Lesson 4: Bibliography

The Early Cycladic Period

[Updated November 2011]

  1. Colloquia, Festschrifts, Exhibitions, and Symposia
  2. General
  3. Excavation and Surface Survey Reports
  4. Chronology and Terminology
  5. Art History and Museum Collections
  6. Settlement and Fortification Architecture
  7. Funerary Architecture and Burial Customs
  8. Pottery
  9. Marble Figurines, Stone Vessels, Abrasives, and Coloring Matter Metalwork
  10. Lithics, Weights, Furniture, and Bone
  11. Seals and Sealings
  12. Economy and Environment
  13. Religion
  14. Trade and External Contacts
  15. The Early Bronze Age on Islands of the North-central and Northwestern Aegean
  16. The Early Bronze Age on Islands of the Southeastern Aegean

 


Colloquia, Festschrifts, Exhibitions, and Symposia

S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007).

N. Brodie and C. Hills (eds.), Material Engagements: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew (Cambridge 2004).

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

J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979).

P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan (eds.), Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007).

C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997).

C. Doumas, A. Giannikouri, and O. Kouka (eds.), The Aegean Early Bronze Age: New Evidence (Athens forthcoming).

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

J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984).

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).

W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age: Papers Presented to Jeremy B. Rutter on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday (Oxford 2011).
I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999).

J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984).
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).

L. Marangou (ed.), Cycladic Culture: Naxos in the 3rd Millennium B.C. (Athens 1990).

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

D. Metzler, B. Otto, and C. Müller-Wirth (eds.), ANTIDORON: Festschrift für Jürgen Thimme zum 65. Geburtstag am 26. September 1982 (Karlsruhe 1983).

G. Rougemont (ed.), Les Cyclades: Matériaux pour une étude de géographie historique (Paris 1983).
V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011).

N. Ch. Stampolides (ed.), PHOS KYKLADIKON: Timetikos tomos ste mneme tou Nikou Zapheiropoulou (Athens 1999).

N. C. Stampolides (ed.), GENETHLION: Anamnestikos tomos yia ten symplerose eikosi chronon leitourgias tou Mouseiou Kykladikes Technes (Athens 2006).

N. Ch. Stampolidis, Aegean Waves: Artworks of the Early Cycladic Culture in the Museum of Cycladic Art at Athens (Athens 2007).

G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011).

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).
STELE: Tomos eis mnemen Nikolaou Kontoleontos (Athens 1980)

General

E. Alram-Stern, Die ägäische Frühzeit. Forschungsbericht 1975-2002. II, 1-2: Die Frühbronzezeit in Griechenland mit Ausnahme von Kreta (Vienna 2004).

R. L. N. Barber, The Cyclades in the Bronze Age (Iowa City 1987).

K. Birtacha, “Evidence for Soical Differentiation in the Cylcades during the Third Millenium B.C. ,” in I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999) 51-58.

K. Branigan, “The Nature of Warfare in the Southern Aegean during the Third Millennium B.C.,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 87-94.

C. Broodbank, This Small World the Great: An Island Archaeology of the Early Cyclades (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Cambridge 1995).

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

C. Broodbank, “The Early Bronze Age in the Cyclades,” in C. W. Shelmerdine (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Aegean Bronze Age (Cambridge 2008) 47-76.

T. Carter, “Cinnabar and the Cyclades: Body Modification and Political Structure in the Late EB I Southern Cyclades,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 119-129.

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. 37-46.

M. B. Cosmopoulos, The Early Bronze 2 in the Aegean (Jonsered 1991).

J. L. Davis, “Perspectives on the Prehistoric Cyclades: An Archaeological Introduction,” in P. Getz-Preziosi (ed.), Early Cycladic Art in North American Collections (Richmond 1987) 4-45.

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

J. L. Davis, “The Islands of the Aegean,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 19-76.

J. L. Davis, I. Tzonou-Herbst, and A. Wolpert, “The Islands of the Aegean. Addendum: 1992-1999,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 77-94.

C. Doumas, “E protokykladike koinonia: Mia apopeira prosengises tou kosmou tes noeses,” in E Naxos dia mesou ton aionon (Athens 1994) 115-123.

C. G. Doumas, Early Cycladic Culture. The N. P. Goulandris Collection (Athens 2000).

C. G. Doumas, Silent Witnesses. Early Cycladic Art of the Third Millennium B. C. (New York 2002).

C. Doumas, “The Aegean Islands and their Role in the Development of Civilisation,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 131-140.

V. Economidou, Cycladic Settlements in the Early Bronze Age and their Aegean Context (Ph.D. dissertation, University College London 1993).

R. K. Evans, “The Significance of the Cycladic Early Bronze Age: From Life among the Insular Greeks to the ‘Multiplier Effect’ and Beyond,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 7-21.

E. Karantzali, Le Bronze Ancien dans les Cyclades et en Crìte [BAR-IS 631] (Oxford 1996).

E. Karantzali, “The Transition of EB I to EB II at Cyclades and Crete: Historical and Cultural Repercussions for Aegean Communities,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 241-260.

O. Kouka, “’Diaspora’, ‘Presence’ or ‘Interaction’? The Cyclades and the Greek Mainland in the Final Neolithic and the Early Bronze Age,” in C. Renfrew et al., ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 271-279.

S. Manning, “The Emergence of Divergence: Development and Decline on Bronze Age Crete and the Cyclades,” in C. Mathers and S. Stoddart (eds.), Development and Decline in the Mediterranean Bronze Age (Sheffield 1994) 221-270.

S. Manning, “Cultural Change in the Aegean c. 2200 B.C.,” in H. Nüzhet Dalfes, G. Kukla, and H. Weiss (eds.), Third Millennium B.C. Climate Change and Old World Collapse (Berlin 1997) 149-171.

M. Marthari, “O kykladikos kosmos sten proïme epoche tou Chalkou,” in L. G. Mendoni (ed.), Poliochne Lemnoi en Amichthaloessei: Ena kentro tes proïmes epoches tou Chalkou sto boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 29-34, 52-57, 75-80.

 M. Marthari, Syros: Chalandriani and Kastri: From the Investigation and Protection to the Presentation of an Archaeological Site (Athens 1998).

M. Marthari, “Altering Information from the Past: Illegal Excavations in Greece and the Case of the Early Bronze Age Cyclades,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole and C. Renfrew (eds.), Trade in Illicit Antiquities: the Destruction of the World’s Archaeological Heritage (Cambridge 2001) 161-172.

G. Nakou, The End of the Early Bronze Age in the Aegean: Material Culture and History (Ph.D. dissertation, University of London 2000).

M. Nikolaïdou and D. Kokkinidou, The Archaeology and Social Identity of Gender: Approaches in Aegean Prehistory (Thessaloniki 1993) <in Greek>.

L. Papazoglou-Manioudaki, “Epilogue: The Legacy of the Cycladic Art in the Modern World,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 110-112.

E. Peltenburg, “From Nucleation to Dispersal. Late Third Millennium B.C. Settlement Pattern Transformations in the Near East and Aegean,” in O. Rouault and M. Wäfler (eds.), La Djéziré et l’Euphrate syriens de la protohistoire à la fin du IIe millénaire av. J.-C.: Tendances dans l’interprétation historique des données nouvelles [Subartu VII] (Brepols 2000) 183-206.

J. Rambach, Die relativchronologische Abfolge und die Verbreitung der Grabsittenkreise auf den Kykladen während der frühen Bronzezeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 1989).

J. Rambach, Kykladen I: Die frühe Bronzezeit: Grab- und Siedlungsbefunde (Bonn 2000).

J. Rambach, Kykladen II: Die frühe Bronzezeit: Frühbronzezeitliche Beigabensittenkreise auf den Kykladen, Relative Chronologie und Verbreitung (Bonn 2000).

