Lesson 5: Bibliography

The Early Minoan Period: The Settlements

[Updated December 2011]

  1. Colloquia, Symposia and Festschrifts
  2. General
  3. Excavation and Surface Survey Reports
  4. Chronology
  5. Architecture
  6. Art: Exhibition Catalogues
  7. Pottery
  8. Metalwork
  9. Seals and Sealings
  10. Figurines and Architectural Models
  11. Stone Vases
  12. Textiles
  13. Religion
  14. Economy and Natural Environment
  15. Trade and External Contacts

 

Colloquia, Symposia, and Festschrifts

 

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

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).

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).

A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999).

A. L. D’Agata and A. Van de Moortel (eds.), Archaeologies of Cult : Essays on Ritual and Cult in Crete in Honor of Geraldine C. Gesell [Hesperia Supplement 42] (Princeton 2009).

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

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

Y. Hamilakis (ed.), Labyrinth Revisited: Rethinking Minoan Archaeology (Oxford 2002).

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999).

M. Andreadaki-Vlazaki, G. Rethemiotakis, and N. Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki (eds.), From the Land of the Labyrinth, 3000-1100 B.C.: Essays (New York 2008).

Antichità Cretesi: Studi in onore di Doro Levi I (Catania 1973), II (Rome 1977).

 

General

K. Branigan, The Foundations of Palatial Crete (London 1970).

K. Branigan, Pre-Palatial: The Foundations of Palatial Crete: A Survey of Crete in the Early Bronze Age (Amsterdam 1988).

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.

K. Branigan, “Foundations in the Dust? Craft and Technology in EM II Crete,” Cretan Studies 7(2002) 33-44.

K. Branigan, “The Late Prepalatial Resurrected,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 25-32.

G. Cadogan, “Why Was Crete Different,” in G. Cadogan (ed.), The End of the Early Bronze Age in the Aegean (Leiden 1986) 153-171.

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

M. B. Cosmopoulos, “Social and Political Organization in the Early Bronze 2 Aegean,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) I: 23-32.

P. M. Day, M. Relaki, and S. Todaro, “Living from Pots? Ceramic Perspectives on the Economies of Prepalatial Crete,” in D. J. Pullen (ed.), Political Economies of the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2010) 205-230.

P. M. Day and D. E. Wilson, “Landscapes of Memory, Craft and Power in Prepalatial and Protopalatial Knossos,” in Y. Hamilakis (ed.), Labyrinth Revisited (Oxford 2002) 143-166.

S. Hood, “Autochthons or Settlers? Evidence for Immigration at the Beginning of the Early Bronze Age in Crete,” Pepragmena tou ST’ Diethnous Kretolologikou Synedriou A’:1 (Chania 1990) 367-375.

S. Hood, “Settlers in Crete c.3000 B.C.,” Cretan Studies 2(1990) 151-158.

E. Karantzali, Le Bronze Ancien dans les Cyclades et en Crète [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.

B. Legarra Herrero, “The Minoan Fallacy: Cultural Diversity and Mortuary Behavior on Crete at the Beginning of the Bronze Age,” OJA 28(2009) 29-57.

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.

J. W. Myers, E. E. Myers, and G. Cadogan, The Aerial Atlas of Ancient Crete (Berkeley 1992).

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>.

K. Nowicki, “Final Neolithic Refugees or Early Bronze Age Newcomers? The Problem of Defensible Sites in Crete in the Late Fourth Millennium B.C.,” in 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) 575-581.

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.

M. Relaki, Social Arenas in Minoan Crete: A Regional History of the Mesara from the Final Neolithic to the End of the Protopalatial Period  (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Sheffield 2003).

M. Relaki, “Constructing a Region: The Contested Landscapes of Prepalatial Mesara,” in J. C. Barrett and P. Halstead (eds.), The Emergence of Civilisation Revisited [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 6] (Oxford 2004) 170-188.

K. Sbonias, “Diakoinotikes scheseis kai symbolike ekphrase sten Proanaktorike Krete,” in I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999) 1-18.

A. Vasilakis, “Myrtos Fournou Korifi and Trypiti Adami Korfali: Similarities and Differences in Two Prepalatial Settlements in Southern Crete,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 353-358.

G. Walberg, “Establishing the Level and Complexity of Early Cretan Society,” Opuscula Atheniensia 20(1994) 241-243.

P. Warren, “The Origins of the Minoans,” BICS 16(1969) 156-157.

P. Warren, “Crete, 3000-1400 B.C.: Immigration and the Archaeological Evidence,” in R. A. Crossland and A. Birchall (eds.), Bronze Age Migrations in the Aegean (London 1973) 41-47.

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

L. V. Watrous, ” Crete from Earliest Prehistory through the Protopalatial Period” and “Addendum: 1994-1999,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 157-215 and 216-223.

