symbolae Osloenses 64(1989) 5-29.

W. Donlan, “Chief and Followers in Pre-State Greece,” in C. A. M. Duncan and D. W. Tandy (eds.), From Political Economy to Anthropology. Situating Economic Life in Past Society (Montreal/New York 1994) 34-51.

W. Donlan, “The Relationship of Power in the Pre-State and Early State Polities,” in L. G. Mitchell and P. J. Rhodes (eds.), The Development of the Polis in Archaic Greece (London/New York 1997) 39-48.

W. Donlan and C. G. Thomas, “The Village Community of Ancient Greece: Neolithic, Bronze and Dark Ages,” SMEA 31(1993) 61-71.

R. Drews, The End of the Bronze Age: Changes in Warfare and the Catastrophe ca. 1200 B.C. (Princeton 1993).

B. Eder, Argolis, Lakonien, Messenien: Vom Ende der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur Einwanderung der Dorier (Vienna 1998).

B. Eder, “Patterns of Contact and Communication between the Regions South and North of the Corinthian Gulf in LH IIIC,” in The Periphery of the Mycenaean World [2nd International Colloquium, Lamia, 26-30

September 1999] [forthcoming].

L. Foxhall, “Bronze to Iron: Agricultural Systems and Political Structures in Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Greece,” BSA 90(1995) 239-250.

L. Godart and Y. Tzedakis, “La Crète du Minoen Récent IIIB à l’époque géométrique,” in D. Musti et al., (eds.), La transizione dal miceneo all’alto arcaismo. Dal palazzo alla città (Rome 1991) 187-195.

K. Kilian, “Zum Ende der mykenischen Epoche in der Argolis,” JRGZM 27(1980) 166-195.

G. A. Lehmann, Die mykenisch-frühgriechische Welt und der östliche Mittelmeerraum in der Zeit der Seevölker-Invasionen (Leverkusen 1985).

A. Leriou, “Overseas Migrations at the End of the Late Bronze Age in the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean: Some Reflections,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 251-270.

C. MacDonald, “Problems of the Twelfth Century B.C. in the Dodecanese,” BSA 81(1986) 125-151.

J. Maran, “Coming to Terms with the Past: Ideology and Power in Late Helladic IIIC,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 123-150.

J. Maran, “Contested Pasts – The Society of the 12th c. B.C.E. Argolid and the Memory of the Mycenaean Palatial Period,” 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) 169-178.

G. D. Middleton, The Collapse of Palatial Society in LBA Greece ad the Postpalatial Period [BAR-IS 2110] (Oxford 2010).

J. D. Muhly, “The Crisis Years in the Mediterranean World: Transition or Cultural Disintegration?,” in W. A. Ward and M. S. Joukowsky (eds.), The 12th Century B.C.: the Crisis Years (Dubuque1992) 10-26.

J. K. Papadopoulos, B. N. Damiata, and J. M. Marston, “Once More with Feeling: Jeremy Rutter’s Plea for the Abandonment of the Term Submycenaean Revisited,” 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) 187-202.

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.

A. Philippa-Touchais, “’Cycles of Collapse in Greek Prehistory’: Reassessing Social Change at the Beginning of the Middle Helladic and the Early Iron Age,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 31-44.

P. Rehak and J. G. Younger, “Review of Aegean Prehistory VII: Neopalatial, Final Palatial, and Postpalatial Crete,” AJA 102(1998) 91-173.

F. Ruppenstein, Die submykenische Kerameikos-Nekropole: Neufunde und Neubewertung (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Freiburg 2001).

F. Ruppenstein, “Late Helladic IIIC versus Submycenaean: A Methodological Problem,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 183-192.

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

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

J. B. Rutter, “Cultural Novelties in the Post-Palatial Aegean World: Indices of Vitality or Decline?,” in W. A. Ward and M. S. Joukowsky (eds.), The 12th Century B.C.: the Crisis Years (Dubuque1992) 61-78.

F. Schachermeyr, Die ägäische Frühzeit III: Kreta zur Zeit der Wanderungen vom Ausgang der minoischen Ära bis zur Dorisierung der Insel (Vienna 1979).

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

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

D. B. Small, “Surviving the Collapse: The Oikos and Structural Continuity between Late Bronze Age and Later Greece,” 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)  283-291.

A. M. Snodgrass, The Dark Age of Greece (Edinburgh 1971).

C-G. Styrenius, Submycenaean Studies (Lund 1967).

M. Thomatos, The Final Revival of the Aegean Bronze Age. A Case Study of the Argolid, Corinthia, Attica, Euboea, the Cyclades and the Dodecanese during LH IIIC Middle [BAR International Series 1498] (Oxford 2006).

J. Vanschoonswinkel, L’Égée et la Méditerranée orientale à la fin du IIe millénaire: Témoignages archéolgiques et sources écrites (Louvain-la-Neuve/Providence 1991).

E. Vermeule, “The Decline and End of Minoan and Mycenaean Culture,” in A Land Called Crete: A Symposium in Memory of Harriet Boyd Hawes (1968) 81-98.

S. Wallace, “Formative Landscapes: Regional Experiences of the Aegean Collapse ca. 1200 BC and Their Long-term Impact,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 55-72.

M. Wedde, “War at Sea: The Mycenaean and Early Iron Age Oared Galley,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 465-477.

A Yasur-Landau, “The Absolute Chronology of the Late Helladic IIIC Period: A View from the Levant,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 235-244.

 

Settlement Patterns and Surface Survey

V. R. d’A. Desborough, “Crete in the First Half of the Twelfth Century B.C.,” in Pepragmena tou C’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (1973) 62-69.

D. C. Haggis, “Archaeological Survey, Traditional Settlement Patterns, and Dark Age Crete: The Case of Early Iron Age Kavousi,” JMA 6(1993) 131-174.

D. C. Haggis, “Past and Present Perspectives on the Archaeological Landscapes of Mirabello,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 223-231.

D. C. Haggis and K. Nowicki, ” Khalasmeno and Katalimata: Two Early Iron Age Settlements in Monastiraki, East Crete,” Hesperia 62(1993) 303-337.

B. J. Hayden, “Vrokastro and the Settlement Pattern of the LM IIIA – Geometric Periods,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 233-245.

J. Moody, “Western Crete in the Bronze Age: A Survey of the Evidence,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 247-264.

K. Nowicki, “Topography of Refuge Settlement in Crete,” JRGZM 34(1987) 213-234.

K. Nowicki, “Settlements of Refuge in Crete,” Schriften des Deutschen Archäologen-Verbandes 9(1987) 83-87.

K. Nowicki, “Investigations in the Cretan Mountains,” Archaeologia Warsawa 39(1988) 189-198.

K. Nowicki, “The West Siteia Mountains at the Turn of the Bronze and Iron Ages,” Annales d’archéologie égéenne de l’Université de Liège [Aegaeum 6] (Liège 1990) 161-182.

K. Nowicki. “South of Kavousi, East of Mochlos: The West Siteia Mountains at the End of the Bronze Age,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 265-280.

S. A. Wallace, Settlement Pattern Change, Land Use, and Economy at the Bronze Age – Iron Age Transition (Late Minoan IIIC – Subminoan) (M.A. thesis, University of Edinburgh 1997).

 

Site Reports and Regional Summaries: Peloponnese

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

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

E. Alram-Stern, “Aigeira – Acropolis: The Stratigraphy,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 15-21.

E. Alram-Stern and S. Deger-Jalkotzy (eds.), Die österreichischen Ausgrabungen von Aigeira in Achaia. Aigeira I, 3: Die mykenische Akropolis (Vienna 2006).

E. Alram-Stern, “Characteristic Small Finds of LH IIIC from Aigeira and their Context,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 15-25.

W. Alzinger et al., “Aigeira-Hyperesia und die Siedlung Phelloë in Achaia I: Die mykenische Siedlung,” Klio 67(1987) 391-457.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Zum Verlauf der Periode SH IIIC in Achaia,” in A. D. Rizakis (ed.), Archaia Achaïa kai Eleia/Achaia und Elis in der Antike (Athens 1991) 19-29.

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

K. Demakopoulou, “Laconia in LH IIIC Late and Submycenaean: Evidence from Epidauros Limera, Pellana, the Amyklaion and Other Sites,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 117-132.

K. A. Demakopoulou and J. H. Crouwel, “Some Mycenaean Tombs at Palaiokastro, Arcadia,” BSA 93(1998) 269-283.

B. Eder, “Die spätbronze und früheisenzeitliche Keramik,” in H. Kyrieleis (ed.), Anfänge und Frühzeit des Heiligtums von Olympia: Die Ausgrabungen am Pelopion 1987-1996 [Olympische Forschungen 31] (Berlin 2006) 141-246.

H. Döhl, “Iria. Die Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen 1939,” Tiryns VI (Mainz 1973) 127-194.

B. Eder, “Ancient Elis in the Dark Ages,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 263-268.

B. Eder, “The Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age Transition in Western Greece: Submycenaean Studies,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 133-149.

E. B. French, “The Ups and Downs of Mycenae: 1250 – 1150 BCE,” in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998) 2-5.

E. French, “The Significance of Changes in Spatial Usage at Mycenae,” 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) 108-110.

E. French, “Mycenae: LH IIIC Late: What Little There Is,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 151-161.

W. Gauss, “The Last Mycenaeans at Aigeira and Their Successors,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 163-182.

E. Konsolaki-Giannopoulou, “E Ysteromykenaïke enkatastase sten eremonesida Modi tou Saronikou,” in E. Konsolaki-Giannopoulou (ed.), EPATHLON. Archaiologiko Synedrio pros timen tou Adonidos K. Kyrou, Poros, 7-9 Iouniou 2002 (Athens 2007) 171-198.

J. Maran, “Political and Religious Aspects of Architectural Change on the Upper Citadel of Tiryns. The Case of Building T,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 113-122.

J.Maran, “Architecktonische Innovation im spätmykenischen Tiryns – Lokale Bauprogramme und fremde Kultureinflüsse,” in Althellenische Technologie und Technik (Weilheim 2004) 261-288.

J. Maran, “Coming to Terms with the Past: Ideology and Power in Late Helladic IIIC,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 123-150.

J. Maran, “Ceremonial Feasting Equipment, Social Space and Interculturality in Post-palatial Tiryns,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 121-136.

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

I. Moschos, “Evidence of Social Re-organization and Reconstruction in Late Helladic IIIC Achaea and Modes of Contacts and Exchange via the Ionian and Adriatic Sea,” 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) 345-414.

I. Moschos, “Western Achaea durint eh Succeeding LH IIIC Late Period – The Final Mycenaean Phase and the Submycenaean Period,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 235-288.