A. C. Renfrew, The Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Cultures of the Cyclades and their External Relations (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Cambridge 1965).

C. Renfrew, The Emergence of Civilization (London 1972).

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

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Period: Introduction,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 18-24.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Pre-Bronze Age Cyclades,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 26-31.

Excavation and Surface Survey Reports

A. Angelopoulou, “E ‘Omada Kastriou’ kai to Korphari ton Amygdalion (Panormos) Naxou,” 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) 159-190.

A. Angelopoulou, “The Kastri Group: The Evidence from Korphari ton Amygdalion, Panormos, Naxos, Dhaskaleio Kavos, Keros and Akrotiri, Thera,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 149-164.

T. D. Atkinson, R. C. Bosanquet, C. C. Edgar, A. J. Evans, D. G. Hogarth, D. Mackenzie, C. Smith, and F. B. Welch, Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos Conducted by the British School at Athens (London 1904).

C. R. Bosanquet, “Prehistoric Graves in Syra,” BSA 2 (1895-96) 141-144.

C. Broodbank, “Perspectives on an Early Bronze Age Island Centre: an Analysis of Pottery from Daskaleio-Kavos (Keros) in the Cyclades,” OJA 19 (2000) 323-342.

E. M. Bossert, “Kastri auf Syros,” AD 22A(1967) 53-75.

J. F. Cherry, J. L. Davis, and E. Mantzourani, Landscape Archaeology as Long-term History: Northern Keos in the Cycladic Islands (Los Angeles 1991).

C. Doumas, “Korphi t’Aroniou: mikra anaskaphike ereuna en Naxoi,” AD 20A(1965) 41-64.

C. Doumas, “Early Bronze Age Settlement Patterns in the Cyclades,” in P. J. Ucko, R. Tringham, and G. W. Dimbleby (eds.), Man, Settlement, and Urbanism (London 1970) 227-230.

F. Dümmler, “Mitteilungen von den griechischen Inseln. I. Reste vorgriechischer Bevölkerung auf den Kykladen,” AM 11(1886) 15-46.

I. Erard-Cerceau, V. Fotou, O. Psychoyos, and R. Treuil, “Prospection archéologique à Naxos (région nord-ouest),” in R. Dalongeville and G. Rougemont (eds.), Recherches dans les Cyclades (Lyon 1993) 59-96.

R. K. Evans and C. Renfrew, “The Earlier Bronze Age at Phylakopi,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 63-69.

V. Fotou, “Les sites de l’époque néolithique et de l’age du bronze à Naxos,” in G. Rougemont (ed.), Les Cyclades: Matériaux pour une étude de géographie historique (Paris 1983) 15-66.

O. Hadjianastasiou and J. A. MacGillivray, “An Early Bronze Age Copper Smelting Site on the Aegean Island of Kythnos, Part II: The Archaeological Evidence,” in J. E. Jones (ed.), Aspects of Ancient Mining and Metallurgy (Bangor 1988) 31-34.

 J. J. Hekman, “Chalandriani on Syros. An Early Bronze Age Cemetery in the Cyclades: Report of the Research Undertaken in 1990,” Netherlands Institute at Athens Newsletter 3(1990) 19-30.

J. J. Hekman, “The Early Cycladic Cemetery at Chalandriani on Syros: Report of the 1991 Topographical Survey,” Netherlands Institute at Athens Newsletter 4(1991) 17-43.

J. J. Hekman, “Chalandriani on Syros: An Early Bronze Age Cemetery in the Cyclades,” ArchEph 133(1994) 47-74.

S. Kariotis, “Akroteri Theras. Mia prote anagnose tes stromatographikes akolouthias sten Plateia Diplon Keraton,” 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) 419-444.

S. Katsarou-Tzeveleki and D. U. Schilardi, “Some Reflections on EC Domestic Space Arising from Observations at Koukounaries, Paros,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 61-70.

J. A. MacGillivray, “Mount Kynthos in Delos. The Early Cycladic Settlement,” BCH 104(1980) 3-45.

L. Marangou, “Evidence for the Early Cycladic Period on Amorgos,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 99-115.

L. Marangou, C. Renfrew, C. Doumas, and G. Gavalas (eds.), Μαρκιανη Αμοργου – Markiani, Amorgos: An Early Bronze Age Fortified Settlement [BSA Supplementary Volume 40] (London 2006).

L. Marangou, C. Renfrew, C. Doumas, and G. Gavalas, “Markiani on Amorgos: an Early Bronze Age Fortified Settlement,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 97-105.

M. Marthari, “Skarkos. Enas protokykladikos oikismos sten Io,” Idryma Nikolaou M. Goulandre: Mouseio Kykladikes Technes: Dialexeis 1986-1989 (Athens 1990) 97-100.

M. Marthari, “E Thera apo ten Proïme ste Mese Epoche tou Chalkou: Ta apotelesmata ton anaskaphon ston Phtello kai ton Ayio Ioanne ton Eleimona,” in I. M. Danezes (ed.), Santorine: Thera, Therasia, Aspronesi, Ephaisteia (Athens 2001) 105-120.

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.

G. G. Papadopoulos, “Archaiologika Syras,” Pandora 16 (1865) 121-127.

G. A. Papathanasopoulos, “Kykladika Naxou,” AD 17A(1961-62) 104-151.

O. Philaniotou, “Naxos, Tsikniades: an Early Cycladic Cemetery,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 195-207.

C. Renfrew, “Dhaskalio Kavos (Keros): Reflections and a Question,” in N. C. Stampolides (ed.), GENETHLION: Anamnestikos tomos yia ten symplerose eikosi chronon leitourgias tou Mouseiou Kykladikes Technes (Athens 2006) 25-34.

C. Renfrew, N.Brodie, C. Morris, and C. Scarre (eds.), Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos 1974-77 [BSA Supplementary Volume 42] (London 2007).

C. Renfrew, C. Doumas, L. Marangou, and G. Gavalas (eds.), Keros, Dhaskalio Kavos: The Investigations of 1987-88 (Cambridge 2007).

C. Renfrew, C. Doumas, L. Marangou, and G. Gavalas, “Dhaskalio Kavos, Keros: the Investigations of 1987-88,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 107-113.

C. Renfrew, O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, and G. Gavalas, “Keros: Dhaskalio and Kavos, Early Cycladic Stronghold and Ritual Cetre. Preliminary Report of the 2006 and 2007 Excavation Seasons,” BSA 102(2007) 103-136.

C. Renfrew, O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, and G. Gavalas, “The Early Cycladic Settlement at Dhaskalio, Keros: Preliminary Report of the 2008 Excavations Season,” BSA 104(2009) 27-47.

C. Renfrew and J. M. Wagstaff (eds.), An Island Polity: the Archaeology of Exploitation in Melos (Cambridge 1982).

O. Rubensohn, “Die prähistorischen und frühgeschichtlichen Funde auf dem Burghügel von Paros,” AM 42(1917) 1-96.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “The Earliest History of Akrotiri: the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Phases,” in D. A. Hardy et al., (eds.), Thera and the Aegean World III:1 (London 1990) 41-47.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “Akrotiri, Thera: The Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Phases in the Light of the Recent Excavations at the Site,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 121-148.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, N. H. Gale, and A. Papastamataki, “An Early Bronze Age Copper Smelting Site on the Aegean Island of Kythnos, Part I: Scientific Evidence,” in J. E. Jones (ed.), Aspects of Ancient Mining and Metallurgy (Bangor 1988) 23-30.

C. A. Televantou, “The Early Cycladic Cemetery at Rivari on Melos,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 209-215.

