Lesson 18: Bibliography

The Nature and Extent of Neopalatial Minoan Influence in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Worlds

[Updated February 2012]

  1. Colloquia, Symposia, and Festschriften
  2. Minoan Foreign Relations During the Neopalatial, Final Palatial, and Post-Palatial Periods
    1. Minoan Trade and Exchange: General
    2. Minoan Metrology
    3. The Minoan Thalassocracy
    4. Minoan External Relations: The Greek Mainland
    5. Minoan External Relations: The Cyclades, Kythera, and Minoan Colonialism
    6. Minoan External Relations: The Dodecanese
    7. Minoan External Relations: Anatolia
    8. Minoan External Relations: The Northern Aegean
    9. Minoan External Relations: Cyprus
    10. Minoan External Relations: Egypt
    11. Minoan External Relations: The Levant
    12. Minoan External Relations: Italy and the Central Mediterranean
    13. Neopalatial Texts and Sealing Systems
    14. Minoan Survivals in Classical Greek Culture
  3. Monopalatial Crete (LM II-IIIA1)
    1. Synthetic Treatments of the Monopalatial Era
    2. Knossos and the Surrounding Town in the Late Minoan II – III Periods
    3. The Warrior Graves of Knossos, Katsambas, Archanes, and Phaistos
    4. Sites Other than Knossos during the LM II – IIIA1 Periods
    5. The Palace Style and LM II-IIIA1 Ceramics
    6. Survivals of Minoan Neopalatial Forms in the Monopalatial and Final Palatial Eras
    7. Linear B and the Late Minoan III Economic, Religious, Political, and Social Order
    8. The Mycenaean Presence on Crete during the Monopalatial Era
  4. Final Palatial Crete (LM IIIA2-IIIB)
    1. Synthetic Treatments of the Period
    2. Settlements
    3. Tholoi, Chamber Tombs, and Burial Customs
    4. Architecture
    5. Pottery and Terracotta Larnakes
    6. Figurines and Ivories
  5. Linear B Texts from Contexts Later than LM IIIA2

 


 

Colloquia, Symposia, and Festschriften

 

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

A. Aslan, S. Blum, G. Kastl, F. Schweizer, and D. Thumm (eds.), Mauerschau: Festschrift für Manfred Korfmann  II (Remshalden-Grünbach 2002).

P. Åström (ed.), High, Middle or Low? [Acts of an International Colloquium on Absolute Chronology, Gothenburg, 20-22 August 1987] I-III (Göteborg 1987, 1987, 1989).

B. Avunç (ed.), Studies in Honor of Hayat Erkanal (Istanbul 2006).

M. S. Balmuth and R. H. Tykot (eds.), Sardinian and Aegean Chronology: Towards the Resolution of Relative and Absolute Dating in the Mediterranean (Oxford 1998).

J. Bennet and J. Driessen (eds.), A-NA-QO-TA. Studies on Mycenaean Society and Economy Presented to J. T. Killen [Minos 33-34] (Salamanca 1998).

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).

P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007).

I. Boehm and S. Müller Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne. Approches épigraphique, linguistique et archéologique (Lyon 2010).

I. Bradfer, B. Detournay, and R. Laffineur (eds.), KRES TECHNITES: L’artisan crétois: Recueil d’articles en l’honneur de Jean-Claude Poursat, publié à l’occasion des 40 ans de la découverte du Quartier Mu [Aegaeum 26] (Liège/Austin 2005).

G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004).

Centre Gustave Glotz, Aux origines de l’hellénisme: Hommage à Henri van Effenterre (Paris 1984).

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

E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998).

E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006).

A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005).

P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985).

W. V. Davies and L. Schofield (eds.), Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant (London 1995).

J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997).

D. Evely, H. Hughes-Brock, and N. Momigliano (eds.), Knossos: A Labyrinth of History (Oxford 1994).

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

N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean [SIMA 90] (Jonsered 1991).

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 N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984).

