Lesson 9: Bibliography

Middle Helladic Greece

[Updated December 2011]

  1. Colloquia, Festschrifts, and Symposia
  2. General Works
  3. Regional Overviews
  4. Terminology and Chronology
  5. Excavations of Settlements and Surface Surveys
  6. The Site of Kolonna on Aegina
  7. Architecture and Settlement Organization
  8. Burial Customs and Excavations of Tombs and Cemeteries
  9. Pottery
  10. Metalwork
  11. Seals and Sealings
  12. Lithics
  13. Miscellaneous Objects
  14. Production, Trade, and External Contacts
  15. Religion
  16. Thessaly, Macedonia, and Epirus in the Middle Bronze Age
  17. Linguistic Concerns: The First Aegean Indo-Europeans, the Archaeology of Horses and Wheeled Vehicles, and the Arrival of the Greeks

Colloquia, Festschrifts, and Symposia

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).

F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011).

E. Borgna and S. Müller Celka (eds.), Ancestral Landscapes: Burial Mounds in the Copper and Bronze Ages [Udine, forthcoming].

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

R. A. Crossland and A. Birchall (eds.), Bronze Age Migrations in the Aegean (Park Ridge 1974).

T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001).

A. Dakouri-Hild and S. Sherratt (eds.), AUTOCHTHON: Papers Presented to O. T. P. K. Dickinson on the Occasion of His Retirement [BAR-IS 1432] (Oxford 2005).

F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007).

J. L. Fitton (ed.), The Aegina Treasure: Aegean Bronze Age Jewellery and a Mystery Revisited (London 2009) [reviewed by J. G. Younger, BMCR 2010.02.64].

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).

R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990).

V. Kilikoglou, A. Hein, and Y. Maniatis (eds.), Modern Trends in Scientific Studies on Ancient Ceramics [BAR-IS 1011] (Oxford 2002).

R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze Moyen au Bronze Récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989).

R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995).

A. Pariente and G. Touchais (eds.), Argos et l’Argolide: Topographie et Urbanisme [Actes de la Table Ronde Internationale, Athènes-Argos 28/4 - 1/5/1990] (Paris 1998).

A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010).

 

General Works

S. Andreou, M. Fotiadis, and K. Kotsakis, “Review of Aegean Prehistory V: The Neolithic and Bronze Age of Northern Greece,” AJA 100(1996) 537-597.

S. Andreou, M. Fotiadis, and K. Kotsakis, “Review of Aegean Prehistory V: The Neolithic and Bronze Age of Northern Greece” and “Addendum: 1996-1999,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 259-319 and 320-327.

J. Bintliff, “The Middle Bronze Age through the Surface Survey Record of the Greek Mainland: Demographic and Sociopolitical Insights,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 755-763.

J. Bouzek, The Aegean, Anatolia, and Europe: Cultural Interrelations in the Second Millennium B.C. (Göteborg 1985).

R. J. Buck, “The Middle Helladic Period,” Phoenix 20(1966) 193-209.

O. T. P. K. Dickinson, The Origins of Mycenaean Civilization [SIMA 49] (Göteborg 1977) 17-24, 32-38.

O. Dickinson, “The ‘Third World’ of the Aegean? Middle Helladic Greece Revisited,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 13-27.

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

J. Forsén, The Twilight of the Early Helladics: A Study of the Disturbances in East-Central and Southern Greece towards the End of the Early Bronze Age [SIMA Pocket-book 116] (Jonsered 1992).

T. Georgousopolou, “Simplicity vs. Complexity: Social Relationships and the MH I Community at Asine,” in J. C. Barrett and P. Halstead (eds.), The Emergence of Civilisation Revisited [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 6] (Oxford 2004) 207-213.

M. Hielte-Stavropoulou, “Sedentary versus Nomadic Lifestyles: The ‘Middle Helladic People’ in Southern Balkan (Late 3rd and First Half of the 2nd Millennium B.C.),” Acta Archaeologica 75(2004) 27-94.

J. T. Hooker, Mycenaean Greece (Boston 1976) 11-33.

R. J. Howell, “The Origins of the Middle Helladic Culture,” in R. A. Crossland and A. Birchall (eds.), Bronze Age Migrations in the Aegean (Park Ridge 1974) 73-99.

G. Nordquist, A Middle Helladic Village: Asine in the Argolid (Uppsala 1987).

G. Nordquist, “Asine – A Middle Helladic Society,” Hydra 3(1987) 15-25.

A. Philippa-Touchais, “Settlement Planning and Social Organization in Middle Helladic Greece,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 781-801.

J. B. Rutter, “Review of Aegean Prehistory II: The Prepalatial Bronze Age of the Southern and Central Greek Mainland,” AJA 97(1993) 745-797, esp. 774-783.

J. B. Rutter, “Review of Aegean Prehistory II: The Prepalatial Bronze Age of the Southern and Central Greek Mainland” and “Addendum: 1993-1999,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 95-147 and 148-155.

J. B. Rutter, “Reconceptualizing the Middle Helladic ‘Type Site’ from a Ceramic Perspective: Is ‘Bigger’ Really ‘Better’?,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 35-44.

S. Voutsaki, “Social and Cultural Change in the Middle Helladic Period: Presentation of a New Project,” in A. Dakouri-Hild and S. Sherratt (eds.), AUTOCHTHON: Papers Presented to O. T. P. K. Dickinson on the Occasion of His Retirement [BAR-IS 1432] (Oxford 2005) 134-143.

S. Voutsaki, “From the Kinship Economy to the Palatial Economy: The Argolid in the Second Millennium BC,” in D. J. Pullen (ed.), Political Economies of the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2010) 86-111.

J. C. Wright, “Towards a Social Archaeology of Middle Helladic Greece,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 803-815.

M. Zavadil, “The Peloponnese in the Middle Bronze Age: An Overview,” A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 151-163.

 

Regional Overviews

P. Berktold, “Das prähistorische Akarnanien: Vom Paläolithikum zur geometrischen Zeit,” in P. Berktold, J. Schmid, and C. Wacker (eds.), Akarnanien: Eine Landschaft im antiken Griechenland (Munich / Würzburg 1996) 21-59.

M. J. Boyd, “The Middle and Late Bronze Age in Messenia,” Archaeo 1(1993) 11-24.

S. Dietz and M. Stavropoulou-Gatsi, “Pagona and the Transition from Middle Helladic to Mycenaean in Northwestern Peloponnese,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 121-128.

T. W. Jacobsen, Prehistoric Euboia (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1964).

G. S. Korres, “Excavations in the Region of Pylos,” in J.-P. Descoeudres, EUMOUSIA: Ceramic and Iconographic Studies in Honour of Alexander Cambitoglou (Sidney 1990) 1-11.

M. Koumouzelis, The Early and Middle Helladic Periods in Elis (Ph.D. dissertation; Brandeis University 1980; University Microfilms International #80-24537).

A. Lambropoulou, The Middle Helladic Period in the Corinthia and the Argolid: An Archaeological Survey (Ph.D. dissertation; Bryn Mawr 1991; University Microfilms International #91-28582).

N. Papadimitriou, “Attica in the Middle Helladic Period,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 243-257.

C. Souyoudzoglou-Haywood, The Ionian Islands in the Bronze Age and Early Iron Age 3000 – 800 B.C. (Liverpool 1999).

 

Terminology and Chronology

J. L. Caskey, “Aegean Terminologies,” Historia 27(1978) 488-491.

R. J. Howell, “The Origins of the Middle Helladic Culture,” in R. A. Crossland and A. Birchall (eds.), Bronze Age Migrations in the Aegean (Park Ridge 1974) 73-99.

J. Maran, “Zur Zeitstellung der Grabhügel von Marmara (Mittelgriechenland),” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 18(1988) 341-355.

R. A. McNeal, “The Greeks in History and Prehistory,” Antiquity 46(1972) 19-28.

R. A. McNeal, “Helladic Prehistory through the Looking-glass,” Historia 24(1975) 385-401.

G. Touchais, “Le passage du Bronze Moyen au Bronze Récent en Grìce continentale: état de la question,” in R. Laffineur, Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze Moyen au Bronze Récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 113-121.

S. Voutsaki, A. J. Nijboer, and C. Zerner, “Middle Helladic Lerna: Relative and Absolute Chronologies,” 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) 151-162.

S. Voutsaki, A. J. Nijboer, and C. Zerner, “Radiocarbon Analysis and Middle Helladic Lerna,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 641-647.

 

Excavations of Settlements and Surface Surveys

E. Alram-Stern, “Aigeira and the Beginning of the Middle Helladic Period in Achaia,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 143-150.

X. Arapojanni, J. Rambach, and L. Godart, Kavkania: Die Ergebnisse der Ausgrabung von 1994 auf dem Hügel von Agrilitses (Mainz 2002).