T. Mühlenbruch, Ein dunkles Zeitalter? Untersuchungen zur Siedlungsstruktur der Unterburg von Tiryns in der mykenischen Nachpalastzeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2005).

T. Mühlenbruch, “Ein dunkles Zeitalter? – Untersuchungen zur Siedlungsstruktur der Unterburg von Tiryns in der mykenischen Palastzeit,” Archälogisches Nachrichtenblatt 11(2006) 18-21.

T. Mühlenbruch, “The Post-Palatial Settlement in the Lower Citadel at Tiryns,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 243-251.

T. Mühlenbruch, “Tiryns – The Settlement and its History in LH IIIC,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 313-326.

A. Papademetriou, “Oi upomykenaïkoi kai protogeometrikoi taphoi tes Tirynthas. Analyse kai ermeneia,” 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) 713-728.

C. Paschalidis ad P. J. P. McGeorge, “Life and Death in the Periphery of the Mycenaean World at the End of the Late Bronze Age: The Case of the Achaea Klauss Cemetery,” 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) 79-113.

T. J. Papadopoulos, “Achaea’s Role in the Mycenaean World,” in A. D. Rizakis (ed.), Archaia Achaïa kai Eleia/Achaia und Elis in der Antike (Athens 1991) 31-37.

M. Petropoulos, “A Mycenaean Cemetery at Nikoleika near Aigion of Achaia,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 253-285.331-338.

A. Rizio, “L’assetto topografico degli insediamenti in Acaia tra periodo miceneo e submiceneo,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011)

M. B. Sakellariou, “Le peuplement de L’Achaïe à la fin de l’âge du bronze et le début de l’âge du fer,” in A. D. Rizakis (ed.), Archaia Achaïa kai Eleia/Achaia und Elis in der Antike (Athens 1991) 13-18.

B. Santillo-Frizell, Asine II:3. Results of the Excavations East of the Acropolis 1970-1974. The Late and Final Mycenaean Periods (Stockholm 1986).

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

P. Stockhammer, “New Evidence for Late Helladic IIIC Late Pottery from Tiryns,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 345-358.

A. G. Vlachopoulos (ed.), Archaiologia: Peloponnesos (Athens 2011).

G. Walberg, “The End of the Late Bronze Age at Midea,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 157-160.

 

Site Reports: Central Greece, including Thessaly

V. Adrimi-Sismani, “Mykenaïke Iolkos,” AAA 32-34[1999-2001] (2003) 71-100.

V. Adrimi-Sismani, “The Palace of Iolkos and its End,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 465-481.

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).

A. Batsiou-Efstathiou, “To nekrotapheio tes Neas Ionias (Volou) kata te metabase apo ten YE IIIC sten PG epoche,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 117-130.

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

F. Dakoronia, Marmara: Ta ypomykenaïka nekrotapheia ton tymbon (Athens 1987).

F. Dakoronia, “Elateia,” Phokika Chronika 5(1994) 25-39.

F. Dakaronia, “The Transition from Late Helladic IIIC to the Early Iron Age at Kynos,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 37-51.

Ph. Dakoronia, S. Deger-Jalkotzy, and S. Fabrizii-Reuer, “Beisetzungen mit Leichenbrand aus der Felskammernekropole von Elateia-Alonaki, Griechenland,” Archaeologia Austriaca 84-85(2000-2001) 137-153.

Ph. Dakoronia, S. Deger-Jalkotzy, and S. Fabrizii-Reuer, “Elateia and the Mycenaean Heritage,” in D. Danielidou (ed.), DORON: Timetikos tomos yia ton kathegete Spyro Iakovide (Athens 2009) 211-229.

F. Dakaronia and P. Kounouklas, “Kynos’ Pace to the Early Iron Age,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 61-76.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Elateia (Phokis) und die frühe Geschichte der Griechen: ein österreichisches-griechisches Grabungsprojekt,” Anzeiger der philosophisch-historische Klasse der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften 127(1990) 78-86.

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, “From LH IIIC Late to the Early Iron Age: The Submycenaean Period at Elateia,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 77-116.

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.

D. Evely (ed.), Lefkandi IV: The Bronze Age. The Late Helladic IIIC Settlement at Xeropolis [BSA Supplementary Volume 39] (London 2006).

R. C. S. Felsch, “Kalapodi. Bericht über die Grabungen im Heiligtum der Artemis Elaphebolos und des Apollon von Hyampolis,” AA (1987) 1-26.

R. C. S. Felsch, Kalapodi. Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen im Heiligtum der Artemis und des Apollon von Hyampolis in her antiken Phokis I (Mainz 1996).

Y. Galanakis, “An Unpublished Stirrup Jar from Athens and the 1871-2 Private Excavations in the Outer Kerameikos,” BSA 106(2011) 167-200.

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.

I. Georganas, “The Transition from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age in Thessaly: Some Thoughts,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 583-590.

S. Iakovides, Perati. To Nekrotapheion  I-III (Athens 1969-70).

M. T. Kramer-Hajos, Mycenaean Civilization in East Lokris (Ph.D. dissertation, Cornell University 2005).

I. Lemos, “Some Aspects of the Transition from the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age in Central Greece,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou [1994] (Lamia 1999) 21-26.

B. Lis, “The Sequence of Late Bronze/Early Iron Age Pottery from Central Greek Settlements – A Fresh Look at Old and New Evidence,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 203-234.

P. A. Mountjoy, “LH IIIC Late: An East Mainland-Aegean Koine,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 289-312.

E. Nikolaou, “Paidikes taphes ‘intra mjuros’ tes eschates Chalkokratias apo ton Kyno tes anatolikes Lokridas,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 153-156.

F. Ruppenstein, “The Transitional Phase from Submycenaean to Protogeometric: Definition and Comparative Chronology,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 327-343.

J. B. Rutter, “How Different is LH IIIC Middle at Mitrou? An Initial Comparison with Kalapodi, Kynos, and Lefkandi,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 287-300.

E. Schofield, “Lefkandi in LH IIIC Middle,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 301- 313.

S. Sherratt, “LH IIIC Lefkandi: An Overview,” in D. Evely (ed.), Lefkandi IV: The Bronze Age. The Late Helladic IIIC Settlement at Xeropolis [BSA Supplementary Volume 39] (London 2006) 303-309.

A. Van de Moortel, “The Late Helladic IIIC-Protogeometric Transition at Mitrou, East Lokris,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 359-372.

A. Van de Moortel and E. Zahou, “The Bronze Age – Iron Age Transition at Mitrou in East Lokris: Evidence for Continuity and Discontinuity,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 287-304.

A. G. Vlachopoulos (ed.), Archaeology: Euboea and Central Greece: Attica Boeotia, Phthiotis, Eurytania, Phokis, Aetolia, Akarnania (Athens 2009).

 

Site Reports and Regional Summaries: Ionian Islands

B. Eder, “The Late Bronze Age/Early Iron Age Transition in Western Greece: Submycenaean Studies,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 133-149.

C. Souyoudzoglou-Haywood, The Ionian Islands in the Bronze Age and Early Iron Age 3000 – 800 B.C. (Liverpool 1999).

 

Site Reports and Regional Summaries: Crete

M. Andreadaki-Vlazaki and E. Papadopoulou, “Recent Evidence for the Destruction of the LM IIIC Habitation at Khamalevri, Rethymnon,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 27-53.

E. Borgna, “Il periodo Tardo Minoico IIIB-C : La Casa ad Ovest del Piazzale I,” in I Cento Anni dello Scavo di Festòs [Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei: Atti dei Convegni Lincei 173] (Rome 2001) 273-298.

H. A. Boyd, “Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, in 1900,” AJA 5(1901) 125-157.

W. D. E. Coulson, “The Late Minoan IIIC Period on the Kastro at Kavousi,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Paris 1997) 59-72.

W. Coulson, “E Ystere epoche tou Chalkou kai e Proïme epoche tou Siderou sten perioche tou kolpou tou Mirambellou sten anatolike Krete,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 321-330.

W. D. E. Coulson, D. C. Haggis, M. S. Mook, and J. L. Tobin, “Excavations on the Kastro at Kavousi: An Architectural Overview,” Hesperia 66(1997) 315-390.

W. D. E. Coulson and M. Tsipopoulou, “Preliminary Investigations at Halasmenos, Crete, 1992-93,” Aegean Archaeology 1(1994) 65-97.

A. L. D’Agata, “The Shrines on the Piazzale dei Sacelli at Ayia Triadha. The LM IIIC and SM Material: A Summary,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Paris 1997) 85-100.

A. L. D’Agata, “Religion, Society and Ethnicity on Crete at the End of the Late Bronze Age. The Contextual Framework of LM IIIC Cult Activities,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg (eds.), POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 345-354.

L. P. Day, “The Late Minoan IIIC Period at Vronda, Kavousi,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Paris 1997) 391-406.

L. P. Day, W. D. E. Coulson, and G. C. Gesell, “Kavousi 1983-1984: The Settlement at Vronda,” Hesperia 55(1986) 355-387.

L. P. Day, N. L. Klein, and L. A. Turner, Kavousi IIA: The Late Minoan IIIC Settlement at Vronda: The Buildings on the Summit (Philadelphia 2009).

Th. Eliopoulos, “A Preliminary Report on the Discovery of a Temple Complex of the Dark Ages at Kephala Vasilikis,” in V. Karageorghis and N. Stampolidis (eds.), Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus – Dodecanese – Crete 16th – 6th Cent. B.C. (Athens 1998) 301-313.

Th. Eliopoulos, “O Ysterominoïkos IIIC ‘omphaloeis’ bomos tes Kephalas Vasilikes,” 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) 389-408.

G. C. Gesell, “The Late Minoan IIIC Period at Kavousi (Ierapetras),” Pepragmena tou E’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou A (Heraklion 1986) 317-332.

G. C. Gesell, “The Handmade Terracotta Animal Figurines at the End of the Late Bronze Age and in the Early Iron Age in Crete: Chronology, Technology, and Function,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 975-982.

G. C. Gesell, L. P. Day, and W. D. E. Coulson, “Excavations and Survey at Kavousi, 1978-1981,” Hesperia 52(1983) 389-420.

G. C. Gesell, L. P. Day, and W. D. E. Coulson, “Kavousi 1982-1983: The Kastro,” Hesperia 54(1985) 327-355.

G. C. Gesell, L. P. Day, and W. D. E. Coulson, “Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, 1987,” Hesperia 57(1988) 279-301.

G. C. Gesell, W. D. E. Coulson, and L. P. Day,  “Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, 1988,” Hesperia 60(1991) 145-177.