D. A. Hardy, C. Doumas, J. A. Sakellarakis, and P. M. Warren (eds.), Thera and the Aegean World III (London 1990).  <abbreviated below as TAW III>

A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000).

A. Karetsou, M. Andreadaki-Vlasaki, and N. Papadakis (eds.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion: Katalogos (Heraklion 2000).

O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010).

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

R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999).

R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991).

R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005).

R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001).

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

V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli (Rome 1999).

C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009).

S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007).

C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000).

J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997).

L. Rocchetti (ed.), Sybrita. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro [Incunabula Graeca 96] (Rome 1994).

Eilapine. Tomos timetikos yia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Heraklion 1987).

MINOAN FOREIGN RELATIONS DURING THE NEOPALATIAL, FINAL PALATIAL, AND POST-PALATIAL PERIODS

 

Minoan Trade and Exchange: General

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

E. F. Bloedow, “Itinerant Craftsmen and Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 439-447.

K. Branigan, “Minoan Foreign Relations in Transition,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze moyen au Bronze récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 65-71.

C. Broodbank, “Minoanisation,” Proceedings of the Cambridge Philosophical Society 50(2004) 46-91.

S. Cappel, “Considerations on Sealing Practice and Agency in Minoan Crete and the Eastern Mediterranean ion the 2nd Millennium BC,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 89-100.

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.

E. H. Cline, Sailing the Wine-Dark Sea: International Trade and the Bronze Age Aegean [BAR-IS 591] (Oxford 1994).

E. H. Cline, “Tinker, Tailor, Soldier, Sailor: Minoans and Mycenaeans Abroad,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, POLITEIA. Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) I: 265-287.

E. Cline, “A Wrinkle in Time: Orientalia and the Mycenaean Occupation(s) of Crete,” in J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997) 163-167.

E. H. Cline, “The Nature of the Economic Relations of Crete with Egypt and the Near East during the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 115-144.

E. H. Cline, “The Multivalent Nature of Imported Objects in the Ancient Mediterranean World,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 45-51.

J. L. Crowley, The Aegean and the East [SIMA Pocket-book 51](Jonsered 1989).

N. Cucuzza, “La Messarà minoenne entre Orient et Occident,” in J.-P. Le Bihan and J.-P. Guillaumet (eds.), Routes du monde et passages obligés (Quimper 2010) 85-100.

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

K. Kopaka, “Emporoi on the Mediterranean Fringe: Trading for a Living on the Small Islands of Crete,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 91-101.

G. Kopcke, “The Cretan Palaces and Trade,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 255-259.

R. Laffineur, “Imports/Exports in the Eastern Mediterranean: For a Specific Methodology,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 53-58.

E. M. Melas, “Minoans Overseas: Alternative Models of Interpretation,” Aegaeum 2(1988) 47-70.

W-D. Niemeier, “Creta, Egeo e Mediterraneo agli inizi di bronzo tardo,” in M. Marazzi, S. Tusa, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Traffici micenei nel Mediterraneo: problemi storici e documentazione archeologica (Taranto 1986) 245-270.

C. Renfrew, “Who Were the Minoans? Towards a Population History of Crete,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 1-27.

C. G. Reynolds, “The Maritime Character of Minoan Civilization,” The American Neptune 56(1996) 315-351.

A. Simandiraki-Grimshaw, “Religious Exchanges between Minoan Crete and its Neighbours : Methodological Considerations,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 79-88.

Z. A. Stos-Gale, “Minoan Foreign Relations and Copper Metallurgy in MM III – LM III Crete,” in A. Shortland (ed.), The Social Context of Technological Change (Oxford 2001) 195-210.

I. Strøm, “Aspects of Minoan Foreign Relations, LM I-LM II,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 191-195.

S. Voutsaki, “Value and Exchange in Pre-Monetary Societies: Anthropological Debates and Aegean Archaeology,” Hydra 10(1992) 42-53.

