Lesson 1 Bibliography

Symposia and Colloquia

G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999).

 

N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008).

 

T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001).

 

J-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives [Actes du Colloque International, Lyon, 17-22 Avril 1990] (Athens 1994).

 

N. Galanidou and C. Perlès (eds.), The Greek Mesolithic: Problems and Perspectives [BSA Studies 10] (London 2003).

 

C. Lichter (ed.), How Did Farming Reach Europe? Anatolian-European Relations from the Second Half of the 7th through the First Half of the 6th Millennium Cal BC [Proceedings of the International Workshop Istanbul, 20-22 May 2004] [Byzas 2] (Ankara 2005).

Individual Works

E. Adam, “The Upper Palaeolithic Stone Industries of Epirus in their Regional Setting,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 137-147.

 

E. Adam, “Preliminary Presentation of the Upper Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Stone Industries of Theopetra Cave, Western Thessaly,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 266-270.

 

A. J. Ammerman, N. Efstratiou, and E. Adam, “First Evidence for the Palaeolithic in Aegean Thrace,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 211-214.

 

A. Andreïkos, Oi katoteres palaiolithikes lithotechnies tes Dytikes Epeirou kai tou Ioniou (Athens 1993).

 

A. G. Andreïkos, “Palaiolithika evremata sten anatolike Attike,” Archaiologia kai Technes 67 (1998) 80-86.

 

O. Apostolopoulou-Kakavoyianni, “Proïstorika apo ten Tritaia,” in A. D. Rizakis (ed.), Archaia Achaïa kai Eleia/ Achaïa und Elis in der Antike (Athens 1991) 45-50.

 

G. Arsebük and M. Özbasaran, “Pleistocene Archaeology at the Cave of Yarimburgaz in Eastern Thrace/Turkey,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 59-72.

 

G. Bailey, “The Palaeolithic of Klithi in its Wider Context,” BSA 87 (1992) 1-28.

 

G. Bailey, “The Balkans in Prehistory: The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas,” Antiquity 69 (1995) 19-24.

 

G. Bailey (ed.), Klithi: Palaeolithic Settlement and Quaternary Landscapes in Northwest Greece I: Excavation and Intra-Site Analysis at Klithi (Cambridge 1997).

 

G. Bailey (ed.), Klithi: Palaeolithic Settlement and Quaternary Landscapes in Northwest Greece II: Klithi in its Local and Regional Setting (Cambridge 1997).

 

G. Bailey, “The Palaeolithic Archaeology and Palaeogeography of Epirus with Particular Reference to the Investigation of the Klithi Rockshelter,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 159-169.

 

G. Bailey, V. Papaconstantinou, and D. Sturdy, “Asprochaliko and Kokkinopilos: TL Dating and Reinterpretation of Middle Palaeolithic Sites in Epirus, North-west Greece,” Cambridge Archaeological Journal 2 (1992) 136-144.

 

G. N. Bailey et al., “Asprochaliko and Kastritsa: Further Investigations of Palaeolithic Settlement and Economy in Epirus (Northwest Greece),” PPS 49 (1983) 15-42.

 

G. N. Bailey et al., “Epirus Revisited: Seasonality and Inter-site Variation in the Upper Palaeolithic of North-West Greece,” in G. Bailey (ed.), Hunter-Gatherer Economy in Prehistory: A European Perspective (Cambridge 1983) 64-78.

 

G. N. Bailey et al., “Palaeolithic Investigations at Klithi: Preliminary Results of the 1984 and 1985 Field Seasons,” BSA 81(1986) 7-35.

 

G. Bailey et al., “Active Tectonics and Land-use Strategies: A Palaeolithic Example from Northwest Greece,” Antiquity 67 (1993) 292-312.

 

P. Berktold, “Das prähistorische Akarnanien: Vom Paläolithikum zur geometrischen Zeit,” in P. Berktold, J. Schmid, and C. Wacker (eds.), Akarnanien: Eine Landschaft im antiken Griechenland (Munich/Würzburg 1996) 21-59.