E. Banou, “Middle Helladic Laconia: New Evidence,” SMEA 42 (2000) 175-199.

A. Batziou-Efstathiou, “Kastraki, a New Bronze Age Settlement in Achaea Phthiotis,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 291-300.

M. B. Cosmopoulos, “The Middle Helladic Stratigraphy of Eleusis, “ in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 551-556.

J. Crouwel, “Middle Helladic Occupation at Geraki, Laconia,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 77-86.

J. H. Crouwel, M. Prent, S. M. Thorne, G-J. van Wijngaarden, and C. Sueur, “Geraki, an Acropolis Site in Lakonia: Preliminary Report on the 1995 Season,” Pharos 3(1995) 41-65.

A. Dakouri-Hild, “Plotting Fragments: A Preliminary Assessment of the Middle Helladic Settlement in Boeotian Thebes,” in K. Branigan (ed.), Urbanism in the Aegean Bronze Age [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 4] (Sheffield 2001) 103-118.

J. L. Davis and S. R. Stocker, “Early Helladic and Middle Helladic Pylos: The Petropoulos Trenches and Pre-Mycenaean Remains on the Englianos Ridge,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 101-106.

K. Demakopoulou and D. Konsola, “Leipsana protoelladikou, mesoelladikou kai ysteroelladikou oikismou ste Theba,” AD 30A(1975) 44-89.

K. Demakopoulou and N. Divari-Valakou, “The Middle Helladic Settlement on the Acropolis of Midea,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 31-44.

S. Dietz, Asine II,1: Results of the Excavations East of the Acropolis 1970-1974. General Stratigraphical Analysis and Architectural Remains (Stockholm 1982).

S. Dietz, Asine II,2: Results of the Excavations East of the Acropolis 1970-1974. The Middle Helladic Cemetery, The Middle Helladic and Early Mycenaean Deposits (Stockholm 1980).

S. Dietz and I. Moschos (eds.), Chalkis Aitolias I: The Prehistoric Periods [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 7] (Aarhus 2006).

S. Dietz and M. Stavropoulou-Gatsi, “Pagona and the Transition from Middle Helladic to Mycenaean in Northwestern Peloponnese,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 121-128.

N. Divari-Valakou, “Evremata apo to mesoelladiko oikismo sou Argous. Anaskaphe oikopedou B. Tzapha,” in A. Pariente and G. Touchais (eds.), Argos et l’Argolide: Topographie et Urbanisme (Paris 1998) 85-101.

L. Dor, J. Jannoray, H. and M. van Effenterre, Kirrha. Étude de préhistoire phocidienne (Paris 1960).

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

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

J. Forsén, “Aphidna in Attica Revisited,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 223-234.

W. Gauss, “Neue Forschungen zur prähistorischen Akropolis von Athen,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 167-189.

A. Harding, G. Cadogan, and R. Howell, “Pavlopetri, an Underwater Bronze Age Town in Laconia,” BSA 64 (1969) 112-142.

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

R. J. Howell, “The Middle Helladic Settlement: Stratigraphy and Architecture” and “The Middle Helladic Settlement: Pottery,” in in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 15-204.

A. Ioannidou, “Ek Lianokladiou Phthiotidos,” AAA 6 (1973) 395-401.

O. Kakavoyianni and K. Douni, “E mesoelladike epoche ste notioanatolike Attike,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 199-210.

K. Kalogeropoulos, “Middle Helladic Human Activity in Eastern Attica: The Case of Brauron,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 211-221.

E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou, “E Magoula ston Galata tes Troizenias: Ena neo ME-YE kentro ston Saroniko,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou A (Athens 2003) 159-228.

E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou, “The Middle Helladic Establishent at Megali Magoula, Galatas (Troezenia),” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 67-76.

H. Kyrieleis (ed.), Anfänge und Frühzeit des Heiligtums von Olympia: Die Ausgrabungen am Pelopion 1987-1996 [Olympische Forschungen 31] (Berlin 2006)

M. Lindblom, “The Middle Helladic Period,” in M. Lindblom and B. Wells (eds.), Mastos in the Berbati Valley: An Intensive Archaeological Survey (Stockholm 2011) 77-96.

Y. G. Lolos, “Sklavos: ena mesoelladiko orosemo ste notia akte tes Salaminos,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 181-185.

S. Müller Celka, “L’occupation d’Éretrie (Eubée) à l’Helladique Moyen, in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 269-279.

G. Mylonas, Proïstorike Eleusis (Athens 1932).

G. Nordquist, “Floor Deposits on the Barbouna Slope at Asine,” Hydra 1(1985) 19- .

G. Nordquist, “Asine, Terrace III: The Excavations of 1926. A Preliminary Report,” Hydra 3(1987) 5- .

G. Nordquist, A Middle Helladic Village: Asine in the Argolid (Uppsala 1987).

G. Nordquist, “Asine – A Middle Helladic Society,” Hydra 3(1987) 15-25.

G. C. Nordquist, “New Middle Helladic Finds from Asine,” Hydra 8(1991) 31-34.

G. C. Nordquist, “Excavations in the Levendis Sector at Asine, 1989,” Opuscula Atheniensia 19(1992) 59-68.

M. Oikonomakou, “Mesoelladikes theseis ste Lavreotike kai te notioanatolike Attike,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 235-242.

M. A. Pantelidou, Ai Proïstorikai Athenai (Athens 1975).

A. Papadimitriou, “Oi anaskaphes sto Nosokomeio tou Argous,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 45-56.

L. Papazoglou-Manioudaki, “The Middle Helladic and Late Helladic I Periods at Aigion in Achaia,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010)

M. R. Popham and L. H. Sackett, Excavations at Lefkandi, Euboea, 1964-1966 (London 1968) 129-141.

J. Rambach, “Olympia. 2500 Jahre Vorgeschichte vor der Gründung des eisenzeitlichen griechischen Heiligtums,” in H. Kyrieleis (ed.), Olympia 1875–2000: 125 Jahre Deutsche Ausgrabungen (Mainz 2002) 177-212.

J. Rambach, “Olympia im ausgehenden 3. Jahrtausend v. Chr.: Bindeglied zwischen zentralem und östlichem Mittelmeerraum,” in E. Alram-Stern, Die ägäische Frühzeit. Forschungsbericht 1975-2002. II, 2: Die Frühbronzezeit in Griechenland mit Ausnahme von Kreta (Vienna 2004) 1199-1254.

J. Rambach, “Prosphates erevnes se mesoelladikes theseis tes dytikes Peloponnesou,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 107-119.

K. A. Rhomaios, “Ek tou proïstorikou Thermou,” AD 1(1915) 225- .

K. A. Rhomaios, “Erevnai en Thermo,” AD 2(1916) 179- .

C. Runnels, D. J. Pullen, and S. Langdon (eds.), The Finds from a Regional Survey of the Southern Argolid, Greece I: The Prehistoric and Early Iron Age Pottery and the Lithic Artifacts (Stanford 1975).

G. Säflund, Excavations at Berbati, 1936-1937 (Uppsala 1965).

A. Sampson, Kaloyerovryse. Enas oikismos tes Proïmes kai Meses Chalkokratias sta Phylla tes Euboias (Athens 1993).

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

Ph.Sarante, “Neoi oikismoi tes Meses Epoches tou Chalkou sten eparchia Nafpaktias,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 259-267.

K. Sarri, Orchomenos in der mittleren Bronzezeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 1998).

K. Sarri, Orchomenos IV: Orchomenos in der mittleren Bronzezeit (Munich 2010).

K. Shelton, “Living and Dying in and around Middle Helladic Mycenae,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 57-65.

S. R. Stocker, Deriziotis Aloni: A Small Bronze Age Site in Messenia (M.A. thesis, University of Cincinnati 1995).

S. R. Stocker, “Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part V: Deriziotis Aloni: A Small Bronze Age Site in Messenia,” Hesperia 72(2003) 341-404.

W. D. Taylour, “Excavations at Ayios Stephanos,” BSA 67 (1972) 205-270.

W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008).

G. Touchais, “Argos à l’époque mésohelladique: Un habitat ou des habitats?,” in A. Pariente and G. Touchais (eds.), Argos et l’Argolide: Archéologie et l’urbanisme (Paris 1998) 71-84.

M. N. Valmin, The Swedish Messenia Expedition: Malthi Dorion (Lund 1939).

C. Vatin, Médéon de Phocide (Paris 1969).

Y. Venieri, “Nea stoicheia yia ten katoikese ste notia plevra tes Akropoles ton Athenon kata te mesoelladike periodo: evremata apo ten anaskaphe sto oikopedo Makrygianni,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 187-198.

S. Voutsaki, “The Domestic Economy in Middle Helladic Asine,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 765-779.