P. Warren, “Minoan Stone Vases as Evidence for Minoan Foreign Connexions in the Aegean Late Bronze Age,” PPS 33(1967) 37-56.

L. V. Watrous, “Late Bronze Age Kommos: Imported Pottery as Evidence for Foreign Contacts,”  in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), A Great Minoan Triangle in South-central Crete: Kommos, Hagia Triadha, Phaistos [Scripta Mediterranea 6] (Toronto 1985) 7-18.

J. Weingarten, “Late Bronze Age Trade within Crete: The Evidence of Seals and Sealings,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean [SIMA 90] (Jonsered 1991) 303-324.

M. H. Wiener, “Trade and Rule in Palatial Crete,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 261-266.

M. Wiener, “The Nature and Control of Minoan Foreign Trade,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean [SIMA 90] (Jonsered 1991) 325-350.

 

Minoan Metrology

M. E. Alberti, “Ayia Irini: les poids de balance dans leur contexte,” Quaderni ticinesi di numismatica e antichità classiche 24(1995) 9-37.

M. E. Alberti, “A Stone or Weight? The Tale of the Fish, the Melon and the Balance,” AIIN 45(1998) 9-22.

M. E. Alberti, “Il sistema ponderale egeo tra omogeneità e disontinuità tra il mondo minoico e quello miceneo,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli [Rome 1999] 339-350.

M. E. Alberti, “Les poids de Malia entre les premiers et les seconds palais: un essai de mise en contexte,” BCH 124(2000) 57-73.

M. E. Alberti, “Weighting and Dying between East and West: Weighing Materials from LBA Aegean Funerary Contexts,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 277-284.

M. E. Alberti, “I sistemi ponderali dell’Egeo nell’età del bronzo. Studi, storia, pratica e contatti,” Annuario 81(2003) [2005] 597-640.

M. E. Alberti, “Changing in Time: Some Aspects of the Aegean and Cypriot Balance Weights,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 315-340.

M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, N. Parise, and L. Peyronel, “Weights in Context. Current Approaches to the Study of the Ancient Weight Systems,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 1-8.

M. E. Alberti and N. Parise, “Towards an Unification of Mass-Units between the Aegean and the Levant,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 381-391.

T. Brogan, “Tipping the Scales: Evidence for Weight Measurement from the Wider Neopalatial Community at Mochlos,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 265-292.

A. Michailidou, “The Lead Weights from Akrotiri: The Archaeological Record,” TAW  III.1 (1990) 407-419.

A. Michailidou, “Systems of Weight and Relations of Production in Late Bronze Age Crete,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 87-114.

A. Michailidou, “O zygos ste zoe ton katoikon tou Aigaiou kai tes Aigyptou,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 128-149.

A. Michailidou, “O zygos ste zoe ton katoikon tou Aigaiou kai tes Aigyptou,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 128-149.

A. Michailidou (ed.), Manufacture and Measurement. Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies (Athens 2001).

A. Michailidou, “Measuring Weight and Value in Bronze Age Economies in the Aegean and the Near East: A Discussion on Metal Axes of No Practical Use,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 301-314.

A. Michailidou, “On the Minoan Economy: A Tribute to ‘Minoan Weights and Mediums of Currency’ by Arthur Evans,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [British School at Athens Studies 12] (London 2004) 311-321.

A. Michailidou, Weight and Value in Pre-Coinage Societies: An Introduction (Athens 2005).

A. Michailidou, “Stone Balance Weights? The Evidence from Akrotiri on Thera,” in M. E. Alberti, E. Ascalone, and L. Peyronel, Weights in Context. Bronze Age Weighing Systems of the Eastern Mediterranean: Chronology, Typology, Material and Archaeological Contexts (Rome 2006) 233-263.

A. Michailidou, Weight and Value in Pre-Coinage Societies II: Sidelights on Measurement from the Aegean and the Orient (Athens 2008).