G. C. Gesell, L. P. Day, and W. D. E. Coulson, “Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, 1989 and 1990,” Hesperia 64(1995) 67-120.

K. T. Glowacki, “Household Analysis in Dark Age Crete,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 125-136.

K. T. Glowacki and N. L. Klein, “The Analysis of ‘Dark Age’ Domestic Architecture: The LM IIIC Settlement at Kavousi Vronda,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 407-418.

E. Hall, Excavations in Eastern Crete: Vrokastro [University of Pennsylvania Museum Anthropological Publications III,3] (Philadelphia 1914).

B. P. Hallager, “The Elusive Late IIIC and the Ill-named Subminoan,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 141-156.

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).

B. J. Hayden, “New Plans of the Early Iron Age Settlement of Vrokastro,” Hesperia 52(1983) 367-387.

A. Kanta, “The Citadel of Kastrokephala and the Date of the Minoan Refuge Citadels,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 167-182.

A. Kanta and A. Karetsou, “The Acropolis of Kastrokephala and its Pottery,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 145-165.

A. Kanta and D. Kontopodi, “Kastrokephala (Crete): Strangers or Locals in a Fortified Acropolis of the 12th Century 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) 129-148.

C. Langohr, “Eteocretans n the Bronze Age? The Far East of Crete during the LM II-III Periods (1450-1100 BC,” in J. Day, C. Greenlaw, H. Hall, A. Kelly, L. Matassa, K. McAleese, E. Saunders, and D. Stritch (eds.) SOMA 2004 [BAR-IS 1514] (Oxford 2006) 87-94.

V. La Rosa, “Osservazioni sul centro di Aghia Triada in età TM IIIB-C,” in L. Rocchetti (ed.), Sybrita. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro (Rome 1994) 75-80.

K. Nowicki, “The History and Setting of the Town of Karphi,” SMEA 26(1987) 235-256.

K. Nowicki, “History, Topography, and Economy of Karphi,” in E. Thomas (ed.), Forschungen zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte: Das Ende der mykenischen Welt (Köln 1987) 25-32.

K. Nowicki, “A Dark Age Refuge Center near Pefki, East Crete,” BSA 89(1994) 235-268.

K. Nowicki, “Arvi Fortetsa and Loutraki Kandilioro: Two Refuge Settlements in Crete,” BSA 91(1996) 253-285.

K. Nowicki, “From Minoan to Dark Age Crete: Archaeological Evidence and Historical Reconstruction,” BICS 42(1997-98) 217-218.

K. Nowicki, “The Historical Background of Defensible Sites on Crete: Late Minoan IIIC versus Protopalatial,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 191-197.

K. Nowicki, “Economy of Refugees: Life in the Cretan Mountains at the Turn of the Bronze and Iron Ages,” in

A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 145-172.

K. Nowicki, Defensible Sites in Crete c. 1200 – 800 B.C. (Late Minoan IIIB/IIIC through Early Geometric) [Aegaeum  21] (Liège/Austin 2000).

K. Nowicki, “From Late Minoan IIIC Refuge Settlements to Geometric Acropoleis: Architcture and Social Organization of Dark Age Villages and Towns in Crete,” Pallas 58(2002) 149-174.

K. Nowicki, Monastiraki Katalimata: Excavation of a Cretan Refuge Site, 1993-2000 (Philadelphia 2008).

K. Nowicki, “Settlement in Crisis: The End of the LM/LH IIIB and Early IIIC in Crete and Other South Aegean Islands,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 391-406.

D. Palermo, “La cronologia dei cosiddetti ‘kernoi’ e il problema delle origini del culto sull’Acropoli di Gortyna,” Creta Antica 3(2002) 255-262.

C. P. Paschalidis, “Elements of Mycenaean Character in Eastern Crete at the End of the Late Bronze Age: Three New Megara in Halasmenos Ierapetra,” in T. Detorakis and A. Kalokairinos (eds.), Proceedings of the 9th International Cretological Congress, Elounda, 1-6 October 2001 (Heraklion 2006) A1: 219-232.

K. Perna, “Cultural Identity and Social Interaction in Crete at the End of the Bronze Age (LM IIIC),” 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) 39-43.

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan II to the End of the Bronze Age,” in D. Evely, H. Hughes-Brock, and N. Momigliano (eds.), Knossos: A Labyrinth of History (Oxford 1994) 89-102.

M. Prent, Cretan Sanctuaries and Cults: Continuity and Change from Late Minoan IIIC to the Archaic Period (Leiden/Boston 2005).

D. Rousioti and G. Stournaras, “The Urban Development in Crete at the End of the Bronze Age: Settlements with Shrines,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 445-458.

L. H. Sackett, M. R. Popham, and P. M. Warren, “Excavations at Palaikastro, VI,” BSA 60(1965) 248-315.

N. M. Prokopiou, “Sybrita Maariou: First Indications for a New LM IIIC Site,” in D. Musti et al. (eds.), La transizione dal miceneo all’alto arcaismo (Rome 1991) 373-401.

G. Rizza, “Prinias in età micenea,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996)  III: 1101-1110.

M. Tsipopoulou, “A New Late Minoan IIIC Shrine at Halasmenos, East Crete,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 99-101.

M. Tsipopoulou, “Living at Halasmenos, Ierapetra, in Late Minoan IIIC. House A.1,” iin A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 419-432.

L. Vokotopoulos, “Kato Kastellas, Lenika. Dyo ochyres theseis tes Zakrou,” Kretike Estia 6(1998) 237-270.

S. Wallace, “The Perpetuated Past: Re-use or Continuity in Material Culture and the Structuring of Identity in Early Iron Age Crete,” BSA 98(2003) 251-277.

S. Wallace, “Last Chance to See? Karfi (Crete) in the Twenty-first Century: Presentation of New Architectural Data and their Analysis in the Current Context of Research,” BSA 100(2005) 215-274.

S. Wallace, “The Gilded Cage? Settlement and Socioeconomic Change after 1200 BC: A Comparion of Crete and Other Aegean Regions,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and I. S. Lemos (eds.), Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer (Edinburgh 2006) 619-664.

A. Yasur-Landau, “The Last Glendi in Halasmenos: Social Aspects of Cooking in a Dark Age Cretan Village,” Aegean Archaeology 7(2003-04) 49-66.

S. Zöller, Die Gesellschaft der frühen „Dunklen Jahrhunderte“ auf Kreta. Eine Untersuchung der archäologischen Hinterlassenschaften der Bevölkerung Kretas während der Spätminoisch IIIC und Subminoischen Zeit im Bezug auf ihre soziale Aussagekraft und Bedeutung [Daidalos 2] (MA Thesis, University of Heidelberg 2005).

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Site Reports and Regional Summaries: Cyclades and Dodecanese

J. L. Davis, “Review of Aegean Prehistory I: The Islands of the Aegean,” AJA 96(1992) 699-756.

S. Deger-Jalkotzy, “Was geschah in Ägina während und nach der mykenischen Palastzeit?,” in C. Reinholdt, P. Scherrer, and W. Wholmayr (eds.), AIAKEION: Beiträge zur Klassischen Altertumswissenschaft zu Ehren von Florens Felten (Vienna 2009) 49-59.

M. Georgiadis, “The South-Eastern Aegean in the LH IIIC Period: What Do the Tombs Tell Us?,” 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) 92-99.

M. S. F. Hood, “Mycenaeans in Chios,” in J. Boardman and C. E. Vaphopoulou-Richardson (eds.), Chios. A Conference at the Homereion in Chios 1984 (Oxford 1986) 169-180.

C. Kardara, Aplomata, Naxou: Kineta euremata taphon A kai B (Athens 1977).

E. Laimou, “Oi Kyklades ste metabase apo ten Epoche tou Chalkou sten Epoche tou Siderou. Mikre prosphora me kapooia erotemata kai merikes skepseis,” 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) 729-733.

C. Macdonald, “Problems of the Twelfth Century BC in the Dodecanese,” BSA 81(1986) 125-151.

P. A. Mountjoy, “LH IIIC Late: An East Mainland-Aegean Koine,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 289-312.

K. Nowicki, “Settlement in Crisis: The End of the LM/LH IIIB and Early IIIC in Crete and Other South Aegean Islands,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 391-406.

C. Renfrew et al., The Archaeology of Cult: the Sanctuary at Phylakopi (Oxford 1985).

D. U. Schilardi, “The Destruction of the Mycenaean Citadel at Koukounaries on Paros,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 158-179.

D. Schilardi, “The LH IIIC Period at the Koukounaries Acropolis, Paros,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 184-206.

D. U. Schilardi, “Paros and the Cyclades after the Fall of the Mycenaean Palaces,” in J-P. Olivier [ed.], Mykenaïka [Actes du IXe Colloque international sur les textes mycéniens et égéens = BCH Supplement 25] (1992) 621-639.

S. Sherratt, Catalogue of Cycladic Antiquities in the Ashmolean Museum: The Captive Spirit I-II (Oxford 2000).

M. Thomatos, “Koine and Subsidiary Koines: Coastal and Island Sites of the Central and Southern Aegean during LH IIIC Middle,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 315-327.

A. Vlachopoulos, “Naxos and the Cyclades in the Late Helladic IIIC Period,” BICS 42(1997-98) 237-238.

A. Vlachopoulos, “E Naxos kata ten YE IIIC periodo. E physiognomia kai o characteras enos akmaiou nesiotikou kentrou,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 303-314.

A. Vlachopoulos, “Cultural, Social and Political Organization in the Cyclades during the Late Helladic IIIC Period,” in I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999) 79-86.

A.Vlachopoulos, “O ysteroelladikos IIIC oikismos tes Grottas Naxou sto kentro e sten periphereia tou mykenaïkou Aigaiou,” in N. Kyparissi-Apostolika and M. Papakonstantinou (eds.), The Periphery of the Mycenaean World. 2nd International Interdisciplinary Colloquium, Lamia 1999. Proceedings (Athens 2003) 493-512.

A. G. Vlachopoulos, E Ysteroelladike IIIC Periodos ste Naxo. Ta taphika synola kai oi syschetismoi tous me to Aigaio (Athens 2006).

A. G. Vlachopoulos (ed.), Archaeology: Aegean Islands (Athens 2006).

A. G.Vlachopoulos, “A Late Mycenaean Journey from Thera to Naxos: the Cyclades in the Twelfth Century BC,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 479-491.

Ph. Zervaki, “Nekrotapheio tes YE IIIG – Ypomykenaïkes Periodou sten Ayia Agathe tes Rodou,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 725-740.