 

P. Bialor and M. H. Jameson, “Palaeolithic in the Argolid,” AJA 66 (1962) 181-182.

 

E. F. Bloedow, “The ‘Aceramic’ Neolithic Phase in Greece Reconsidered,” Mediterranean Archaeology 4 (1991) 1-44.

 

C. Broodbank, “The Origins and Early Development of Mediterranean Maritime Activity,” JMA 19(2006) 199-230.

 

W. Cavanagh and C. Mee, A Private Place: Death in Prehistoric Greece [SIMA 125] (Jonsered 1998) 5-13.

 

J. Chavaillon, N. Chavaillon, and F. Hours, “Une industrie paléolithique du Péloponnèse: Le Moustérien de Vasilaki,” BCH 88 (1964) 616-622.

 

J. Chavaillon et al., “Industries paléolithiques de l’Élide I: Région d’Amalias,” BCH 91 (1967) 151-201.

 

J. Chavaillon et al., “Industries paléolithiques de l’Élide II: Région du Kastron,” BCH 93 (1969) 97-151.

 

G. Chelidonio, “Manufatti litici su ciottolo da Milos (isole Cicladi) (nota preliminare),” Pegaso 1 (2001) 116-144.

 

J. F. Cherry, “Four Problems in Cycladic Prehistory,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 22-47, esp. 25-32.

 

G. A. Cubuk, “Altpaläolithische Funde von der Mittelmeerterrassen bei Nea Skala auf Kephallinia (Griechenland),” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 6 (1976) 175-181.

 

T. Cullen, “Mesolithic Mortuary Ritual at Franchthi Cave, Greece,” Antiquity 69 (1995) 270-289.

 

S. Dakaris, E. S. Higgs, and R. W. Hay, “The Climate, Environment and Industries of Stone Age Greece: Part I,” PPS 30(1964) 199-244.

 

A. Darlas, “E orinakia lithotechnia tou Elaiochoriou Achaïas,” AE 128 (1989) 137-159.

 

A. Darlas, “Palaeolithic Research in Western Achaia,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 303-310.

 

A. Darlas, “Palaiolithika evremata apo te lekane tes Megalopoles. E schese tous me ta apolithomata tes idias perioches,” 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) 27-27.

 

A. Darlas and H. de Lumley, “Palaeolithic Research in Kalamakia Cave, Areopolis, Peloponnese,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 293-302.

 

A. Dousougli, “Palaeolithic Leukas,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 288-292.

 

P. Elefanti, Hunter-Gatherer Specialised Subsistence Strategies in Greece during the Upper Palaeolithic from the Perspective of Lithic Technology [BAR-IS 1130] (Oxford 2003).

 

N. Eustratiou and A. J. Ammerman, “Ta prota euremata tes palaiolithikes epoches ste Thrake,” Archaiologia kai Technes 60 (1996) 7-12.

 

Y. Facorellis and Y. Maniatis, “The Potential and Accuracy of Radiocarbon Dating in the Palaeolithic Period,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 221-231.

 

W. R. Farrand, “Discontinuity in the Stratigraphic Record: Snapshots from Franchthi Cave,” in P. Goldberg, D. T. Nash, and M. D. Petraglia (eds.), Formation Processes in Archaeological Context (Madison 1993) 85-96.

 

W. R. Farrand, Depositional History of Franchthi Cave: Stratigraphy, Sedimentology, and Chronology [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 12] (Bloomington 2000).

 

K. D. Francis, D. J. Bescoby, and I. Gjipali, “A Preliminary Investigation of Two Prehistoric Cave Sites in Southern Albania,” BSA 104(2009) 9-26.

 

G. Freund, “Zum Paläolithikum Thessaliens,” PZ 46(1971) 181-194.

 

N. Galanidou, “‘So Far Away, So Close’: Historical and Theoretical Perspectives on Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Research in Greece,” Ariadne 8(1996) 7-29.

 

N. Galanidou, ‘Home is Where the Hearth Is’: The Spatial Organization of the Upper Palaeolithic Rockshelter Occupations at Klithi and Kastritsa in Northwest Greece [BAR-IS 687]  (Oxford 1997).