C. Tsountas, “Kykladika,” ArchEph (1898) 137-212.

C. Tsountas, “Kykladika II,” ArchEph  (1899) 73-134.

I. A. Varoucha, “Kykladikoi taphoi tes Parou,” ArchEph (1925-26) 98-114.

D. E. Wilson, Keos IX: Ayia Irini: Periods I-III. The Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Settlements (Mainz 1999).

D. E. Wilson and M. Eliot, “Ayia Irini, Period III: The Last Phase of Occupation of the EBA Settlement,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 78-87.

E. Yiannouli, “Kat’Akrotiri on Amorgos: Surface Pottery from an Early Cycladic Acropolis,” BSA 97(2002) 1-47.

P. Zapheiropoulou, “Cycladic Finds from Keros,” AAA 1(1968) 97-100.

P. Zapheiropoulou, “Un cimetière du cycladique ancien à Epano Kouphonissi,” in G. Rougemont (ed.), Les Cyclades: Matériaux pour une étude de géographie historique (Paris 1983) 81-86.

P. Zapheiropoulou, “Early Bronze Age Cemeteries of the Kampos Group on Ano Kouphonisi,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 183-194.

 

Chronology and Terminology

R. L. N. Barber, “A Tomb at Ayios Loukas, Syros: Some Thoughts on Early-Middle Cycladic Chronology,” JMAA 1(1981) 167-179.

R. L. N. Barber and J. A. MacGillivray, “The Early Cycladic Period: Matters of Definition and Terminology,” AJA 84(1980) 141-157.

E-M. Bossert, “Zur Datierung der Gräber von Arkesine auf Amorgos,” Festschrift für Peter Goessler (Stuttgart 1954) 23-34.

J. Coleman, “The Chronology and Interconnections of the Cycladic Islands in the Neolithic Period and Early Bronze Age,” AJA 78(1974) 333-344.

C. Doumas, “EBA in the Cyclades: Continuity or Discontinuity?,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 21-29.

O. Kouka, “Third Millennium BC Aegean Chronology: Old and New Data from the Perspective of the Third Millennium AD,” in 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) 133-148.

J. A. MacGillivray, “The Relative Chronology of Early Cycladic III,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 70-77.

S. Manning, The Absolute Chronology of the Aegean Early Bronze Age: the Evidence of Archaeology, Cultural Interrelations and Radiocarbon (Sheffield 1995).

S. W. Manning, “Some Initial Wobbly Steps towards a Late Neolithic to Early Bronze III Radiocarbon Chronology for the Cyclades,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 55-59.

H. Matthäus, “Ein Kykladenidol in Marburg: Bemerkungen zur Chronologie der kykladischen Frühbronzezeit,” AA (1980) 149-165.

O. Philaniotou, “Naxos, Tsikniades: an Early Cycladic Cemetery,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 195-207.

J. Rambach, Die relativchronologische Abfolge und die Verbreitung der Grabsittenkreise auf den Kykladen während der frühen Bronzezeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 1989).

J. Rambach, Kykladen II: Die frühe Bronzezeit: Frühbronzezeitliche Beigabensittenkreise auf den Kykladen, Relative Chronologie und Verbreitung (Bonn 2000).

C. Renfrew, “From Pelos to Syros: Kapros Grave D and the Kampos Group,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 41-54.

J. B. Rutter, “Some Observations on the Cyclades in the Later Third and Early Second Millennium B. C.,” AJA 87(1983) 69-76.

J. Rutter, “The Early Cycladic III Gap: What It Is and How To Go About Filling It Without Making It Go Away,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 95-107.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Pottery from Akrotiri on Thera and its Chronological Implications,” BSA 81(1986) 297-312.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “The Chronology of the ‘Kastri Group’ Reconsidered,” BSA 88(1993) 5-20.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “The Dating of the Late Phylakopi I as Evidenced at Akrotiri on Thera,” BSA 91(1996) 113-136.

C. A. Televantou, “The Early Cycladic Cemetery at Rivari on Melos,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 209-215.

P. Zapheiropoulou, “The Chronology of the Kampos Group,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 31-40.

Art History and Museum Collections

R. Arnott, “Early Cycladic Objects from Ios Formerly in the Finlay Collection,” BSA 85(1990) 1-14.

M. Brouscari, “Collection P. Canellopoulos: Antiquités cycladiques,” BCH 105(1981) 499-535.

M. B. Cosmopoulos, “The Development of Iconography in the Early Bronze 2 Aegean,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège/Austin 1992) 87-96.

C. Doumas, Cycladic Art: The N. P. Goulandris Collection (London 1983).

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

J. L. Fitton, Cycladic Art (London 1989).

P. Getz-Preziosi (ed.), Early Cycladic Art in North American Collections (Richmond 1987).

P. Getz-Gentle, Ancient Art of the Cyclades (Katonah 2006).

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

M. E. Marthari, To archaiologiko mouseio tes Iou: Syntome periegese stes archaiotetes tes Iou meso ton ekthematon tou mouseiou (Athens 1999).

C. Renfrew, The Cycladic Spirit: Masterpieces from the Nicholas P. Goulandris Collection (New York 1991).

E. Sapouna-Sakellarakis, Cycladic Civilization and the Cycladic Collection of the National Archaeological Museum of Athens (Athens 1973).

J. Thimme (ed.), Kunst und Kultur der Kykladeninseln im 3.Jahrtausends v. Chr. (Karlsruhe 1976).

J. Thimme (ed.), The Art and Culture of the Cyclades in the Third Millennium B.C. [trans. P. Getz-Preziosi] (Chicago 1977).

P. Zapheiropoulou, Naxos: Monuments and Museum (Athens 1988).

P. Zapheiropoulou, To Mouseio tes Syrou (Athens 1988).

C. Zervos, L’Art des Cyclades (Paris 1957).

Settlement and Fortification Architecture

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.

I. Aslanis, “Frühe Fortifikationssysteme in Griechenland,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 35-44.

M. Aufschnaiter, “Frühägäische Kanalisationsanlagen: Eine Prestigesache?,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 41-52.

C. Doumas, “Notes on Early Cycladic Architecture,” AA 87 (1972) 151-170.

C. Doumas, “Chambers of Mystery,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 165-175.

C. A. I. French and T. M. Whitelaw, “Soil Erosion, Agricultural Terracing and Site Formation Processes at Markiani, Amorgos, Greece: The Micromorphological Perspective,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Paris 1998) 151-189.

H. Georgiou, “The Role of Maritime Contacts in the Urban Development of the Prehistoric Cyclades,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Paris 1998) 211-216.

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

S. Katsarou-Tzeveleki and D. U. Schilardi, “Some Reflections on EC Domestic Space Arising from Observations at Koukounaries, Paros,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 61-70.

M. Marthari, “Skarkos: enas protokykladikos oikismos sten Io,” Idryma N. P. Goulandri – Mouseio Kykladikes Technes: Dialexeis 1986-1989 (Athens 1990) 97-100.

M. Marthari, “Apo ton Skarko sten Poliochne: Paratereseis gia ten koinoniko-oikonomike anaptyxe ton oikismon tes Proïmes Epoches tou Chalkou stis Kyklades kai ta nesia tou voreioanatolikou Aigaiou,”  in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 362-382.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Architecture,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 32-41.

 

Funerary Architecture and Burial Customs

C. Doumas, Early Bronze Age Burial Habits in the Cyclades (Göteborg 1977).

O. Philaniotou, “Naxos, Tsikniades: an Early Cycladic Cemetery,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 195-207.

J. Rambach, Die relativchronologische Abfolge und die Verbreitung der Grabsittenkreise auf den Kykladen während der frühen Bronzezeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 1989).

J. Rambach, Kykladen I: Die frühe Bronzezeit: Grab- und Siedlungsbefunde (Bonn 2000).

J. Rambach, Kykladen II: Die frühe Bronzezeit: Frühbronzezeitliche Beigabensittenkreise auf den Kykladen, Relative Chronologie und Verbreitung (Bonn 2000).