D. Wilson, “Early Prepalatial Crete,” in C. W. Shelmerdine (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Aegean Bronze Age (Cambridge 2008) 77-104.

A. Zoïs, “Gibt es Vorläufer der minoischen Paläste auf Kreta? Ergebnisse neueren Untersuchungen,” in D. Papenfuss and V. Strocka (eds.), Paläste und Hütte (Mainz 1982) 207-215.

 

Excavation and Surface Survey Reports

M. Andreadaki-Vlasaki, “Proïstorikos oikismos sta Nopigeia Kissamou – apospasmatike anaskaphike erevna,” Kretike Estia 5(1996) 11-45.

V. Batten, “EM – MM Settlements in the Area of Keratokampos and Chondros, Southern Crete,” Aegean Archaeology 2 (1995) 7-28.

M. R. Belgiorno, P. Belli, E. Scafa, L.-M. Sportiello, ad L. Vagnetti, “Spunti per lo studio della regione di Kissamos nell’Eta del Bronzo,” SMEA 25(1984) 65-89.

M. Benzi, “Il periodo prepalaziale a Festòs: una ricognizione preliminare,” in I Cento Anni dello Scavo di Festòs [Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei: Atti dei Convegni Lincei 173] (Rome 2001) 121-155.

P. P. Betancourt, “What Is Minoan? FN/EM I in the Gulf of Mirabello Region,” in 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) 33-39.

P. P. Betancourt et al., “Research and Excavation at Chrysokamino, Crete, 1995-1998,” Hesperia 68 (1999) 343-370.

P. P. Betancourt, The Chrysokamino Metallurgy Workshop and its Territory [Hesperia Supplement 36] (Princeton 2006).

D. J. Blackman and K. Branigan, “An Archaeological Survey on the South Coast of Crete, between Ayiofarango and Chrisostomos,” BSA 70(1975) 17-36.

D.J. Blackman and K. Branigan, “An Archaeological Survey of the Lower Catchment of the Ayiofarango Valley,” BSA 72(1977) 13-84.

H. A. Boyd Hawes, B. E. Williams, R. B. Seager, and E. H. Hall, Gournia, Vasilike, and Other Prehistoric Sites on the Isthmus of Hierapetra, Crete: Excavations of the Wells-Houston-Cramp Expeditions 1901, 1903, 1904 (Philadelphia 1908).

A. J. Evans, The Palace of Minos I (London 1921).

J. D. Evans, “The Early Minoan Occupation of Knossos: A Note on Some New Evidence,” AS 22 (1972) 115-128.

A. Guest-Papamanoli and A. Lambraki, “Les grottes de Lera et de l’Arkoudia en Crète occidentale aux époques préhistoriques,” AD 31A(1976) 178-293.

D. C. Haggis, “The Early Minoan Burial Cave at Ayios Antonios and Some Problems in Early Bronze Age Chronology,” SMEA 31(1993) 7-34.

D. C. Haggis, “Excavations at Kalo Chorio, East Crete,” AJA 100(1996) 645-681.

D. C. Haggis, “Archaeological Survey at Kavousi, East Crete: Preliminary Report,” Hesperia 65 (1996) 373-432.

D. C. Haggis, “Integration and Complexity in the Late Pre-Palatial Period. A View from the Countryside in Eastern Crete,” in Y. Hamilakis (ed.), Labyrinth Revisited: Rethinking Minoan Archaeology (Oxford 2002) 120-142.

D. C. Haggis, Kavousi I: The Archaeological Survey of the Kavousi Region (Philadelphia 2005).

B. J. Hayden, “Final Neolithic – Early Minoan I/IIA Settlement in the Vrokastro Area, Eastern Crete,” AJA 107 (2003) 363-412.

B. J. Hayden, Reports on the Vrokastro Area, Eastern Crete 1: Catalogue of Pottery from the Bronze and Early Iron Age Settlement of Vrokastro in the Collections of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology and the Archaeological Museum, Herakleion, Crete [University Museum Monograph 113] (Philadelphia 2003).

B. J. Hayden, Reports on the Vrokastro Area, Eastern Crete 2: The Settlement History of the Vrokastro Area and Related Studies [University Museum Monograph 119] (Philadelphia 2004).

B. J. Hayden, Reports on the Vrokastro Area, Eastern Crete 3: The Vrokastro Regional Survey Project, Sites and Pottery [University Museum Monograph 123] (Philadelphia 2005).

