Lesson 2: Bibliography

The Neolithic Cultures of Thessaly, Crete, and the Cyclades

[Updated November 2011]


Colloquia, Symposia, and Festschrifts

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).

E. Blake and A. B. Knapp (eds.), The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory (Oxford 2005).

F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 (Vienna 2000).

R. M. Boehmer and J. Maran (eds.), Lux Orientis: Archäologie zwischen Asien und Europa. Festschrift für Harald Hauptmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden 2001).

K. Branigan (ed.), Urbanism in the Aegean Bronze Age [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 4] (Sheffield 2001).

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

G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004).

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).

H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008).

K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003).

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

P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999).

E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003).

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).

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).

S. W. Manning and M. J. Bruce (eds.), Tree-Rings, Kings, and Old World Archaeology and Environment: Papers Presented in Honor of Peter Ian Kuniholm (Oxford 2009.

C. Mee and J. Renard (eds.), Cooking Up the Past: Food and Culinary Activities in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean (Oxford 2007).

L. G. Mendoni and A. J. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos: History and Archaeology (Athens 1998).

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).

R. Westgate, N. Fisher, and J. Whitley (eds.), Building Communities: House, Settlement and Society in the Aegean and Beyond [BSA Studies 15] (London 2007).

E proïstorike erevna sten Ellada kai oi prooptikes tes: theoretikoi kai methodologikoi problematismoi: Archaiologiko symposio ste mneme tou D. R. Theochare (Thessalonike 1999).

Major Synthetic Treatments of the Greek Neolithic

E. Alram-Stern (ed.), Das Neolithikum in Griechenland, mit Ausnahme von Kreta und Zypern [Die Ägäische Frühzeit, 2. Serie, Forschungsbericht 1975-1993] I (Vienna 1996).

E. Alram-Stern, “Zum Forschungsstand des mittel- und südgriechischen Neolithikums,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 245-252.

E. Alram-Stern, “Das Chalkolithikum in Südgriechenland. Versuch einrer chronologischen und topographischen Gliederung,” 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) 1-10.

A. J. Ammerman and L. L. Cavalli-Sforza, The Neolithic Transition and the Genetics of Populations in Europe (Princeton 1984).

S. Andreou, M. Fotiadis, and K. Kotsakis, “Review of Aegean Prehistory V: The Neolithic and Bronze Age of Northern Greece,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 259-327.

D. W. Bailey, Balkan Prehistory: Exclusion, Incorporation and Identity (London 2000).

C. Broodbank, “Colonization and Configuration in the Insular Neolithic of the Aegean,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 15-41.

C. Broodbank, An Island Archaeology of the Early Cyclades (Cambridge 2000).

W. G. Cavanagh, “WYSIWYG: Settlement and Territoriality in Southern Greece during the Early and Middle Neolithic Periods,” JMA 17(2004) 165-189.

J.-P. Demoule, “Les recherches récentes en Grèce septentrionale et les problèmes chronologiques et régionaux des cultures à céramique au graphite,” in J. Lichardus (ed.), Kupferzeit als historische Epoche (Saarbrucken 1991) 227-236.

J.-P. Demoule, “Problèmes chrono-culturels du Néolithique de Grèce du Nord,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.), La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 79-90.

J.-P. Demoule and C. Perlès, “The Greek Neolithic: A New Review,” Journal of World Prehistory 7 (1993) 355-416.

S. R. Diamant, The Later Village Farming Stage in Southern Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1974).

N. Efstratiou, “The Beginning of the Neolithic in Greece – Probing the Limits of a ‘Grand’ Narrative,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 123-138.

N. Efstratiou, “The Neolithic of the Aegean Islands: A New Picture Emerging,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 159-164.

W. Ekschmitt, Kunst und Kultur der Kykladen I: Neolithikum und Bronzezeit (Mainz 1986).

K. D. Fowler, Neolithic Mortuary Practices in Greece [BAR-IS 1314] (Oxford 2004).

D. Grammenos (ed.),  Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997).

D. Grammenos, “Neolithika themata apo te Makedonia kai ten evretere tes perioche,” in D. Grammenos (ed.),  Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997) 267-367.

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

M. Korkuti, Neolithikum und Chalkolithikum in Albanien (Mainz 1995).

K. Kotsakis, “From the Neolithic Side: The Mesolithic/Neolithic Interface in Greece,” in N. Galanidou and C. Perlès (eds.), The Greek Mesolithic: Problems and Perspectives [BSA Studies 10] (London 2003) 217-221.

V. Nikolov, “The Neolithic and the Chalcolithic Periods in Northern Thrace,” TÜBA-AR 6(2003) 21-83.

L. Nikolova, The Balkans in Later Prehistory: Periodization, Chronology and Cultural Development in the Final Copper and Early Bronze Age (Fourth and Third Millennia B.C.) [BAR-IS 791] (Oxford 1999).

M. Özdogan, “Neolithic Cultures of Northwestern Turkey,” in S. Bökönyi (ed.), Neolithic of Southeastern Europe and its Near Eastern Connections (Budapest 1989) 201-215.

M. Özdogan, “Northwestern Turkey: Neolithic Cultures in between the Balkans and Anatolia,” in M. Özdogan and N. Basgelen (eds.), Neolithic in Turkey: The Cradle of Civilization (Istanbul 1999) 203-224.

M. Özdogan and N. Basgelen (eds.), Neolithic in Turkey: The Cradle of Civilization (Istanbul 1999).

M. Özdogan and I. Gatsov, “The Aceramic Neolithic Period in Western Turkey and in the Aegean,” Anatolica 24(1998) 209-232.

D. Papaconstantinou, “Looking for ‘Texts’ in the Neolithic Aegean: Space, Place and the Study of Domestic Architecture,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 407-410.

G. A. Papathanasopoulos (ed.), Neolithic Culture in Greece (Athens 1996).

M. Patton, Islands in Time: Island Sociogeography and Mediterranean Prehistory (London 1996).

C. Perlès, “La Néolithisation de la Grèce,” in O. Aurenche and J. Cauvin (eds.), Néolithisations. Proche et Moyen Orient, Mediterranée orientale, Nord de l’Afrique, Europe méridionale, Chine, Amérique du Sud  [BAR-IS  516] (Oxford 1989) 109-127.

C. Perlès, “Les débuts du Néolithique en Grèce,” La Recherche 266 (1994) 642-649.

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

C. Perlès, The Early Neolithic in Greece: The First Farming Communities in Europe (Cambridge 2001).

W. Phelps, The Neolithic Pottery Sequence in Southern Greece [BAR-IS 1259] (Oxford 2004).

D. S. Reese (ed.), Pleistocene and Holocene Fauna of Crete and its First Settlers (Madison 1996).

C. Runnels, “The Origins of the Greek Neolithic: A Personal View,” in A. J. Ammerman and P. Biagi (eds.), The Widening Harvest (Boston 2003) 121-133.

A. Sampson, E Neolithike kai e Protoelladike I sten Evvoia (Athens 1981).

A. Sampson, E Neolithike periodos sta Dodekanisa (Athens 1987).

A. Sampson, Proïstoria tou Aigaiou: Palaiolithike-Mesolithike-Neolithike (Athens 2006).

A. Sampson, “From the Mesolithic to the Neolithic: New Data on Aegean Prehistory,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 503-516.

S. G. Souvatsi, A Social Archaeology of Households in Neolithic Greece: An Anthropological Approach (Cambridge 2008).

G. Stratouli, “Soziale und ökonomische Aspekte des Chalkolithikums (Spätneolithikum II) in der Ägäis aufgrund alter und neuer Angaben,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 559-568.

D. Theochares, E avge tes Thessalikes proïstorias (Athens 1967).

D. Theochares (ed.), Neolithic Greece (Athens 1973).

P. Tomkins, “Filling in the ‘Neolithic Background’: Social Life and Social Transformation in the Aegean Before the Bronze Age,” in J. C. Barrett and P. Halstead (eds.), The Emergence of Civilisation Revisited [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 6] (Oxford 2004) 38-63.

P. Tomkins, “Domesticity by Default. Ritual, Ritualization and Cave-use in the Neolithic Aegean,” OJA 28(2009) 125-153.

R. Treuil, Le néolithique et le bronze ancien égéens (Paris 1983).

L. Vagnetti, “The Final Neolithic: Crete Enters the Wider World,” Cretan Studies 5 (1996) 29-39.

T. H. van Andel and C. Runnels, “The Earliest Farmers in Europe,” Antiquity 69 (1995) 481-500.

L. V. Watrous, “Review of Aegean Prehistory III: Crete from Earliest Prehistory through the Protopalatial Period,” AJA 98 (1993) 695-753.