 

N. Galanidou, “Regional Settlement and Intra-site Spatial Patterns in Upper Palaeolithic Epirus,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 148-158.

 

N. Galanidou and C. Perlès (eds.), The Greek Mesolithic: Problems and Perspectives [BSA Studies 10] (London 2003).

 

C. Gamble, The Palaeolithic Settlement of Europe (Cambridge 1986).

 

C. Gamble, “Faunal Exploitation at Klithi: A Late Glacial Rockshelter in Epirus, Northwestern Greece,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 179-187.

 

I. Gatsov and M. Özdogan, “Some Epi-Paleolithic Sites from NW Turkey: Agaçli, Domali and Gümüsdere,” Anatolica 20 (1994) 97-120.

 

J. A. J. Gowlett, “The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic, Transition Problems and Hominid Species: Greece in Broader Perspective,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 43-58.

 

J. M. Hansen, The Palaeoethnobotany of Franchthi Cave [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 7] (Bloomington 1991).

 

F. B. Harrold, M. M. Korkuti, B. B. Ellwood, K. M. Petruso, and J. Schuldenrein, “The Palaeolithic of Southernmost Albania,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 361-372.

 

K. Harvati, E. Panagopoulou, and C N. Runnels, “The Palaeoanthropology of Greece,” Evolutionary Anthropology 18(2009) 131-143.

 

G. Hennig et al., “ESR-Dating of the Fossil Hominid Cranium from Petralona Cave, Greece,” Nature 292 (1981) 533-536.

 

E. S. Higgs, “A Hand Axe from Greece,” Antiquity 38 (1964) 54-55.

 

E. S. Higgs and C. Vita-Finzi, “The Climate, Environment and Industries of Stone Age Greece: Part II,” PPS 32 (1966) 1-29.

 

E. S. Higgs et al., “The Climate, Environment and Industries of Stone Age Greece: Part III,” PPS 33 (1967) 1-29.

 

K. Honea, “Prehistoric Remains on the Island of Kythnos,” AJA 79 (1975) 277-279.

 

J. Huxtable et al., “Thermoluminescence Dates and New Analysis of the Early Mousterian from Asprochaliko,” Current Anthropology 33 (1992) 109-114.

 

T. Jacobsen, “17,000 Years of Greek Prehistory,” Scientific American 234:6 (1976) 76-87.

 

T. W. Jacobsen, “Franchthi Cave and the Beginning of Settled Village Life in Greece,” Hesperia 50 (1981) 303-319.

 

T. W. Jacobsen, “Seasonal Pastoralism in Southern Greece: A Consideration of the Ecology of Neolithic Urfirnis Pottery,” in P. M. Rice (ed.), Pots and Potters: Current Approaches in Ceramic Archaeology (Los Angeles 1984) 27-43.

 

T. W. Jacobsen and T. Cullen, “A Consideration of Mortuary Practices in Neolithic Greece: Burials from Franchthi Cave,” in S. C. Humphreys and H. King (eds.), Mortality and Immortality: The Anthropology and Archaeology of Death (London 1981) 79-101.

 

P. Karkanas, “Site Formation Processes in Theopetra Cave: A Record of Climatic Change during the Late Pleistocene and Early Holocene in Thessaly,” Geoarchaeology 16(2001) 373-399.

 

P. Karkanas, M. Koumouzelis, J. K. Kozlowski, V. Sitlivy, K. Sobczyk, F. Berna, and S. Weiner, “The Earliest Evidence for Clay Hearths: Aurignacian Features in Klisoura Cave 1, Southern Greece,” Antiquity 78(2004) 513-525.

 

S. Katsarou-Tzeveleki, “Aegean and Cyprus in the Early Holocene: Brothers or Distant Relatives?,” Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 1:1(2001) 43-55.

 

G. Kavvadias, Palaiolithike Kephalonia: O Politismos tou Phiskardhou (Athens 1984).

 

P. Kokkoros and A. Kanellis, “Découverte d’un crâne d’homme paléolithique dans la péninsule chalcidique,” L’Anthropologie 64 (1960) 438-446.