M. S. F. Hood and G. Cadogan, Early Minoan Excavations at Knossos 1957-61 [BSA Supplementary Volume 46] (London 2011).

M. S. F. Hood, “Stratigraphic Excavations at Knossos, 1957-61,” Kretika Chronika 15-16 (1961-62) 92-98.

E. Karantzali, “Stoicheia protominoïkes katoikeses sta Nopegeia Kisamou,” AD 47-48A (1992-93) 65-82.

C. Laviosa, “L’abitato prepalaziale di Aghia Triadha,” Annuario (1972-73) 503-513.

D. Levi, Festòs e la civilta minoica (Rome 1976).

N. Momigliano, and D. E. Wilson, “Knossos 1993: Excavations Outside the South Front of the Palace,” BSA 91(1996) 1-57.

J. Moody, “Western Crete in the Bronze Age: A Survey of the Evidence,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 247-264.

K. Nowicki, “Myrtos Fournou Korifi: Before and After,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 223-238.

Scuola archeologica italiana di Atene, Creta Antica: Cento Anni di Archeologia Italiana (1884-1984) (Rome 1984).

R. B. Seager, “Excavations at Vasilike, 1904,” University of Pennsylvania. Transactions of the Department of Archaeology, Free Museum of Science and Art 1(1904) 207-220.

R. B. Seager, “Report of Excavations at Vasilike, Crete, in 1906,” University of Pennsylvania.Transactions of the Department of Archaeology, Free Museum of Science and Art 2 (1906-07) 111-132.

J. Soles, “The Early Gournia Town,” AJA 83 (1979) 149-167.

C. Tenwolde, “Myrtos Revisited. The Role of Relative Functional Ceramic Typologies in Bronze Age Settlement Analysis,” OJA 11(1992) 1-24.

S. Todaro, “Haghia Triada nel periodo Antico Minoico,” Creta Antica 4(2004) 73-96.

A. Vasilakis, “O protominoïkos oikismos Trypitis,” Archaiologia 30(1989) 52-56.

A. Vasilakis, “Proïstorikes theseis ste Mone Odegetria – Kalous Limenes,” Kretike Estia [4th series] 3(1989-90) 11-79.

A. Vasilakis, “Trypiti 1986-1991: Zetemata tou proanaktorikou minoïkou politismou ste notia kentrike Krete kai e anaskaphe tou oikismou Trypitis,” in Pepragmena tou Z’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Rethymno 1995) A1: 69-80.

P. Warren, Myrtos (London 1972).

P. Warren and J. Tzedhakis, “Debla, an Early Minoan Settlement in Western Crete,” BSA 69(1974) 299-342.

L. V. Watrous and D. Hadzi-Vallianou, “Initial Growth in Social Complexity (Late Neolithic – Early Minoan I),” in L. V. Watrous, D. Hadzi-Vallianou, and H. Blitzer, The Plain of Phaistos: Cycles of Social Complexity in the Mesara Region of Crete [Monumenta Archaeologica 23] (Los Angeles 2004) 221-231.

L. V. Watrous and D. Hadzi-Vallianou, “Emergence of a Ranked Society (Early Minoan II-III),” in L. V. Watrous, D. Hadzi-Vallianou, and H. Blitzer, The Plain of Phaistos: Cycles of Social Complexity in the Mesara Region of Crete [Monumenta Archaeologica 23] (Los Angeles 2004) 233-252.

T. M. Whitelaw, Community Structure and Social Organization at Fournou Korifi, Myrtos (M.A. thesis, University of Southampton 1979).

T. M. Whitelaw, “The Settlement at Fournou Korifi Myrtos and Aspects of Early Minoan Social Organization,” in O. Krzyszkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 323-345.

T. M. Whitelaw, “House, Households and Community at Early Minoan Fournou Korifi: Methods and Models for Interpretation,” in R. Westgate, N. Fisher, and J. Whitley (eds.), Building Communities: House, Settlement and Society in the Aegean and Beyond (London 2007) 65-76.

D. E. Wilson, The Early Minoan IIA West Court House at Knossos (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Cincinnati 1984).

D. E. Wilson, “The Pottery and Architecture of the EM IIA West Court House at Knossos,” BSA 80(1985) 281-364.

D. E. Wilson, “Knossos before the Palaces: An Overview of the Early Bronze Age (EM I – EM III),” in D. Evely, H. Hughes-Brock, and N. Momigliano (eds.), Knossos: A Labyrinth of History (Oxford 1994) 23-44.

A. Zoïs, Vasilike I (Athens 1976).

A. Zoïs, “Anaskaphe Vasilikes Ierapetras,” PAE (1990) 315-341.

A. Zoïs, E Proïme Epoche tou Chalkou I-VII (Athens 1997).

 

Chronology [see also below under "Pottery"]

G. Cadogan, “Early Minoan and Middle Minoan Chronology,” AJA 87(1983) 507-518.

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

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

P. Warren, “The First Minoan Stone Vases and Early Minoan Chronology,” Kretika Chronika 19(1965) 7-43.

P. Warren, “Radiocarbon Dating and Calibration and the Absolute Chronology of Late Neolithic and Early Minoan Crete,” SMEA 17(1976) 205-219.