S. Wide, “Aphidna in Nordattika,” AM 21(1896) 385-409.

J. C. Wright, “Comparative Settlement Patterns during the Bronze Age in the Northeastern Peloponnesos, Greece,” in S. E. Alcock and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Side-by-Side Survey: Comparative Regional Studies in the Mediterranean World (Oxford 2004) 114-131.

E. Zabbou, “Evremata tes mesoelladikes kai tes proïmes mykenaïkes epoches apo te Sparte kai te Lakonia,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 87-99.

C. W. Zerner, The Beginning of the Middle Helladic Period at Lerna (Ph.D. thesis, University of Cincinnati 1978).

 

The Site of Kolonna on Aegina

L. Basch, “The Aegina Pirate Ships of c. B.C. 1700,” Mariner’s Mirror 72(1986) 415-437.

M. J. Dorais, M. Lindblom, and C. Shriner, “Evidence for a Single Clay/Temper Source for the Manufacture of Middle and Late Helladic Aeginetan Pottery from Asine, Greece,” Geoarchaeology 19(2004) 657-684.

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

F. Felten, “Aegina-Kolonna: The History of a Greek Acropolis,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 11-34.

F. Felten and S. Hiller, “Ausgrabungen in der vorgeschichtlichen Innenstadt von Ägina-Kolonna (Alt-Ägina),” JOAI 65(1996) 29-111.

F. Felten, S. Hiller, C. Reinholdt, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana, “Ägina-Kolonna 2003: Vorbericht über die Grabungen des Instituts für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Salzburg,” JOAI 73(2004) 97-128.

J. L. Fitton, N. Meeks, and L. Joyner, “The Aigina Treasure: Catalogue and Technical Report,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), The Aegina Treasure: Aegean Bronze Age Jewellery and a Mystery Revisited (London 2009) 17-31.

G. Forstenpointner, A. Galik, G. E. Weissengruber, S. Zohmann, U. Thanheiser, and W. Gauss, “Subsistence and More in Middle Bronze Age Aegina Kolonna: Patterns of Husbandry, Hunting and Agriculture,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 733-742.

A. Galik, S. Zohmann, G. Forstenpointner, G. Weissengruber, and W. Gauss, “Subsistence and More in Middle Bronze Age Aegina Kolonna: Exploitation of Marine Resources,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 743-751.

C. Gates, “Iconography at the Crossroads: The Aegina Treasure,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze Moyen au Bronze Récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 215-225.

W. Gauss, “Beobachtung zum Apsidenbau von Ägina-Kolonna,” in SYNERGIA: Festschrift für Friedrich Krinzinger (Vienna 2006) 221-228.

W. Gauss, “Minos auf Ägina – Beobachtungen zu den Beziehungen Äginas zu Kreta,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 437-448.

W. Gauss, “Aegina Kolonna. Pottery Classification and Research Database,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 635-640.

W. Gauss and E. Kiriatzi, Pottery Production and Supply at Bronze Age Kolonna, Aegina: An Integrated Archaeological and Scientific Study of a Ceramic Landscape [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse V] (Vienna 2011).

W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, and R. Smetana, “The Middle Helladic Large Building Complex at Kolonna. A Preliminary View,” 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) 76-87.

W. Gauss and R. Smetana, “Untersuchung zur früh- und mittelhelladischen Keramik von Ägina Kolonna,” in B. Asamer, P. Höglinger, C. Reinholdt, R. Smetana, and W. Wohlmayr (eds.), TEMENOS: Festgabe für Florens Felten und Stefan Hiller (Vienna 2002) 11-19.

W. Gauss and R. Smetana, “Early and Middle Bronze Age Stratigraphy and Pottery from Aegina Kolonna,” in M. Bietak and E. Czerny (eds.), The Synchronisation of Civilisations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Second Millennium B.C. III (Vienna 2007) 451-472.

W. Gauss and R. Smetana, “Aegina Kolonna, the Ceramic Sequence of the SCIEM 2000 Project,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 57-80.

W. Gauss and R. Smetana, “Aegina Kolonna and the Cyclades,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 325-338.

W. Gauss and R. Smetana, “Aegina Kolonna in the Middle Bronze Age,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 165-174.

R. Higgins, “The Aegina Treasure Reconsidered,” BSA 52(1957) 42-57.

R. Higgins, The Aegina Treasure: An Archaeological Mystery (London 1979).

R. Higgins, “A Gold Diadem from Aegina,” JHS 107(1987) 182.

S. Hiller, “Fisch oder Schiff: Zu einem bemalten mittelbronzezeitlichen Gefässfragment aus Ägina,” Pantheon 30(1972) 439-446.

S. Hiller, “Minoan and Minoanizing Pottery on Aegina,” 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) 197-199.

S. Hiller, “Ornaments from the Warrior Grave and the Aigina Treasure,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), The Aegina Treasure: Aegean Bronze Age Jewellery and a Mystery Revisited (London 2009) 36-39.

F. Kanz, K. Grossschmidt, and J. Kiesslich, “Subsistence and More in Middle Bronze Age Aegina Kolonna: An Anthrolpology of Newborn Children,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 479-487.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Reiche Gräber der mittelhelladischen Zeit,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) 49-53.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, Alt-Ägina IV,3: Das mittelbronzezeitliche Schachtgrab von Ägina (Mainz 1997).

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “The MH Shaft-grave at Kolonna, Aegina,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 29-32.

R. Laffineur, “The ‘Aegina Treasure’ Revisited,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 41-45.

M. Lindblom, Marks and Makers: Appearance, Distribution and Function of Middle and Late Helladic Manufactuers’ Marks on Aeginetan Pottery [SIMA 128] (Jonsered 2001).

M. Lindblom, “Manufacture and Markings. Aeginetan Pots and Prefiring Marks,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 33-39.

J. Maran, “Emulation of Aeginetan Pottery in the Middle Bronze Age of Coastal Thessaly: Regional Context and Social Meaning,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 167-182.

W-D. Niemeier, “Aegina – First Aegean “state” Outside of Crete?,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) 73-80.

J. C. Overbeck, “The Middle Bronze Age Sequences of Kea and Aegina,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 339-346.

K. Pruckner, “Vollkommen und bichrom bemalte Äginetische Keramik des späten MH bis frühen SH aus Ägina-Kolonna,” Forum Archaeologiae 50/III/2009 (http://farch.net).

K. Pruckner, “Vollständig und bichrom bemalte äginetische Keramik des späten MH bis frühen SH aus Ägina-Kolonna,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 241-252.

C. Reinholdt, “Ein minoischer Steinhammer in Aegina,” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 22 (1992) 57-62.

C. Reinholdt, “Entwicklung und Typologie mittelbronzezeitlicher Lanzenspitzen mit Schäftungsschuh in Griechenland,” Mitteilungen der Berliner Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte 14(1993) 43-52.

K. Sarri, “Aeginetan Matt-Painted Pottery in Boeotia,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 151-165.

E. Semantone-Bournia, “O ‘Thesauros tes Aiginas’. Neo phos sto mysterio tes lathraias exagoges tou,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 47-69.

N. Sgouritsa, “Lazarides on Aegina: Another Prehistoric Site,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 175-180.

H. Siedentopf, Alt-Ägina IV.2: Mattbemalte Keramik der Mittleren Bronzezeit (Mainz 1991).

H. Walter, “Anaskaphe sto lopho Kolona, Aigina, 1981-1982,” AAA 14(1981) 179-184.

H. Walter and F. Felten, Alt-Ägina III,1: Die vorgeschichtliche Stadt: Befestigungen, Häuser, Funde (Mainz 1981).

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

E. M. Wild, W. Gauss, G. Forstenpointner, M. Lindblom, R. Smetana, P. Steier, U. Thanheiser, and F. Weninger, “14C Dating of the Early to Late Bronze Age Startigraphic Sequence of Aegina Kolonna, Greece,” in M. B. H. Breese, L. E. Rehn, C. Trautman, and I. Vickridge (eds.), Beam Interactions with Materials and Atoms [Nuclear Instruments and Methods in Physics Research B 268(2010)] 1013-1021.

D. Williams, “The Story of the Aigina Treasure,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), The Aegina Treasure: Aegean Bronze Age Jewellery and a Mystery Revisited (London 2009) 11-16.

W. Wohlmayr, “Ägina Kolonna – Die schachtgräberzeitliche Siedlung,” in R. Laffineur, Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze Moyen au Bronze Récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 151-153.

W. Wohlmayr, “Schachtgräberezeitliche Keramik aus Ägina,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 [Wiener Forschungen zur Archäologie 3] (Vienna 2000) 135-136.

W. Wohlmayr, “Aegina Kolonna MH III – LH I: Ceramic Phases of an Aeginetan Trade-Domain,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 45-55.