 

Site Reports: Northern Aegean

S. Andreou, “Stratified Wheel Made Pottery Deposits and Absolute Chronology of the Late Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age Transition at Thessaloniki Toumba,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 15-40.

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

R. Jung, S. Andreou, and B. Weninger, “Synchronisation of Kastanas and Thessaloniki Toumba at the End of the Bronze and the Beginning of the Iron Age,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 183-202.

R. Jung and B. Weninger, “Kastanas abd rhe Chronology of the Aegean Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age,” in T. Higham, C. Bronk Ramsey, and C. Owen (eds.), Radiocarbon and Archaeology [Oxford University School of Archaeology Monograph 62] (Oxford 2004) 209-228.

Ch. Koukouli-Chrysanthaki, Proïstoriki Thasos: Ta Nekrotapheia tou Oikismou Kastri  I-III  (Athens 1993).

 

Iconography

L. Alberti, “The Funeerary Meaning of the Octopus in LM IIIC Crete,” 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) 69-78.

J. Bouzek, “LH IIIC Iconography. An Interim Period of Artistic Development in 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) 49-63.

J. Bouzek, “The Iconography of the ‘Dark Age’: From LH IIIC to Geometric: Continuity and Changes,” in A. Mazarakis Ainian (ed.), The /’Dark Ages’ Revisited: Acta of an International Symposium in Memory of William D. E. Coulson (Volos 2011) 939-958.

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

J. Crouwel, “Pictorial Pottery of the Latest Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 41-60.

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

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

G. C. Gesell, “The Snake Goddesses of the LM IIIB and LM IIIC Periods,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 131-140.

I. Hägg, “Textil und Tracht als Zeugnis von Bevölkerungsverschiebungen,” ArchInfo 19(1996) 135-147.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Der dorische Peplos: ein archäologisches Zeugnis der dorischen Wanderung,” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 14(1984) 281-291.

D. Lenz, Vogeldarstellungen in der ägäischen und zyprischen Vasenmalerei des 12. – 9. Jahrhunderts v. Chr.: Untersuchungen zu Form und Inhalt (Espelkamp 1995).

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

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

A. Papadopoulos, “Warriors, Hunters and Ships in the Late Helladic IIIC Aegean: Changes in the Iconography of Warfare?,” 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) 69-77.

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

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.

M. Wedde, “War at Sea: The Mycenaean and Early Iron Age Oared Galley,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 465-476.

M. Wedde, “Pictorial Evidence for Partial Systems Survival in the Greek Bronze to Iron Age Transition,” in E. Rystedt and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits: Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 255-269.

 

Architecture

L. P. Day and L. M. Snyder, “The ‘Big House’ at Vronda and the ‘Great House’ at Karphi: Evidence for Social Structure in LM IIIC Crete,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 63-79.

T. Eliopoulos, “Gournia, Vronda Kavousi, Kephala Vasilikis: A Triad of Interrelated Shrines of the Expiring Minoan Age on the Isthmus of Ieerapetra,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 81-90.

K. Glowacki, “House, Household and Community at LM IIIC Vronda, Kavousi,” in R. Westgate, N. Fisher, and J. Whitley (eds.), Building Communities: House, Settlement and Society in the Aegean and Beyond [BSA Studies 15] (London 2007) 129-139.

B. J. Hayden, The Development of Cretan Architecture from the LM IIIA through the Geometric Periods (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1981).

B. J. Hayden, “Fortifications of Postpalatial and Early Iron Age Crete,” AA (1988) 1-21.

B. J. Hayden, “Aspects of Village Architecture in the Cretan Postpalatial Period,” Aegaeum 6(1990) 203-213.

B. J. Hayden, “Evidence for ‘Megalithic Framsteads’ of Late Minoan III through Early Iron Age Date,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Athens 1997) 195-204.

G. Kalogeroudis, Befestigungsanlagen im griechischen Raum in der Bronzezeit und ihre Entwicklung von neolithischer bis in archaische Zeit [BAR International Series 1878] (Oxford 2008).

N. L. Klein, “The Architecture of the Late Minoan IIIC Shrine (Building G) at Vronda, Kavousi,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 91-101.

V. Lenuzza, “Of Roofs and Roof Drainage: A Survey of the Evidence in Bronze Age Crete,” 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) 79-98.

J. Maran, “Das Megaron im Megaron. Zur Datierung und Funktion des Antenbaus im mykenischen Palast von Tiryns,” AA (2000) 1-16.

J.Maran, “Architecktonische Innovation im spätmykenischen Tiryns – Lokale Bauprogramme und fremde Kultureinflüsse,” in Althellenische Technologie und Technik (Weilheim 2004) 261-288.

A. Mazarakis-Ainian, From Rulers’ Dwellings to Temple. Architecture, Religion and Society in Early Iromn Age Greece (1100 – 700 B.C.) [SIMA 121] (Jonsered 1997).

J. C. McEnroe, Architecture of Minoan Crete: Constructing Identity in the Aegean Bronze Age (Austin 2010) 147-159.

K. Nowicki, “Fortifications in Dark Age Crete,” in  Van de Maele and J. M. Fossey (eds.), Fortificationes Antiquae (Amsterdam 1992) 53-76.

M. K. Mook, The Northwest Building: House of the Late Bronze and Early Iron Ages on the Kastro at Kavousi, East Crete (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota 1991).

M. Popham, D. Evely, and H. Sackett, “The Site and its Excavation,” in D. Evely (ed.), Lefkandi IV: The Bronze Age. The Late Helladic IIIC Settlement at Xeropolis [BSA Supplementary Volume 39] (London 2006) 1-136.

D. Rupp, “Building Megara for Dummies: The Conception and Construction of Architectural Forms at Late Minoan IIIC Halasmenos (Monasteraki, Ierapetra, Crete),” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 61-66.

J. P. Zielinski, Cyclopean Architecture in Minoan Bronze Age Crete: A Study in the Social Organization of a Complex Society (Ph.D. dissertation, State University of New York at Buffalo 1998).

 

Metalwork

E. Borgna, “Patterns of Bronze Circulation and Deposition in the Northern Adriatic at the Close of the Late Bronze Age,” 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. (Udine, forthcoming).

H. W. Catling, “A New Bronze Sword from Cyprus,” Antiquity 35(1961) 115-122.

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

C. Clausing, “Geschnürte Beinschienen der späten Bronze- und älteren Eisenzeit,” JRGZM 49(2002) 149-187.

H. Donder, “Pin Types of the Late Helladic and the Early Iron Age in North and Central Greece,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 91-98.

B. Eder, “Die Bronzeschwerter aus den submykenischen Gräbern von Elis,” in T. Lorenz, G. Erath, M. Lehner, and G. Schwarz (eds.), Akten des 6. Österreichischen Archäologentages (Vienna 1996) 41-45.

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.

R. Guglielmino, “Roca: nuove testimonianze di rapporti tra la metallurgia italiana e quella egea nell’età del bronzo,” in C. Giardino (ed.), Archeometallurgia: Dalla Conoscenza alla Fruizione (Bari 2011) 57-68.

P. Haarer, Obeloi and Iron in Archaic Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, Oxford Univeersity 2000).

P. Haarer, “Problematising the Transition from Bronze to Iron,” in A. J. Shortland (ed.), The Social Context of Technological Change. Egypt and the Near East, 1650-1050 B.C. (Oxford 2001) 255-273.

L. Hakulin, Bronzeworking on Late Minoan Crete [BAR International Series S1245] (Oxford 2004).

R. Jung, “Goldene Vögel und Sonnen. Ideologische Kontakte zwischen Italien und der postpalatialen Ägäis,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen Epoche (Vienna 2007) 219-255.

R. Jung, “I ‘bronzi internazionali’ ed il loro contesto sociale fra Adriatico, Pensiola balcanica, e coste levantine,” 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) 129-157.

R. Jung, “Pirates of the Aegean. Italy – East Aegean – Cyprus at the End of the Second Millennium BCE,” in V. Karageorghis, O. Kouka, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), Cyprus and East Aegean: Intercultural Contacts from 3000 to 500 BC (Nicosia 2009) 72-93.

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.

R. Jung, I Moschos, and M. Mehofer, “Phonevontas me ton idio tropo: oi eirenikes epaphes yia ton polemo metaxy Elladas kai Italias kata te diarkeia ton opsimon mykenaïkon chronon,” in S. A. Papietis and Ch. Giannopoulou (eds.), Politismike allelogonimopoiese notias Italias kai dytikes Elladas mesa apo ten istoria (Patras 2008) 85-107.

R. Jung, I Moschos, and M. Mehofer, Krieg und Frieden zwischen Italien und Westgriechenland. Importe und Einflüsse aus Italien im mykenischen Achaia, in Ätolien und auf Kefalonia [forthcoming].

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, Die Schwerter in Griechenland (ausserhalb der Peloponnes), Bulgarien und Albanien [Prähistorische Bronzefunde IV.12] (Stuttgart 1993).

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Bronze Greaves from Athens: a Case for a LH IIIC Date,” Op Ath 15(1984) 135-146.

S. Pickles and E. Peltenburg, “Metallurgy, Society and the Bronze/Iron Transition in the East Mediterranean and the Near East,” RDAC (1998) 67-100.

S. Sherratt, “Circulation of Metals and the End of the Bronze Age in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the Wo0rld Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 82-98.

G. Varoufakis, “Exetasis metallikon antikeimenon tou mykenaïkou nekrotapheiou tes Perates,” ArchEph (1967) 70-82.

 

Pottery and Miscellaneous Objects of Clay

[see also under "Pottery" in the file on "Mycenaean Painting"]

F. Asaro, M. Dothan, and I. Perlman, “An Introductory Study of Mycenaean IIIC:1 Ware from Tel Ashdod,” Archaeometry 13(1971) 169-175.

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. Borgna, Il complesso di ceramica TM III dell’Acropoli Mediana di Festòs (scavi 1955) (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rome “La Sapienza” 1997).

E. Borgna, “Kitchen-Ware from LM IIIC Phaistos. Cooking Traditions and Ritual Activities in LBA Cretan Societies,” SMEA 39(1997) 189-218.

E. Borgna, “Central Crete and the Mycenaeans at the Close of the Late Bronze Age: The Evidence of the ‘Acropoli Mediana’ at Phaistos,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 353-370.

E. Borgna, “Food Preparation and Ritual Activity in LM IIIC Crete,” in Proceedings of the 8th International Cretological Congress (Heraklion, 9-14 September 1996) A3 [Heraklion 2000] 147-159.

E. Borgna, “Il periodo TM IIIB/C: la Casa a ovest del Piazzale I,” in I cento anni dello scavo di Festòs. Giornate Lincee, Roma,13-14 dicembre 2000 (Rome 2001) 273-298.