P. Warren, “Problems of Chronology in Crete and the Aegean in the Third and Earlier Second Millennium B.C.,” AJA 84(1980) 487-499.

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

 

Architecture

S. Alexiou, “Proanaktorikes akropoleis tes Kretes,” Pepragmena tou D’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou I (Athens 1981) 9-22.

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.

J. Driessen, “IIb or Not IIb: On the Beginnings of Minoan Monument Building,” in J. Bretschneider, J. Driessen, and K. van Lerberghe (eds.), Power and Architecture: Monumental Public Architecture in the Bronze Age Near East and Aegean (Leuven 2007) 73-92.

V. La Rosa, “A New Early Minoan Clay Model from Phaistos,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 189-194.

J. C. McEnroe, Architecture of Minoan Crete: Constructing Identity in the Aegean Bronze Age (Austin 2010) 19-43.

O. Pelon, “Un depot de fondation au palais de Malia,” BCH 110(1986) 3-19.

O. Pelon, “Travaux de l’École française en Grèce en 1988: Malia – Le Palais,” BCH 113(1989) 771-786.

O. Pelon and M. Hue, “La salle à piliers du Palais de Malia et ses antécédents,” BCH 116(1992) 1-36.

O. Pelon, “La salle à piliers du Palais de Malia et ses antécédents: recherches complémentaires,” BCH 117(1993) 523-546.

O. Pelon, “Travaux de l’École française à Athènes. Malia. Le Palais,” BCH 123(1999) 468-481.

D. Sanders, “Behavioral Conventions and Archaeology: Methods for the Analysis of Ancient Architecture,” in S. Kent (ed.), Domestic Architecture and the Use of Space (Cambridge 1990) 43-72.

T. F. Strasser, “Bothroi in the Aegean Early Bronze Age,” in 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)  813-817.

S. Todaro, “Il deposito AM I del piazzale dei Sacelli di Haghia Triada: I modellini architettonici,” Annuario 81(2003) [2005] 547-572.

E. Yiannouli, “PM kai MM apsidota kai petaloschema ktiria kai pithane tous semasia,” Pepragmena tou Z’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Rethymno 1995) A1: 125-147.

A. Zoïs, “Gibt es Vorläufer der minoischen Paläste auf Kreta? Ergebnisse neueren Untersuchungen,” in D. Papenfuss and V. Strocka (eds.), Paläste und Hütte (Mainz 1982) 207-215.

 

Art: Exhibition Catalogues

L. Marangou (ed.), Minoan and Greek Civilization from the Mitsotakis Collection (Athens 1992).

Pottery

S. Andreou, Pottery Groups of the Old Palace Period in Crete (Ph.D. thesis, University of Cincinnati 1978).

M. Benzi, “Il periodo prepalaziale a Festòs: una ricognizione preliminare,” in I cento anni dello scavo di Festòs [Atti dei Convegni Lincei 173] (Rome 2001) 121-155.

P. P. Betancourt, The History of Minoan Pottery (Princeton 1985) 16-63.

P. P. Betancourt, The Bronze Age Begins: The Ceramics Revolution of Early Minoan I and the New Forms of Wealth that Transformed Prehistoric Society (Philadelphia 2008).

P. P. Betancourt, T. K. Gaisser, E. Koss, R. F. Lyon, F. R. Matson, S. Montgomery, G. H. Myer, and C. P. Swann, Vasilike Ware. An Early Bronze Age Pottery Style in Crete (Göteborg 1979).

P. P. Betancourt (ed.), East Cretan White-on-Dark Ware: Studies on a Handmade Pottery of the Early to Middle Minoan Periods (Philadelphia 1984).

P. P. Betancourt, “Interpreting Ceramic Petrography: The Special Product Model, a New Model for Pottery Distribution in the Early Minoan Period,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 117-121.

P. P. Betancourt, “The EM I Pithoi from Aphrodite’s Kephali,” O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 1-10.

K. Branigan, Y. Papadatos, and D. Wynn, “Fingerprints on Early Minoan Pottery: A Pilot Study,” BSA 97(2002) 49-53.

G. Cadogan, P. Day, C. Macdonald, J. MacGillivray, N. Momigliano, T. Whitelaw, and D. Wilson, “Early Minoan and Middle Minoan Pottery Groups at Knossos,” BSA 88(1993) 21-28.

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.

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.

P. M. Day, E. Kiriatzi, A. Tsolakidou, and V. Kilikoglou, “Group Therapy in Crete: a Comparison between Analyses by NAA and Thin Section Petrography of Early Minoan Pottery,” JAS 26 (1999) 1025-1036.