W. Wohlmayr, “Minoïka und Mykenaïka auf Ägina,” in F. Lang, C. Reinholdt, and J. Weilhartner (eds.), STEPHANOS ARISTEIOS. Archäologische Forschungen zwischen Nil und Istros: Festschrift für Stefan Hiller zum 65. Geburtstag (Vienna 2007) 279-286.

R. Wünsche, Studien zur äginetischen Keramik der frühen und mittleren Bronzezeit (Berlin/Leipzig 1977).

R. Wünsche, “Die Entwicklung der mittelhelladischen mattbemalten Keramik,” Münchener Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst 28(1977) 7-27.

C. W. Zerner, “New Perspectives on Trade in the Middle and Early Late Helladic Periods on the Mainland,” in C. W. and P. C. Zerner and J. Winder (eds.), Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age, 1939-1989 (Amsterdam 1993) 39-56.

 

Architecture and Settlement Organization

T. Alusik, “Middle Helladic and Middle Minoan Defensive Architecture: A Comparison,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 885-889.

L. A. Hitchcock and A. P. Chapin, “Lacuna in Laconia: Why Were There No Middle Helladic Palaces”,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 817-822.

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

J. Maran, “Zur mittelbronzezeitlichen Bebauungsschema auf der Pevkakia-Magula bei Volos,” in J-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 205-210.

A. Philippa-Touchais, “Settlement Planning and Social Organization in Middle Helladic Greece,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 781-801.

K. Werner, The Megaron during the Aegean and Anatolian Bronze Age [SIMA 108] (Jonsered 1993).

 

Burial Customs and Excavations of Tombs and Cemeteries

M. J. Alden, Well Built Mycenae 7: Prehistoric Cemetery: Pre-Mycenaean and Early Mycenaean Graves (Oxford 2002).

V. Aravantinos and K. Psaraki, “The Middle Helladic Cemeteries of Thebes. General Review and Remarks in the Light of New Investigations and Finds,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 377-395.

E. T. Blackburn, Middle Helladic Graves and Burial Customs with Special Reference to Lerna in the Argolid (Ph.D. thesis, University of Cincinnati 1970).

M. J. Boyd, Middle Helladic and Early Mycenaean Mortuary Practices in the Southern and Western Peloponnese [BAR-IS 1009] (Oxford 2002).

W. Cavanagh and C. Mee, A Private Place: Death in Prehistoric Greece [SIMA 125] (Jonsered 1998) 23-39.

M. Cultraro, “In Death Not Separated. Evidence of Middle Bronze Age Intramural Burials at Poliochni on Lemnos,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 919-930.

Ph. Dakaronia, Marmara. Ta hypomykenaïka nekrotapheia ton tymbon (Athens 1987).

F. Dakoronia, “Mittlehelladische Gräber in Ost-Lokris,” AM 102(1987) 55-64.

O. T. P. K. Dickinson, “Cist Graves and Chamber Tombs,” BSA 78(1983) 55-67.

S. Dietz, Asine II,2: Results of the Excavations East of the Acropolis 1970-1974. The Middle Helladic Cemetery, The Middle Helladic and Early Mycenaean Deposits (Stockholm 1980).

L. Dor, J. Jannoray, H. and M. van Effenterre, Kirrha. Étude de préhistoire phocidienne (Paris 1960).

J. Forsén, “Aphidna in Attica Revisited,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 223-234.

M. Hielte-Stavropoulou and M. Wedde, “Sam Wide’s Excavation at Aphidna – Stratigraphy and Finds,” in R. Hägg (ed.), Peloponnesian Sanctuaries and Cults (Stockholm 2002) 21-24.

A. Ingvarsson-Sundström, Children Lost and Found: A Bioarchaeological Study of Middle Helladic Children in Asine with a Comparison to Lerna (Ph.D. dissertation, Uppsala University 2003).

A. Ingvarsson-Sundström, Asine III: Supplementary Studies on the Swedish Excavations 1922-1930. Fasc. 2: Children Lost and Found: A Bioarchaeological Study of Middle Helladic Children in Asine with a Comparison to Lerna (Stockholm 2008).

M. Kasimi-Soutou, “Mesoelladikos taphos polemiste apo te Theba,” AD 35A(1980) 88- .

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Reiche Gräber der mittelhelladischen Zeit,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) 49-53.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, Alt-Ägina IV,3: Das mittelbronzezeitliche Schachtgrab von Ägina (Mainz 1997).

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, Die bronzezeitlichen Gräber bei Nidri auf Leukas: Ausgrabungen von W. Dörpfeld 1903-1913 (Mainz 2005).

A. Lagia and W. Cavanagh, “Burials from Kouphovouno, Sparta, Lakonia,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 333-346.

J. Lebegyev, “Phases of Childhood in Early Mycenaean Greece,” Childhood in the Past 2(2009) 15-32.

J. Maran, “Zur Zeitstellung der Grabhügel von Marmara (Mittelgriechenland),” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 18(1988) 341-355.

S. Marinatos, “Anaskaphai Marathonas,” Praktika tes en Athenais Archaiologikes Hetaireias (1970) 5-28.

E. Milka, “Burials upon the Ruins of Abandoned Houses in the Middle Helladic Argolid,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 347-355.

S. Müller, “Les tumuli helladiques: où? quand? comment?,” BCH 113(1989) 1-42.

G. C. Nordquist, “Middle Helladic Burial Rites: Some Speculations,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 35-41.

G. Nordquist, “Pots, Prestige and People. Symbolic Action in Middle Helladic Burials,” Opuscula Atheniensia 27(2002) 119-135.

G. Nordquist and A. Ingvarsson-Sundström, “Live Hard, Die Young: Middle and Early Late Helladic Mortuary Remains of Children from the Argolid in Social Context,” in A. Dakouri-Hild and S. Sherratt (eds.), AUTOCHTHON: Papers Presented to O. T. P. K. Dickinson on the Occasion of His Retirement [BAR-IS 1432] (Oxford 2005) 156-174.

E. Palaiologou, “Mesoelladikoi taphoi apo te Midea,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 357-365.

N. Papadimitriou, Built Chamber Tombs of Middle and Late Bronze Age Date in Mainland Greece and the Islands [BAR-IS 925] (Oxford 2001).

O. Pelon, Tholoi, tumuli, et cercles funéraires (Paris 1976).

V. P. Petrakis, “Diversity in Form and Practice in Middle Helladic and Early Mycenaean Elaborate Tombs: An Approach to Changing Prestige Expression in Changing Times,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 403-416.

L. Phialon, “Funerary Practices in Central Greece from the Middle Helladic into the Early Mycenaean Period,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 397-402.

M. Pomadère, “De l’indifférenciation à la discrimination spatiale des sepultures? Variété des comportements à l’égard des enfants morts pendant l’HM-HR I,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 417-429.

E. Protonotariou-Deïlaki, Oi tymboi tou Argous (Athens 1980).

E. Protonotariou-Deïlaki, “Burial Customs and Funerary Rites in the Prehistoric Argolid,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 69-83.

J. Rambach, “Investigations of Two MH I Burial Mounds at Messenian Kastroulia (near Ellinika, Ancient Thouria),” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 137-150.

F. Ruppenstein, “Gender and Regional Differences in Middle Helladic Burial Customs,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 431-439.

E. Sapouna-Sakellaraki, “A Middle Helladic Tomb Complex at Xeropolis (Lefkandi),” BSA 90(1995) 41-54.

W. D. Taylour and R. Janko, “The Bronze Age Burials,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 121-144.

S. Triantaphyllou, “Prospects for Reconstructing the Lives of Middle Helladic Populations in the Argolid: Past and Present of Bone Studies,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 441-451.

S. Triantaphyllou, M. P. Richards, C. Zerner, and S. Voutsaki, “Isotopic Dietary Reconstruction of Humans from Middle Bronze Age Lerna, Argolid, Greece,” JAS 35(2007) 174-188.

S. Triantaphyllou, M. P. Richards, G. Touchais, A. Philippa-Touchais, and S. Voutsaki, “Analyses of Middle Helladic Skeletal Material from Aspis, Argos 2: Stable Isotopes Analysis of Human Remains,” BCH 130(2006) 627-637.

S. Voutsaki, A. J. Nijboer, A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, and S. Triantaphyllou, “Analyses of Middle Helladic Skeletal Material from Aspis, Argos 1: Radiocarbon Analysis of Human Remains,” BCH 130(2006) 613-625.

S. Voutsaki, K. Sarri, O. Dickinson, S. Triantaphyllou, and E. Milka, “The Argos ‘Tumuli’ Project: A Report on the 2006 and 2007 Seasons,” Pharos 15(2009) 153-192.