 

E. Kotjabopoulou, E. Panagopoulou, and E. Adam, “The Boila Rockshelter: Further Evidence of Human Activity in the Voïdomatis Gorge,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 197-210.

 

M. Koumouzeli and J. K. Kozlowski, “Oi proïstorikes theseis sto Pharangi tes Kleisouras,” Archaiologia kai Technes 60 (1996) 58-62.

 

M. Koumouzelis, J. K. Kozlowski, M. Nowak, K. Sobczyk, M. Kaczanowska. M. Pawlikowski, and A. Pazdur, “Prehistoric Settlements in the Klisoura Gorge, Argolid, Greece (Excavations 1993, 1994),” Préhistoire européenne 8 (1996) 143-173.

 

M. Koumouzelis et al., “The Early Upper Palaeolithic in Greece: the Excavations in Klisoura Cave,” JAS 28(2001) 515-539.

 

G. Kourtessi-Philippakis, Le paléolithique de la Grèce continentale (Paris 1986).

 

G. Kourtessi-Philippakis, “Les plus anciennes occupations humaines dans le territoire épirote et aux confins de l’Illyrie méridionale,” in P. Cabanes (ed.), L’Illyrie méridionale et l’Épire dans l’antiquité (Paris 1993) 11-16.

 

G. Kourtessi-Philippakis, “The Lower and Middle Palaeolithic in the Ionian Islands: New Finds,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 282-287.

 

G. Kourtessi-Philippakis, “Chasseurs-cueilleurs paléolithiques dans le monde égéen. Vut-on de ces ancêtres?,” in P. Darcque, M. Fotiadis, and O. Polychronopoulou (eds.), Mythos: La préhistoire égéenne du XIXe au XXIe siècle après J.-C. [BCH Supplement 46] (Athens 2006) 245-256.

 

P. Kuzman, “The Palaeolithic in Macedonia,” Macedoniae Acta Archaeologica 13 (1993) 9-16.

 

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, “The Palaeolithic Deposits of Theopetra Cave in Thessaly (Greece),” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 232-239.

 

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, “The Mesolithic in Theopetra Cave,” in N. Galanidou and C. Perlès (eds.), The Greek Mesolithic: Problems and Perspectives [BSA Studies 10] (London 2003) 189-198.

 

N. Laskaris, A. Sampson, F. Mavridis, and I. Liritzis, “Late Pleistocene/Early Holocene Seafaring in the Aegean: New Obsidian Hydration Dates with the SIMS-SS Method,” JAS 38(2011) 2475-2479.

 

A. G. Latham and H. P. Schwarcz, “The Petralona Hominid Site: Uranium-series Re-analysis of ‘Layer 10′ Calcite and Associated Palaeomagnetic Analyses,” Archaeometry 34 (1992) 135-140.

 

A. Leroi-Gourhan, “Découvertes paléolithiques en Élide,” BCH 88 (1964) 1-8.

 

H. de Lumley and A. Darlas, “Grotte de Kalamakia (Aréopolis, Péloponnèse),” BCH 118 (1994) 535-559.

 

H. de Lumley and A. Darlas, “Fouilles franco-helléniques de la Grotte de Kalamakia (Aréopolis, Peloponnèse),” BCH 120 (1996) 1041-1047.

 

C. Matzanas, “Oi palaiolithikes theseis tes Eleias,” AD 53A (1998) 1-24.

 

F. Mavridis, “Early Island Archaeology and the Extinction of Endemic Fauna in the Eastern Mediterranean: Problems of Interpretation and Methodology,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 65-74.

 

V. Milojcic, J. Boessneck, O.Jung, and H. Schneider, Paläolithikum um Larisa in Thessalien (Bonn 1965).

 

P. Mortensen, “Lower to Middle Palaeolithic Artefacts from Loutro on the South Coast of Crete,” Antiquity 82(2008) 317.

 

A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, “The Mesolithic and Neolithic Bone Implements,” in A. Sampson (ed.), The Cave of the Cyclops: Mesolithic and Neolithic Networks in the Northern Aegean, Greece II: Bone Tool Industries, Dietary Resources and the Paleoenvironment, and Archaeometrical Studies (Philadelphia 2011) 1-52.