E. Borgna, Il complesso di ceramica Tardo Minoico III dell’Acropoli Mediana di Festòs (Padova 2003).

E. Borgna, “Social Meanings of Drink and Food Consumption at LM IIIC Phaistos,” in P. Halstead and J. Barrett (eds.), Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 5] (Oxford 2004)174-195

E. Borgna, “LM IIIC Pottery at Phaistos: An Attempt to Integrate Typological Analysis with Stratigraphic Investigation,“ in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 55-72.

J. Bouzek, “Cretan and Attic Incised Ware Revisited,” 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) 61-68.

G. Cadogan, “Late Minoan IIIC Pottery from the Kephala Tholos near Knossos,” BSA 62(1967) 257-265.

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. Crouwel, “Pictorial Pottery of LH IIIC Middle and its Antecedents,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 73-88.

J. Crouwel, “Pictorial Pottery of the Latest Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 41-60.

A. L. D’Agata, “Defining a Pattern of Continuity during the Dark Age in Central-Western Crete: Ceramic Evidence from the Settlement of Thronos/Kephala (Ancient Sybrita), SMEA 41:2(1999) 1811-218.

A. L. D’Agata, “Late Minoan IIIC – Subminoan Pottery Sequence at Thronos/Kephala and its Connections with the Greek Mainland,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 23-35.

A..L. D’Agata, “Evolutionary Paradigms and Late Minoan III. On a Definition of LM IIIC Middle,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 89-118.

A. L. D’Agata, “Subminoan: A Neglected Phase of the Cretan Pottery Sequence,” 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) 51-64.

A. L. D’Agata and M.-C. Boileau, “Pottery Production and Consumption in Early Iron Age Crete: The Case of Thronos Kephala (Ancient Sybrita),” SMEA 51(2009) 165-222.

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

F. Dakoronia, “Representations of Sea-Battles on Mycenaean Sherds from Kynos,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis V: Proceedings of the 5th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity (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.

F. Dakoronia, “Bronze Age Pictorial Tradition on Geometric Pottery,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 171-175.

F. Dakoronia, “LH IIIC Middle Pottery Repertoire of Kynos,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 119-127.

L. P. Day, The Pottery from Karphi: A Re-examination [BSA Studies 19] (Athens 2011).

P. M. Day, V. Kilikoglou, L. Joyner, and G. C. Gesell, “Goddesses, Snake Tubes and Plaques: Analysis of Ceeramic Ritual Objects from the LM IIIC Shrine at Kavousi,” Hesperia 75(2006) 137-175.

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.

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, “Defining LH IIIC Middle at the Cemetery of Elateia-Alonaki in Central Greece,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 129-159.

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, “Laconia and Arcadia in LH IIIC Middle: Pottery and Other Finds,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 161-174.

K. A. Demakopoulou and J. H. Crouwel, “Some Mycenaean Tombs at Palaiokastro, Arcadia,” BSA 93(1998) 269-283.

V. R. d’A. Desborough, “Bird Vases,” Kretika Chronika 24(1972) 245-277.

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, “Late Helladic IIIC Middle at Mycenae,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 175-187.

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

Y. Galanakis, “An Unpublished Stirrup Jar from Athens and the 1871-2 Private Excavations in the Outer Kerameikos,” BSA 106(2011) 167-200.

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.

W. Gauss, “The Late Mycenaean Pottery from the North Slope of the Athenian Acroppolis,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 93-104.

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.

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.

D. C. Haggis and M. S. Mook, “The Kavousi Coarse Wares,” AJA 97(1993) 265-293.

B. P. Hallager, “Late Minoan IIIB2 and Late Minoan IIIC Pottery in Khania,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 105-116.

B. P. Hallager, “Problems with LM/LH IIIB/C Synchronisms,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 189-202.

B. P. Hallager, “The Elusive Late IIIC and the Ill-named Subminoan,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 141-156.

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) 135-174.

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

S. Iakovidis, Perati. To Nekrotapheion I – III (Athens 1969-1970).

S. Iakovidis, “Late Helladic IIIC at Mycenae,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 117-123.

S. Iakovidis, “Late Helladic IIIC at Perati,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 125-130.

M. Iacovou, The Pictorial Pottery of Eleventh Century B. C. Cyprus (Göteborg 1989).

M. Jacob-Felsch, “Compass-drawn Concentric Circles in Vase Painting. A Problem of Relative Chronology at the End of the Bronze Age,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 193-199.

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, “Late Helladic IIIC at the Toumbes of Kastanás and Ólynthos – and the Problems of Macedonian Mycenaean Pottery,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 131-144.

R. Jung, “LH IIIC Middle Synchronisms across the Adriatic,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 203-220.

A. Kanta, The Late Minoan III Period in Crete. A Survey of Sites, Pottery and their Distribution (Göteborg 1980).

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.

I. Lemos, “Birds Revisited,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  229-237.

B. Lis, “The Sequence of Late Bronze/Early Iron Age Pottery from Central Greek Settlements – A Fresh Look at Old and New Evidence,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 203-234

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 and S. Rückl, “Our Storerooms Are Full. Impressed Pithoi from Late Bronze/Early Iron Age East Lokris and Phokis and their Socio-economic Significance,” 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) 154-168.

J. Maran, “Late Minoan Coarse Ware Stirrup Jars on the Greek Mainland. A Postpalatial Perspective from the 12th Century BC Argolid,” iun 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.

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

H. Mommsen, P. A. 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.

M. S. Mook, “From Foundation to Abandonment: New Ceramic Phasing for the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age on the Kastro at Kavousi,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004)163-179.

M. S. Mook and W. D. E. Coulson, “Late Minoan IIIC Pottery from the Kastro at Kavousi,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 337-365.

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

P. A. Mountjoy, Mycenaean Decorated Pottery: A Guide to Identification (Göteborg 1986) 134-200.

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

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, “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, “The Mycenaean Pottery from the 1934-1939 Excavations at Tarsus,” in A. Özyar (ed.), Field Seasons 2001-2003 of the Tarsus-Gözlükule Interdisciplinary Research Project (Istanbul 2005) 83-134.

P. A. Mountjoy, “A Near Eastern Group of Mycenaean IIIC Pottery,” 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) 329-333.

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.

P. Mountjoy, “A Definition of LH IIIC Middle,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 221-242.

P. Mountjoy, “Cyprus and the East Aegean: LH IIIC Pottery Connections,” in V.Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), Cyprus and the East Aegean: Intervultural Contacts from 3000 to 500 BC (Nicosia 2009) 59-71.

A. Papadimitriou, “Bericht zur früheisenzeitlichen Keramik aus der Unterburg von Tiryns. Ausgrabungen in Tiryns 1982-83,” AA (1988) 227-243.

J. K. Papadopoulos, B. N. Damiata, and J. M. Marston, “Once More with Feeling: Jeremy Rutter’s Plea for the Abandonment of the Term Submycenaean Revisited,” 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) 187-202.

T. J. Papadopoulos, Mycenaean Achaea [SIMA 55] (Göteborg 1979).

T. J. Papadopoulos, “Zwei neue Entenaskoi aus Acaea,” AA (1980) 166-170.

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

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.

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.

K. Reber, Untersuchungen zur handgemachten Keramik Griechenlands in der submykenischen,

protogeometrischen und geometrischen Zeit (Jonsered 1991).

G. Rethemiotakis, “A Chest-shaped Vessel and Other LM IIIC Pottery from Kastelli Pediada,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Paris 1997) 407-421.

G. Rethemiotakis, “Late Minoan III Pottery from Kastelli Pediada,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 305-326.

F. Ruppenstein, “Late Helladic IIIC versus Submycenaean: A Methodological Problem,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 183-192.

F. Ruppenstein, Kerameikos. Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen XVIII: Die submykenische Nekropole: Neufunde und Neubewertung (Munich 2007). [reviewed by J. K. Papadopoulos, BMCR 2008.06.16]

F. Ruppenstein, “The Transitional Phase from Submycenaean to Protogeometric: Definition and Comparative Chronology,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and A. E. Bächle (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms III: LH IIIC Late and the Transition to the Early Iron Age (Vienna 2009) 327-344.

J. Rutter, “Late Helladic IIIC Pottery and Some Historical Implications,” in E. 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 Nature and Potential Significance of Minoan Features in the Earliest Late Helladic IIIC Ceramic Assemblages of the Central and Southern Greek Mainland,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 193-216.

F. Schachermeyr, “The Pleonastic Pottery of Cretan Middle IIIIC and its Cypriote Relations,” in The Relations between Cyprus and Crete ca. 2000 – 500 B.C. (Nicosia 1979) 204-214.

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

E. L. Smithson, “‘Submycenaean’ and LH IIIC Domestic Deposits in Athens,” AJA 81(1977) 78-79.

E. L. Smithson, “The Prehistoric Klepsydra: Some Notes,” in Studies in Athenian Architecture, Sculpture and Topography Presented to H. A. Thompson [Hesperia Supplement 20] 152-154.

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.

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).

C-G. Styrenius, “The Vases from the Submycenaean Cemetery on Salamix,” Opuscula Atheniensia 4(1962) 102-123.

M. Thomatos, The Final Revival of the Aegean Bronze Age. A Case Study of the Argolid, Corinthia, Attica, Euboea, the Cyclades and the Dodecanese during LH IIIC Middle [BAR International Series 1498] (Oxford 2006).

M. Thomatos, “Koine and Subsidiary Koines: Coastal and Island Sites of the Central and Southern Aegean during LH IIIC Middle,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 315-327.

M. Tsipopoulou, “Photsi-Droggara: un dépôt de céramique de la fin de l’Âge du Bronze et du début de l’Âge  du Fer provenant de Crète orientale,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplément 30] (Paris 1997) 455-484.

M. Tsipopoulou, “Halasmenos, Destroyed but Not Invisible: New Insights on the LM IIIC Period in the Isthmus of Ierapetra. First Presentation of the Pottery from the 1992-1997 Campaigns,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 103-123,

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

A. Vlachopoulos, “The Late Helladic IIIC ‘Grotta Phase’ of Naxos. Its Synchronisms in the Aegean and its Non-Synchronisms in the Cyclades,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms (Vienna 2003) 217-234.

A. Vlachopoulos, “Didymoi pseudostomoi amphoreis tou Argolikou Polypodikou-Pyknou Rhythmou,” in M. Kazakou (ed.), Proceedings of the 1st Archaeological Conference of South and Western Greece, Patras 9-12 June 1996 (Athens 2006) 179-192.