H. Whittaker, “Religious Symbolism and the Use of Gold in Burial Contexts in the Late Middle Helladic and Early Mycenaean Periods,” SMEA 48(2006) 283-289.

S. Wide, “Aphidna in Nordattika,” AM 21(1896) 385-409.

C. W. Zerner, “Ceramics and Ceremony: Pottery and Burials from Lerna in the Middle and Early Late Bronze Ages,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 23-34.

 

Pottery

C. Belardelli, “Materiali di tradizione mesoelladica dagli strati micenei di Tirinto,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996) III: 1137-1144.

P. Betancourt and G. Myer, “Highly Micaceous/Chloritic Imports into Lerna V: Evidence from Ceramic Petrography,” 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) 195-196.

J. G. Brophy and C. M. Shriner, “Aeginetan Ware (AW) Provenancing Report: Characterization to Source Intepretation.”  http://www.indiana.edu/~sava/Provenancing%20Report.pdf.

J. G. Brophy, G. E. Christidis, R. Droppo, C. Li, H. Murray, C. Shriner, and R. Walker, South Aegean Volcanic Arc Database Project. http://www.indiana.edu/%7Esava/index.html.

R. J. Buck, “Middle Helladic Mattpainted Pottery,” Hesperia 33(1964) 231-308.

V. G. Childe, “On the Date and Origin of Minyan Ware,” JHS 35(1915) 196-207.

J. H. Crouwel, “Pot-marks on Grey Minyan Ware,” Kadmos 12(1973) 101-108.

F. Dakoronia, “Delphi-Kirrha-Pefkakia via Spercheios Valley: Matt-painted Pottery as Sign of Intercommunication,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 573-581.

K. Demakopoulou, “Thebai. Mesoelladikos taphikos pithos,” AAA 3(1975) 25- .

S. Dietz, “Thermon and the Matt-painted Pottery in Aitolia. New Fix Points for the Chronology,” in F. Lang, C. Reinholdt, and J. Weilhartner (eds.), STEPHANOS ARISTEIOS. Archäologische Forschungen zwischen Nil und Istros: Festschrift für Stefan Hiller zum 65. Geburtstag (Vienna 2007) 83-94.

S. Dietz, C. Zerner, and G. Nordquist, “Concerning the Classification of Late Middle Helladic Wares in the Argolid,” Hydra 5(1988) 15-16.

M. J. Dorais, M. Lindblom, and C. Shriner, “Evidence for a Single Clay/Temper Source for the Manufacture of Middle and Late Helladic Aeginetan Pottery from Asine, Greece,” Geoarchaeology 19(2004) 657-684.

E. J. Forsdyke, “The Pottery Called Minyan Ware,” JHS 34(1914) 126-156.

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

W. Gauss, “Aegina Kolonna. Pottery Classification and Research Database,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 635-640.

W. Gauss and E. Kiriatzi, Pottery Production and Supply at Bronze Age Kolonna, Aegina: An Integrated Archaeological and Scientific Study of a Ceramic Landscape [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse V] (Vienna 2011).

W. Gauss and R. Smetana, “Aegina Kolonna, the Ceramic Sequence of the SCIEM 2000 Project,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 57-80.

L. Girella, “MH III and MM III: Ceramic Synchronisms in the Transition to the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 859-873.

G. Graziadio, “Le influenze minoiche e cicladiche sulla cultura Tardo Medio-Elladica del Peloponneso,” SMEA 19(1978) 165-203.

G. Graziadio, “La fase iniziale del periodo Medio-Elladico ed il problema dell’origine della ceramica Matt-painted,” SMEA 23(1982) 31-50.

G. Graziadio, “The Chronology of the Graves of Circle B at Mycenae: a New Hypothesis,” AJA 92(1988) 344-372.

B. Horejs, “The Phenomenon of Mattpainted Pottery in the Northern Aegean: Introduction, Overview and Theories,” Aegeo-Balkan Prehistory [3 October 2007] http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net/article.php?id_art=8

V. Kilikoglou, E. Kiriatzi, A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, and I. Whitbread, “Pottery Production and Supply at MH Aspis, Argos: The Evidence of Chemical and Petrographic Analyses,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 131-136.

E. Kiriatzi, “’Minoanizing’ Pottery Traditions in the Southwest Aegean during the Middle Bronze Age: Understanding the Social Context of Technological and Consumption Practice,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 683-699.

D. N. Konsola, “Preliminary Remarks on the Middle Helladic Pottery from Thebes,” Hydra 1(1985) 11- .

M. Lindblom, “Aeginetan Potters’ Marks at Asine: A Pilot Study,” in B. Wells (ed.), New Research on Old Material from Asine and Berbati in Celebration of the Fiftieth Anniveresary of the Swedish Institute at Athens (Stockholm 2002) 31-42.

M. Lindblom, “Manufacture and Markings. Aeginetan Pots and Prefiring Marks,” in E. Konsolaki-Yiannopoulou (ed.), Argosaronikos: Praktika 1ou Diethnous Synedriou Istorias kai Archaiologias tou Argosaronikou (Athens 2003) 33-39.

M. Lindblom, Marks and Makers: Appearance, Distribution and Function of Middle and Late Helladic Manufactuers’ Marks on Aeginetan Pottery [SIMA 128] (Jonsered 2001).

M. Lindblom, “Early Mycenaean Mortuary Meals at Lerna VI with Special Emphasis on their Aeginetan Components,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 115-135.

J. Maran, “Anmerkungen zum Klassifikationssystem der mittelhelladischen Keramik von Lerna,” Hydra 3(1987) 26- .

J. Maran, “Emulation of Aeginetan Pottery in the Middle Bronze Age of Coastal Thessaly: Regional Context and Social Meaning,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 167-182.

J. Mellaart, “The Origin of Minyan Ware,” V. Türk Tarih Kongresi (Ankara 1960) 146-156.

G. C. Nordquist, “The Middle Helladic Pottery from the Southern Argolid,” Hydra 5(1988) 17-31.

G. Nordquist, “Who Made the Pots? Production in the Middle Helladic Society,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) I: 201-207.

G. Nordquist, “The Pottery of the Early Helladic III and Middle Helladic Periods,” in C. Runnels, D. J. Pullen, and S. Langdon (eds.), Artifact and Assemblage: The Finds from a Regional Survey of the Southern Argolid, Greece I: The Prehistoric and Early Iron Age Pottery and the Lithic Artifacts (Stanford 1995) 43-51.

G. Nordquist, “Pairing of Pots in the Middle Helladic Period,” 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) 569-573.

G. Nordquist, “Pots, Prestige and People. Symbolic Action in Middle Helladic Burials,” Opuscula Atheniensia 27(2002) 119-135.

J. C. Overbeck, “Some Recycled Vases in the West Cemetery at Eleusis,” AJA 84(1980) 89-90.

J. C. Overbeck, “The Middle Helladic Origin of ‘Shaft-Grave Polychrome’ Ware,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 615-619.

P. Pavuk, “Grey Wares as a Phenomenon,” Aegeo-Balkan Prehistory [12 June 2007] http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net/article.php?id_art=5

P. Pavuk, “Minyan or Not? The Second Millennium Grey Ware in Western Anatolia and its Relation to Mainland Greece,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 931-943.

M.-Ph. Papakonstantinou and D. N. Sakkas, “Mesoelladike kerameike apo to Amouri sten koilada tou Spercheiou,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 583-590.

V. P. Petrakis ad P. Moutzouridis, “Grey Ware(s) from the Bronze Age Settlement of Koukonisi on Lemnos: First Presentation,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 909-917.

A. Philippa-Touchais, “Aperçu des céramiques mésohelladiques à décor peint de l’Aspis d’Argos I. La céramique à peinture mate,” BCH 126(2002) 1-40.

A. Philippa-Touchais, “Aperçu des céramiques mésohelladiques à décor peint de l’Aspis d’Argos II. La céramique à peinture lustrée,” BCH 127(2003) 1-47.

A. Philippa-Touchais, “Aeginetan Matt Painted Pottery at Middle Helladic Aspis, Argos,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 97-113.

A. Philippa-Touchais and G. Touchais, “Fragments of the Pottery Equipment of an Early Middle Helladic Household from Aspis, Argos,” 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) 203-216.

E. Phroussou, “E metabase apo ten Mese sten Ystere Epoche Chalkou sto Neo Monasteri Phthiotidas,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 591-601.

E. Protonotariou-Deïlaki, “La céramique prémycénienne des tumuli d’Argos,” Études argiennes [BCH Supplement 6] (1980) 41-52.

K. Pruckner, “Vollständig und bichrom bemalte äginetische Keramik des späten MH bis frühen SH aus Ägina-Kolonna,” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 241-252.

J. B. Rutter, “Stone Vases and Minyan Ware: A Facet of Minoan Influence on Middle Helladic Laconia,” AJA 83(1979) 464-469.