S. S. Weinberg, “The Stone Age in the Aegean,” Cambridge Ancient History I,1 (Cambridge 1970) 557-672.

N. C. Wilkie and M. E. Savina, “The Earliest Farmers in Macedonia,” Antiquity 71 (1997) 201-207.

A. Zoes, Krete: Epoche tou Lithou (Athens 1973).

D. Zohary and M. Hopf, The Domestication of Plants in the Old World (Oxford 1988).

Site Reports

V. Adrimi-Sismani, “Le site chalcolithique de Microthèbes au carrefour du monde égéen et des Balkans du Nord,” in I. Galanaki, H. Tomas, Y. Galanakis, and R. Laffineur (eds.), Between the Aegean and Baltic Seas: Prehistory across Borders [Aegaeum 27] (Liège/Austin 2007) 73-79.

V. Adrimi-Sismani, “Données récentes concernant le site préhistorique de Dimini: la continuité de l’habitation littorale depuis le début du Néolithique Récent jusqu’à la fin du Bronze Ancien,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 9-34.

G. Bakalakis and A. Sakellariou, Paradimi (Mainz 1981).

M. Beisios and M. Pappa, “Neolithikos oikismos Makrygialou, 1993,” AEMT 7(1993) 215-222.

M. Beisios and M. Pappa, “O neolithikos oikismos ston Makrygialo Pierias,” AAA 23-28(1990-95) 13-30.

M. Benzi, “A Forgotten Island: Kalymnos in the Late Neolithic Period,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 85-108.

P. P. Betancourt, C. Davaras, H. M. C. Dierckx, S. C. Ferrence, J. Hickman, P. Karkanas, P. J. P. McGeorge, J. D. Muhly, D. S. Reese, E. Stavropodi, L. Langford-Verstegen, and S. Chlouveraki, “Excavations in the Hagios Charalambos Cave: A Preliminary Report,” Hesperia 77(2008) 539-605.

H. Biesantz, “Die Ausgrabung bei der Soufli-Magula,” AA (1959) 56-74.

C. W. Blegen, “Gonia,” Metropolitan Museum Studies 3 (1930) 55-80.

C. W. Blegen, “Neolithic Remains at Nemea,” Hesperia 44 (1975) 251-279.

K. Branigan, T. Carter, and P. O’Connor, “Prehistoric and Early Historic Settlement in the Ziros Region, Eastern Crete,” BSA 93 (1998) 23-90.

C. Broodbank, “The Neolithic Labyrinth: Social Change at Knossos before the Bronze Age,” JMA 5:2 (1992) 39-75.

H. Bulle, Orchomenos I: Die älteren Ansiedlungschichten (Munich 1907).

W. Cavanagh, C. Mee, and J. Renard, “’Sparta before Sparta’: Report on the Intensive Survey at Kouphovouno 1999-2000,” BSA 99(2004) 49-128.

W. Cavanagh, C. Mee, and J. Renard, “Kouphovouno (Laconie),” BCH 127(2003) 554-563.

L. Chatziangelakis, “O proïstorikos oikismos tes Petromagoulas,” Anthropologika 5 (1984) 75-85.

L. Chatziangelakis, “Petromagoula. Protase anadeixes tou oikismou Telikes Neolithikes – Chalkolithikes Proïmes Periodou se episkepsimo archaiologiko choro,” in A. Demoglou (ed.), Mnemeia tes Magnesias. Praktika Synedriou “Anadeixe tou Diachronikou Mnemiakou Ploutou tou Volou kai tes Evreteres Perioches (Volos 2002) 56-63.

J. F. Cherry, J. L. Davis, A. Demitrack, E. Mantzourani, T. Strasser, and L. Talalay, “Archaeological Survey in an Artifact-Rich Landscape: a Middle Neolithic Example from Nemea, Greece,” AJA 92(1988) 159-176.

G. Chourmouziades, “Dyo neai enkatastaseis tes archaioteras Neolithikes eis ten dytiken Thessalian,” AAA 4(1971) 164-175.

G. Chourmouziades, To neolithiko Dimini (Athens 1979).

G. Chourmouziades, To neolithiko Dimini: Prospathia gia mia nea prosengise tou neolithikou ylikou (Thessalonike 1993).

G. C. Chourmouziades (ed.), Dispilio. 7500 chronia meta (Thessalonike 2002).

P. Chrysostomou, “O neolithikos oikismos Giannitson B’: Nea anaskaphika dedomena (1992-1993),” AEMT 7(1993) 135-146.

J. E. Coleman, Keos I: Kephala. A Late Neolithic Settlement and Cemetery (Princeton 1977).

S. Demaki, “Proïstorikoi oikismoi ste Boreia Phthiotida,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 91-102.

A. Dousougli, Aria Argolidos: Cheiropoiete Kerameike tes Neoteres Neolithikes kai tes Chalkolithikes Periodou (Athens 1998).

N. Efstratiou, Aghios Petros: A Neolithic Site in the Northern Sporades [BAR-IS 241]  (Oxford 1985).

N. Efstratiou et al., “Excavations at the Neolithic Settlement of Makri, Thrace, Greece (1988-1996): A Preliminary Report,” Saguntum 31(1998) 11-62.

N. Efstratiou, A Karetsou, E. S. Banou, and D. Margomenou, “The Neolithic Settlement of Knossos: New Light on an Old Picture,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 39-49.

E. Elster and C. Renfrew (eds.), Prehistoric Sitagroi: Excavations in Northeast Greece, 1968-1970 vol. 2 [Monumenta Archeologica 20] (Los Angeles 2003).

J. D. Evans, “Excavations in the Neolithic Settlement of Knossos, 1957-60. Part I,” BSA 59 (1964) 132-240.

J. D. Evans et al., “Knossos Neolithic, Part II,” BSA 63(1968) 239-276.

J. D. Evans, “Neolithic Knossos: the Growth of a Settlement,” PPS 37:2 (1971) 95-117.

J. D. Evans, “The Early Millennia: Continuity and Change in a Farming Settlement,” in D. Evely, H. Hughes-Brock, and N. Momigliano (eds.), Knossos: A Labyrinth of History (Oxford 1994) 1-20.

J. D. Evans and C. Renfrew, Excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos (London 1968).

R. C. S. Felsch, Samos  II: Das Kastro Tigani: Die spätneolithische und chalkolithische Siedlung (Bonn 1988).

F. Felten, “Nees anaskaphes sten Aigina-Kolona,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 17-28.

J. Forsen, “Prehistoric Asea Revisited,” Opuscula Atheniensia 21 (1997) 41-72.

M. Fotiadis, “Dimitra, Eastern Macedonia: Reconstructing the Economic Model of a Neolithic Community’s Natural Environment,” in D. Grammenos (ed.), Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997) 63-79.

M. Fotiadis and A. Chondrogianni-Metoki, “Kitrine Limne: Diachronike synopse, radiochronologeseis kai e anaskaphe tou 1993,” AEMT 7(1993) 19-31.

M. Fotiadis, A. Chondrogianni-Metoki, A. Kalogirou, and C. Ziota, “Megalo Nisi Galanis (Kitrini Limni Basin) and the Late Neolithic of Northwestern Greece,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 217-228.

K. I. Gallis, Atlas proïstorikon oikismon tes anatolikes Thessalias pediadas (Larissa 1992).

K. J. Gallis, “Results of Recent Excavations and Topographical Work in Neolithic 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) 57-60.

M. Gimbutas (ed.), Neolithic Macedonia as Reflected by Excavation at Anza, Southeast Yugoslavia (Los Angeles 1976).

M. Gimbutas, S. Winn, and D. Shimabuku, Achilleion. A Neolithic Settlement in Thessaly, Greece, 6400-5600 B.C. (Los Angeles 1989).

D. B. Grammenos, Neolithikes erevnes sten Kentrike kai Anatolike Makedonia (Athens 1991).

D. Grammenos, “Demetra. Proïstorikos oikismos konta stis Serres,” in D. Grammenos (ed.), Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997) 25-58.

D. Grammenos, M. Besios, and S. Kotsos, Apo tous proïstorikous oikismous tes Kentrikes Makedonias (Thessalonika 1997).

D. Grammenos and S. Kotsos, Sostikes anaskaphes sto neolithiko oikismo Stavroupolis Thessalonikes (Thessalonika 2002).

O. Hadjianastasiou, “A Late Neolithic Settlement at Grotta, Naxos,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 11-20.