A. Michailidou, “Measuring by Weight in the Late Bronze Age Aegean: The People behind the Measuring Tools,” in I. Morley and C. Renfrew (eds.), The Archaeology of Measurement: Comprehending Heaven, Earth and Time in Ancient Societies (Cambridge 2010) 71-87.

J. Pakkanen, “Aegean Bronze Age Weights, Chaînes Opératoires and the Detecting of Patterns through Statistical Analyses,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 143-166.

K. Petruso, Systems of Weight in the Bronze Age Aegean (Ph.D. dissertation, Indiana University 1978).

K. M. Petruso, “Marks on Some Minoan Balance Weights and their Interpretation,” Kadmos 17(1978) 26-42.

K. M. Petruso, “Lead Weights from Akrotiri: Preliminary Observations,” TAW  I (1978) 547-553.

K. M. Petruso, “Reflections on Cycladic and Minoan Metrology and Trade,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 135-142.

K. M. Petruso, Keos VIII. Ayia Irini: The Balance Weights, An Analysis of Weight Measurement in Prehistoric Crete and the Cycladic Islands (Mainz 1992).

 

The Minoan Thalassocracy

C. Baurain, “Minos et la thalassocratie minoenne. Réflexions historiographiques sur la naissance d’un mythe,” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991) 255-266.

R. J. Buck, “The Minoan Thalassocracy Re-examined,” Historia 11(1962) 129-137.

J. L. Davis, “Cultural Innovation and the Minoan Thalassocracy,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 159-166.

C. Doumas, “The Minoan Thalassocracy and the Cyclades,” AA (1982) 5-14.

J. Driessen and C. F. MacDonald, The Troubled Island: Crete Before and After the Santorini Eruption [Aegaeum 17] (Liège/Austin 1997].

A. B. Knapp, “Thalassocracies in Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean Trade,” World Archaeology 24:3(1993) 332-347.

A. B. Knapp, “Mediterranean Bronze Age Trade: Distance, Power, and Place,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 193-207.

C. Laviosa, “The Minoan Thalassocracy, Iasos and the Carian Coast,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 183-185.

W.-D. Niemeier, “The End of the Minoan Thalassocracy,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 205-215.

W.-D. Niemeier, “When Minos Ruled the Waves: Knossian Power Overseas,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 393-398.

W.-D. Niemeier, “’Minoanisation’ versus ‘Minoan Thalassocracy’ – an Introduction,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 11-29.

C. G. Starr, “The Myth of the Minoan Thalassocracy,” Historia 3(1954-55) 282-291.

M. and H. Van Effenterre, “Menaces sur la Thalassocratie,” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991) 267-270.

M. Wiener, “The Isles of Crete?: The Minoan Thalassocracy Revisited,” TAW III.1(1990) 128-161.

 

Minoan External Relations: The Greek Mainland

P. P. Betancourt, “Discontinuity in the Minoan-Mycenaean Religions: Smooth Development or Disruptions and War?,”  in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 219-225.

E. Borgna, “Circolazaione della ceramica nello scambio cerimoniale tra mondo miceneo palaziale e Creta tardominoica: la prospettiva di Festòs nel TM III,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli (Rome 1999) 199-205.

J. Bouzek, “Mycenaean Greece and Minoan Crete: The Problem of Migrations,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 85-90.

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.

J. H. Crouwel and W.-D. Niemeier, “Eine knossische Palaststilscherbe mit Bukranion-Darstellung aus Mykene,” AA (1989) 5-10.

J. L. Crowley, “Minoan Influence on Mycenaean Art: Chronological Problems with the Prototypes,” in P. Åström (ed.), High, Middle or Low? III (Göteborg 1989) 124-141.

A. L. D’Agata, “Central Southern Crete and its Relations with the Greek Mainland in the Postpalatial Period,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 109-130 [with response by C. Shelmerdine (131-137) and discussion (139-143)].

E. N. Davis, The Vapheio Cups and Aegean Gold and Silver Ware (New York 1976).

K. Demakopoulou, “Crete and the Argolid in the LM II/LH IIB to IIIA1 Periods. Evidence from Kokla,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 101-112.