P. M. Warren, “Characteristics of Late Minoan IIIC from the Stratigraphical Museum Site at Knossos,” in S. Deger-Jalkotzy and M. Zavadil (eds.), LH IIIC Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH IIIC Middle (Vienna 2007) 329-343.

M. Wedde, “Pictorial Evidence for Partial System Survival in the Greek Bronze to Iron Age Transition,” in E. Rystedt, and B. Wells (eds.), Pictorial Pursuits. Figurative Painting on Mycenaean and Geometric Pottery (Stockholm 2006) 255-269.

 

Burial Customs

A. Aggelarakis, A. Kanta, and J. Moody, “Cremation Burial in LM IIIC – Sub-Minoan Crete and the Cemetery at Pezoulos Atsipades, Crete,” in N. C. Stampolidis (ed.), Praktika tou Symposiou ‘Kafseis sten Epoche tou Chalkou kai ten proïme Epoche tou Siderou’, Rodos, 29 Apriliou – 2 Maïou 1999 (Athens 2001) 69-82.

M. Brouskari, “A Dark Age Cemetery in Erechtheon St., Athens,” BSA 75(1980) 13-31.

H. W. Catling, “Heroes Returned? Subminoan Burials from Crete,” in J. B. Carter and S. P. Morris (eds.), The Ages of Homer: A Tribute to Emily Townsend Vermeule (Austin 1995) 123-136.

W. G. Cavanagh and C. Mee, “The Re-use of Earlier Tombs in the LH IIIC Period,” BSA 73(1978) 31-44.

V. R. d’A. Desborough, “Late Burials at Mycenae,” BSA 68(1973) 87-101.

Ph. Dakoronia, S. Deger-Jalkotzy, and S. Fabrizii-Reuer, “Beisetzungen mit Leichenbrand aus der Felskammernekropole von Elateia-Alonaki, Griechenland,” Archaeologia Austriaca 84-85(2000-2001) 137-153.

B. Eder, “Ancient Elis in the Dark Ages,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 263-268.

R. Hägg, “Submycenaean Cremation Burials in the Argolid?,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Thanatos. Les coutûmes funéraires en Égée à l’âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 1] (Liège 1987) 207-212.

A. Kanta and C. Davaras, “The Cemetery of Krya, District of Sitia. Developments at the End of the LBA and Beginning of the EIA in East Crete,” in N. C. Stampolidis and A. Yiannikouri (eds.), The Aegean in the Early Iron Age. Proceedings of the International Symposium (Athens 2004) 149-156.

K. Lewartowski, “Submycenaean Cemetery in Kerameikos: Some Observations,” in D. Rössler and V. Stürmer (eds.), Modus in Rebus: Gedenkschrift für Wolfgang Schindler (Berlin 1995) 42-45.

S. Iakovidis, Perati. To Nekrotapheion I – III (Athens 1969-1970).

C. Paschalidis ad P. J. P. McGeorge, “Life and Death in the Periphery of the Mycenaean World at the End of the Late Bronze Age: The Case of the Achaea Klauss Cemetery,” 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) 79-113.

K. Perna, “The LM IIIC Burial Culture in Crete: A Socio-Economic Perspective,” in J. M. A. Murphy, Prehistoric Crete: Regional and Diachronic Studies on Mortuary Systems (Philadelphia 2011) 119-164.

C. Piteros, “Taphes kai tephrodocha angeia tymbou tes YE IIIC sto Argos,” in N. C. Stampolidis (ed.), Praktika tou Symposiou ‘Kafseis sten Epoche tou Chalkou kai ten proïme Epoche tou Siderou’, Rodos, 29 Apriliou – 2 Maïou 1999 (Athens 2001) 99-120.

M. R. Popham and J. H. Musgrave, “The Late Helladic IIIC Intramural Burials at Lefkandi, Euboea,” BSA 86(1991) 273-296.

S. Xanthoudides, “Oi taphoi ton Moulianon,” AE (1904) 21-55.

Cyprus in the Later 13th, 12th, and 11th Centuries B.C.

[Late Cypriot IIC - IIIB]

[see also below under "The Sea Peoples"]

P. Åström, Swedish Cyprus Expedition IV:1C. The Late Cypriote Bronze Age. Architecture and Pottery (Lund 1972).

P. Åström, “Minoan Features at Hala Sultan Tekke,” Pepragemena tou D’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1980) 35-42.

P. Åström, “Hala Sultan Tekke – An International Harbour Town of the Late Cypriot Bronze Age,” OpAth 16(1986) 7-17.

P. Åström, “Hala Sultan Tekke – A Late Cypriot Harbour Town,” in P. Åström and E. Herscher (eds.), Late Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Function and Relationship [SIMA-PB 126] (Jonsered 1996) 9-14.

P. Åström, “Continuity or Discontinuity: Indigenous and Foreign Elements in Cyprus around 1200 BCE,” in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998) 80-86.

P. Bikai, “The Phoenicians and Cyprus,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  31-37.

D. Buitron-Oliver, “Kourion: The Elusive Argive Settlement and its Burial Grounds from the 11th to the 8th Century B.C.,” in M. Iacovou and D. Michaelides (eds.), Cyprus: The Historicity of the Geometric Horizon (Nicosia 1999) 69-77.

S. Bunimovitz, “Sea Peoples in Cyprus and Israel: A Comparative Study of Immigration Processes,” 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) 94-102.

S. Bunimovitz and A. Yasur-Landau, “Women and Aegean Immigration to Cyprus in the 12th Century B.C.E., [forthcoming].

G. Cadogan, “Maroni and the Monuments,” in E. Peltenburg (ed.), Early Society in Cyprus (Edinburgh 1989) 43-51.

G. Cadogan, “Maroni: Change in Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in in P. Åström and E. Herscher (eds.), Late Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Function and Relationship [SIMA-PB 126] (Jonsered 1996) 15-22.

G. Cadogan, “The Thirteenth Century Changes in Cyprus in Their East Mediterranean Context,” 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)  6-16.

H. W. Catling, “A Bronze Greave from a 13th Century B.C. Tomb at Enkomi,” Opuscula Atheniensia 2(1955) 21-36.

H. W. Catling, “A New Bronze Sword from Cyprus,” Antiquity 35(1961) 115-122.

H. W. Catling, “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. – An End or a Beginning?,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  133-141.

D. Christou, “Kourion in the 11th Century B.C.,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994) 177-188.

J. N. Coldstream, “What Sort of Aegean Migration?,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  143-147.

V. R. d’A. Desborough, “Mycenaeans in Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C.,” in The Mycenaeans in the Eastern Mediterranean (Nicosia 1973) 79-87.

P. Dikaios, Enkomi Excavations 1948-1958 (Mainz 1969).

T. Dothan and A. Ben-Tor, Excavations at Athienou, Cyprus, 1971-1972 [Qedem 16] (Jerusalem 1983).

J. du Plat Taylor, “A Late Bronze Age Settlement at Apliki, Cyprus,” Antiquaries Journal 32(1952) 133-167.

J. du Plat Taylor, Myrtou-Pigadhes. A Late Bronze Age Sanctuary in Cyprus (Oxford 1957).

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

M. Fortin, “Recherches sur l’architecture militaire de l’âge du bronze à Chypre,” Classical Views 27:2(1983) 206-219.

P. Fragnoli and S. Levi, “Petrographic Analysis of Pottery from Pyla-Kokkinokremos: Preliminary Report,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 101-106.

A. Furumark, “The Excavations at Sinda. Some Historical Results,” Opuscula Atheniensia 6(1965) 99-116.

N. H. Gale, “Source of the Lead Metal Used to Make a Repair Clamp on a Nuragic Vase Recently Excavated at Pyla-Kokkinokremos,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 107-112.

S. Hadjisavvas, Olive Oil Processing in Cyprus. From the Bronze Age to the Byzantine Period [Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology 99] (Nicosia 1992).

S. Hadjisavvas, “Alassa: A Regional Center of Alasia?,” in Late Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Function

and Relationships [Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Pocket-book 126] (Jonsered 1996)  23-38.

L. A. Hitchcock, “Cult(ural Continuity and Regional Diversity: The Encoding of Aegean Form and Function in Late Bronze Age Cypriot Architecture,” JPR [forthcoming].

G. Hult, Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean [Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology 66] (Göteborg 1983).

M. Iacovou, The Pictorial Pottery of Eleventh Century B.C. Cyprus [SIMA 79] (Göteborg 1988).

M. Iacovou, “Society and Settlements in Late Cypriot III,” in E. Peltenburg (ed.), Early Society in Cyprus (Edinburgh 1989) 52-59.

M. Iacovou, “The Topography of Eleventh Century B.C. Cyprus,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  149-165.

M. Iacovou, “Philistia and Cyprus in the Eleventh Century: From a Similar Prehistory to a Diverse Protohistory,” iin 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) 332-344.

M. Iacovou, “The Greek Exodus to Cyprus: The Antiquity of Hellenism,” Mediterranean Historical Review 14(1999) 1-28.

M. Iacovou, “EXCERPTA CYPRIA GEOMETRICA. Materials for a History of Geometric Cyprus,” in M. Iacovou and D. Michaelides (eds.), Cyprus: The Historicity of the Geometric Horizon (Nicosia 1999) 141-161.

M. Iacovou and D. Michaelides (eds.), Cyprus: The Historicity of the Geometric Horizon (Nicosia 1999).

R. Jung, “Pirates of the Aegean: Italy – the East Aegean – Cyprus at the End of the Scond Millennium BC,” in V.Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), Cyprus and the East Aegean: Intervultural Contacts from 3000 to 500 BC (Nicosia 2009) 72-93.

R. Jung, “Innovative Cooks and New Dishes: Cypriote Pottery in the 13th and 12th Centuries BC and its Historical Interpretation,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 57-86.

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

V. Karageorghis, Alaas: A Protogeometric Necropolis in Cyprus (Nicosia 1975).

V. Karageorghis. Palaepaphos-Skales. An Iron Age Cemetery in Cyprus (Konstanz 1983].

V. Karageorghis, The End of the Late Bronze Age in Cyprus (Nicosia 1990).

V. Karageorghis, “The Crisis Years: Cyprus,” in W. A. Ward and M. S. Joukowsky (eds.), The 12th Century B.C.: the Crisis Years (Dubuque1992) 79-86.

V. Karageorghis, “Le commerce chypriote avec l’Occident au Bronze Récent: quelques nouvelles découvertes,” CRAI (1993) 577-588.

V. Karageorghis, “The Prehistory of an Ethnogenesis,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  1-9.

V. Karageorghis, “Hearths and Bathtubs in Cyprus: A ‘Sea Peoples’ Innovation?,” 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) 276-282.