P. M. Day, M. Relaki, and E. W. Faber, “Pottery Making and Social Reproduction in the Bronze Age Mesara,” in M. H. Wiener, J. L. Warner, J. Polonsky, and E. E. Hayes (eds.), Pottery and Society: The Impact of Recent Studies in Minoan Pottery [Gold Medal Colloquium in Honor of Philip P. Betancourt] (Boston 2006) 22-72.

P. M. Day and D. E. Wilson, “Landscapes of Memory, Craft and Power in Pre-Palatial and Proto-Palatial Knossos,” in Y. Hamilakis (ed.), Labyrinth Revisited: Rethinking Minoan Archaeology (Oxford 2002) 143-166.

P. Day and D. Wilson, “Ceramic Change and the Practice of Eating and Drinking in Early Bronze Age Crete,” in P. Halstead and J. C. Barrett (eds.), Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 5] (Oxford 2004) 45-62.

P. M. Day, D. E. Wilson, and E. Kiriatzi, “Reassessing Specialization in Prepalatial Cretan Ceramic Production,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 275- 289.

S. Ferrence, C. P. Swann, and P. P. Betancourt, “PIXE Analysis of White Pigments on Pottery from Five Bronze Age Minoan Archaeological Sites,” Aegean Archaeology 5(2001) 47-54.

D. C. Haggis, “The Typology of the Early Minoan I Chalice and the Cultural Implications of Form and Style in Early Bronze Age Ceramics,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 291-299.

D. C. Haggis and M. S. Mook, “The Kavousi Coarse Wares: A Bronze Age Chronology for Survey in the Mirabello Area, East Crete,” AJA 97 (1993) 265-293.

D. Levi, “La varietà della primitiva ceramica cretese,” Studi in onore di Luisa Banti (Rome 1965) 228-238.

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).

N. Momigliano, “Knossos 1902, 1905: The Prepalatial and Protopalatial deposits from the Room of the Jars in the Royal Pottery Stores,” BSA 95(2000) 65-105

N. Momigliano, “Late Prepalatial (EM III – MM IA): South Front House Foundation Trench, Upper East Well and House C/RRS Fill Groups,” in N. Momigliano (ed.), Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) [BSA Studies 14] (London 2007) 79-103.

C. E. Mortzos, “Partira: mia proïmos minoïke kerameike omas,” Epeteris Epistemonikon Erevnon 3(1972) 386-421.

?. Mytilinaiou, “Proanaktorike kerameike apo te thesi Psathi Kydonias,” Kretike Estia 6(1998) 195-236.

E. Nodarou, Pottery Production, Distribution and Consumption in Early Minoan West Crete: An Analytical Perpective (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Sheffield 2003).

C. Tenwolde, “Myrtos Revisited. The Role of Relative Functional Ceramic Typologies in Bronze Age Settlement Analysis,” OJA 11(1992) 1-24.

S. Todaro, “EM I – MM IA Ceramic Groups at Phaistos: Towards the Definition of a Prepalatial Ceramic Sequence in South Central Crete,” Creta Antica 6(2005) 11-46.

A. Tsolakidou, V. Kilikoglou, E. Kiriatzi, and P. M. Day, “Investigating Petrological and Chemical Groupings of Early Minoan Cooking Vessels,” in V. Kilikoglou, A. Hein, and Y. Maniatis (eds.), Modern Trends in Scientific Studies on Ancient Ceramics [BAR-IS 1011] (Oxford 2002) 19-34.

P. M. Warren, “An Early Bronze Age Potter’s Workshop in Crete,” Antiquity 43(1969) 224-227.

T. Whitelaw, P. M. Day, E. Kiriatzi, V. Kilikoglou, and D. E. Wilson, “Ceramic Traditions at EM IIB Myrtos, Fournou Korifi,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 265-274.

D. E. Wilson, “The Pottery and Architecture of the EM IIA West Court House at Knossos,” BSA 80(1985) 281-364.

D. E. Wilson, “An EM IIA Triple-Bodied Jug from Knossos,” BSA 82(1987) 335-338.

D. E. Wilson, “Early Prepalatial (EM I – EM II): EM I Well, West Court House, North-East Magazines and South Front Groups,” in N. Momigliano (ed.), Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) [BSA Studies 14] (London 2007) 49-77.

D. E. Wilson, “Knossos 1955-1957: Early Prepalatial Deposits from Platon’s Tests in the Palace,” BSA 105(2010) 97-155.

D. E. Wilson and P. M. Day, “Ceramic Regionalism in Prepalatial Central Crete: The Mesara Imports from EM IB to EM IIA Knossos,” BSA 89(1994) 1-87.

D. E. Wilson and P. M. Day, “EM IIB Ware Groups at Knossos: The 1907-08 South Front Tests,” BSA 94(1999) 1-62.

D. E. Wilson and P. M. Day, “EM I Chronology and Social Practice: Pottery from the Early Palace Tests at Knossos,” BSA 95 (2000) 21-63.