J. B. Rutter, “Some Comments on the Nature and Significance of the Ceramic Transition from Early Helladic III to Middle Helladic,” Hydra 2(1986) 29-57.

J. B. Rutter, “Pottery Groups of the End of the Middle Bronze Age from Tsoungiza,” Hesperia 59(1990) 375-458.

J. B. Rutter, “Reconceptualizing the Middle Helladic ‘Type Site’ from a Ceramic Perspective: Is ‘Bigger’ Really ‘Better’?,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 35-44.

K. Sarri, Orchomenos in der mittleren Bronzezeit (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 1998).

K. Sarri, “Aeginetan Matt-Painted Pottery in Boeotia,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 151-165.

K. Sarri, “Minyan and Minyanizing Pottery. Myth and Reality about a Middle Helladic Type Fossil,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 603-613.

K. Sarri, Orchomenos IV: Orchomenos in der mittleren Bronzezeit (Munich 2010).

H. Siedentopf, Alt-Ägina IV.2: Mattbemalte Keramik der Mittleren Bronzezeit (Mainz 1991).

D. Skorda, “Kirrha: oi kerameikoi klibanoi tou proïstorikou oikismou ste metabaase apo te mesoelladike sten ysteroelladike epoche,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 651-668.

L. C. Spencer, Pottery Technology and Socio-Economic Diversity on the Early Helladic III to Middle Helladic II Greek Mainland (Ph.D. dissertation, University of London 2007).

L. Spencer, “The Regional Specialization of Ceramic Production in the EH III through MH II Period,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 669-681.

A. Stamoude, “E mesoelladike katoikese sto Kastro Lamias. Kerameikes akolouthies kai idiaiterotetes sten koilada tou Spercheiou,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 557-571.

G. Touchais, “Coarse Ware from the Middle Helladic Settlement of Aspis, Argos: Local Production and Imports,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 81-96.

I. Whitbread, E. Kiriatzi, and T. Tartaron, “Middle Bronze Age Ceramic Production in Central and Southern Mainland Greece: The Design of a Regional Petrographic Study,” in V. Kilikoglou, A. Hein, and Y. Maniatis (eds.), Modern Trends in Scientific Studies on Ancient Ceramics [BAR-IS 1011] (Oxford 2002) 121-128.

R. Wünsche, Studien zur äginetischen Keramik der frühen und mittleren Bronzezeit (Berlin/Leipzig 1977).

R. Wünsche, “Die Entwicklung der mittelhelladischen mattbemalten Keramik,” Münchener Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst 28(1977) 7-27.

C. W. Zerner, The Beginning of the Middle Helladic Period at Lerna (Ph.D. thesis, University of Cincinnati 1978).

C. W. Zerner, “Middle Helladic and Late Helladic I Pottery from Lerna,” Hydra 2(1986) 58-73.

C. Zerner, “Middle Helladic and Late Helladic I Pottery from Lerna: Part II: Shapes,” Hydra 4(1988) 1-10.

C. W. Zerner, “Ceramics and Ceremony: Pottery and Burials from Lerna in the Middle and Early Late Bronze Ages,” in R. Hägg and G. C. Nordquist (eds.), Celebrations of Death and Divinity in the Bronze Age Argolid (Stockholm 1990) 23-34.

C. W. Zerner, “New Perspectives on Trade in the Middle and Early Late Helladic Periods on the Mainland,” 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) 39-56.

C. W. Zerner, “The Middle Helladic Pottery, with the Middle Helladic Wares from Late Helladic Deposits and the Potters’ Marks,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 177-298.

 

Metalwork

J. L. Fitton (ed.), The Aigina Treasure: Aegean Bronze Age Jewelry and a Mystery Revisited (London 2008).

C. Gates, “Iconography at the Crossroads: The Aegina Treasure,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze Moyen au Bronze Récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 215-225.

R. Higgins, “A Gold Diadem from Aegina,” JHS 107(1987) 182.

M. Kayafa, Bronze Age Metallurgy in the Peloponnese, Greece (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Birmingham 1999).

M. Kavafa. “Middle Helladic Metallurgy and Metalworking: Review of the Archaeological and Archaeometric Evidence from the Peloponnese,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 701-711.

R. B. Koehl, “South Levantine Middle Bronze Age Gold-work in the Aegean,” in M. Andreadaki-Vlazaki (ed.), Pepragmena tou I Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 2011) A1: 189-208.

H. Mangou and P. V. Ioannou, “On the Chemical Composition of Prehistoric Greek Copper-based Artefacts from the Mainland Greece,” BSA 94(1999) 81-101.

J.-C. Poursat, “Les armes en Égée au Bronze Moyen: Quelques remarques,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 427-431.

C. Reinholdt, “Entwicklung und Typologie mittelbronzezeitlicher Lanzenspitzen mit Schäftungsschuh in Griechenland,” Mitteilungen der Berliner Gesellschaft für Anthropologie, Ethnologie und Urgeschichte 14(1993) 43-52.

D. N. Tripathi, Bronzework of Mainland Greece from c. 2600 B.C. to c. 1450 B.C. (Göteborg 1988).

H. Whittaker, “Religious Symbolism and the Use of Gold in Burial Contexts in the Late Middle Helladic and Early Mycenaean Periods,” SMEA 48(2006) 283-289.

E. Yiannouli, “Middle Helladic between Minoan and Mycenaean: On the Symbolic Meaning of Offensive Instruments,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 497-507.

 

Seals and Sealings

J. G. Younger, “Seals (?) from Middle Helladic Greece,” Hydra 8(1991) 35-54.

 

Lithics

E. C. Banks, The Early and Middle Helladic Small Objects from Lerna (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Cincinnati 1967; University Microfilms International 67-15948).

E. C. Banks and R. Janko, “The Middle Helladic Small Finds, Including the Linear A Inscription,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 417-443.

H. Blitzer, “Middle to Late Helladic Chipped Stone Implements of the Southwest Peloponnese, Greece. Part I: The Evidence from Malthi,” Hydra 9(1991) 1-73.

H. Blitzer, “The Chipped Stone, Ground Stone, and Worked Bone Industries,” in W. A. McDonald and N. C. Wilkie (eds.), Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece II: The Bronze Age Occupation (Minneapolis 1992) 712-756.

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

B. Hartenberger and C. Runnels, “The Organization of Flaked Stone Production at Bronze Age Lerna,” Hesperia 70 (2001) 255-283.

P. N. Kardulias, “The Ecology of Bronze Age Flaked Stone Tool Production in Southern Greece: Evidence from Agios Stephanos and the Southern Argolid,” AJA 96(1992) 421-442.

P. N. Kardulias and C. Runnels, “The Lithic Artifacts: Flaked Stone and Other Nonflaked Lithics,” in C. Runnels, D. J. Pullen, and S. Langdon (eds.), Artifact and Assemblage: The Finds from a Regional Survey of the Southern Argolid, Greece I: The Prehistoric and Early Iron Age Pottery and the Lithic Artifacts (Stanford 1995) 74-139.

W. A. Parkinson and J. F. Cherry, “Pylos Regional Archaeological Project, Part VIII: Lithics and Landscapes: A Messenian Perspective,” Hesperia 79(2010) 1-51.

C. Runnels, “The Bronze-Age Flaked-Stone Industries from Lerna: a Preliminary Report,” Hesperia 54(1985) 357-391.

D. M. van Horn, Bronze Age Chipped Stone Tools from the Argolid of Greece and their Relation to Tools Manufactured from Other Materials (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1976).

D. M. van Horn, “A New Greek Bronze Age Chipped Stone Tool Type: the Denticulated Tranchet,” JFA 4(1977) 386-392.

T. F. Tartaron, E. Karimali, and C. Runnels, “Prolegomena to the Study of Bronze Age Flaked Stone in Southern Epirus,” 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) 819-826.

 

Miscellaneous Objects

E. C. Banks, The Early and Middle Helladic Small Objects from Lerna (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Cincinnati 1967; University Microfilms International 67-15948).

E. C. Banks and R. Janko, “The Middle Helladic Small Finds, Including the Linear A Inscription,” in W. D. Taylour and R. Janko (eds.), Ayios Stephanos: Excavations at a Bronze Age and Medieval Settlement in Southern Laconia [BSA Supplementary Volume 44] (London 2008) 417-443.

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

F. Blakolmer, “The Iconography of the Shaft Grave Period as Evidence for a Middle Helladic Tradition of Figurative Arts?,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 508-519.

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).

L. Rahmstorf, Kleinfunde aus Tiryns aus Terrakotta, Stein, Bein und Glas/Fayence vornehmlich spätbronzezeitlicher Zeitstellung (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Heidelberg 2001).

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.