C. Renfrew, “The Duration of the Cycladic Cemeteries. The Case of Akrotiri on Siphnos,” Praktika B’ Diethnous Siphnaïkou Symposiou (2005) 43-60.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Religion and Burial Habits,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 86-99.

P. Zapheiropoulou, “Early Bronze Age Cemeteries of the Kampos Group on Ano Kouphonisi,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 183-194.

Pottery

R. L. N. Barber, “Unpublished Pottery from Phylakopi,” BSA 103(2008) 43-222.

E-M. Bossert, “Die gestempelten Verzierungen auf frühbronzezeitlichen Gefässen der Ägäis,” JdI 75(1960) 1-16.

C. Broodbank, “Perspectives on an Early Bronze Age Island Centre: An Analysis of Pottery from Daskaleio/Kavos (Keros) in the Cyclades,” OJA 19(2000) 323-342.

J. E. Coleman, “‘Frying Pans’ of the Early Bronze Age Aegean,” AJA 89(1985) 191-219.

C. Doumas, “Protokykladike Kerameike apo ta Christiana Theras,” ArchEph (1976) 1-11.

C. Doumas, “To protokykladiko teganischemo skeuos: Skepseis gia mia pithane chrese tou,” Epeteris Etaireias Kykladikon Meleton 14(1991-93) 299-318.

G. Graziadio, “I ‘duck askoi’ ciprioti,” Agoge 2(2005) 7-18.

E. Karantzali, “The Transition from EB I to EB II in the Cyclades and Crete: Historical and Cultural Repercussions for Aegean Communities,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 241-260.

S. Kariotis, P. M. Day, and D. E. Wilson, “The Early Bronze Age Ceramic Sequence at Akrotiri, Thera,” in C. Doumas, A. Giannikouri, and O. Kouka (eds.), The Aegean Early Bronze Age: New Evidence (Athens, forthcoming).

M. Marthari, “Aspects of Pottery Circulation in the Cyclades during the Early EB II Period: Fine and Semi-fine Imported Ceramic Wares at Skarkos, Ios,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 71-84.

A. N. Mastrapas, E anthropine kai e zoïke morphe sten proïstorike kerameike ton Kykladon (Athens 1991).

S. P. Morris, “Wine and Water in the Bronze Age: Fermenting, Mixing and Serving Vessels,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 113-123.

J. C. Overbeck, The Bronze Age Pottery from the Kastro at Paros (Jonsered 1989).

D. A. Papathanassoglou and Ch. A. Georgouli, “The ‘Frying Pans’ of the Early Bronze Age Aegean: An Experimental Approach to their Possible Use as Liquid Mirrors,” Archaeometry 50(2001) 1-14.

J. Rambach, “Note on the Extent of Cultural Continuity on the Cyclades after the ‘Zeit der Wende’ (‘Time of Change’) in the Late Third Millennium BC: the Ceramic Perspective,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 291-298.

C. Renfrew and R. K. Evans, “The Early Bronze Age Pottery,” in C. Renfrew (ed.), Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos 1974-77 [BSA Supplementary Vol. 42] (London 2007) 129-180.

J. B. Rutter, “An Exercise in Form vs. Function: the Significance of the Duck Vase,” TUAS 10(1985) 16-41.

A. Sampson and P. Fotiadi, “Early Cycladic II-III Finds from Rivari, Melos,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 217-223.

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. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Pottery from the Investigations of the 1960’s at Kavos-Daskaleio, Keros: A Preliminary Report,” in E. Alram-Stern, Die ägäische Frühzeit. Forschungsbericht 1975-2002. II, 2: Die Frühbronzezeit in Griechenland mit Ausnahme von Kreta (Vienna 2004) 1303-1358.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “Dhaskalio Kavos, Keros: the Pottery from the Investigations of the 1960s,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 115-120.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “Akrotiri, Thera: the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Phases in the Light of Recent Excavations at the Site,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 121-134.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Pottery,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 42-50.

S. J. Vaughan, “Petrographic Analysis of the Early Cycladic Wares from Akrotiri, Thera,” TAW III.1 (1990) 470-487.

S. Vaughan and D. Wilson, “Interregional Contacts in the Aegean in Early Bronze II: The Talc Ware Connection,” in C. and P. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 169-186.

E. Yiannouli, “Surface Pottery from the Early Cycladic Acropolis at Vigla Katapolon on the Island of Amorgos: A Preliminary Report,” AAA 32-34[1999-2001] (2003) 37-54.

P. Zapheiropoulou, “Ostraka ek Kerou,” AAA 8(1975) 79-85.

V. Zschietzschmann, “Kykladenpfannen,” JdI 50(1935) 652-668.

 

Marble Figurines, Stone Vessels, Abrasives, and Coloring Matter

C. Alexander, “A Cycladic Statuette,” BMMA 30(1935) 10-12.

R. L. N. Barber, “Early Cycladic Marble Figures: Some Thoughts on Function,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 10-14.

K. Birtacha, “Chromata kai chromatismos kata ten Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou stis Kyklades,” 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) 263-276.

A. Boleti, “The Use of Emery in the Bronze Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean: Methodological Approaches and Preliminary Results,” in G. Kazazes (ed.), Deftero Diethnes Synedrio Archaias Ellenikes Technologias: Praktika [Ancient Greek Technology, 2nd International Conference] (Athens 2006) 276-283.

T. Carter, “Cinnabar and the Cyclades: Body Modification and Political Structure in the Late EB I Southern Cyclades,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 119-129.

J. F. Cherry, “Beazley in the Bronze Age? Reflections on Attribution Studies in Aegean Prehistory,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège/Austin 1992) 123-144.

C. Chippindale and D. Gill, “Cycladic Figurines: Art vs. Archaeology?,” in K. W. Tubb (ed.), Antiquities: Trade or Betrayed. Legal, Ethical and Conservation Issues (London 1995) 131-142.

V. Chryssovitsanou, “Les statuettes cycladiques et l’art moderne,” 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) 337-343.

J. Craxton and P. Warren, “A Neocycladic Harpist?,” in N. Brodie and C. Hills (eds.), Material Engagements: Studies in Honour of Colin Renfrew (Cambridge 2004) 109-113.

J. L. Davis, “A Cycladic Figure in Chicago and the Non-Funereal Use of Cycladic Marble Figures,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 15-23.

A. Devetze, “E parousia ton lithinon angeion os endeixe ton scheseon ton nesion tou voreiou Aigaiou me ton ypoloipo aigaiako choro,”  in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 556-568.

A. Devetzi, “Akrotiri, Thera: Stone Vessels and Implements of the Early Bronze Age – a Preliminary Report,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 135-148.

J. L. Fitton, “Perditus and Perdita: Two Drawings of Cycladic Figurines in the Greek and Roman Department of the British Museum,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 76-87.

P. Getz-Gentle, Stone Vessels of the Cyclades in the Early Bronze Age (University Park 1996).

P. Getz-Gentle, Personal Styles in Early Cycladic Sculpture (Madison 2001).

P. Getz-Gentle, “The Keros Hoard Revisited,” AJA 112(2008) 299-305.

P. Getz-Gentle, N. Herz, Y. Maniatis, and K. Polikreti, “Sourcing the Marble of Early Cycladic Objects,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 65-74.

P. Getz.Preziosi, “Cycladic Sculptors and Their Methods,” in J. Thimme (ed.), The Art and Culture of the Cyclades in the Third Millennium B.C. (Chicago 1977) 71-91.

P. Getz-Preziosi, “Addenda to the Cycladic Exhibition in Karlsruhe,” AA (1978) 1-11.

P. Getz-Preziosi, “The Hunter/Warrior Figure in Early Cycladic Marble Sculpture,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 87-96.