 

S. Newton, “Theopetra Cave and the Palaeolithic-Mesolithic Transition in Southern Europe,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 115-122.

 

E. Panagopoulou, “The Theopetra Middle Palaeolithic Assemblages: Their Relevance to the Middle Palaeolithic of Greece and Adjacent Areas,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 252-265.

 

E. Panagopoulou, P. Karkanas, G. S. Tsartsidou, E. Kotjabopoulou, K. Harvati, and M. Ntinou, “Late Pleistocene Archaeological and Fossil Human Evidence from Lakonis Cave, Southern Greece,” JFA 29(2002) 323-349.

 

D. Papagianni, “Beyond ‘Flint Scatters’ and ‘Findspots’: Assessing the Potential for Compiling a Synthesis of the Greek Middle Palaeolithic Surface Data,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 130-136.

 

D. Papagianni, Middle Palaeolithic Occupation and Technology in Northwestern Greece: The Evidence from Open-Air Sites [BAR-IS 882] (Oxford 2000).

 

V. Papakonstantinou, “Endeixeis palaiolithikes parousias sten Aitoloakarnania,” in A’ Archaiologiko kai Istoriko Synedrio Aitoloakarnanias, Agrinio 1988 (Agrinio 1991) 23-26.

 

W. A. Parkinson and J. F. Cherry, “Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part VIII: Lithics and Landscapes: A Messenian Perspective,” Hesperia 79(2010) 1-51.

 

M. Pawlikowski, M. Koumouzelis, B. Ginter, and K. Kozlowski, “Emerging Ceramic Technology in Structured Aurignacian Hearths at Klisoura Cave I in Greece,” Archaeology, Ethnology & Anthropology of Eurasia 4(2000) 19-29.

 

S. Payne, “Faunal Change at Franchthi Cave from 20,000 B.C. – 3000 B.C.,” in A. T. Clason (ed.), Archaeozoological Studies (Amsterdam 1975) 120-131.

 

S. Payne, “Faunal Evidence for Environmental/Climatic Change at Franchthi Cave (Southern Argolid, Greece), 25,000 B.P. – 5000 B.P. Preliminary Results,” in J. L. Bintliff and W. van Zeist (eds.), Palaeoclimates, Palaeoenvironments and Human Communities in the Eastern Mediterranean Region in Later Prehistory  (Oxford 1982) 133-137.

 

C. Perlès, Les industries lithiques taillés de Franchthi (Argolide,Grèce) I: Présentation générale et industries paléolithiques (Bloomington 1987).

 

C. Perlès, “New Ways with an Old Problem: Chipped Stone Assemblages as an Index of Cultural Discontinuity in Early Greek Prehistory,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 477-488.

 

C. Perlès, “Systems of Exchange and Organization of Production in Neolithic Greece,” JMA 5:2 (1992) 115-164.

 

C. Perlès, “La transition Pléistocène/Holocène et le problème du Mésolithique en Grèce,” in V. Villaverde Bonilla (ed.), Los Últimos Cazadores: Transformaciones culturales y económicas durante el Tardiglaciar y el inicio del Holoceno en el ámbito mediterráneo (Alicante 1995) 179-206.

 

C. Perlès, “Long-term Perspectives on the Occupation of the Franchthi Cave: Continuity and Discontinuity,” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 311-318.

 

K. Petruso, B. Ellwood, and F. Harrold, “The Sarandë Project, 1992: Investigations in Southern Albania,” OWAN 16:1 (1992) 4-7.

 

K. M. Petruso, B. B. Ellwood, F. B. Harrold, and M. Korkuti, “Radiocarbon and Archaeomagnetic Dates from Konispol Cave, Albania,” Antiquity 68 (1994) 335-339.