S. Voutsaki, “The Domestic Economy in Middle Helladic Asine,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 765-779.

 

Production, Trade, and External Contacts

G. Cadogan and K. Kopaka, “Coping with the Offshore Giant: Middle Helladic Interactions with Middle Minoan Crete,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 847-858.

I. D. Fappas, “Apo te Mese sten Ystere Epoche Chalkou: mia oikotechnike drasterioteta ston Boiotiko Orchomeno,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 713-719.

A. Gardeisen, “Approche comparative de contexts du Bronze Moyen égéen à travers les données de l’archéologie,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 721-732.

L. Girella, “MH III and MM III: Ceramic Synchronisms in the Transition to the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 859-873.

B. Horejs, “Transition from Middle to Late Bronze Age in Central Macedonia and its Synchronism with the ‘Helladic World’,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 183-199.

I. Nikolakopoulou, “Aspects of Interaction between the Cyclades and the Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 347-359.

G. Nordquist, “What about Production? Production in the Middle Helladic Frame,” in C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocket-book 143] (Jonsered 1997) 15-27.

P. Pavuk, “What Can Troia Tell Us About the MH Period in the Southern Aegean?,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 293-306.

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.

C. Zerner, “New Perspectives on Trade in the Middle and Early Late Helladic Periods on the Mainland,” 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) 39-56.

 

Religion

R. Hägg, “Did the Middle Helladic People Have Any Religion?,” Kernos 10(1997) 13-18.

M. Hielte-Stavropoulou, “The Horseshoe-shaped And Other Structures and Installations for Performing Rituals in Funeral Contexts in Middle Helladic and Early Mycenaean Times,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 103-112.

M. Hielte-Stavropoulou, “Traces of Ritual in Middle Helladic Funeral Contexts Including an Assessment of Geographical Location,” in M. Wedde (ed.), Celebrations [Papers from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 6] (Bergen 2004) 9-33.

A. Theodorou-Mavrommatidi, “Defining Ritual Action.  A Middle Helladic Pit at the Site of Apollo Maleatas in Epidauros,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 521-533.

A. Tranta-Nikoli, “Elements of Middle Helladic Religious Tradition and their Survival in Mycenaean Religion,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 545-548.

H. Whittaker, “Some Thoughts on Middle Helladic Religious Beliefs and Ritual and their Significance,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 535-543.

 

Thessaly, Macedonia, and Epirus in the Middle Bronze Age

V. Adrymi-Sismani, “To Dimini ste Mese Epoche Chalkou,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 301-313.

I. Aslanis, “Stoicheia architektonikes apo te mesochalke Makedonia: ta dedomena apo ton Ayio Mama Neas Olynthou,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 945-953.

L. P. Chatziangelakis, “Neotera anaskaphika dedomena tes Meses Epoches Chalkou sto Nomo Karditsas,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 315-329.

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

H. D. Hansen, Early Civilization in Thessaly (Baltimore 1933) 77-116.

E. Hanschmann, Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Argissa-Magula in Thessalien IV: Die mittlere Bronzezeit (Bonn 1981).

E. Hanschmann and V. Milojcic, Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Argissa-Magula in Thessalien III: Die frühe und beginnende mittlere Bronzezeit (Bonn 1976).

B. Horejs, “Transition from Middle to Late Bronze Age in Central Macedonia and its Synchronism with the ‘Helladic World’,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 183-199.

A. G. Hunter, The Bronze Age in Thessaly and its Environs with Special Reference to Mycenaean Culture (Ph.D. dissertation, Oxford University 1953).

J. Maran, Die deutschen Ausgrabungen auf der Pevkakia-Magula in Thessalien III: Die mittlere Bronzezeit (Bonn 1992).

J. Maran, “Zur mittelbronzezeitlichen Bebauungsschema auf der Pevkakia-Magula bei Volos,” in J-C. Decourt, B. Helly, and K. Gallis (eds.),  La Thessalie. Quinze années de recherches archéologiques, 1975-1990: Bilans et perspectives (Athens 1994) 205-210.

J. Maran, “Emulation of Aeginetan Pottery in the Middle Bronze Age of Coastal Thessaly: Regional Context and Social Meaning,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Ägina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 167-182.

A. Papanthimou, A. Pilali, and E. Papadopoulou, “Archontiko Yiannitson: A Settlement in Macedonia during the Late Third and Early Second Millennium B.C.,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 975-980.

T. J. Papadopoulos, “E epoche tou chalkou sten Epeiro,” Dodone 5(1976) 271- .

E. Poulaki-Pandermali, E. Kainaki, S. Koulidou, E. Papadopoulou, and A. Syros, “E Mese kai e arche tes Ysteres Epoches Chalkou sten perioche tou Makedonikou Olympou,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 987-993.

K. Psaraki and S. Andreou, “Regional Processes and Interregional Interactions in Northern Greece during the Early Second Millennium B.C.,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 995-1003.

L. Stephane and N. Merousis, “Anazetontas te Mese Epoche tou Chalkou ste Makedonia. Palies kai nees erevnes sten Emathia,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 981-986.

T. F. Tartaron, Bronze Age Landscapes and Society in Southern Epirus, Greece [BAR-IS 1290] (Oxford 2004).

T. F. Tartaron, E. Karimali, and C. Runnels, “Prolegomena to the Study of Bronze Age Flaked Stone in Southern Epirus,” 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) 819-826.

S. Triantaphyllou, “Aspects of Life Histories from the Bronze Age Cemetery at Xeropigado Koiladas, Western Macedonia,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 969-974.

A. J. B. Wace and M. S. Thompson, Prehistoric Thessaly (Cambridge 1912).

Ch. Ziota, “E dytike Makedonia sten ystere trite kai stis arches tes defteres chilietias p. Ch. Oi taphikes praktikes kai oi koinonikes tous diastaseis,” in A. Philippa-Touchais, G. Touchais, S. Voutsaki, and J. Wright (eds.), MESOHELLADIKA: The Greek Mainland in the Middle Bronze Age [BCH Supplement 52] (Paris 2010) 955-967.

Linguistic Concerns: The First Aegean Indo-Europeans, the Archaeology of Horses and Wheeled Vehicles, and the Arrival of the Greeks [see also “Indo-Europeans in Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Hypothesis” in Bibliography for Lesson 7]

J. Adams and M. Otte, “Did Indo-European Languages Spread before Farming?,” Current Anthropology 40(1999) 73-77.

F. R. Adrados, “The New Image of Indo-European, the History of a Revolution,” Indogermanische Forschungen 97(1992) 5-28.

D. W. Anthony, “The ‘Kurgan Culture’, Indo-European Origins, and the Domestication of the Horse: a Reconsideration,” Current Anthropology 27(1986) 291-304.

D. W. Anthony, “The Archaeology of Indo-European Origins,” JIES 19(1991) 193-222.

D. W. Anthony, “Horse, Wagon and Chariot: Indo-European Languages and Archaeology,” Antiquity 69(1995) 554-565.

D. W. Anthony, The Horse, the Wheel, and Language: How Bronze Age Riders from the Eurasian Steppes Shaped the Modern World (Princeton 2007).

T. G. Antikas, “The Honor to be Buried with Horses from Mycenaean Nemea to Macedonian Vergina,” in A. Gardeisen (ed.), Les équides dans le monde méditerranéen antique (Lattes 2005) 143-151.

Q. D. Atkinson and R. D. Gray, “How Old Is the Indo-Europea Language Family? Illumination or More Moths to the Flame?,” in P. Forster and C. Renfrew (eds.), Phylogenetic Methods and the Prehistory of Languages (Cambridge 2006) 91-109.

J. G. P. Best and Y. Yadin, The Arrival of the Greeks (Amsterdam 1973).

C. W. Blegen, “The Coming of the Greeks II: The Geographical Distribution of Prehistoric Remains in Greece,” AJA 32(1928) 146-154.

R. Blench and M. Spriggs (eds.), Archaeology and Language I: Theoretical and Methodological Orientations (London/New York 1997).

J. Boessneck and A. von den Driesch, “Die zoologische Dokumentation der Reste von vier Pferden und einem Hund aus einem mykenischen Schachtgrab in Kokla bei Argos (Peloponnes),” Spixiana 7:3 (1984) 327-333.

I. Bradfer-Burdet, “Harnachement et parure des chevaux: esquisse d’un protocole official à l’époque mycénienne,” in A. Gardeisen (ed.), Les équides dans le monde méditerranéen antique (Lattes 2005) 77-93.