P. Getz-Preziosi, “The Male Figure in Early Cycladic Sculpture,” Metropolitan Museum Journal 15(1980) 5-33.

P. Getz-Preziosi, “Risk and Repair in Early Cycladic Sculpture,” Metropolitan Museum Journal 16(1982) 5-32.

P. Getz-Preziosi, “The ‘Keros Hoard’: Introduction to an Early Cycladic Enigma,” in D. Metzler, B. Otto, and C. Müller-Wirth (eds.), ANTIDORON: Festschrift für Jürgen Thimme zum 65. Geburtstag am 26. September 1982 (Karlsruhe 1983) 37-44.

P. Getz-Preziosi, “Nine Fragments of Early Cycladic Sculpture in Southern California,” Getty Museum Journal 12(1984) 5-20.

P. Getz-Preziosi, Early Cycladic Sculpture: An Introduction (Malibu 1985).

P. Getz-Preziosi, Sculptors of the Cyclades: Individual and Tradition in the Third Millennium B.C. (Ann Arbor 1987).

P. Getz-Preziosi, “Five Sculptors in the Goulandris Collection,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 48-71.

P. Getz-Preziosi and S. S. Weinberg, “Evidence for Painted Details in Early Cycladic Sculpture,” AK 13(1970) 4-12.

D. W. J. Gill and C. Chippindale, “Material and Intellectual Consequences of Esteem for Cycladic Figures,” AJA 97(1993) 601-659.

L. Goodison, “Horizon and Body: Some Aspects of Cycladic Symbolism,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 417-431.

E. Hendrix, “Painted Ladies of the Early Bronze Age,” Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin 55 (1998) 4-15.

E. Hendrix, The Paint Motifs on Early Cycladic Figures (Ph.D. dissertation, New York University Institute of Fine Arts 2000).

E. Hendrix, “Some Methods for Revealing Paint on Early Cycladic Figures,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 139-145.

E. Hendrix, “Painted Early Cycladic Figures: An Exploration of Context and Meaning,” Hesperia 72(2003) 405-446.

R. A. Higgins, “A Cycladic Idol,” British Museum Quarterly 36(1972) 3-4.

O. Höckmann, “Zur kykladischen Harfenspielerfigur von Keros,” Boreas 5(1982) 33-48.

G. L. Hoffman, “Painted Ladies: Early Cycladic II Mourning Figures?,” AJA 106 (2002) 525-550.

B. Lawergren, “A ‘Cycladic’ Harpist in the Metropolitan Museum of Art,” SOURCE: Notes in the History of Art 20:1(2000) 2-9.

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

L. Marangou, “Kykladiko eidolio apo ten Minoa tes Amorgou,” ArchEph (1990) 159-176.

M. Marthari, “Cycladic Marble Idols: The Silent Witnesses of an Island Society in the Early Bronze Age Aegean,” in Gods and Heroes of the Bronze Age: Europe at the Time of Ulysses (Copenhagen 1998) 158-163.

M. Marthari, “Tria kykladika eidolia sto mouseio tes Syrou,” in N. Ch. Stampolides (ed.), PHOS KYKLADIKON: Timetikos tomos ste mneme tou Nikou Zapheiropoulou (Athens 1999) 30-43.

H. Matthäus, “Ein Kykladenidol in Marburg: Bemerkungen zur Chronologie der kykladischen Frühbronzezeit,” AA (1980) 149-165.

J. R. Mertens, “Some Long Thoughts on Early Cycladic Sculpture,” Metropolitasn Museum Journal 33(1998) 7-22.

J. R. Mertens, “Cycladic Art in the Metropolitan Museum, Antecedents and Acquisitions,” in C. G. Doumas (ed.), Silent Witnesses: Early Cycladic Art of the Third Millennium BC (New York 2002) 14-19.

M. Mina, “Gendering Figurines, Engendering People in Early Aegean Prehistory,” 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).

C. Morris, “Hands Up for the Individual! The Role of Attribution Studies in Aegean Prehistory,” CAJ 3(1993) 41-66.

F. Ölmann, “Das Kornspeichermodell von Melos,” AM 50(1925) 19-27.

F. Ölmann, “Hausurnen oder Speicherurnen?,” Bonner Jahrbücher des rheinischen Landesmuseums in Bonn und des Vereins von Altertumsfreunden im Rheinlande 134(1949) 1-39.

E. Oustinoff, “The Manufacture of Cycladic Figurines: A Practical Approach,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 38-47.

G. G. Papadopoulos, “Notices sur quelques antiquités de l’ile de Syra,” RA 6 (1862) 224-234.

E. C. Pieler, “Import or Imitation. Cycladic Idols on the Greek Mainland,” in A. Brysbaert, N. de Bruijn, E. Gibson, A. Michael, and M. Monaghan (eds.), SOMA 2002: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology [BAR-IS 1142] (Oxford 2003) 99-104.

E. C. Pieler, “Kykladische und ‘kykladisierende’ Idole auf Kreta und im helladischen Raum in der Frühbronzezeit – eine Klassifizierung,” SMEA 46(2004) 79-119.

C. Renfrew, “The Development and Chronology of the Early Cycladic Figurines,” AJA 73(1969) 1-32.

A. C. Renfrew, “Speculations on the Use of Early Cycladic Sculpture,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 24-30.

C. Renfrew, “Dhaskalio Kavos (Keros): Reflections and a Question,” in N. C. Stampolides (ed.), GENETHLION: Anamnestikos tomos yia ten symplerose eikosi chronon leitourgias tou Mouseiou Kykladikes Technes (Athens 2006) 25-34.

C. Renfrew, “The Keros Hoard: Remaining Questions,” AJA 112(2008) 295-298.

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.

A. Sachini, Prehistoric Cycladic Figures and Their Influence on Early Twentieth Century Sculpture (M.Litt. thesis, University of Edinburgh 1984).

P. Sotirakopoulou, “The Early Bronze Age Stone Figurines from Akrotiri on Thera and their Significance for the Early Cycladic Settlement,” BSA 93 (1998) 107-165.

P. Sotirakopoulou, The “Keros Hoard”: Myth or Reality? Searching for the Lost Pieces of a Puzzle (Athens/Malibu 2005).

P. Sotirakopoulou, “The Keros Hoard: Some Further Discussion,” AJA 112(2008) 279-294.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Stone Artefacts and Idols,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 64-84.

G. V. Stergiopoulos, “Cycladic Idols: Stripped to the Stone,” in G. Muskett, A. Koltsida, and M. Georgiadis (eds.), SOMA 2001: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology 2001 [BAR-IS 1040] (Oxford 2002) 236-240.

S. R. Stocker and J. L. Davis, “The Cyclades and Pylos: An Early Bronze Age Stone Pyxis from Ali Chodza,” in W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2011) 274-281.

J. Thimme, “Die religiöse Bedeutung der Kykladenidole,” Antike Kunst 8(1965) .

J. Thimme, “Ein monumentales Kykladenidol in Karlsruhe: Zur Typologie und Deutung der Idole,” Jahrbuch der Staatlichen Kunstsammlungen in Baden-Württemberg 12(1975) 7-20.

M. van Schaik, The Marble Harp Players from the Cyclades (Utrecht 1998).

P. Wolters, “Marmorkopf aus Amorgos,” MdI 16(1891) 46-58.

P. Zapheiropoulou, “Protokykladika eidolia tes Naxou,” in STELE: Tomos eis mnemen Nikolaou Kontoleontos (Athens 1980) 532-540.

Metalwork

 Y. Bassiakos and O. Philaniotou, “Early Copper Production on Kythnos: Archaeological Evidence and Analytical Approaches to the Reconstruction of Metallurgical Process,” in P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan (eds.), Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007) 19-56.