V. Karageorghis, “Mycenaean ‘Acropoleis’ in the Aegean and Syprus: Some Comparisons,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 127-135.

V. Karageorghis, “Cultural Innovations in Cyprus Relating to the Sea Peoples,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassessment (Philadelphia 2000) 255-279.

V. Karageorghis, “What Happened in Cyprus c.1200 BC: Hybridization, Creolization or Immigration? An Introduction,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 19-28.

V. Karageorghis and M. Demas, Excavations at Kition V: The Pre-Phoenician Levels (Nicosia 1985).

V. Karageorghis and M. Demas, Excavations at Maa-Palaeokastro, 1976-1986 (Nicosia 1988).

P. S. Keswani, “A Preliminary Investigation of Systems of Ceramic Production and Distribution in Cyprus during the Late Bronze Age,” in J. A. Barlow, D. L. Bolger, and B. Kling (eds.), Cypriot Ceramics: Reading the Prehistoric Record (Philadelphia 1991) 97-118.

P. S. Keswani, “Gas Chromatography Analyses of Pithoi from Kalavassos – Ayios Dhimitrios: a Preliminary Report,” RDAC (1992) 141-144.

P. S. Keswani, “Models of Exchange in Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” BASOR 292(1993) 73-83.

B. Kling, “Mycenaean IIIC:1b and Related Pottery in Cyprus: Comments on the Current State of Research,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassessment (Philadelphia 2000) 281-295.

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

A. B. Knapp, Copper Production and Divine Protection. Archaeology, Ideology and Social Complexity on Bronze Age Cyprus [Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology, Pocket-book 42] (Göteborg 1986).

A. B. Knapp, “Production, Location and Integration in Bronze Age Cyprus,” Current Anthropology 31(1990) 147-176.

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

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

A. B. Knapp, “Emergence, Development and Decline on Bronze Age Cyprus,” in C, Mathers and S. Stoddart (eds.), Development and Decline in the Mediterranean Bronze Age (Sheffield 1994) 270-304.

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

N. Kourou, “Sceptres and Maces in Cyprus Before, During, and Immediately After the 11th Century,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)   203-227.

N. Leriou, “The Mycenaean Colonisation of Cyprus under the Magnifying Glass: Emblemic Indicia versus Defining Criteria at Palaepaphos,” in G. Muskett, A. Koltsida, and M. Georgiadis (eds.), SOMA 2001: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology 2001 [BAR International Series 1040] (Oxford 2002) 169-177.

F. G. Maier, “Palaipaphos and the Transition to the Early Iron Age: Continuities, Discontinuities and Location Shifts,” in M. Iacovou and D. Michaelides (eds.), Cyprus: The Historicity of the Geometric Horizon (Nicosia 1999) 79-93.

R. S. Merrillees, “The Crisis Years: Cyprus. A Rejoinder,” in W. A. Ward and M. S. Joukowsky (eds.), The 12th Century B.C.: the Crisis Years (Dubuque1992) 87-92.

R. Merrillees, “Paul Åström, SIMA and Alashiya,” in J. M. Webb nd D. Frankel (eds.), Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology: Fifty Years On (Uppsala 2012) 67-72.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The End of the Bronze Age at Enkomi, Cyprus: The Problem of Level IIIB,” BSA 100(2005) 125-214.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Dating of the Early LC IIIA Phase at Enkomi,” in M. Bietak and E. Czerny (eds.), Proceedings of the 2nd Euroconference “SCIEM 2000” III (Vienna 2007) 583-594.

P. A, Mountjoy, “A Mycenaean Stirrup Jar from Enkomi O.T. 74,” 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) 64-75.

P. Mountjoy, “Cyprus and the East Aegean: LH IIIC Pottery Connections,” in V.Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), Cyprus and the East Aegean: Intervultural Contacts from 3000 to 500 BC (Nicosia 2009) 59-71.

P. Mountjoy, “The Kylix and the Basin in 12th Century BC Cyprus with Particular Reference to Hala Sultan Tekke,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 331-348.

J. D. Muhly, “The Role of the Sea Peoples in Cyprus during the LC III Period,” in V. Karageorghis and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Cyprus at the Close of the Late Bronze Age (Nicosia 1984) 39-56.

J. D. Muhly, “The Organization of the Copper Industry in Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in E. Peltenburg (ed.), Early Society in Cyprus (Edinburgh 1989) 298-314.

O. Negbi, “Reflections on the Ethnicity of Cyprus in the Eleventh Century BCE,” in S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern (eds.), Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan (Jerusalem 1998) 87-93.

C. Podzuweit, “Zypern am Übergang von Spätzyprisch IIC zu IIIA,” in W. Schiering (ed.), Kolloquium zur Ägäischen Vorgeschichte 1986 (Mannheim 1987) 185-192.

S. Sherratt, “Immigration and Archaeology: Some Indirect Reflections,” in P. Åström (ed.), Acta Cypria Part 3 (Jonsered 1992) 316-347.

S. Sherratt, “Commerce, Iron and Ideology: Metallurgical Innovation in 12th-11th Century Cyprus,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  59-107.

A. M. Snodgrass, “Gains, Losses and Survivals: What We Can Infer for the Eleventh Century B.C.,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994) 167-175.

A. K. South, “Kalavasos-Ayios Dhimitrios 1987: An Important Ceramic Group from Building X,” RDAC (1988) Part 1: 223-228.

A. K. South, “From Copper to Kingship: Aspects of Bronze Age Society Viewed from the Vasilikos Valley,” in E. Peltenburg (ed.), Early Society in Cyprus (Edinburgh 1989) 315-324.

A. K. South, “Urbanism and Trade in the Vasilikos Valley in the Late Bronze Age,” in S. Bourke and J-P. Descoeudres (eds.), Trade, Contact, and the Movement of Peoples in the Eastern Mediterranean: Studies in Honour of J. Basil Hennessy [Mediterranean Archaeology Supplement 3] (Sydney 1995) 187-197.

A. K. South, P. J. Russell, and P. S. Keswani, Vasilikos Valley Project 3: Kalavasos – Ayios Dhimitrios II. Ceramic Objects, Tombs, Specialist Studies [SIMA 71:3] (Göteborg 1989).

L. Steele, “Pottery Production in Cyprus in the Eleventh Century B.C.,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  239-247.

J. Vanschoonwinkel, “La présence grecque à Chypre au XIe siècle av. J.-C.,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  109-132.

E. D. T. Vermeule and F. Z. Wolsky, Toumba tou Skourou. A Bronze Age Potter’s Quarter in Cyprus (Cambridge 1990).

I. Voskos and B. Knapp, “Cyprus at the End of the Late Bronze Age: Crisis and Colonization or Continuity and Hybridization?,” AJA 112(2008) 659-684.

G. R. H. Wright, Ancient Building in Cyprus (Leiden 1992).

M. Yon, “Animaux symboliques dans le céramique chypriote du XIe s.,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Proceedings of the International Symposium “Cyprus in the 11th Century B.C. (Nicosia 1994)  189-201.

M. Yon, “Salamis and Kition in the 11th – 9th Century B.C.: Cultural Homogeneity or Divergence,” in M. Iacovou and D. Michaelides (eds.), Cyprus: The Historicity of the Geometric Horizon (Nicosia 1999) 17-33.

 

The Sea Peoples

[including  the Philistines and the Shardana; see also above under "Cyprus"]

A. J. Aja, Philistine Domestic Architecture in the Iron Age I (Ph.D dissertation, Harvard University 2009).

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.

F. Asaro, M. Dothan, and I. Perlman, “An Introductory Study of Mycenaean IIIC:1 Ware from Tel Ashdod,” Archaeometry 13(1971) 169-175.

T. J. Barako, “The Philistine Settlement as Mercantile Phenomenon?,” AJA 104(2000) 513-530.

T. J. Barako, The Seaborne Migratiion of the Philistines (PhD thesis, Harvard University 2001).

T. J. Barako (ed.), Tel Mor: The Moshe Dothan Excavations, 1959-1960 (Jerusalem 2007).

R. D. Barnett, “The Sea Peoples,” in CAH II:2 [3rd edition] (Cambridge 1975) 359-378.

A. Bauer, “Cities of the Sea: Maritime Trade and the Origin of Philistine Settlement in the Early Iron Age Southern Levant,” OJA 17(1998) 149-168.

D. Ben-Shlomo, “The Iron Age Sequence of Tel Ashdod: A Rejoinder to ‘Ashdod Revisited’ by I. Finkelstein and L. Singer-Avitz,” Tel Aviv 30(2003) 83-107.

D. Ben-Shlomo, “Cultural Diversity, Ethnicity and Power Imbalance in Early Iron Age Philistia,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 267-290.

D. Ben-Shlomo, Philistine Iconograhy: A Wealth of Style and Symbolism (Fribourg 2010).

D. Ben-Shlomo, “Food Preparation Habits and Cultural Interaction during the Late Bronze and Iron Age in Southern Israel,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 273-286.

D. Ben-Shlomo and M. Press, “A Re-examination of Aegean-style Figurines in Light of New Evidence from Ashdod, Ashkelon, and Ekron,” BASOR 353(3009) 39-74.

D. Ben-Shlomo, I. Shai, A. Zukerman, and A. M. Maeir, “Cooking Identities: Aegean-style Cooking Jugs and Cultural Interaction in Iron Age Philistia and Neighboring Regions,” AJA 112(2008) 225-246.

P. P. Betancourt, “The Aegean and the Origin of the Sea Peoples,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassessment (Philadelphia 2000) 297-303.

M. Bietak, “Zur Landnahme Palästinas durch die Seevölker und zum Ende der ägyptischen Provinz Kana’an,” MDAIK 47(1991) 35-50.

M. Bietak, “The Sea Peoples and the End of the Egyptian Administration in Canaan,” in A. Biran and J. Aviram (eds.), Biblical Archaeology Today, 1990 [Proceedings of the Second International Congress on Biblical Archaeology] (Jerusalem 1993) 292-306.

M. Bietak and R. Jung, “Pharoahs, Swords and Sea Peoples,” Archaeology and History in the Lebanon 26-27 (2007-08) 212-233.

K. J. Birney, Sea Peoples or Syrian Peddlers? The Late Bronze – Iron I Aegean Presence in Syria and Cilicia (Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University 2007).

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.

J. H. Breasted (ed.), Medinet Habu I: Earlier Historical Records of Ramses III (Chicago 1930).

J. F. Brug, A Literary and Archaeological Study of the Philistines (Ann Arbor 1984).

S. Bunimovitz, “Sea Peoples in Cyprus and Israel: A Comparative Study of Immigration Processes,” 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) 94-102.