K. Demakopoulou, “Knossos and the Argolid: New Evidence from Midea,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 405-410.

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

O. T. P. K. Dickinson, “Cretan Contacts with the Mainland during the Period of the Shaft Graves,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 115-118.

O. Dickinson, “Minoans in Mainland Greece, Mycenaeans in Crete?,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 63-71.

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.

R. Hägg, “On the Nature of the Minoan Influence in Early Mycenaean Messenia,” Opuscula Atheniensia 14(1982) 27-37.

R. Hägg, “Degrees and Character of the Minoan Influence on the Mainland,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 119-122.

B. Hallager, “Mycenaean Pottery in Crete,”  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) 263-269.

S. Hiller, “Knossos and Pylos. A Case of Special Relationship?,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 73-83.

J. Hurwit, “The Dendra Octopus Cup and the Problem of Style in the Fifteenth Century Aegean,” AJA 83(1979) 413-426.

R. Janko, “A Stone Object Inscribed in Linear A from Ayios Stephanos, Laconia,” Kadmos 21(1982) 97-100.

G. S. Korres, “The Relations between Crete and Messenia in the Late Middle Helladic and Early Late Helladic Period,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984)

141-152.

J. Maran, “Late Minoan Coarse Ware Stirrup Jars on the Greek Mainland. A Postpalatial Perspective from the 12th Century B.C. Argolid,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 415-431 [with response by L. P. Day (433-439) and discussion (441-442)].

H. Matthäus, “Minoan Influence on the Greek Mainland during the Sixteenth Century B.C. and the Origins of Mycenaean Civilization,” TUAS 5(1980) 37-44.

P. A. Mountjoy and M. J. Ponting, “The Minoan Thalassocracy Reconsidered: Provenance Studies of LH IIA/LM IB Pottery from Phylakopi, Ay. Irini and Athens,” BSA 95(2000) 141-184.

W-D. Niemeier, “Zum Problem von Import und Imitation minoischer Keramik in frühmykenischer Zeit,” in Centre Gustave Glotz, Aux origines de l’hellénisme: Hommage à Henri van Effenterre (Paris 1984) 111-119.

B. Pålsson Hallager, “Mycenaean Pottery in LM IIIA1 Deposits at Khania, Western Crete,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 173-183.

B. P. Hallager, “The Synchronisms Mainland-West Crete in the LM IIIA2-IIIB Period,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 277-292 [with response by P. Mountjoy (293-295) and discussion (297-302)].

M. R. Popham, “Mycenaean-Minoan Relations between 1450 and 1400 B.C.,” BICS 23(1976) 119-121.

J. B. Rutter, “Southern Triangles Revisited: Lakonia, Messenia, and Crete in the 14th – 12th Centuries B.C.,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 17-50 [with response by O. T. P. K. Dickinson (51-58) and discussion (59-64)].

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Neopalatial and Later Bronze Age Eras” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 646-688 and 859-863.

T. L. Shear, Jr., “Minoan Influence on the Mainland: Variations of Opinion since 1900,” in A Land Called Crete. A Symposium in Memory of Harriet Boyd Hawes (Northampton 1967) 47-65.

J. E. Tomlinson, J. B. Rutter, and S. M. A. Hoffmann, “Mycenaean and Cypriot Late Bronze Age Ceramic Imports to Kommos: An Investigation by Neutron Activation Analysis,” Hesperia 79(2010) 191-231.

A. Van de Moortel, ““Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Protopalatial Era” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Protopalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 630-646 and 856-859.

H. Whittaker, “Religion and Power. The Nature of Minoan Influence on Early Mycenaean Religion,” Opuscula Atheniensia 27(2002) 151-157.

 

Minoan External Relations: The Cyclades, Kythera, and Minoan Colonialism

A. Bevan, “The Rural Landscape of Neopalatial Kythera: a GIS Perspective,” JMA 15(2002) 217-256.

A. Bevan, E. Kiriatzi, C. Knappett, E. Kappa, and S. Papachristou, “Excavation of Neopalatial Deposits at Tholos (Kastri), Kythera,” BSA 97(2002) 55-96.