M. Catapotis, “On the Spatial Organization of Copper Smelting Activities in the Southern Aegean during the Early Bronze Age,” in P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan (eds.), Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007) 207-223.

R. C. P. Doonan and P. M. Day, “Mixed Origins and the Origins of Mixing: Alloys and Provenance in the Early Bronze Age Aegean,” in P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan (eds.), Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007) 1-18.

J. L. Fitton, “Esse Quam Videri: A Reconsideration of the Kythnos Hoard of Early Cycladic Tools,” AJA 93(1989) 31-39.

N. H. Gale, A. Papastamataki, Z. A. Stos-Gale, and K. Leonis, “Copper Sources and Copper Metallurgy in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in P. T. Craddock and M. J. Hughes (eds.), Proceedings of the Symposium on Early Furnace Technology [British Museum Occasional Paper 48] (London 1985) 81-102.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Cycladic Lead and Silver Metallurgy,” BSA 76(1981) 169-224.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Cycladic Metallurgy,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 255-276.

N. H. Gale and Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Changing Patterns in Prehistoric Cycladic Metallurgy,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 387-408.

N. H. Gale, Z. A. Stos-Gale, and J. L. Davis, “The Provenance of Lead Used at Ayia Irini, Keos,” Hesperia 53(1984) 389-406.

M. Georgakopoulou, “Examination of Copper Slags from the Early Bronze Age Site of Daskaleio-Kavos on the Island of Keros (Cyclades, Greece),” Institute of Archaeo-Metallurgical Studies 24(2004) 3-12.

M. Georgakopoulou, “Metallurgical Activities within Early Cycladic Settlements: The Case of Daskaleio-Kavos,” in P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan (eds.), Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007) 123-134.

H. Gropengiesser, “Siphnos, Kap Agios Sostis: Keramische prähistorische Zeugnisse aus dem Gruben- und Hüttenrevier I,” AM 101(1986) 1-39.

H. Gropengiesser, “Siphnos, Kap Agios Sostis: Keramische prähistorische Zeugnisse aus dem Gruben- und Hüttenrevier II,” AM 102(1987) 1-54.

O. Hadjianastasiou, “Semeioseis yia ten Kythno,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. J. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Athens 1998) 259-273.

O. Hadjianastasiou and J. A. MacGillivray, “An Early Bronze Age Copper Smelting Site on the Aegean Island of Kythnos, Part II: The Archaeological Evidence,” in J. E. Jones (ed.), Aspects of Ancient Mining and Metallurgy (Bangor 1988) 31-34.

L. Keskin, “Ring Idols of Bakla Tepe: The Distribution of This Type in Anatolia with Particular Reference to the Aegean and the Balkans,” in O. Menozzi, M. L. Di Marcio, and D. Fossataro (eds.), SOMA 2005. Proceedings of the IXth Symposium on Mediterranean [BAR-IS 1739] (Oxford 2008) 87-95.

R. Laffineur, “Aspects of Early Bronze Age Jewellery in the 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) 323-332.

H. Mangou and P. V. Ioannou, “On the Chemical Composition of Prehistoric Copper-based Artifacts from the Aegean Region,” BSA 92(1997) 59-72.

H. Mangou and P. V. Ioannou, “Trends in the Making of Copper-based Artefacts during the Prehistoric Period (4000-1050 B.C.),” Opuscula Atheniensia 27(2002) 105-118.

C. Marangou, “Social Differentiation in the Early Bronze Age: Miniature Metal Vessels and Child Burials,” JMA 1(1991) 211-225.

V. McGeehan Liritzis, “Seafaring, Craft and Cultural Contact in the Aegean during the 3rd Millennium B.C.,” IJNA 17(1988) 237-256.

V. McGeehan-Liritzis, The Role and Development of Metallurgy in the Late Neolithic and Early Bronze Age of Greece [SIMA Pocket-book 122] (Jonsered 1996).

V. McGeehan-Liritzis and J. W. Taylor, “Yugoslavian Tin Deposits and the Early Bronze Age Industries of the Aegean Region,” OJA 6(1987) 287-300.

G. Nakou, “The Cutting Edge: A New Look at Early Aegean Metallurgy,” JMA 8:2(1995) 1-32.

G. Nakou, “The Role of Poliochni and the North Aegean in the Development of Aegean Metallurgy,” in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 634-648.

G. Nakou, “Absent Presences: Metal Vessels in the Aegean at the End of the Third Millennium,” in P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan (eds.), Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007) 224-244.

C. Reinholdt, “Der Thyreatis-Hortfund in Berlin: Untersuchungen zum vormykenischen Edelmetallschmuck in Griechenland,” JdI 108 (1993) 1-41.

C. Renfrew, “Cycladic Metallurgy and the Aegean Early Bronze Age,” AJA 71(1967) 1-20.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Metallurgy,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 52-57.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Cycladic Copper Metallurgy,” in A. Hauptman, E. Pernicka, and G. A. Wagner (eds.), Old World Archaeometallurgy [Die Anschnitt, Beiheft 7] (Bochum 1989) 279-292.

S. Stos-Gale, “The Role of Kythnos and Other Cycladic Islands in the Origins of Early Minoan Metallurgy,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. J. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Athens 1998) 717-735.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, N. H. Gale, and G. R. Gilmore, “Early Bronze Age Trojan Metal Sources and Anatolians in the Cyclades,” OJA 3:3(1984) 23-43.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, N. H. Gale, and A. Papastamataki, “An Early Bronze Age Copper Smelting Site on the Aegean Island of Kythnos, Part I: Scientific Evidence,” in J. E. Jones (ed.), Aspects of Ancient Mining and Metallurgy (Bangor 1988) 23-30.

G. A. Wagner and G. Weisgerber, Silber, Blei und Gold auf Sifnos: Prähistorische und antike Metallproduktion [Der Anschnitt, Beiheft 3] (Bochum 1985).

J. M. Webb, D. Frankel, Z. A. Stos, and N. Gale, “Early Bronze Age Metal Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean. New Compositional and Lead Isotope Evidence from Cyprus,” OJA 25(2006) 261-288.

Lithics, Weights, Furniture, and Bone

T. Carter, Through a Glass Darkly: Obsidian and Society in the Southern Aegean Early Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, University of London 1999).

T. Carter, “Problematizing the Analysis of Obsidian in the Aegean and Surrounding Worlds,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 75-81.

T. Carter, “The Theatrics of Technology: Consuming Obsidian in the Early Cycladic

Burial Arena,” in R. Flad and Z. Hruby (eds.), Rethinking Craft Specialization in Complex Societies: Analyses of the Social Meaning of Production [Archaeological Papers of the American Anthropological Association 17] (Arlington 2007)] 88-107.

T. Carter, “The Consumption of Obsidian in the Early Bronze Age Cyclades,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 225-235.

T. Carter, “L’obsidienne égéenne: caractérisation, utilization et culture”, in M.-H. Moncel and F. Fröhlich (eds.), L’Homme et le Précieux. Matières Minérales Précieuses de la Préhistoire à Aujourd’hui [BAR-IS 1934] (Oxford 2009) 199-212.

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.

B. Jahn, Bronzezeitliches Sitzmobiliar der griechischen Inseln und des griechischen Festlandes [Europäische Hochschulschriften, Reihe XXXVIII: Archäologie, Bd. 31] (Frankfurt am Main 1990).

M. Korfmann, “The Sling as a Weapon,” Scientific American 229(1973) 34-42.

A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, “E lithotechnia tes Poliochnes kai e these tes pros tis ergaleiotechnies tou apokousmenou lithou tes Proïmes Epoches tou Chalkou,” in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 168-194.

A. Moundrea-Agrafioti, “Obsidian Beyond Technology? The ‘Cenotaphic’ Use of Obsidian in the Pillar Shaft 17 Area of Akrotiri, Thera,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 177-182.