D. E. Wilson, P. M. Day, and N. Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki, “The Pottery from Early Minoan I-IIB Knossos and its Relations with the Harbour Site of Poros-Katsambas,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 67-74.

A. Zoïs, “Erevna peri tes minoïkes kerameikes,” Epeteris Epistemonikon Erevnon tou Panepistimiou Athenon (1967-68) 703-732.

Metalwork

P. P. Betancourt, The Chrysokamino Metallurgy Workshop and its Territory [Hesperia Supplement 36] (Princeton 2006).

P. P. Betancourt, “The Final Neolithic to Early Minoan III Metallurgy Site at Chrysokamino, Crete,” 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) 57-67.

P. P. Betancourt and J. D. Muhly, “The Crucibles from the Aghia Photia Cemetery,” 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) 146-154.

K. Branigan, Copper and Bronze Working in Early Bronze Age Crete (Göteborg 1968).

K. Branigan, “A Transitional Phase in Minoan Metallurgy,” AJA 72(1968) 219-222.

K. Branigan, Aegean Metalwork of the Early and Middle Bronze Age (Oxford 1974).

K. Branigan, “Gold and Goldworking in Early Bronze Age Crete,” TUAS 8(1983) 15-20.

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.

M. Catapotis and Y. Bassiakos, “Copper Smelting at the Early Minoan Site of Chrysokamino on Crete,” in P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan, Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007) 68-83.

M. G. Clinton, S. Martino, G. H. Myer, D. O. Terry, Jr., and P. P. Betancourt, “Rapid Cooling Effects in Early Bronze Age Copper Smelting Slags from Chrysokamino,” Aegean Archaeology 8[2005-2006] (2009) 21-30.

N. Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki, D. E. Wilson, and P. M. Day, “The Earlier Prepalatial Settlement of Poros-Katsambas: Craft Production and Exchange at the Harbour Town of Knossos,” 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) 84-97.

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.

R. C. P. Doonan, P. M. Day, and N, Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki, “Lame Excuses for Emerging Complexity in Early Bronze Age Crete: The Metallurgical Finds from Poros Katsambas and Their Context,” in P. M. Day and R. C. P. Doonan, Metallurgy in the Early Bronze Age Aegean [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 7] (Oxford 2007) 98-122.

N. H. Gale, “The Provenance of Metals for EBA Crete – Local or Cycladic?,” in Pepragmena tou ST’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 2000) A1: 299-316.

B. Legarra Herrero, “About the Distribution of Metal Objects in Prepalatial Crete,” Papers of the Institute of Archaeology 15(2004) 29-51.

H. Mangou and P. V. Ioannou, “On the Chemical Composition of Prehistoric Greek Copper-based Artefacts from Crete,” BSA 93(1998) 91-102.

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).

J. D. Muhly, “Chrysokamino and the Beginnings of Metal Technology on Crete and in the Aegean,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 283-289.

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

Y. Papadatos, “The Beginning of Metallurgy in Crete: New Evidence from the FN-EM I Settlement at Kephala Petras, Siteia,” 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) 154-167.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, “The Origin of Metal Used for Making Weapons in Early and Middle Minoan Crete,” in C. Scarre and F. Healey (eds.), Trade and Exchange in Prehistoric Europe (Oxford 1993) 115-129.

Z. A. 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, “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.

K. Mavriyannaki, “Minoïke metallike metra apo ten Vasilike tes Ierapetras,” Kretologia 9(1984) 140-176.

M. Tsipopoulou, “Aghia Photia – Kouphota: A Centre for Metallurgy in the Early Minoan Period,” 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) 135-145.

A. Vasilakis, O chrysos kai o argyros sten Krete kata ten Proïme Periodo tou Chalkou (Heraklion 1996).

 

Seals and Sealings

J. Aruz, ” Seal Imagery and Sealing Practices in the Early Aegean World,” in P. Ferioli, E. Fiandra, G. G. Fissore, and M. Frangipane (eds.), Archives before Writing (Rome 1994) 211-236.

M. S. F. Hood and V. E. G. Kenna, “An Early Minoan III Sealing from Knossos,” in Antichità Cretesi: Studi in onore di Doro Levi I (Catania 1973) 103-106.

O. Krzsyzkowska, “Wealth and Prosperity in Pre-Palatial Crete: The Case of Ivory,” in O. Krzsyzkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 163-170.

O. Krzsyzkowska, “Early Cretan Seals: New Evidence for the Use of Bone, Ivory and Boar’s Tusk,” in I. Pini (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989) 111-126.