D. C. Haggis, M. S. Mook, T. Carter, and L. M. Snyder, “Excavations at Azoria, 2003-2004, Part 2: The Final Neolithic, Late Prepalatial, and Early Iron Age Occupation,” Hesperia 76(2007) 665-716.

B. Hänsel, “Ausgrabungen im thessalischen Velestino während des Zweiten Weltkrieges,” in R. M. Boehmer and J. Maran (eds.), Lux Orientis: Archäologie zwischen Asien und Europa. Festschrift für Harald Hauptmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden 2001) 173-179.

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

H. Hauptmann, Die Funde der Frühen Dimini-Zeit aus der Arapi-Magula, Thessalien (Bonn 1969).

H. Hauptmann, Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Otzaki-Magula in Thessalien III: Das späte Neolithikum und das Chalkolithikum (Bonn 1981).

P. Hellström (ed.), Paradeisos. A Late Neolithic Settlement in Aegean Thrace (Stockholm 1987).

E. J. Holmberg, The Swedish Excavations at Asea in Arcadia (Lund/Leipzig 1944).

S. Hood, “Mackenzie and the Late Neolithic/Early Minoan I Interface at Knossos,” Pepragmena tou  Θ‘ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2006) 11-21.

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 and W. R. Farrand, Franchthi Cave and Paralia: Maps, Plans, and Sections [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 1] (Bloomington 1987).

M. Johnson, “The Neolithic Period,” in M. Lindblom and B. Wells (eds.), Mastos in the Berbati Valley: An Intensive Archaeological Survey (Stockholm 2011) 43-52.

G. Karamitrou-Mentesidi, “Proïstorikoi oikismoi Kitrines Limnes (Sarigöl) Kozanes,” in Amitos. Timetikos tomos gia ton kathegete M. Androniko (Thessalonike 1986).

S. Katsarou and D. U. Schilardi, “Emerging Neolithic and Early Cycladic Settlements in Paros: Koukounaries and Sklavouna,” BSA 99(2004) 23-48.

K. Kontaxi, E. Kotjabopoulou, and E. Stavropodi, “Prokatarktike ekthese anaskaphon sten A’ Kouveleïke Spelia Alepochoriou Lakonias,” AAA 22(1989) 21-29.

K. Kotsakis, “Tria oikemata tou oikismou tou Sesklou. Anaskaphike ereuna,” Anthropologika 2(1981) 87-107.

K. Kotsakis, “The Use of Habitational Space in Neolithic Sesklo,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie: Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990. Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 125-130.

Ch. Koukouli-Chryssanthaki, R. Treuil, L. Lespez, and D. Malamidou, Dikili Tash, Village Préhistorique de Macédoine Orientale (Paris 2008).

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, “Prehistoric Inhabitation in Theopetra Cave, 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) 103-108.

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, “The Neolithic Use of Theopetra Cave in Thessaly,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 142-152.

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika (ed.), Theopetra Cave: Twelve Years of Excavation and Research 1987-1998 (Athens 2000).

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, “The Excavations in Theopetra Cave 1987-1998,” in N. Kyparissi-Apostolika (ed.), Theopetra Cave: Twelve Years of Excavation and Research 1987-1998 (Athens 2000) 17-36.

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, “The Neolithic Period in Theopetra Cave,” in N. Kyparissi-Apostolika (ed.), Theopetra Cave: Twelve Years of Excavation and Research 1987-1998 (Athens 2000) 181-234.

N. Kyparissi-Apostolika, “Some Finds of Balkan (or Anatolian) Type in the Neolithic Deposit of Theopetra Cave, Thessaly,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 301-308.

N. Lambert, “Grotte d’Alépotrypa,” BCH 97(1972) 845-871.

N. Lambert, La Grotte de Kitsos (Attique) I: L’occupation néolithique. Les vestiges des temps palólithiques, de l’antiquité et de l’histoire récente (Paris 1981).

J. C. Lavezzi, “Prehistoric Investigations at Corinth,” Hesperia 47 (1978) 402-451.

Y. G. Lolos, “To spelaio tou Evripide ste Salamina: e proïstoria tou chorou,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 85-101.

E. Makri-Skotinioti and V. Adrimi-Sismani, “Les sites du Néolithique Récent dans le Golfe Pagasétique: La transformation des sites de l’âge de Bronze en sites urbains (le cas de Dimini),” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 369-385.

K. Manteli, “The Neolithic Well at Kastelli Phournis in Eastern Crete,” BSA 87 (1992) 103-120.

K. Manteli, The Transition from the Neolithic to the Early Bronze Age in Crete, with Special Reference to Pottery (Ph.D. dissertation; University of London 1993).

K. Manteli and D. Evely, “The Neolithic Levels from the Throne Room System, Knossos,” BSA 90 (1995) 1-16.

F. Mavridis, “Salvage Excavations in the Cave of Antiparos, Cyclades: Prehistoric Pottery and Miscellaneous Finds. A Preliminary Report,” Aegean Archaeology 9(2007-8) 7-34.

V. Milojcic, J. Boessneck, and M. Hopf (eds.), Argissa-Magula I: Das präkeramische Neolithikum sowie die Tier- und Pflanzenreste (Bonn 1962).

V. Milojcic, A. von den Driesch, K. Enderle, J. Milojcic, V. Zumbusch, and K. Kilian (eds.), Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf Magulen um Larisa in Thessalien, 1966 (Bonn 1976).

Y. Mottier, Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Otzaki-Magula in Thessalien I: Das mittlere Neolithikum (Bonn 1981).

E. Nikolaou, V. Rondiri, and L. Karimali, “Magoula Orgozinos: A Neolithic Site in Western Thessaly, Greece,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 387-398.

M. Pantelidou Gopha, E Neolithike Nea Makri: Ta oikodomika (Athens 1991).

S. Papadopoulos and D. Malamidou, “Limenaria: A Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Settlement at Thasos,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 427-446.

A. Papathanasiou, A Bioarchaeological Analysis of Neolithic Alepotrypa Cave, Greece [BAR-IS 961] (Oxford 2001).

G. Papathanasopoulos, “Spelaia Dirou: Ai anaskaphai tou 1970-71,” AAA 4 (1971) 12-26.

M. Peppa and M. Besios, “The Neolithic Settlement at Makriyalos, Northern Greece: Preliminary Report on the 1993-1995 Excavations,” JFA 26(1999) 197-225.

M. Peppa and M. Besios, “The Makriyalos Project: Rescue Excavations at the Neolithic Site of Makriyalos, Pieria, Northern Greece,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 108-120.

S. L. Petrakis, Ayioryitika. The 1928 Excavations of Carl Blegen at a Neolithic to Early Helladic Settlement in Arcadia [INSTAP Prehistory Monographs 3] (Philadelphia 2002).

A. Pilali-Papasteriou and E. Papaefthimiou-Papanthemou, “Nees anaskaphikes ereunes sto Mandalo Dytikes Makedonias,” Egnatia 1 (1989) 17-27.

D. J. Pullen, “The Prehistoric Remains of the Acropolis at Halieis,” Hesperia 69 (2000) 133-187.

G. Pyke, P. Yiouni, K. A. Wardle, and R. J. Rodden, Nea Nikomedeia: The Excavation of an Early Neolithic Village in Northern Greece 1961-1964  I: The Excavation and the Ceramic Assemblage [BSA Supplement 25] (London 1996).

R. Reinders, S. Floras, E. Karimali, Z. Malakasioti, W. Prummel, V. Rondiri, I. Sgouras, and M. Wijnen, “Karatsadaghli: A Neolithic Site in the Almiros Plain (Thessaly, Greece),” Pharos 5 (1997) 85-143.

C. Renfrew, M. Gimbutas, and E. Elster (eds.), Excavations at Sitagroi, A Prehistoric Village in Northeast Greece vol. 1 [Monumenta Archeologica 13] (Los Angeles 1986).

A. Rhomiopoulou, “Enas proistorikos oikismos ste Lafrouda (Nomou Xanthes),” AD 20B(1965) 461-467.

C. Ridley and K. A. Wardle, “Rescue Excavations at Servia 1971-1973: A Preliminary Report,” BSA 74(1979) 185-230.

R. J. Rodden, “Excavations at the Early Neolithic Site of Nea Nikomedeia, Greek Macedonia (1961 Season),” PPS 28(1962) 267-288.

J. Roodenberg, “Early Village Development at Ilipinar, NW Anatolia,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 185-191.

A. Sampson, E Neolithike katoikise sto Gyali tes Nisyrou (Athens 1988).

A. Sampson, “Late Neolithic Remains at Tharrounia, Euboea: A Model for the Seasonal Use of Settlements and Caves,” BSA 87(1992) 61-101.