O. Carruba, “L’arrivo dei Greci, le migrazioni indoeuropee e il ‘Ritorno degli Eraclidi’,” Athenaeum 83(1995) 5-44.

J. Clutton-Brock, Horse Power (Cambridge 1992).

J. E. Coleman, “An Archaeological Scenario for the ‘Coming of the Greeks’ ca. 3200 B.C.,” JIES 28(2000) 101-153.

M. B. Cosmopoulos, “From Artifacts to Peoples: Pelasgoi, Indo-Europeans and the Arrival of the Greeks,” in R. Blench and M. Spriggs (eds.), Archaeology and Language III:  Artefacts, Languages and Texts (London/New York 1999) 249-256.

J. V. Day, Indo-European Origins: The Anthropological Evidence (Washington D.C. 2001).

A. Dolgopolsky, “The Indo-European Homeland and Lexical Contacts of Proto-Indo-European with Other Languages,” Mediterranean Language Review 3(1988) 7-31.

A. Dolgopolsky, “More about the Indo-European Homeland Problem,” Mediterranean Language Review 6-7(1993) 230-246.

R. Drews, The Coming of the Greeks: Indo-European Conquests in the Aegean and the Near East (Princeton 1988).

R. Drews, “PIE Speakers and PA Speakers,” JIES 25(1997) 153-177.

R. Drews (ed.), Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family [JIES Monograph 38] (Washington D.C. 2001).

R. Drews, “Proto-Anatolian, Proto-Indo-Hittite, and Beyond,” in R. Drews (ed.), Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family [JIES Monograph 38] (Washington D.C. 2001) 248-283.

C. Ehret, “Language Change and the Material Correlates of Language and Ethnic Shift,” Antiquity 62(1988) 564-574.

A. Fick, Vorgriechische Ortsnamen (Göttingen 1905).

M. Finkelberg, “Royal Succession in Heroic Greece,” CQ 41(1991) 303-316.

M. Finkelberg, “Anatolian Languages and Indo-European Migrations to Greece,” Classical World 91(1997) 3-20.

T. V. Gamkrelidze and V. V. Ivanov, Indo-European and the Indo-Europeans (Mouton 1995).

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V. I. Georgiev, “The Arrival of the Greeks in Greece: The Linguistic Evidence,” in R. A. Crossland and A. Birchall (eds.), Bronze Age Migrations in the Aegean (Park Ridge 1974) 243-253.

M. A. Gimbutas, The Kurgan Culture and the Indo-Europeanization of Europe: Selected Articles from 1952-1993 (Washington D.C. 1997).

R. D. Gray amd Q. D. Atkinson, “Language-tree Divergence Times Support the Anatolian Theory of Indo-European Origin,” Nature 426(2003) 435-439.

J. B. Hainsworth, “Some Observations on the Indo-European Placenames of Greece,” in Acta of the 2nd International Colloquium on Aegean Prehistory (Athens 1972) 39-42.

J. B. Haley, “The Coming of the Greeks I: The Geographical Distribution of Pre-Greek Place Names,” AJA 32(1928) 141-145.

N. G. L. Hammond, Migrations and Invasions in Greece and Adjacent Areas (Park Ridge 1976).

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D. A. Hester, “Pre-Greek Place Names in Greece and Asia Minor,” Revue hittite et asianique 15(1957) 107-119.

D. A. Hester, “‘Pelasgian’: A New Indo-European Language?,” Lingua 13(1965) 335-384.

A. Heubeck, Praegraeca. Sprachliche Untersuchungen zum vorgriechish-indogermanischen Substrat (Erlangen 1961).

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J. T. Hooker, Mycenaean Greece (Boston 1976) 11-33.

J. T. Hooker, “The Coming of the Greeks,” Historia 15(1976) 129-145.

J. T. Hooker, The Coming of the Greeks (Claremont 1999).

E. Kosmetatou, “Horse Sacrifices in Greece and Cyprus,” JPR 7(1993) 31-41.

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P. Kretschmer, “Die vorgriechischen Sprach- und Volksschichten,” Glotta 28(1940) 231-279; 30(1943) 84-218.

K. Kristiansen, “What Language Did Neolithic Pots Speak? Colin Renfrew’s European Farming-Language-Dispersal Model Challenged,” Antiquity 79(2005) 679-691.

J. P. Mallory, In Search of the Indo-Europeans: Language, Archaeology and Myth (London 1989).

J. P. Mallory, “The Homelands of the Indo-Europeans,” in R. Blench and M. Spriggs (eds.), Archaeology and Language I: Theoretical and Methodological Orientations (London/New York 1997) 93-121.

J. P. Mallory and D. Q. Adams, The Oxford Introduction to Proto-Indo-European and the Proto-Indo-European World (Oxford 2006).

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A. Martinet, “The Indo-Europeans and Greece,” Diogenes 145(1989) 1-16.

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M. Meier-Brügger, “Griechen in Griechenland: Einwanderung oder Autochthonie? Gibt es Anhaltspunkte für eine Entscheidung aus dem altgriechiscen Wortshcatz?,” in F. Lang, C. Reinholdt, and J. Weilhartner (eds.), STEPHANOS ARISTEIOS. Archäologische Forschungen zwischen Nil und Istros: Festschrift für Stefan Hiller zum 65. Geburtstag (Vienna 2007) 187-190.

N. J. Merpert, “Ethnocultural Change in the Balkans on the Border between the Eneolithic and the Early Bronze Age,” in S. N. Skomal and E. G. Poloné (eds.), Proto-Indo-European: The Archaeology of a Linguistic Problem (Washington D.C. 1987) 122-135.

A. Morpurgo Davies, “The Linguistic Evidence: Is There Any?,” in G. Cadogan (ed.), The End of the Early Bronze Age in the Aegean (Leiden 1986) 125-137.

J. D. Muhly, “On the Shaft Graves at Mycenae,” in M. A. Powell, Jr. and R. H. Sack (eds.), Studies in Honor of Tom B. Jones (Neukirchen-Vluyn 1979) 311-323.

J. Nichols, “The Epicentre of the Indo-European Linguistic Spread,” in R. Blench and M. Spriggs (eds.), Archaeology and Language I: Theoretical and Methodological Orientations (London/New York 1997)122-148.

J. Nichols, “The Eurasian Spread Zone and the Indo-European Dispersal,” in R. Blench and M. Spriggs (eds.), Archaeology and Language II: Archaeological Data and Linguistic Hypotheses (London/New York 1998) 220-266.

L. R. Palmer, The Greek Language (London 1980).

G. Rachet, “L’arrivée des Indo-Européens en Grèce et en Asie Antérieure,” Arheologia Moldovei 11 (1987) 51-64.

D. S. Reese, “Equid Sacrifices/Burials in Greece and Cyprus: An Addendum,” JPR 9(1995) 35-42.

C. Renfrew, “Problems in the General Correlation of Archaeological and Linguistic Strata in Prehistoric Greece: the Model of Autochthonous Origin,” in R. A. Crossland and A. Birchall (eds.), Bronze Age Migrations in the Aegean (Park Ridge 1974) 263-276.

C. Renfrew, Archaeology and Language: The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins (London 1987).

C. Renfrew, “‘Ever in Process of Becoming’: The Autochthony of the Greeks,” in J. A. Koumoulides (ed.), The Good Idea: Democracy in Ancient Greece (New Rochelle 1995) 7-28.

C. Renfrew, “World Linguistic Diversity and Farming Dispersals,” in R. Blench and M. Spriggs (eds.), Archaeology and Language I: Theoretical and Methodological Orientations (London/New York 1997) 82-90.

C. Renfrew, “Word of Minos: the Minoan Contribution to Mycenaean Greek and the Linguistic Geography of the Bronze Age Aegean,” CAJ 8:2 (1998) 239-264.

C. Renfrew, “All the King’s Horses: Assessing Cognitive Maps in Later Prehistoric Europe,” in S. Mithen (ed.), Creativity in Human Evolution and Prehistory (London/New York 1998) 260-284.

C. Renfrew, “Time Depth, Convergence Theory, and Innovation in Proto-Indo-European: ‘Old Europe’ as a PIE Linguistic Area,” JIES 27 (1999) 257-293.

C. Renfrew, “The Anatolian Origin of Proto-Indo-European and the Autochthony of the Hittites,” in R. Drews (ed.), Greater Anatolia and the Indo-Hittite Language Family [JIES Monograph 38] (Washington D.C. 2001) 36-63.

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R. A. van Royen and B. H. Isaac, The Arrival of the Greeks.The Evidence of the Settlements (Amsterdam 1979).

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A. Sherratt, “Echoes of the Big Bang: The Historical Context of Language Dispersal,” in K. Jones-Bley et al. (eds.), Proceedings of the Tenth Annual UCLA Indo-European Conference, Los Angeles 1998 (Washington D.C. 1999) 261-282.

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M. R. Stefanovich, “Can Archaeology and Historical Linguistics Coexist? A Critical Review of Colin Renfrew’s Archaeology and Language – The Puzzle of Indo-European Origins,” Mankind Quarterly 30(1989) 129-158.

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