Fish and Shells

[see also "Terrestrial Fauna"]

J. Fischer, “Ernährung und Fischkonsum im spätbronzeseitlichen Griechenland,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen (Vienna 2007) 125-139.

G. Forstenpointner, A Galik, S. Zohmann, and G. E. Weissengruber, “Saitenspiel und Purpurschimmer – archäozoologische Ehrengaben aus dem späthelladischen Ägina Kolonna,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen (Vienna 2007) 141-149.

L. Karali-Yannacopoulou, “Sea Shells, Land Snails and Other Marine Remains from Akrotiri,” TAW III.2(1990) 410-415.

L. Karali, “Marine Invertebrates and Minoan Art,” in D. S. Reese (ed.), Pleistocene and Holocene Fauna of Crete and its First Settlers (Madison 1996) 413-422.

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

L. Karali, “E semasia ton ostreon tes proïstorikes Poliochnes,” in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 195-200.

L. Karali, Shells in Aegean Prehistory [BAR-IS 761] (Oxford 1999).

L. Karali, “La malacofaune à l’âge du Bronze et à la période géométrique,” Pallas revue d’études antiques: Paysage et alimentation dans le monde grec 52(2000) 115-131.

L. Karali, “Shells from Prehistoric Sites in Northern Greece,” in D. E. Bar-Yosef Mayer (ed.), Archaeomalacology: Molluscs in Former Environments of Human Behaviour (Oxford 2005) 91-98.

D. Mylona, “Archaeological Fish Remains in Greece: General Trends of the Research and a Gazetteer of Sites,” in E. Kotjabopoulou, Y. Hamilakis, P. Halstead, C. Gamble, and P. Elefanti (eds.), Zooarchaeology in Greece: Recent Advances [BSA Studies 9] (London 2003) 193-200.

J. Powell, Fishing in the Prehistoric Aegean [SIMA Pocket-book 137] (Jonsered 1996).

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.

D. Reese, “Recent and Fossil Shells from Tomb XVIII, Gypsades Cemetery, Knossos, Crete,” BSA 77(1982) 249-250.

D. Reese, “Palaikastro Shells and Bronze Age Purple-dye Production in the Mediterranean Basin,” BSA 82(1987) 201-206.

D. S. Reese, “The Marine Invertebrates,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos I: The Kommos Region and the Houses of the Minoan Town. Part 1: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Princeton 1995) 240-273.

D. S. Reese, “The Exploitation of Aquatic Resources at Bakla Tepe, Liman Tepe and Panaztepe,” in B. Avunç (ed.), Studies in Honor of Hayat Erkanal (Istanbul 2006) 626-630.

M. Rose, With Line and Glittering Bronze Hook: Fishing in the Aegean Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University 1994).

M. Rose, “Fishing at Franchthi Cave, Greece: Changing Environments and Patterns of Exploitation,” OWAN 18:3(1995) 21-26.

M. J. Rose, “The Fish Remains,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos I: The Kommos Region and the Houses of the Minoan Town. Part 1: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Princeton 1995) 204-239.

M. Rose, “Fishing at Minoan Pseira: Formation of a Bronze Age Fish Assemblage from Crete,” Archaeofauna 5(1996) 135-140.

M. J. Rose, “Notes on Fish Remains from Cretan Caves,” in D. S. Reese (ed.), Pleistocene and Holocene Fauna of Crete and its First Settlers (Madison 1996) 197-206.

D. Ruscillo, “Reconstructing Murex Royal Purple and Biblical Blue in the Aegean,” in D. Bar-Yosef (ed.), Archaeomalacology (Oxford 2005) 99-106.

D. Ruscillo, “Faunal Remains and Murex Dye Production,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 776-840.

M. L. Séfériadès, “Spondylus Gaederopus: Some Observations on the Earliest European Long Distance Exchange System,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 423-437.

J. Shackleton, Marine Molluscan Remains from Franchthi Cave [Excavations at Franchthi Cave fascicule 4] (Bloomington 1988].

N. J. Shackleton, “The Shells,” in P. Warren, Myrtos. An Early Bronze Age Settlement in Crete (Oxford 1972) 321-325.

P. R. Stieglitz, “The Minoan Origin of Tyrian Purple,” Biblical Archaeologist 57(1994) 46-54.

G. Stratouli, “Die Fischerei in der Ägäis während des Neolithikums. Zur Technik und zum potentiellen Ertrag,” PZ 71(1996) 1-27.

T. Theodoropoulou, “Fishing (in) Aegean Seascapes: Early Aegean Fishermen and Their World,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 51-70.

H. Todorova, “Die Spondylus-Problematik heute,” in S. Hiller and V. Nikolov (eds.), Karanovo III: Beiträge zum Neolithikum in Südosteuropa (Vienna 2000) 415-422.

M. Uerpmann and W. Van Neer, “Fischreste aus den Grabungen in Troia (1989-1999),” Studia Troica 10(2000) 145-179.

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