A. Sampson, Skoteini, Tharrounia: The Cave, the Settlement and the Cemetery (Athens 1993).

A. Sampson, “Excavation at the Cave of Cyclops, Alonnesos,” in E. Alram-Stern (ed.), Das Neolithikum in Griechenland, mit Ausnahme von Kreta und Zypern [Die Ägäische Frühzeit, 2. Serie, Forschungsbericht 1975-1993] I (Vienna 1996) 507-520.

A. Sampson, To Spelaio ton Limnon sta Kastria Kalavryton: Mia proïstorike these sten oreine Peloponneso [Etaireia Peloponnesiakon Spoudon 7] (Athens 1997).

A. Sampson, Mykonos: o Neolithikos oikismos tes Phtelias kai e proïstorike katoikise sto nisi (Athens 1997).

A. Sampson, “The Neolithic and Mesolithic Occupation of the Cave of Cyclope, Youra Alonnessos, Greece,” BSA 93(1998) 1-22.

A. Sampson, “The Architectural Phases of the Neolithic Settlement of Ftelia on Mykonos,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 29-35.

A. Sampson, The Cave of the Cyclops: Mesolithic and Neolithic Networks in the Northern Aegean, Greece I: Intra-site analysis, Local Industries, and Regional Site Distribution (Philadelphia 2008).

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).

M. Séfériadès, “Dikili Tash: Introduction à la préhistoire de la Macédoine orientale,” BCH 107 (1983) 635-677.

J. C. Shackleton, N. J. Shackleton, and M. R. Deith, Marine Molluscan Remains from Franchthi Cave [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 4] (Bloomington 1988).

L. E. Talalay, T. Cullen, D. R. Keller, and E. Karimali, “Prehistoric Occupation in Southern Euboea: An Overview,” in N. M. Kennell and J. E. Tomlinson (eds.), Ancient Greece at the Turn of the Millennium: Recent Work and Future Perspectives (Athens 2005) 21-44.

C. A. Televantou, “Strofilas: A Neolithic Settlement on Andros,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 43-53.

D. R. Theochares, “Pyrasos,” Thessalika 2 (1959) 29-68.

P. Tomkins, P. M. Day, and V. Kilikoglou, “Knossos and the Earlier Neolithic Landscape of the Herakleion Basin,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 51-59.

G. Touchais, P. Amandry, Y. Pechoux, et al., L’antre corycien I [BCH Supplement 7] (Paris 1981).

G. Toufexis, “E Limne Karla (Boibeis) kai e anaskaphe ston proîstoriko oikismo ste these Palioskala. Prota symperasmata kai prooptikes,” Archaiologiko Ergo Thessalias kai Stereas Helladas I: Praktika epistemonikes synanteses, Volos 27.2 – 2.3.2003 (Volos  2006) 55-70.

R. Treuil (ed.), Dikili Tash. Village préhistorique de Macédoine orientale. Fouilles de Jean Deshayes (1961-1975) I [BCH Supplement 24] (Athens 1992).

R. Treuil (ed.), Dikili Tash. Village préhistorique de Macédoine orientale. Fouilles de Jean Deshayes (1961-1975) II [BCH Supplement 37]  (Athens 2004).

A. I. Tsouknidas, “Proïstorikes theseis peri ten Proerna,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 109-124.

C. Tsountas, Ai proïstorikai akropoleis Dimeniou kai Sesklou (Athens 1908).

L. Vagnetti, “L’insediamento neolitico di Festòs,” Annuario 50/51 (1972-73) 7-138.

L. Vagnetti, A. Christopoulou, and Y. Tzedakis, “Saggi negli strati neolitici,” in Scavi a Nerokourou Kydonias I [Incunabula Graeca 91] (Rome 1989)        .

T. H. van Andel and S. B. Sutton, Landscape and People of the Franchthi Region [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 2] (Bloomington 1987).

K. Vouzaxakis, “Neolithikes theseis ste Magnesia: Anaskopese-anasynthese dedomenon,” in A. Mazarakis-Ainian (ed.), Archaiologiko Ergo Thessalias kai Stereas Elladas 2 (Volos 2009) 61-74.

L. Walker-Kosmopoulos, The Prehistoric Inhabitation of Corinth (Munich 1948).

H. Walter and H-J. Weisshaar, “Alt-Ägina. Die prähistorische Innenstadt westlich des Apollontempels,” AA (1993) 293-297.

S. Weinberg, “Prehistoric Remains from Corinth,” Hesperia 6 (1937) 487-524.

H-J. Weisshaar, Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Pevkakia – Magula in Thesslaien I: Das späte Neolithikum und das Chalkolithikum (Mainz 1989).

T. M. Whitelaw, “Lost in the Labyrinth? Comments on Broodbank’s “Social Change at Knossos before the Bronze Age”,” JMA 5(1992) 225-238.

M. Wijnen, The Early Neolithic I Settlement at Sesklo: An Early Farming Community in Thessaly, Greece (Leiden 1982).

T. J. Wilkinson and S. T. Duhon, Franchthi Paralia: The Sediments, Stratigraphy, and Offshore Investigations [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 6] (Bloomington 1990).

N. P. Winder, “Interpreting a Site: The Case for a Reassessment of the Knossos Neolithic,” Archaeological Review from Cambridge 10 (1991) 37-52.

K. Zachos, “Spelaio Za,” AD 42B (1987) 694-700.

K. Zachos, “The Neolithic Period in Naxos,” in L. Marangou (ed.), Cycladic Culture: Naxos in the 3rd Millennium B.C. (Athens 1990) 29-32.

K. Zachos, “Archaiologikes erevnes sto spelaio tou Za,” in I. K. Probonas and E. Psarras (eds.), Praktika tou A’ Panelleniou Synedriou me thema “E Naxos dia mesou ton aionon” (Athens 1994) 99-107.

K. L. Zachos, “Zas Cave on Naxos and the Role of Caves in the Aegean Late Neolithic,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 153-163.

H. Ziota, A. Kalogirou, M. Fotiadis, and A. Hondroyianni, “Litrine Limne: Tessera chronia ereunas,” AEMT 4 [1990] (1993) 93-103.

Pottery

E. Alram-Stern, “Die thessalische Neolithkeramik der Sammlung Schachermeyr in Wien,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 131-136.

E. C. Banks, “Neolithic Tangas from Lerna,” Hesperia 46 (1977) 324-339.

P. P. Betancourt, The History of Minoan Pottery (Princeton 1985) 3-15.

C. Björk, Early Pottery in Greece: A Technological and Functional Analysis of the Evidence from Neolithic Achilleion, Thessaly  [SIMA 115] (Jonsered 1995).

G. M. Chandler, “Comparative Petrographic Analysis of Sherds from Five Minoan Sites in Western Crete,” in Y. Bassiakos, E. Aloupi, and Y. Facorellis (eds.), Archaeometry Issues in Greek Prehistory and Antiquity (Athens 2001) 379-395.

G. Chourmouziades, “Ena eidikevmeno ergasterio kerameikes sto neolithiko Dimini,” AAA 10 (1977) 207-226.

T. Cullen, A Measure of Interaction among Neolithic Communities: Design Elements of Greek Urfirnis Pottery (Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University 1985; University Microfilms 86-07406).

T. Cullen, “Social Implications of Ceramic Style in the Neolithic Peloponnese,” in W. D. Kingery (ed.), Ancient Technology to Modern Science I (Columbus 1985) 77-100.

P. M. Day, L. Joyner, E. Kiriatzi, and M. Relaki, “Appendix 3: Petrographic Analysis of Some Final Neolithic – Early Minoan II Pottery from the Kavousi Area,” in D. C. Haggis, Kavousi I: The Archaeological Survey of the Kavousi Region (Philadelphia 2005) 177-195.

J.-P. Demoule, K. Gallis, and L. Manolakakis, “Transition entre les cultures néolithiques de Sesklo et de Dimini: les catégories céramiques,” BCH 112 (1988) 1-58.

A. Dousougli, Aria Argolidos: Cheiropoiete Kerameike tes Neoteres Neolithikes kai tes Chalkolithikes Periodou (Athens 1998).

G. Erath, “Neolithische und bronzezeitliche Keeramik aus dem Becken von Pheneos in Arkadien,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 111-118.

F. Fischer, “Ägäische Politurmusterware,” IstMitt 17 (1967) 22-33.

J. Forsen, “Prehistoric Asea Revisited,” Opuscula Atheniensia 21 (1996) 41-72.

D. H. French, Notes on Prehistoric Pottery Groups of Central Greece (Athens 1972).

A. Furness, “The Neolithic Pottery of Knossos,” BSA 48 (1953) 94-134.

E. J. Gardner, The Pottery Technology of the Neolithic Period in Southeastern Europe (Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles 1978).