S. Bunimovitz, “’Us’ and ‘Them’: The Distribution of 12th Century Cooking Pots and Drinking Cups as Identity Markers,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 237-244.

S. Bunimovitz and A. Yasur-Landau, “Philistine and Israelite Pottery: A Comparative Approach to the Question of Pots and People,” Tel Aviv 23(1996) 88-101.

S. Bunimovitz and A. Yasur-Landau, “Behavioral Aspects of 12th Century B.C.E. Aegean Immigrants in Palestine and Cyprus,” [forthcoming].

E. Capet, “Les Peuples des céramiques ‘barbares’ à Tell Kazel (Syrie),” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 187-207.

B. Cifola, “The Terminology of Ramses III’s Historical Records with a Formal Analysis of the War Scenes,” Orientalia 60(1991) 9-57.

B. Cifola, “The Role of the Sea Peoples at the End of the Late Bronze Age: A Reassessment of Textual and Archaeological Evidence,” Oriens Antiqui Miscellanea 1(1994) 1-23.

M. Dothan, “Archaeological Evidence for Movements of the Early ‘Sea Peoples’ in Canaan,” in S. Gitin and W. G. Dever (eds.), Recent Excavations in Israel: Studies in Iron Age Archaeology [AASOR 49] (Winona Lake 1989) 54-70.

M. Dothan and Y.Porath, “Ashdod V: Excavation of Area G: The Fourth – Sixth Seasons of Excavations 1968-1970,” Atiqot 23 (1993).T. Dothan, The Philistines and Their Material Culture (Jerusalem 1982).

M. Dothan and D. Ben-Shlomo, Ashdod VI: The Excavations of Areas H and K (1968-1969) [Israel Antiquity Reports 24] (Jerusalem 2005).

T. Dothan, “The Philistines Reconsidered,” in J. Amitai (ed.), Biblical Archaeology Today: Proceedings of the International Congress on Biblical Archaeology (Jerusalem 1985) 165-176.

T. Dothan, “The Arrival of the Sea Peoples: Cultural Diversity in Early Iron Age Canaan,” in S. Gitin and W. G. Dever (eds.), Recent Excavations in Israel: Studies in Iron Age Archaeology [AASOR 49] (Winona Lake 1989) 1-15.

T. Dothan, “Social Dislocation and Cultural Change in the 12th Century B.C.E.,” in W. A. Ward and M. S. Joukowsky (eds.), The 12th Century B.C.: the Crisis Years (Dubuque1992)  93-98.

T. Dothan, “Tel Miqne-Ekron: The Aegean Affinities of the Sea Peoples’ (Philistines’) Settlement in Canaan in Iron Age I,” in S. Gitin (ed.), Recent Excavations in Israel – A View to the West (1995) 41-60.

T. Dothan, “Initial Philistine Settlement: From Migration to Coexistence,” 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) 148-161.

T. Dothan, “Reflections on the Initial Phase of Philistine Settlement,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassessment (Philadelphia 2000) 145-158.

T. and M. Dothan, People of the Sea: The Search for the Philistines (New York 1992).

T. Dothan and S. Gitin, “Ekron of the Philistines,” Biblical Archaeology Review 16:1(1990) 21-36.

T. Dothan and A. Zukerman, “A Preliminary Study of the Mycenaean IIIC:1 Pottery Assemblages from Tel Miqne-Ekron and Ashdod,” BASOR 333(2004) 1-54.

C. G. Doumas, “Aegeans in the Levant: Myth and Reality,” 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) 129-137.

R. Drews, “Medinet Habu: Oxcarts, Ships, and Migration Theories,” JNES 59(2000) 161-190.

L. du Pied, “The Early Iron Age in the Northern Levant: Continuity and Change in the Pottery Assemblages from Ras el-Bssit and Ras Ibn Hani,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 161-185.

L. du Pied, “Early Iron Age Scoiety in the Northern Levant: Architecture, Pottery and Finds,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 219-236.

C. S. Ehrlich, “Philistine Religion: Text and Archaeology,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 33-52.

A. Faust and J. Lev-Tov, “The Constitution of Philistine Identity: Ethnic Dynamics in Twelfth to Tenth Century Philistia,” OJA 30(2011) 55-68.

M. Finkelberg, “Bronze Age Writing: Contacts between East and West,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 265-272.

I. Finkelstein, “The Date of the Settlement of the Philistines in Canaan,” Tel Aviv 22(1995) 213-239.

I. Finkelstein, “The Philistine Countryside,” IEJ 46(1996) 225-242.

I. Finkelstein, “Philistine Chronology: High, Middle or Low?,” 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) 140-147.

I. Finkelstein, “The Philistine Settlements: When, Where, and How Many?,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassessment (Philadelphia 2000) 159-180.

K. D. Fisher, “The ‘Aegeanization” of Cyprus at the End of the Bronze Age: An Architectural Perspective,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 81-103.

L. Gagne, “The Problem of Regional Variation of Mycenaean IIIC:1 Pottery: The View from Cyprus,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 105-111.

A. Gilboa, “Sea Peoples and Phoenicians along the Southern Phoenician Coast – A Reconiliation: An Interpretation of Sikila (SKL) Material Culture,” BASOR 337(2005) 47-78.

A. Gilboa, “Fragmenting the Sea Peoples, with an Emphasis on Cyprus, Syria and Egypt: A Tel Dor Perspective,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28 (2006-07) 209-244.

S. Gitin, “The Philistines: Neighbors of the Canaanites, Phoeinicians and Israelites,” in D. R. Clark and V. H. Matthews (eds.), 100 Years of American Archaeology in the Middle East (Boston 2004) 57-85.

J. Gunneweg et al., “On the Origin of Pottery from Tel Miqne-Ekron,” BASOR 264(1986) 3-16.

B. Halpern, “The Sea-Peoples and Identity,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 15-32.

B. Hesse, “Animal Use at Tel Miqne-Ekron in the Bronze Age and Iron Age,” BASOR 264(1986) 17-27.

B. Hesse, “Pig Lovers and Pig Haters: Patterns of Palestinian Pork Production,” Journal of Ethnobiology 10(1990) 195-225.

M. Iacovou, “Philistia and Cyprus in the Eleventh Century: From a Similar Prehistory to a Diverse Protohistory,” iin 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) 332-344.

B. Janeway, “The Nature and Extent of Aegean Contact at Tell Ta’yinat and Vicinity in the Early Iron Age: Evidence of the Sea Peoples?,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 123-146.

B. Janeway, “Mycenaean Bowls at 12th/11th Century BC Tell Tayinat (Amuq Valley),” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 167-186.

K. Jansen-Winkeln, “Ägyptische Geschichte im Zeitalter der Wanderungen von Seevölkern und Libyern,” in E. A. Braun-Holzinger and H. Matthäus (eds.), Die nahöstliche Kulturen an der Wende vom 2. zum 1. Jahrtausend v. Chr.: Kontinuität und Wandel von Strukturen und Mechanismen kultureller Interaktion (Möhnesee 2002) 123-142.

A. H. Jones, “The Philistines and the Hearth: Their Journey to the Levant,” JNES 31(1972) 343-350.

R. Jung, “The Cooking Pot Tradition at Tell Kazel,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 149-166.

A. Killebrew, “Pottery Kilns from Deir el-Balah and Tel Miqne-Ekron,” in J. D. Seger (ed.), Retrieving the Past. Essays on Archaeological Research and Methodology in Honor of Gus W. van Beek (Bloomington 1996) 135-162.

A. Killebrew, “Ceramic Typology and Technology of Late Bronze II and Iron I Assemblages from Tel Miqne-Ekron: The Transition from Canaanite to Philistine Culture,” 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)  379-405.

A. E. Killebrew, “Aegean-Style Early Philistine Pottery in Canaan during the Iron I Age: a Stylistic Analysis of Mycenaean IIIC:1b Pottery and its Associated Wares,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassessment (Philadelphia 2000) 233-253.

A. Killebrew, “The Philistines in Context: The Transmission and Appropriation of Mycenaean-Style Culture in the East Aegean, Southeastern Coastal Anatolia, and the Levant,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 235-266.

A. Killebrew and J. Lev-Tov, “Early Iron Age Feasting and Cuisine: An Indicator of Philistine-Aegean Connectivity?,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 339-346.

K. A. Kitchen, Ramesside Inscriptions Translated and Annotated. Tranlations IV: Merenptah and the Late Nineteenth Dynasty (Oxford 2003).

G. A. Lehmann, Die mykenische-frühgriechische Welt und der östliche Mittelmeerraum in der Zeit der ‘Seevölker’-Invasionen um 1200 v.Chr. (Opladen 1985).

G. Lehmann, “Cooking Pots and Loomweights in a ‘Philistine’ Village: Preliminary Report on the Excavations at Qubur el-Walaydah, Israel,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 287-314.

D. R. Lipovich, “Modeling a Mycenaean Menu: Can Aegean Populations Be Defined in Near Eastern Contexts Based on Their Diet?,” Scripta Mediterranea 27-28(2006-07) 147-159.

P. Machinist, “Biblical Traditions: The Philistines and Israelite History,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Sea Peoples and their World: A Reassessment (Philadelphia 2000) 53-83.

A. M. Maeir, “Aegean Feasting and Other Indo-European Elements in the Philistine Household,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 347-352.

A. M. Maeir, L. A. Hitchcock, and L. K. Horwitz, “On the Constitution and Transformation of Philistine Identity,” OJA 32(2013) 1-38.

D. M. Master, “Iron I Chronology at Ashkelon: Preliminary Results of the Leon Levy Expedition,” in T. E. Levy and T. Higham (eds.), The Bible and Radiocarbon Dating: Archaeology, Text and Science (London 2005) 337-348.

D. M. Master, “Home Cooking at Ashkelon in the Bronze and Iron Ages,” in V. Karageorghis and O. Kouka (eds.), On Cooking Pots, Drinking Cups, Loomwieghts and Ethnicity in Bronze Age Cyprus and Neighboring Regions (Nicosia 2011) 257-272.

D. M. Master, L. E. Stager, and A Yasur-Landau, “Chronological Observations at the Dawn of the Iron Age at Ashkelon,” Ägypten und Levante 21(2011) 261-280.

A. Mazar, Excavations at Tell Qasile, Part One: The Philistine Sanctuary: Architecture and Cult Objects [QEDEM 12] (Jerusalem 1980).

A. Mazar, Excavations at Tell Qasile, Part Two: The Philistine Sanctuary: Various Finds, the Pottery, Conclusions, Appendices [QEDEM 20] (Jerusalem 1985).

A. Mazar, “Excavations at Tell Qasile 1982-1984,” IEJ 36(1986) 1-15.

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