O. Krzyszkowska, Aegean Seals: An Introduction [BICS Supplement 85] (London 2005), esp. 57-78.

I. Pini, “Ein Beitrag zur chronologischen Ordnung der frühkretischen Siegel,” in Pepragmena tou D’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou I (Athens 1981) 421-435.

I. Pini, “Eine frühkretische Siegelwerkstatt?,” in Pepragmena tou ST’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 1990) A2: 115-127.

K. Sbonias, Frühkretische Siegel: Ansätze für eine Interpetation der sozial-politischen Entwicklung auf Kreta während der Frühbronzezeit [BAR-IS 620] (Oxford 1995).

M. Vlasaki and E. Hallager, “Evidence for Seal Use in Pre-Palatial Western Crete,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 251-270.

P. Warren, “The Primary Dating Evidence for Early Minoan Seals,” Kadmos 9(1970) 29-37.

M. H. Wiencke, “Typology and Style of Prepalatial Seals,” in Studien zur minoischen und helladischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 1] (Marburg 1981) 251-261.

P. Yule. Early Cretan Seals: A Study of Chronology (Mainz 1981).

P. Yule, “Notes on Scarabs and Aegean Chronology,” BSA 78(1983) 359-367.

P. Yule, “Early and Middle Minoan Foreign Relations: the Evidence from Seals,” SMEA 26(1987) 161-177.

Figurines and Architectural Models

P. P. Betancourt, “Additions to the Corpus of Early Cretan Figurines: Was There a Nude Goddess in Early Minoan Crete?,” in A. L. D’Agata and A. Van de Moortel (eds.), Archaeologies of Cult : Essays on Ritual and Cult in Crete in Honor of Geraldine C. Gesell [Hesperia Supplement 42] (Princeton 2009) 171-178.

K. Branigan, “Minoan Foot Amulets and their Eastern Counterparts,” SMEA 11(1970) 7-23.

K. Branigan, “Cycladic Figurines and their Derivatives in Crete,” BSA 66(1971) 57-78.

K. Branigan, “Early Minoan Figurines in the Giamalakis Collection,” BSA 67(1972) 21-23.

G. Cadogan, “Goddess, Nymph or Housewife; and Water Worries at Myrtos,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 41-48.

E. Fowden, “The Early Minoan Goddess: Images of Provision,” JPR 3-4(1990) 15-18.

B. Jones, “Anthropomorphic Vessels at the Feast: Evidence for Dress or Ornament?,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 39-46.

V. La Rosa, “A New Early Minoan Clay Model from Phaistos,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 189-194.

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).

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

S. Todaro, “Il deposito AM I del piazzale dei Sacelli di Haghia Triada: I modellini architettonici,” Annuario 81(2003) [2005] 547-572.

 

Stone Vases

A. Bevan, “Emerging Civilized Values? The Consumption and Imitation of Egyptian Stone Vessels in EM II – MM I Crete and its Wider Eastern Mediterranean Context,” in J. C. Barrett and P. Halstead (eds.), The Emergence of Civilisation Revisited [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 6] (Oxford 2004) 107-126.

A. Bevan, Stone Vessels and Values in the Bronze Age Mediterranean (Cambridge 2007).

A. Bevan and D. Evely, “The ‘Stone Vessels of the Bronze Age Aegean’ Project,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 411-413.

P. Warren, “The First Minoan Stone Vases and Early Minoan Chronology,” Kretika Chronika 19(1965) 7-43.

P. Warren, Minoan Stone Vases (Cambridge 1969).

 

Textiles

E. J. W. Barber, Prehistoric Textiles: The Development of Cloth in the Neolithic and Bronze Ages, with Special Reference to the Aegean (Princeton 1991).

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).

E. Trinka, Tracht und Textilproduktion in der ägäischen Bronzezeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Vienna 1998).

E. Trinka, “Zur archäologischen Evidenz der Textilproduktion in der ägäischen Bronzezeit,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 489-498.

 

Religion

P. P. Betancourt, “Additions to the Corpus of Early Cretan Figurines: Was There a Nude Goddess in Early Minoan Crete?,” in A. L. D’Agata and A. Van de Moortel (eds.), Archaeologies of Cult : Essays on Ritual and Cult in Crete in Honor of Geraldine C. Gesell [Hesperia Supplement 42] (Princeton 2009) 171-178.

G. Cadogan, “Goddess, Nymph or Housewife; and Water Worries at Myrtos,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 41-48.

J. Driessen, “The Goddess and the Skull: Some Observations on Group Identity in Prepalatial Crete,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 107-118.

E. Fowden, “The Early Minoan Goddess: Images of Provision,” JPR 3-4(1990) 15-18.

P. M. Warren, “The Beginnings of Minoan Religion,” Antichità Cretesi: Studi in onore di D. Levi  I (Catania 1973) 137-147.