E. Hitsiou, Production and Circulation of the Late Neolithic Pottery from Makrygialos (Phase 2), Macedonia, Northern Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Sheffield 2003).

A. Kalogirou, “Pottery Production and Craft Specialization in Neolithic Greece,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège 1997) 11-17.

D. Keller, “Final Neolithic Pottery from Plakari, Karystos,” in Studies in South Attica I [Miscellanea Graeca 5] (Gent 1982) 47-68.

M. D. Kessissoglou and E. A. Mirtsou, “Ceramic Technology in Dimitra during the Neolithic Period,” in D. Grammenos (ed.), Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997) 84-90.

V. Kilikoglou, D. Malamidou, Z. Tsirtsoni, A. Tsolakidou, and P. Yiouni, “La production des poteries néolithiques à décor peint ‘noir sur rouge’ en Grèce du Nord,” BCH 126(2002) 547-549.

K. Kotsakis, Kerameike technologia kai kerameike diaphoropoiese. Problemata tes graptes kerameikes tes meses epoches tou Sesklou (Ph.D. dissertation; University of Thessalonika 1983).

M. Koumouzeli, “E kerameike apo ten A’ Kouveleïke Spelia Alepochoriou Lakonias,” AAA 22 (1989) 143-160.

L. Labriola, “First Impressions: A Preliminary Account of Matt-impresed Pottery in the Prehistoric Aegean,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 309-322.

J. W. H. Letsch, Neolithische und Chalkolithische Keramik Thessaliens. Material, Rohstoffe und Herstellungstechnik (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Köln 1982).

D. Malamidou, Z. Tsirtsoni, Y. Paraskevi, L. Lespez, V. Kilikoglou, and A. Tsolakidou, “Les poteries néolithiques à décor peint ‘noir sur rouge’ en Grèce du Nord: matières premières et production,” BCH 130(2006) 571-611.

A. Mari, E neolithike periodos sto Saroniko. Martyries yia te chryse tes Spilias tou Evripide ste Salamina me vasi ten kerameike tes Ystyres kai Telikes Neolithikes (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Thessaloniki 2001).

C. Mee, “The Production and Consumption of Pottery in the Neolithic Peloponnese,” in C. Mee and J. Renard (eds.), Cooking Up the Past: Food and Culinary Activities in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean (Oxford 2007) 200-224.

C. E. Mortzos, “Partira: mia proïmos minoïke kerameike omas,” Epeteris Epistemonikon Ereunon (1972) 386-421.

G. E. Mylonas, Excavations at Olynthos. Part 1: The Neolithic Settlement (Baltimore 1929).

M. Nikolaïdou, N. Merousis, A. Papanthimou, and A. Papasteriou, “From Metron to Context in Neolithic/Early Bronze Age Madalon, Northwestern Greece: The Example of Ceramics,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 317-326.

V. Nikolov, “Neolithische Keramikkomplexe in Thrakien,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 11-19.

M. Özdogan, “The Appearance of Early Neolithic Cultures in Northwestern Turkey. Some Problems,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 165-170.

M. Pantelidou-Gofa, “The EH I Deposit Pit at Tsepi, Marathon: Features, Formation and the Breakage of the Finds,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 281-289.

C. Perlès and K. D. Vitelli, “Technologie et fonction des premières productions céramiques de Grèce,” in Terre Cuite et Société: La Céramique, Document technique, économique, culturel  (Juan-les-Pins 1994) 225-242.

C. Perlès and K. D. Vitelli, “Craft Specialization in the Neolithic of Greece,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 96-107.

W. W. Phelps, The Neolithic Pottery Sequence in Southern Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of London 1975).

W. Phelps, The Neolithic Pottery Sequence in Southern Greece [BAR-IS 1259] (Oxford 2004).

V. Rondiri, “Katanome sto choro tes neolithikes keramikes apo te Thessalia,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 137-142.

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

G. Schneider, H. Knoll, C. J. Gallis, and J.-P. Demoule, “Production and Distribution of Coarse and Fine Pottery in Neolithic Thessaly,” in E. Pernicka and G. A. Wagner (eds.), Archaeometry ’90 (Basel 1990) 513-522.

G. Schneider, H. Knoll, K. Gallis, and J.-P. Demoule, “Production and Circulation of Neolithic Thessalian Pottery: Chemical and Mineralogical Analyses,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 61-70.

P. I. Sotirakopoulou, Akrotiri Theras: H Neolithike kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou epi tei basei tes kerameikes [Bibliotheke tes en Athenais Etaireias 191] (Athens 1999).

P. Spitaels, “Final Neolithic Pottery from Thorikos,” in P. Spitaels (ed.), Studies in South Attica I  [Miscellanea Graeca 5] (Gent 1982) 9-44.

P. Tomkins, “Neolithic: Strata IX-VIII, VII-VIB, VIA-V, IV, IIIB, IIIA, IIB, IIA, and IC Groups,” in N. Momigliano (ed.), Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) [BSA Studies 14] (London 2007)  9-48.

P. Tomkins, “Communality and Competition: The Social Life of Food and Containers at Aceramic and Early Neolithic Knossos, Crete,” in C. Mee and J. Renard (eds.), Cooking Up the Past: Food and Culinary Activities in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean (Oxford 2007) 174-199.

G. Touchais, “La céramique néolithique de l’Aspis,” Études Argiennes [BCH Supplement VI] (Paris 1980) 1-  .

Z. Tsirtsoni, D. Malamidou, V. Kilikoglou, I. Karatasios, and L. Lespez, “Black-on-Red Painted Pottery Production and Distribution in Late Neolithic Macedonia,” in S. Y. Waksman (ed.), Archaeometric and Archaeological Approaches to Ceramics [BAR-IS 1691] (Oxford 2007) 57-62.

Z. Tsirtsoni and P. Yiouni, “Neolithic Cooking Vessels from Dikili Tash (Eastern Macedonia, Greece): A Technological and Functional Approach,” in V. Kilikoglou, A. Hein, and Y. Maniatis (eds.), Modern Trends in Scientific Studies on Ancient Ceramics [BAR-IS 1011] (Oxford 2002) 103-110.

K. D. Vitelli, “Neolithic Potter’s Marks from Lerna and the Franchthi Cave,” Journal of the Walters Art Gallery 36 (1977) 17-30.

K. D. Vitelli, “Greek Neolithic Pottery by Experiment,” in P. M. Rice (ed.), Pots and Potters: Current Approaches in Ceramic Archaeology (Los Angeles 1984) 113-131.

K. D. Vitelli, “Were Pots First Made for Foods? Doubts from Franchthi,” World Archaeology 21 (1989) 17-29.

K. D. Vitelli, Franchthi Neolithic Pottery I: Classification and Ceramic Phases 1 and 2 [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 8] (Bloomington 1993).

K. D. Vitelli, “Power to the Potters. Comment on Perlès’ ‘Systems of Exchange and Organization of Production in Neolithic Greece’ [JMA 5: 115-64],” JMA 6(1993) 247-257.

K. D. Vitelli, “Experimental Approaches to Thessalian Neolithic Ceramics: Gray Ware and Ceramic Colour,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie: Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990. Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 143-148.

K. D. Vitelli, “Pots, Potters, and and the Shaping of Greek Neolithic Society,” in W. Barnett and J. Hoopes (eds.), The Emergence of Pottery: Technology and Innovation in Ancient Societies (Washington D.C. 1995) 55-63.

K. D. Vitelli, Franchthi Neolithic Pottery II: Classification and Ceramic Phases 3-5 [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 10] (Bloomington 1999).

K. D. Vitelli, Lerna, a Preclassical Site in the Argolid V: The Neolithic Pottery from Lerna (Princeton 2007).

L. Walker Kosmopoulos, “Birch-bark Technique: A Possible Prototype for Some Greek Prehistoric Wares?,” in G. Mylonas and D. Raymond (eds.), Studies Presented to D. M. Robinson II (St. Louis 1953) 1-24.

D. K. Washburn, “Symmetry Analysis of Ceramic Design: Two Tests of the Method on Neolithic Material from Greece and the Aegean,” in D. K. Washburn (ed.), Structure and Cognition in Art (Cambridge 1983) 138-164.

H.-J. Weisshaar, “Keramik des Südwest-Ägäischen Chalkolithikums von Ägina,” in Festschrift für Otto-Herman Frey zum 65. Geburtstag [Marburger Studien zur Vor- und Frühgeschichte 16] (Marburg 1994) 675-689.