L. Rahmstorf, “The Identification of Early Helladic Weights and Their Wider Implications,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 293-299.

P. Shelford, F. Hodson, M. E. Cosgrove, S. E. Warren, and C. Renfrew, “The Obsidian Trade: The Sources and Characterization of Melian Obsidian,” in C. Renfrew and J. M. Wagstaff (eds.), An Island Polity: the Archaeology of Exploitation in Melos (Cambridge 1982) 182-193.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Obsidian in the Early Cycladic Period,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 58-62.

R. Torrence, “A Technological Approach to Cycladic Blade Industries,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 66-86.

R. Torrence, “The Obsidian Quarries and Their Use,” in C. Renfrew and J. M. Wagstaff (eds.), An Island Polity: the Archaeology of Exploitation in Melos (Cambridge 1982) 193-221.

R. Torrence, Production and Exchange of Stone Tools: Prehistoric Obsidian in the Aegean (Cambridge 1986).

N. Vutiropoulos, “The Sling in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 65(1991) 279-286.

A. Zarzeki-Peleg, “Decorated Bones of the Third Millennium B.C.E. from Palestine and Syria: Stylistic Emphasis,” IEJ 43(1993) 16-21.

Seals and Sealings

K. Zachos and A. Dousougli, “Observations on the Early Bronze Age Sealings from the Cave of Zas on Naxos,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 85-95.

Economy and Environment

I. Berg, “Recapturing the Sea: The Past and Future of ‘Island Archaeology’ in Greece,” Shima 4(2010) 16-26.

M. A. Fillios, Measuring Complexity in Early Bronze Age Greece: The Pig as a Proxy Indicator of Socio-economic Structures [BAR-IS 1722] (Oxford 2007).

C. Gamble, “Surplus and Self-Sufficiency in the Cycladic Subsistence Economy,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 122-134.

G. B. Koutsouflakis, “Longboats and Tuna Fishing in Early Cycladic Period: A Suggestion,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VI: 6th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Lamia 1996 (Athens 2001) 357-372.

S. Manning, “Cultural Change in the Aegean c. 2200 B.C.,” in H. Nüzhet Dalfes, G. Kukla, and H. Weiss (eds.), Third Millennium B.C. Climate Change and Old World Collapse (Berlin 1997) 149-171.

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

P. Rainbird, “Islands Out of Time: Towards a Critique of Island Archaeology,” JMA 12(1999) 216-234.

C. Runnels and J. Hansen, “The Olive in the Prehistoric Aegean: the Evidence for Domestication in the Early Bronze Age,” OJA 5(1986) 299-308.

J. Terrell, “Comment on Paul Rainbird, ‘Islands Out of Time: Towards a Critique of Island Archaeology’,” JMA 12(1999) 240-245.

 

Religion

J. Déchelette, “Le culte du soleil aux temps préhistoriques,” RA 13(1909) 305-357.

L. Goodison, Death, Women and the Sun: Symbolism of Regeneration in Aegean Religion (London 1989).

L. Goodison, “Horizon and Body: Some Aspects of Cycladic Symbolism,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 417-431.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Religion and Burial Habits,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 86-99.

J. Thimme, “Die religiöse Bedeutung der Kykladenidole,” Antike Kunst 8(1965) .

 

Trade and External Contacts

C. Agourides, Maritime Trade in Early Bronze Age Aegean (MSt thesis, Oxford University 1995).

C. Agourides, “Sea Routes and Navigation in the Third Millennium Aegean,” OJA 16(1997) 1-24.

E. Alram-Stern, “Kreta und die Kykladen: Zu den Aussenbeziehungen Kretas während Frühminoisch IB und II,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 31-40.

P. P. Betancourt, “The Impact of Cycladic Settlers on Early Minoan Crete,” Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 3(2003) 3-12.

P. P. Betancourt, “The Cemetery at Haghia Photia, Crete,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 237-240.

C. Broodbank, “The Longboat and Society in the Cyclades during the Keros-Syros Culture,” AJA 93(1989) 319-337.

C. Broodbank, “Ulysses without Sails: Trade, Distance, Knowledge and Power in the Early Cyclades,” WA 24:3(1993) 315-331.

P. G. Calligas, “Euboea and the Cyclades,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Cycladica (London 1984) 88-98.

T. Carter, “Reverberation of the International Spirit: Thoughts upon ‘Cycladica’ in the Mesara,” in K. Branigan (ed.), Cemetery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 1] (Sheffield 1998) 59-77.

D. Catapoti, “Further Thoughts on the International Spirit: Maritime Politics and Consuming Bodies in the Early Cyclades,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 71-90.

M. B. Cosmopoulos, “Exchange Networks in Prehistory: The Aegean and the Mediterranean in the Third Millennium B.C.,” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA: L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège/Austin 1991) 155-168.

A. Devetze, “E parousia ton lithinon angeion os endeixe ton scheseon ton nesion tou voreiou Aigaiou me ton ypoloipo aigaiako choro,”  in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 556-568.

C. Doumas, “Proïstorikoi Kykladites sten Krete,” AAA 9 (1976) 69-80.

C. Doumas, “Proïstorikoi Kykladites sten Krete,” AAA 12 (1979) 105-109.

C. Doumas, “Crete and the Cyclades in the Early Bronze Age: A View from the North,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 101-106.

O. Erkurt, “Experimental Archaeology: Project for the Re-animation of Cycladic Boats,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 178-183.

H. Genz, Ritzverzierte Knochenhülsen des dritten Jahrtausends im Ostmittelmeerraum (Wiesbaden 2003).

H. Georgiou, “The Role of Maritime Contacts in the Urban Development of the Prehistoric Cyclades,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Paris 1998) 211-216.

P. F. Johnston, Ship and Boat Models in Ancient Greece (Annapolis 1985).

E. Karantzali, “The Transition from EB I to EB II in the Cyclades and Crete: Historical and Cultural Repercussions for Aegean Communities,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 241-260.

L. Keskin, “Ring Idols of Bakla Tepe: The Distribution of This Type in Anatolia with Particular Reference to the Aegean and the Balkans,” in O. Menozzi, M. L. Di Marcio, and D. Fossataro (eds.), SOMA 2005. Proceedings of the IXth Symposium on Mediterranean [BAR-IS 1739] (Oxford 2008) 87-95.

C. Knappett, T. Evans, and R. Rivers, “Modelling Maritime Interaction in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 82(2008) 1009-1024.

O. Kouka, “Diaspora, Presence or Interaction? The Cyclades and the Greek Mainland from the Final Neolithic to Early Bronze II,” in in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 271-279.

G. B. Koutsouflakis, “Longboats and Tuna Fishing in Early Cycladic Period: A Suggestion,” in H. Tzalas (ed.), Tropis VI: 6th International Symposium on Ship Construction in Antiquity, Lamia 1996 (Athens 2001) 357-372.

J. Maran, Kulturwandel auf dem griechischen Festland und den Kykladen im späten 3. Jt. v. Chr.: Studien zu den kulturellen Verhältnissen in Südosteuropa und dem zentralen sowie östlichen Mittelmeerraum in der späten Kupfer- und frühen Bronzezeit (Bonn 1998).

J. Maran, “Seaborne Contacts between the Aegean, the Balkans and the Central Mediterranean in the 3rd Millennium B.C.: The Unfolding of the Mediterranean World,” 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) 3-21.

M. Marthari, “Apo ton Skarko sten Poliochne: Paratereseis gia ten koinoniko-oikonomike anaptyxe ton oikismon tes Proïmes Epoches tou Chalkou stis Kyklades kai ta nesia tou voreioanatolikou Aigaiou,”  in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 362-382.

V. McGeehan Liritzis, “Seafaring, Craft and Cultural Contact in the Aegean during the 3rd Millennium B.C.,” IJNA 17(1988) 237-256.