K. Branigan, “Minoan Colonialism,” BSA 76(1981) 23-33.

C. Broodbank, “Kythera Survey: Preliminary Report on the 1998 Season,” BSA 94(1999) 191-214.

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

A. P. Chapin, “A Man’s World? Gender and Male Coalitions in the West House Miniature Frescoes,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 139-144.

J. N. Coldstream and G. L. Huxley (eds.), Kythera. Excavations and Studies Conducted by the University of Pennsylvania Museum and the British School at Athens (London 1972).

W. W. Cummer and E. Schofield, Keos III: Ayia Irini: House A (Mainz 1984).

J. L. Davis, “Minos and Dexithea: Crete and the Cyclades in the Later Bronze Age,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 143-157.

J. L. Davis, “Minoans and Minoanization at Ayia Irini, Keos,” TAW II (1980) 257-260.

J. L. Davis and E. Gorogianni, “Potsherds from the Edge: the Construction of Identities and the Limits of Minoanized Areas of the Aegean,” in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 339-348.

C. Doumas, “The Minoan Thalassocracy and the Cyclades,” AA (1982) 5-14.

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.

L. A. Hitchcock, “Blending the Local with the Foreign: Minoan Features at Ayia Irini, House A,” in  L. G. Mendoni and A. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Paris 1998) 169-174.

G. L. Huxley, “Kythera and the Minoan Maritime Economy,” in E. Acquaro et al. (eds.), Monumenti precoloniali nel Mediterraneo antico (Rome 1988) 65-71.

A. Karnava, “Written and Stamped Records in the Late Bronze Age Cyclades: the Sea Journeys of an Administration,“ in N. Brodie, J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew (eds.), ORIZON. A Colloquium on the Prehistory of the Cyclades (Cambridge 2008) 377-386.

E. Kiriatzi, “Sherds, Fabrics and Clay Sources: Reconstructing the Ceramic Landscapes of Prehistoric Kythera,” in R. Laffineur and K. Foster (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 123-130.

C. Knappett and I. Nikolakopoulou, “Exchange and Affiliation Networks in the MBA Southern Aegean: Crete, Akrotiri and Miletus,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 175-184.

C. Knappett and I. Nikolakopoulou, “Colonialism without Colonies? A Bronze Age Case Study from Akrotiri, Thera,” Hesperia 77(2008) 1-42.

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.

M. Marthari, “Middle Cycladic and Early Late Cycladic Cemeteries and their Minoan Elements: the Case of the Cemetery at Skarkos on Ios,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 41-58.

C. Morris and R. Jones, “The Late Bronze Age III Town of Ayia Irini and its Aegean Relations,” in L. G. Mendoni and A. Mazarakis Ainian (eds.), Kea – Kythnos. History and Archaeology (Paris 1998) 189-199.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Knossos and the Cyclades in Late Minoan IB,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 399-404.

P. A. Mountjoy and M. J. Ponting, “The Minoan Thalassocracy Reconsidered: Provenance Studies of LH

IIA/LM IB Pottery from Phylakopi, Ay. Irini and Athens,” BSA 95(2000) 141-184.

I. Nikolakopoulou, “’Beware Cretans Bearing Gifts’. Tracing the Origins of Minoan Influence at Akrotiri, Thera,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 31-39.

T. G. Palaima, “Linear A in the Cyclades: The Trade and Travel of a Script,” TUAS 7(1982) 15-22.

L. Preston, “Bringing in the Dead: Burials and the Local Perspective on Kythera in the Second Palace Period,” OJA 26(2007) 239-260.

C. Renfrew and W. Brice, “A Linear A Tablet Fragment from Phylakopi in Melos,” Kadmos 16(1977) 111-119.

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Neopalatial and Later Bronze Age Eras” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 646-688 and 859-863.