M. Wijnen, “Neolithic Pottery from Sesklo – Technological Aspects,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 149-154.

P. Yiouni, “E symbole ton archaiometrikon ereunon ste melete tes neolithikes kerameikes,” in I. Stratis, M. Babelidis, K. Kotsakis, G. Tsokas, and E. Tsoukala (eds.), Archaeometrical and Archaeological Research in Macedonia and Thrace (Thessalonike 1996) 135-148.

P. Yiouni, “Surface Treatment of Neolithic Vessels from Macedonia and Thrace,” BSA 96 (2001) 1-25.

P. Yiouni, “Counting Pots in Early Neolithic Greece,” BSA 99(2004) 1-22.

Figurines

D. W. Bailey, Prehistoric Figurines: Representation and Corporeality in the Neolithic (London/New York 2005).

G. C. Chourmouziades, E Anthropomorphike Eidoplastike tes Neolithikes Thessalias (Volos 1973).

K. Gallis, “Tracing the Relation of a Neolithic Figurine to a Specific Individual of the Neolithic Society of Thessaly (Greece),” in R. M. Boehmer and J. Maran (eds.), Lux Orientis: Archäologie zwischen Asien und Europa. Festschrift für Harald Hauptmann zum 65. Geburtstag (Rahden 2001) 139-143.

K. J. Gallis and L. Orphanidis, “Twenty New Faces from the Neolithic Society 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) 154-162.

K. Gallis and L. Orphanidis, Figurines of Neolithic Thessaly I (Athens 1996).

M. Gimbutas, The Gods and Goddesses of Old Europe, 6000-3500 B.C. Myths and Cult Images (London 1982).

R. King and P. A. Underhill, “Congruent Distributions of Neolithic Painted Pottery and Ceramic Figurines with Y-Chromosome Lineages,” Antiquity 76(2002) 707-714.

D. Kokkinidou and M. Nikolaïdou, “Body Imagery in the Aegean Neolithic: Ideological Implications of Anthropomorphic Figurines,” in J. Moore and E. Scott (eds.), Invisible People and Processes: Writing Gender and Childhood into European Archaeology (London/New York 1997) 88-112.

C. Marangou, EIDOLIA: Figurines et miniatures du Néolithique récent et du Bronze ancien en Grèce (Oxford 1992).

C. Marangou, “Neolithic Micrography: Miniature Modelling at Dimitra,” in D. Grammenos (ed.), Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997)  227-266.

C. Marangou, “Assembling, Displaying, and Dissembling Neolithic and Eneolithic Figurines and Models,” JEA 4 (1996) 177-202.

C. Marangou, “Neolithic Figurines from Northern Greece,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 229-244.

C. Marangou and D. Grammenos, “’Monumentality’, Functionality, Animality: On an Unusual Prehistoric Clay Head from Central Macedonia, Greece, and its Implications,” BSA 100(2005) 1-40.

A. Mari, “Neolithika eidolia, kosmemata kai lithina mikroantikeimena apo to Spelaio tou Evripide,” 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) 38-58.

M. Mina, “Gendering Figurines, Engendering People in Early Aegean Preshistory,” in C. Briault, J. Green, A. Kaldelis, and A. Stellatou (eds.), SOMA 2003: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology [BAR-IS 1391] (Oxford 2005) 111-114.

M. Mina, Anthropomorphic Figurines from the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Aegean: Gender Dynamics and Implications for the Understanding of Early Aegean Prehistory (Oxford 2008).

M. Mina, “Carving Out Gender in the Preshistoric Aegean: Anthropomorphic Figurines of the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age,” JMA 21(2008) 213-239.

S. Nanoglou, “Subjectivity and Material Culture in Thessaly, Greece: The Case of Neolithic Anthropomorphic Imagery,” CAJ 15(2005) 141-156.

S. Nanoglou, “Regional Perpectives on the Neolithic Anthropomorphic Imagery of Northern Greece,” JMA 19(2006) 155-176.

W. W. Phelps, “Prehistoric Figurines from Corinth,” Hesperia 56 (1987) 233-253.

E. Skaphida, “Neolithika anthropomorpha eidolia tou Diminiou,” in Diethnes Synedrion gia ten Archaia Thessalia (1992) 166-179.

E. Skafida, “Symbols from the Aegean World: The Case of Late Neolithic Figurines and House Models from Thessaly,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 517-532.

E. Skaphida and G. Toufexis, “Figurines de la fin de l’époque néolithique en Thessalie (Grèce Centrale),” in P. Roman and M. Alexianu (eds.), Relations thraco-illyro-helléniques [Actes du XIVe Symposium International de Thracologie]  (Bucharest 1994) 12-24.

L. Talalay, “Rethinking the Function of Clay Figurine Legs from Neolithic Greece: An Argument by Analogy,” AJA 91(1987) 161-169.

L. Talalay, Deities, Dolls, and Devices: Neolithic Figurines from Franchthi Cave, Greece [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 9] (Bloomington 1993).

L. Talalay, “A Feminist Boomerang: The Great Goddess of Greek Prehistory,” Gender and History 6 (1994) 165-183.

L. Talalay, “Archaeological Ms.conceptions: Contemplating Gender and Power in the Greek Neolithic,” in M. Donald and L. Hurcombe (eds.), Representations of Gender from Prehistory to the Present (London 2000) 3-16.

G. Toufexis, “Neolithic Animal Figurines from 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) 163-168.

G. Toufexis, “Animals in the Neolithic Art of Thessaly,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 263-271.

G. Toufexis and E. Skafida, “Neolithic House Models from Thessaly, Greece,” in R. Grifoni Cremonesi, C. Tozzi, A. Vigliardi, and C. Peretto (eds.), Proceedings of the XIIIth International Congress of Prehistoric and Protohistoric Sciences 3(Forlì 1998) 339-344.

P. J. Ucko, Anthropomorphic Figurines of Predynastic Egypt and Neolithic Crete (London 1968).

Lithics

D. Binder and C. Perlès, “Stratégies de gestion des outillages lithiques au Néolithique,” Paleo 2 (1990) 257-277.

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

J. F. Cherry and R. Torrence, “The Typology and Chronology of Chipped Stone Assemblages in the Prehistoric Cyclades,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 12-25.

S. Dimitriadis and K. Skourtopoulou, “Characterization of Lithic Materials by Petrographic and SEM Techniques: Towards Suggestions of Chipped Stone Provenance from Neolithic Sites in Northern Greece,” in Y. Bassiakos, E. Aloupi, and Y. Facorellis (eds.), Archaeometry Issues in Greek Prehistory and Antiquity (Athens 2001) 779-791.

E. Elster, “The Chipped Stone Industry,” in M. Gimbutas, S. Winn, and D. Shimabuku, Achilleion. A Neolithic Settlement in Thessaly, Greece, 6400-5600 B.C. (Los Angeles 1989) 273-306.

E. S. Elster, “Prehistoric Tools in Thessaly: Achilleion, Makrychori 2 and Plateia Magoula Zarkou,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 169-176.

M. Kaczanowska, J. K. Kozlowski, and A. Sampson, “Neolithic Chipped Stone Industries from the Island of Rhodes: A Case Study of the Ayios Georgios Cave near Kalythies,” in B. Avunç (ed.), Studies in Honor of Hayat Erkanal (Istanbul 2006) 458-466.

A. Karabatsoli and L. Karimali, “Étude comparative des industries lithiques taillées du Néolithique Final et du Bronze Ancien Égéen: le cas de Pefkakia,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 251-262.

P. N. Kardulias and R. W. Yerkes (eds.), Written in Stone: The Multiple Dimensions of Lithic Analysis (London/New York 2003).

E. Karimali, “Lithic Technologies and Use,” in E. Blake and A. B. Knapp (eds.), The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory (Oxford 2005) 180-214.

V. Kilikoglou, Y. Bassiakos, A.  P. Grimanis, K. Souvatsis, A. Pilali-Papasteriou, and A. Papanthimou-Papaefthimiou, “Carpathian Obsidian in Macedonia, Greece,” JAS 23(1996) 341-349.

J. K. Kozlowski, M. Kaczanowska, and M. Pawlikowski, “Chipped-stone Industries from Neolithic Levels at Lerna,” Hesperia 65 (1996) 295-372.

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.

H. A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, “Palaioethnologika symperasmata apo te melete ton lithinon kai osteïnon ergaleion tou neolithikou oikismou Prodromou Karditsas,” Thessalika Chronika 13(1980) 489-497.

H. A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, La Thessalie du sud-est au Néolithique: outillage lithique et osseux (Ph.D. dissertation, Université de Paris X 1981).