 

T. K. Pitsios, “O Tainarios Anthropos,” Archaiologia kai Technes 60 (1996) 68-72.

 

A. N. Poulianos, “Petralona: A Middle Pleistocene Cave in Greece,” Archaeology 24 (1971) 6-11.

 

A. Poulianos et al., “Petralona Cave Dating Controversy,” Nature 299 (1982) 280-282.

 

J. Powell, “Fishing in the Mesolithic and Neolithic – the Cave of Cyclops, Youra,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 75-84.

 

J. Powell, “Non-Vertebral Fish Bones,” in A. Sampson (ed.), The Cave of the Cyclops: Mesolithic and Neolithic Networks in the Northern Aegean, Greece II: Bone Tool Industries, Dietary Resources and the Paleoenvironment, and Archaeometrical Studies (Philadelphia 2011) 151-236.

 

L. Reisch, Pleistozän und Urgeschichte der Peloponnes (Habilitationschrift, Friedrich-Alexander Universität, Erlangen; Nürnberg 1980).

 

L. Reisch, “The Transition to Middle Palaeolithic in Greece and the Southern Balkan,” in A. Ronen (ed.), The Transition from Lower to Middle Palaeolithic and the Origins of Modern Man (Oxford 1982) 223-231.

 

N. Roberts, “Late Quaternary Geomorphological Change and the Origins of Agriculture in South Central Turkey,” Geoarchaeology 6(1991) 1-26.

 

M. Rose, “Fishing at Franchthi Cave, Greece: Changing Environments and Patterns of Exploitation,” OWAN 18 (1995) 21-26.

 

G. Roubet, “Expressions of an Upper Palaeolithic Management of Lithic Resources at Klithi (Greece),” in G. N. Bailey, E. Adam, E. Panagopoulou, C. Perlès, and K. Zachos (eds.), The Palaeolithic Archaeology of Greece and Adjacent Areas [BSA Studies 3] (London 1999) 170-178.

 

C. Runnels, “A Prehistoric Survey of Thessaly: New Light on the Greek Middle Paleolithic,” JFA 15 (1988) 277-290.

 

C. Runnels, “A Palaeolithic Survey of Thessaly,” in J-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 55-56.

 

C. Runnels, “Review of Aegean Prehistory IV: The Stone Age of Greece from the Palaeolithic to the Advent of the Neolithic,” AJA 99 (1995) 699-728.

 

C. Runnels, “The Palaeolithic and Mesolithic Remains,” in B. Wells and C. Runnels (eds.), The Berbati-Limnes Archaeological Survey 1988-1990 (Stockholm 1996) 23-35.

 

C. Runnels, “Review of Aegean Prehistory IV: The Stone Age of Greece from the Palaeolithic to the Advent of the Neolithic,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 225-258.

 

C. N. Runnels, “The Lower Palaeolithic of Greece and NW Turkey,” in M. Özbasaran, O. Tanindi, and A Boratav (eds.), Archaeological Essays in Honour of Homo Amatus: Güven Arsebük (Istanbul 2003) 195-202.

 

C. Runnels, “Mesolithic Sites and Surveys in Greece: A Case Study from the Southern Argolid,” JMA 22(2009) 57-73.

 

C. Runnels, E. Karimali, and B. Cullen, “The Early Upper Palaeolithic Site of Spilaion and the Study of Artifact-Rich Surface Sites,” in J. R. Wiseman and K. Zachos (eds.), Landscape Archaeology in Southern Epirus, Greece I [Hesperia Supplement 32] (Princeton 2003) 135-156.

 

C. N. Runnels and M. Özdogan, “The Paleolithic of the Bosphorus Region, NW Turkey,” JFA 28(2001) 69-92.

 

C. Runnels, E. Panagopoulou, P. Murray, G. Tsartsidou, S. Allen, K. Mullen, and E. Tourloukis, “A Mesolithic Landscape in Greece: Testing a Site-Location Model in the Argolid at Kandia,” JMA 18(2005) 259-285.

 

C. Runnels and T. H. van Andel, “A Handaxe from Kokkinopilos, Epirus, and its Implications for the Paleolithic of Greece,” JFA 20 (1993) 191-203.

 

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