Insects

C. Davaras, “Minoan Beehives,” in Studies in Honour of G. E. Mylonas III (Athens 1989) 1-7.

R. P. Evershed, S. J. Vaughan, S. N. Dudd, and J. S. Soles, “Fuel for Thought? Beeswax in Lamps and Conical Cups from Late Minoan Crete,” Antiquity 71(1997) 979-985.

R. P. Evershed, S. J. Vaughan, S. N. Dudd, and J. S. Soles, “Organic Residue, Petrographic and Typological Analyses of Late Minoan Lamps and Conical Cups from Excavations at Mochlos in East Crete, Greece,” in S. Vaughan and W. Coulson (eds.), Paleodiet in the Aegean (Oxford 2000) 37-54.

E. Panagiotakopoulou, “Insect Remains from the Late Bronze Age Settlement of Akrotiri,” BICS 42(1997-98) 216.

E. Panagiotakopoulou,  Archaeology and Entomology in the Eastern Mediterranean: Research into the History of Insect Synanthropy in Greece and Egypt [BAR-IS 836] (Oxford 2000).

E. Panagiotakopoulou and P. Buckland, “Insect Pests of Stored Products from Late Bronze Age Santorini, Greece,” Journal of Stored Products Research 27(1991) 179-184.

E. Panagiotakopoulou, P. Buckland, P. M. Day, A. A. Sarpaki, and C. Doumas, “Natural Insecticides and Insect Repellents in Antiquity: A Review of the Evidence,” Journal of Archaeological Research 22(1995) 705-710.

E. Panagiotakopoulou, P. C. Buckland, P. M. Day, C. Doumas, A. Sarpaki, and P. Skidmore, “A Lepidodopterous Cocoon from Thera and Evidence for Silk in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 71(1997) 420-429.

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