Y. Papadatos, “Beyond Cultures and Ethnicity: A New Look at Material Culture Distribution and Inter-regional Interaction in the Early Bronze Age Southern Aegean,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 419-451.

R. Peroni, “‘Kulturwandel’ e formazioni economico-sociali. Osservazioni a proposito della monografia di Joseph Maran,” SMEA 40:2 (1998) 155-165.

E. C. Pieler, “Import or Imitation. Cycladic Idols on the Greek Mainland,” in A. Brysbaert, N. de Bruijn, E. Gibson, A. Michael, and M. Monaghan (eds.), SOMA 2002: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology [BAR-IS 1142] (Oxford 2003) 99-104.

E. C. Pieler, “Kykladische und ‘kykladisierende’ Idole auf Kreta und im helladischen Raum in der Frühbronzezeit – eine Klassifizierung,” SMEA 46(2004) 79-119.

D. J. Pullen, “Connecting the Early Bronze I and II Periods in the 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) 447-460.

L. Rahmstorf, “Zur Ausbreitung vorderasiatische Innovationen in die frühbronzezeitliche Ägäis,” PZ 81(2006) 49-96.

L. Rahmstorf, “In Search of the Earliest Balance Weights, Scales and Weighing Systems from the East Mediterranean, the Near and Middle East,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel (eds.), Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 9-45.

L. Rahmstorf, “The Bell Beaker Phenomenon and the Interaction Spheres of the EBA East Mediterranean: Similarities and Differences,” in A. Lehoërff (ed.), Construire le temps. Histoire et méthodes des chronologies et calendriers des derniers millénaires avant notre ère en Europe occidentale (Glux-en-Glenne 2008) 149-170.

L. Rahmstorf, “Die Funktion von Booten und Schiffe in der bronzezeitlichen Ägäis und die Fernkontakte der Frühbronzezeit,” in F. Bertemes and H. Meller (eds.), Der Griff nach den Sternen. Wie Europas Eliten zu Macht und Reichtum kamen (Halle 2010)         .

L. Rahmstorf, “Indications for Aegean-Caucasian Relations in the Third Millennium BC,” in S. Hansen, A. Hauptmann, I. Mötzenbäcker, and E. Pernicka (eds.), Von Majkop bis Trialeti – Gewinnung und Verbreitung von Metallen und Obsidian in Kaukasien im 4.-2. Jts. v. Chr. (Berlin, forthcoming).

C. Renfrew, “Crete and the Cyclades before Rhadamanthus,” Kretika Chronika 18(1964) 107-141.

C. Renfrew, “Contrasting Trajectories: Crete and the Cyclades during the Early Bronze Age,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 285-292.

V. Sahoglu, “Interregional Contacts around the Aegean during the Early Bronze Age: New Evidence from the Izmir Region,” Anadolu/Anatolia 27[2004] (2005) 97-120.

V. Sahoglu, “The Anatolian Trade Network and the Izmir Region during the Early Bronze Age,” OJA 24(2005) 339-361.

V. Sahoglou, “New Evidence for the Relations between the Izmir Region, the Cyclades and the Greek Mainland during the Third Millennium B.C.,” in H. Erkanal, H. Hauptmann, V. Sahoglou, and R. Tuncel (eds.), The Aegean in the Neolithic, Chalcolithic and the Early Bronze Age (Ankara 2008) 483-502.

V. Sahoglou, “Trade and Interconnections between Anatolia and the Cyclades during the 3rd Millennium BC,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 172-177.

V. Sahoglou, “Anatolia Meets the Aegean: The Chronology and Definition of the Early Bronze Age II (Late) – Early Bronze Age III Sequence at Liman Tepe and Bakla Tepe, Izmir,” in C. Doumas, A. Giannikouri, and O. Kouka (eds.), The Aegean Early Bronze Age: New Evidence (Athens, forthcoming).

J. Sakellarakis, “Ta kykladika stoicheia ton Archanon,” AAA 10(1977) 93-115.

A. Sampson, “Early Helladic Contacts with the Cyclades during the EBA 2,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Annales d’archólogie égéenne de l’Université de Liège 2 [Aegaeum 2] (Liège 1988) 5-10.

P. I. Soterakopoulou, “Kyklades kai voreio Aigaio: oi scheseis tous kata to deftero emisy tes 3es chilioetias p. Ch.,” in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 522-542.

P. Sotirakopoulou, “The Cyclades, the East Aegean Islands and the Western Asia Minor: Their Relations in the Aegean Late Neolithic and 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) 533-558.

N. C. Stampolidis and P. Sotirakopoulou, “Early Cycladic Period: Trade and Interconnections,” in V. Sahoglou and P. Sotirakopoulou (eds.), Across the Cyclades and Western Anatolia during the 3rd Millennium BC (Istanbul 2011) 100-109.

S. R. Stocker and J. L. Davis, “The Cyclades and Pylos: An Early Bronze Age Stone Pyxis from Ali Chodza,” in W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2011) 274-281.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Trade in Metals in the Bronze Age Mediterranean: An Overview of Lead Isotope Data for Provenance Studies,” in C. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round: Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 56-69.

S. Stos-Gale, “The Role of Kythnos and Other Cycladic Islands in the Origins of Early Minoan Metallurgy,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. J. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Athens 1998) 717-735.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, N. H. Gale, and G. R. Gilmore, “Early Bronze Age Trojan Metal Sources and Anatolians in the Cyclades,” OJA 3:3(1984) 23-43.

P. M. Warren, “Early Minoan – Early Cycladic Chronological Correlations,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 55-62.

J. M. Webb, D. Frankel, Z. A. Stos, and N. Gale, “Early Bronze Age Metal Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean. New Compositional and Lead Isotope Evidence from Cyprus,” OJA 25(2006) 261-288.

D. Wengrow, “The Voyages of Europa: Ritual and Trade in the Eastern Mediterranean circa 2300-1850 BC,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Archaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 141-160.

D. E. Wilson, “Kea and East Attike in Early Bronze II: Beyond Pottery Typology,” in J. M. Fossey (ed.), Syneisphora McGill: Papers in Greek Archaeology and History in Memory of Colin D. Gordon (Amsterdam 1987) 35-49.

D. E. Wilson, P. M. Day, and N. Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki, “The Gateway Port of Poros-Katsambas: Trade and Exchange between North-central Crete and the Cyclades in EB I-II,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 261-270.

The Early Bronze Age on Islands of the North-central and Northwestern Aegean

E. Chatzipouliou, “Exeidikevmenes drasteriotetes sto Palamari tes Skyrou sto telos tes trites chilioetias,” in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 357-361.

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

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.

L. Parlama, E Skyros sten epoche tou Chalkou (Athens 1984).

L. Parlama, “Neotera stoicheia apo ten anaskaphe tou proïstorikou oikismou sto Palamari tes Skyrou,” Idryma Nikolaou M. Goulandre: Mouseio Kykladikes Technes: Dialexeis 1986-1989 (Athens 1990) 125-134.

L. Parlama, “To telos tes proïmes chalkokratias sto Palamari tes Skyrou: Scheseis kai problemata chronologeseos,” AD 42A (1987) [1994] 1-7.

M. D. Theochari and L. Parlama, “Palamari, an Early Bronze Age Settlement at Skyros,” in R. Hägg and D. Konsola (eds.), Early Helladic Architecture and Urbanization (Göteborg 1986) 51-55.

M. D. Theochari and L. Parlama, “Palamari Skyrou: e ochyromene pole tes Proïmes Chalkokratias,”  in C. G. Doumas and V. La Rosa (eds.), E Poliochne kai e Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou sto Boreio Aigaio (Athens 1997) 344-356.

 

The Early Bronze Age on Islands of the Southeastern Aegean

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