H. Whittaker, “Minoan Board Games: The Function and Meaning of Stones with Depressions (so-called Kernoi) from Bronze Age Crete,” Aegean Archaeology 6[2002] (2003) 73-87.

 

Economy and Natural Environment

H. Blitzer, “Olive Cultivation and Oil Production in Minoan Crete,” in M-C. Amouretti and J-P. Brun (eds.), La production du vin et de l’huile en Mediterranée [BCH Supplement 26] (Paris 1993) 163-175.

J. F. Cherry, “Introductory Reflection on Economics and Scale in Prehistoric Crete,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 17-24.

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).

J. Greig and P. M. Warren, “Early Bronze Age Agriculture in Western Crete,” Antiquity 48(1974) 130-132.

D. C. Haggis, “Staple Finance, Peak Sanctuaries, and Economic Complexity in Late Prepalatial Crete,” in  A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 53-86.

V. Isaakidou, “Ploughing with Cows: Knossos and the Secondary Products Revolution,” in D. Serjeantson and D. Field (eds.), Animals in the Neolithic of Britain and Europe (Oxford 2006) 95-112.

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.

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.

K. Sbonias, “Social Development, Management of Production, and Symbolic Representation in Prepalatial Crete,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 25-52.

K. Sbonias, “Diakoinotikes scheseis kai symbolike ekphrase sten proanaktorike Krete,” in I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999) 1-18.

 

Trade and External Contacts

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.

J. Aruz, “The Silver Cylinder Seal from Mochlos,” Kadmos 23(1984) 186-187.

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

K. Branigan, “Byblite Daggers in Cyprus and Crete,” AJA 70(1966) 123-126.

K. Branigan, “Further Light on Prehistoric Relations between Crete and Byblos,” AJA 71(1967) 117-121.

K. Branigan, “Minoan Foot Amulets and their Eastern Counterparts,” SMEA 11(1970) 7-23.

K. Branigan, “Cycladic Figurines and their Derivatives in Crete,” BSA 66(1971) 57-78.

K. Branigan, “Mochlos – An Early Aegean ‘Gateway Community’?,” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège/Austin 1991) 97-105.

C. Broodbank and E. Kiriatzi, “The First ‘Minoans’ of Kythera Revisited: Technology, Demography, and Landscape in the Prepalatial Aegean,” AJA 111(2007) 241-274.

T. Carter, “Mochlos and Melos: A Special Relationship? Creating Identity and Status in Minoan Crete,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 291-307.

H. W. Catling and J. A. MacGillivray, “An Early Cypriote III Vase from the Palace at Knossos,” BSA 78(1983) 1-8.

J. F. Cherry, “Sorting Out Crete’s Prepalatial Off-Island Interactions,” in W. A. Parkinson and M. L. Galaty (eds.), Archaic State Interaction: The Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age (Santa Fe 2009) 107-140.

C. S. Colburn, “Exotica and the Early Minoan Elite: Eastern Imports in Prepalatial Crete,” AJA 112(2008) 203-224.

N. Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki, D. E. Wilson, and P. M. Day, “The Earlier Prepalatial Settlement of Poros-Katsambas: Craft Production and Exchange at the Harbour Town of Knossos,” 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) 84-97.

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.

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.

H. Klengel, “Near Eastern Trade and the Emergence of Interaction with Crete in the Third Millennium B.C.,” SMEA 24(1984) 7-19.

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.

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.

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.

J. B. Rutter and C. W. Zerner, “Early Hellado-Minoan Contacts,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 75-83.

I. Sakellarakis, “The Cyclades and Crete,” in J. Thimme (ed.), Art and Culture of the Cyclades (Karlsruhe 1977) 145-153.

K. Sbonias, “Social Development, Management of Production, and Symbolic Representation in Prepalatial Crete,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 25-52.

K. Sbonias, “Diakoinotikes scheseis kai symbolike ekphrase sten proanaktorike Krete,” in I. Kilian-Dirlmeier and M. Egg (eds.), Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Colloquien in Mainz und Athen (Mainz 1999) 1-18.

S. Stucynski, “Cycladic Imports on Crete: A Brief Survey,” TUAS 7(1982) 50-59.

S. Swiny, “So Near and Yet So Far: Cyprus and Crete in the Early Bronze Age,” in Praktika tou Diethnous Archaiologikou Synedriou “E Kypros kai to Aigaio” (Lefkosia 1997) 47-56.

P. Warren, “Knossos and the Greek Mainland in the Third Millennium B.C.,” AAA 5(1972) 392-398.

P. Warren, “Knossos and its Foreign Relations in the Early Bronze Age,” Pepragmena tou D’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1981) A2: 628-637.

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

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.

P. Yule, “Early and Middle Minoan Foreign Relations: the Evidence from Seals,” SMEA 26(1987) 161-177.

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