H. A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, “Pièces lustrées du Néolithique thessalien: Essai de classement,” in M-C. Cauvin (ed.), Traces d’utlisation sur les outils néolithiques du Proche-Orient (Lyon 1983) 199-207.

H. A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, “Problèmes d’emmanchement dans le Néolithique grec: les gaines et manches en bois de cervide,” in D. Stordeur (ed.), La main et l’outil. Manches et emmanchements préhistoriques (Lyon 1987) 247-256.

H. A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, “Agios Petros Kyra-Panagias. Stoicheia tes lithotechnias tou laxemenou lithou,” Diethnes synedrio gia ten Archaia Thessalia ste mneme tou Demetriou P. Theochare (Athens 1992) 191-202.

A. Moundrea-Agrafioti and C. Gnardellis, “Outils tranchants thessaliens en pierre polie: Un réexamen de la typologie de Christos Tsountas,” Les cahiers de l’analyse des données 16:2 (1991) 161-178.

A. Moundrea-Agrafioti and C. Gnardellis, “Classification des outils tranchants thessaliens en pierre polie par les methodes multidimensionelles,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 189-200.

C. Perlès, Les industries lithiques taillés de Franchthi (Argolide, Grèce) I: Présentation générale et industries paléolithiques [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 3] (Bloomington 1987).

C. Perlès, “Les industries du Néolithique précéramique de Grèce: nouvelles études, nouvelles interpretations,” in J. K. Kozlowski (ed.), Chipped Stone Industries of the Early Farming Cultures in Europe (Warsaw/Cracow 1987) 19-39.

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, “L’outillage de pierre taillée néolithique en Gréce: approvisionnement et exploitation des matières premières,” BCH 114(1990) 1-42.

C. Perlès, Les industries lithiques taillés de Franchthi (Argolide, Grèce) II: Les industries du Mésolithique et du Néolithique initial [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 5] (Bloomington 1990).

C. Perlès, Les industries lithiques taillées de Tharrounia (Eubée) (Paris 1994).

C. Perlès, “Technologie des industries lithiques thessaliennes: problèmes méthodologiques et perspectives socio-économiques,” in J.-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 71-78.

C. Perlès, T. Takaoglu, and B. Gratuze, “Melian Obsidian in NW Turkey: Evidence for Early Neolithic Trade,” JFA 36(2011) 44-52.

C. Perlès and P. Vaughan, “Pièces lustrées, travail des plantes et moissons à Franchthi (Grèce) (Xème – IVème millénaire B.C.),” in M. C. Chauvin (ed.), Traces d’Utilisation sur les Outils Néolithiques du Proche Orient (Lyon 1983) 209-224.

C. Perlès and K. D. Vitelli, “Craft Specialization in the Neolithic of Greece,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 96-107.

C. Renfrew and A. Aspinall, “Aegean Obsidian and Franchthi Cave,” in C. Perlès, Les industries lithiques taillés de Franchthi (Argolide, Grèce) II: Les industries du Mésolithique et du Néolithique initial [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 5] (Bloomington 1990) 257-270.

C. Runnels, “Trade and the Demand for Millstones in Southern Greece in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age,” in A. B. Knapp and T. Stech (eds.),  Prehistoric Production and Exchange: the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean (Los Angeles 1985) 30-43.

K. Skourtopoulou, “The Chipped Stone from Makriyalos: a Preliminary Report,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 121-127.

A. Skourtopoulou and S. Demetriadis, “E thermike epexergasia ton pyritikon lithon stis lithotechnies tou parelthontos: to paradeigma tou neolithikou oikismou tes Thermes B,” in I. Stratis, M. Babelidis, K. Kotsakis, G. Tsokas, and E. Tsoukala (eds.), Archaeometrical and Archaeological Research in Macedonia and Thrace (Thessalonike 1996) 331-350.

T. F. Strasser, “Three Axe Groups from Neolithic Knossos,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 61-65.

A. Stroulia, “Ground Stone Celts from Franchthi Cave: A Close Look,” Hesperia 72(2003) 1-30.

C. Tsoraki, “Unravelling Ground Stone Life Histories: The Spatial Organization of Stone Tools and Human Activities at LN Makriyialos, Greece,” Documenta Praehistorica 34(2007) 289-297.

P. Vaughan, “Use-wear Analysis of Mesolithic Chipped Stone Artifacts,” in C. Perlès, Les industries lithiques taillés de Franchthi (Argolide, Grèce) II: Les industries du Mésolithique et du Néolithique initial [Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fascicule 5] (Bloomington 1990) 239-257.

K. I. Wright, “The Origins and Development of Ground Stone Assemblages in Late Pleistocene Southwest Asia,” Paléorient 17(1991) 19-45.

K. I. Wright, “A Classification System for Ground Stone Tools from the Prehistoric Levant,” Paléorient 18(1992) 53-81.

Other Special Subjects, Regional Studies, and Miscellanea

A. Agelarakis and N. Efstratiou, “Skeletal Remains from the Neolithic Site of Makri-Thrace: A Preliminary Report,” in I. Stratis, M. Babelidis, K. Kotsakis, G. Tsokas, and E. Tsoukala (eds.), Archaeometrical and Archaeological Research in Macedonia and Thrace (Thessalonike 1996) 11-21.

E. Alram-Stern, “Aigeira/Achaia and the Settlement Pattern on the Peloponnese in the Final Neolithic and EH I,” in E proïstorike erevna sten Ellada kai oi prooptikes tes: theoretikoi kai methodologikoi problematismoi: Archaiologiko symposio ste mneme tou D. R. Theochare (Thessalonike 1999) 1-9.

A. J. Ammerman, N. Efstratiou, M. Ntinou, K. Pavlopoulos, R. Gabrielli, K. D. Thomas, and M. A. Mannino, “Finding the Early Neolithic in Aegean Thrace: The Use of Cores,” Antiquity 82(2008) 139-150.

I. Aslanis, “E prote emphanise ochyroseon se proïstorikous oikismous tou Aigaiakou chorou,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. J. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos: History and Archaeology (Athens 1998) 109-115.

C. Becker, “The Middle Neolithic and the Platia Magoula Zarkou – A Review of Current Archaeozoological Research in Thessaly (Greece),” Anthropozoologica 30(1999) 3-22.

E. F. Bloedow, “The ‘Aceramic’ Neolithic Phase in Greece Reconsidered,” Mediterranean Archaeology 4 (1991) 1-43.

E. F. Bloedow, “The Date of the Earliest Phase at Argissa Magoula in Thessaly and Other Neolithic Sites in Greece,” Mediterranean Archaeology 5-6 (1992-93) 45-54.

K. Branigan, “Late Neolithic Colonization of the Uplands of Eastern Crete,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 57-65.

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

C. Broodbank and T. F. Strasser, “Migrant Farmers and the Neolithic Colonisation of Crete,” Antiquity 65 (1991) 233-245.

J. Carington-Smith, Spinning, Weaving and Textile Manufacture in Prehistoric Greece from the Beginning of the Neolithic to the End of the Mycenaean Ages (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Tasmania 1975).

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

W. Cavanagh and C. Mee, “Reflections on Neolithic Laconia,” in A. Dakouri-Hild and S. Sherratt (eds.), AUTHOCHTHON: Papers Presented to O. T. P. K. Dickinson on the Occasion of His Retirement [BAR-IS 1432] (Oxford 2005) 24-36.

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. 32-37.

J. F. Cherry, “Pattern and Process in the Earliest Colonization of the Mediterranean Islands,” PPS 47 (1981) 41-68.

J. F. Cherry, “Pastoralism and the Role of Animals in the Pre- and Proto-Historic Economies of the Aegean,” in C. R. Whittaker (ed.), Pastoral Economies in Classical Antiquity [Cambridge Philosophical Society Supplement 14] (Cambridge 1988) 6-34.

J. F. Cherry, “The First Colonization of the Mediterranean Islands: A Review of Recent Research,” JMA 3 (1990) 145-221.

G. Chourmouziades, “Eisagoge sto neolithiko tropo paragogas, 1,” Anthropologika 1 (1980) 118-129.

G. Chourmouziades, “Eisagoge sto neolithiko tropo paragogas, 2,” Anthropologika 2 (1981)  39-54.

R. Christidou, “Dimitra: Bone-working,” in D. Grammenos (ed.), Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997) 128-199.

R. Christidou, Outils en os néolithiques du Nord de la Grèce:etude technologique (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Paris X-Nanterre 1999).

R. Christidou, “Study of Bone Tools from Three Late/Final Neolithic Sites in Northern Greece,” in A. M. Choyke and L. Bartosiewicz (eds.), Crafting Bone: Skeletal Technologies through Time and Space [BAR-IS 937] (Oxford 2001) 41-47.

R. Christidou, “Aspects of Bone Exploitation in the Neolithic Sites of Eastern Macedonia, Greece,” in H. Luik, A. Choyke, C. E. Batey, and L. Lougas (eds.), From Hooves to Horns, From Mollusc to Mammoth. Manufacture and Use of Bone Artefacts from Prehistoric Times to the Present (Tallinn 2005) 91-104.

P. Collins and P. Halstead, “Faunal Remains and Animal Exploitation at Late Neolithic Makriyalos: Preliminary Results,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 139-141.

D. C. Cook, “Skeletal Evidence for Nutrition in Mseolithic and Neolithic Greece: A View from Franchthi Cave,” in  S. Vaughan and W. Coulson (eds.), Paleodiet in the Aegean (Oxford 2000) 99-104.

A. Curci and A. Tagliacozzo, “Economic and Ecological Evidence from the Vertebrate Remains of the Neolithic Site of Makri (Thrace – Greece),” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 123-131.

P. Darcque and R. Treuil, “Un ‘bucrane’ néolithique à Dikili Tash (Macédoine orientale): parallèles et perspectives d’interpretation,” BCH 122 (1998) 1-25.

H. Dawson, “Cycles of Island Colonisation in the Prehistoric Mediterranean,” in C. Briault, J. Green, A. Kaldelis, and A. Stellatou (eds.), SOMA 2003: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology [BAR-IS 1391] (Oxford 2005) 43-48.

K. Demakopoulou (ed.), Kosmemata tes ellenikes Proïstorias. O Neolithikos thesauros (Athens 1999).

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

A. Douzougli-Zachou, “E Argolike pediada sten Ystere Neolithike kai Protoelladike epoche: Synopse tes problematikes apo mia diepistemonike proesengise,” in A. Pariente and G. Touchais (eds.), Argos et l’Argolide: Topographie et Urbanisme (Paris 1998) 23-39.

N. Efstratiou, “Tracing the History of the First Farmers in Greece – A Long and Winding Road,” in C. Lichter (ed.), How Did Farming Reach Europe? (Istanbul 2005) 143-153.

N. Efstratiou, “Neolithic Households in Greece: The Contribution of Ethnoarchaeology,” 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) 29-35.

R. J. Elia, A Study of the Neolithic Architecture of Thessaly, Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, Boston University 1983).

K. Flint-Hamilton, Palaeoethnobotany of the Zas Cave on Naxos (Ph.D. dissertation, Duke University 1994).

J. Forsén, “The Asea Valley from the Neolithic Period to the Early Bronze Age,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 191-196.

M. Fotiadis, Economy, Ecology and Settlement among Subsistence Farmers in the Serres Basin, Northeastern Greece, 5000 – 1000 B.C. (Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University 1985).

K. I. Gallis, Kauseis nekron apo te Neolithike epoche ste Thessalia (Athens 1982).

K. J. Gallis, “A Late Neolithic Foundation Offering from Thessaly,” Antiquity 59 (1985) 20-24.

K. Gallis, “Die stratigraphische Einordnung der Larisa-Kultur: eine Richtigstellung,” PZ 62 (1987) 147-163.

M. Georgiadis, “The Earliest Colonisation in the Aegean: The Case of the Dodecanese,” in G. Muskett, A. Koltsida, and M. Georgiadis (eds.), SOMA 2001: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology 2001 [BAR-IS 1040] (Oxford 2002) 150-156.

M. Georgiadis, “Honouring the Dead in Mesolithic and Neolithic Peloponnese: A Few General Observations,” in H. Cavanagh, W. Cavanagh, and J. Roy (eds.), Honouring the Dead in the Peloponnese (Nottingham 2011) 163-182.

D. B. Grammenos, M. Besios, and S. Kotsos, Apo tous proïstorikous oikismous tes kentrikes Makedonias [Makedonike Bibliotheke 88] (Thessalonike 1997).

H. J. Greenfield and K. D. Fowler, The Secondary Products Revolution in Macedonia: The Zooarchaeological Remains from Megalo Nisi Galanis, a Late Neolithic – Early Bronze Age Site in Greek Macedonia [BAR-IS 1414] (Oxford 2005).

P. Halstead, Strategies for Survival: An Ecological Approach to Social and Economic Change in the Early Farming Communities of Thessaly, N. Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Cambridge 1984).

P. Halstead, “The Economy Has a Normal Surplus: Economic Stability and Social Change among Early Farming Communities of Thessaly, Greece,” in P. Halstead and J. O’Shea (eds.), Bad Year Economics: Cultural Responses to Risk and Uncertainty  (Cambridge 1989) 68-80.

P. Halstead, “From Reciprocity to Redistribution: Modelling the Exchange of Livestock in Neolithic Greece,” in A. Grant (ed.), Animals and Their Products in Trade and Exchange [Anthropologica 16] (1992) 19-30.

P. Halstead, “Spondylus Shell Ornaments from Late Neolithic Dimini, Greece: Specialized Manufacture or Unequal Accumulation?,” Antiquity 67 (1993) 603-609.

P. Halstead, “The North-South Divide: Regional Paths to Complexity in Prehistoric Greece,” in C. Mathers and S. Stoddart (eds.), Development and Decline in the Mediterranean Bronze Age (Sheffield 1994) 195-220.

P. Halstead, “From Sharing to Hoarding: The Neolithic Foundations of Aegean Bronze Age Society,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), Politeia: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège 1995) I: 11-21.

P. Halstead, “Neighbours from Hell? The Household in Neolithic Greece,” in P. Halstead (ed.), Neolithic Society in Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 2] (Sheffield 1999) 77-95.

P. Halstead, “Farming and Feasting in the Neolithic of Greece: The Ecological Context of Fighting with Food,” Documenta Praehistorica 31(2004) 151-161.

P. Halstead, “Carcasses and Commensality: Investigating the Social Context of Meat Consumption in Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Greece,” in C. Mee and J. Renard (eds.), Cooking Up the Past: Food and Culinary Practices in the Neolithic and Bronze Age Aegean (Oxford 2007) 25-48.

Y. Hamilakis, “The Sacred Geography of Hunting: Wild Animals, Social Power, and Gender in Early Farming Societies,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 239-247.

H. D. Hansen, Early Civilization in Thessaly (Baltimore 1933) 22-76.

J. Hansen, “Agriculture in the Prehistoric Aegean: Data versus Speculation,” AJA 92 (1988) 39-52.

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

J. Hansen, “Franchthi Cave and the Beginning of Agriculture in Greece and the Aegean,” Préhistoire de l’Agriculture: Nouvelles approches expérimentales et ethnographiques (Paris 1992) 231-247.

J. Harlan, “Plant Domestication: Diffuse Origins and Diffusions,” in C. Bargozzi (ed.), The Origin and Domestication of Cultivated Plants (Amsterdam 1986) 21-34.

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.

M. Johnson, “Water, Animals and Agricultural Technology: A Study of Settlement Patterns and Economic Change in Neolithic Southern Greece,” OJA 15 (1996) 267-295.

M. Johnson, Early Farming in the Land of Springs: Settlement Patterns and Agriculture in Neolithic Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, Göteborg University 2004).

M. Johnson and C. Perlès, “An Overview of Neolithic Settlement Patterns in Eastern Thessaly,” in J. Cherry, C. Scarre, and S. Shennan (eds.), Explaining Social Change: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew (Cambridge 2004) 65-79.

L. Karali-Yannacopoulou, “Dimitra – Matériel malacologique,” in D. Grammenos (ed.), Neolithike Makedonia (Athens 1997) 200-211.

P. Karkanas and G. Stratouli, “Neolithic Lime Plastered Floors in Drakaina Cave, Kephallonia Island, Western Greece: Evidence of the Significance of the Site,” BSA 103(2008) 27-41.

R. J. King, S. S. Özcan, T. Carter, E. Kalfoglou, S. Atasoy, C. Triantaphyllidis, A. Kouvatsi, A. A. Lin, C-E. T. Chow, L. A. Zhivotovsky, M. Michalodimitrakis, and P. A. Underhill, “Differential Y-Chromosome Anatolian Influences on the Greek and Cretan Neolithic,” Annals of Human Genetics 72(2008) 205-214.

R. King and P. A. Underhill, “Congruent Distributions of Neolithic Painted Pottery and Ceramic Figurines with Y-Chromosome Lineages,” Antiquity 76(2002) 707-714.

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