Y. Sakellarakis, “Minoan Religious Influence in the Aegean. The Case of Kythera,” BSA 91(1996) 81-99.

Y. Sakellarakis and J-P. Olivier, “Un vase en pierre avec inscription en linéaire A du sanctuaire de sommet minoen de Cythère,” BCH 118(1994) 343-351.

E. Schofield, “The Western Cyclades and Crete: a ‘Special Relationship’,” OJA 1(1982) 9-25.

E. Schofield, “Plus and Minus Thera: Trade in the Western Aegean in Late Cycladic I-II,” TUAS 7(1982) 9-14.

E. Schofield, “The Minoan Emigrant,” in O. Krzyszkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Cambridge 1983) 293-301.

E. Schofield, “Migration Theory and the Minoans,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 41-50.

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

A. Van de Moortel, ““Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Protopalatial Era” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Protopalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 630-646 and 856-859.

A. Van de Moortel, “Interconnections between the Western Mesara and the Aegean 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) 875-884.

M. H. Wiener, “Crete and the Cyclades in LM I: The Tale of the Conical Cups,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 17-26.

M. H. Wiener, “Conical Cups: From Mystery to History,” 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) 355-368.

 

Minoan External Relations: The Dodecanese

M. Benzi, “Evidence for a Middle Minoan Settlement on the Acropolis at Ialysos (Mt. Philerimos),” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 93-105.

J. L. Davis, “The Earliest Minoans in the South-East Aegean: a Reconsideration of the Evidence,” AS 32(1982) 33-41.

A. Furumark, “The Settlement at Ialysos and Aegean History c. 1550-1400 B.C.,” Opuscula Archaeologica 6(1950) 150-271.

D. Levi, “Iasos. Le campagne di scavo 1969-70,” Annuario 47-48(1969-70) 461-532.

E. M. Melas, “Minoan and Mycenaean Settlement in Kasos and Karpathos,” BICS 30(1983) 53-61.

E. M. Melas, “The Dodecanese and W. Anatolia in Prehistory: Interrelationships, Ethnicity and Political Geography,” AS 38(1988) 109-120.

L. Morricone, “Coo – Scavi e scoperte nel Serraglio e in località minori (1935-1943), Annuario 34-35(1972-73) 139-396.

A. Papagiannopoulou, “Were the S. E. Aegean Islands Deserted in the MBA?,” AS 35(1985) 85-92.

L. Papazoglou-Manioudaki, “Anaskaphe tou minoïkou oikismou sta Trianda tes Rodou,” AD 37A(1982) 139-190.

A. Sampson, “Minoïka apo ten Telon,” AAA 13(1980) 68-72.

S. Vitale and T. Hancock Vitale, “The Minoan and Mycenaean Expansion in the Dodecanese. The Evidence from the ‘Serraglio’ on Kos and its Theoretical Implications,” in K. Dziegielewski, M. S. Przybyla, and A. Gawlik (eds.), Migration in Bronze and Early Iron Age Europe (Krakow 2010) 63-85.

S. Vitale and T. Hancock Vitale, “Minoans in the Southeastern Aegean? The Evidence from the ‘Serraglio’ on Kos and its Significance,” in M. E. Alberti and S. Sabatini (eds.), Exchange Networks and Local Transformations. Interactions and Local Changes in Europe and the Mediterranean between Bronze and Iron Age (Oxford, forthcoming).

 

Minoan External Relations: Anatolia

J. Aruz, “Crete and Anatolia in the Middle Bronze Age: Sealings from Phaistos and Karahöyük,” in M. Mellink, E. Porada, and T. Özgüç (eds.), Aspects of Art and Iconography: Anatolia and its Neighbors. Studies in Honor of Nimet Özgüç (Ankara 1993) 35-54.

J. Aruz, “Central Anatolia and the Aegean (ca. 2650-1700 B.C.): Beads, Seals and Ivories – Enhancing the Case for Interaction,” in B. Avunç (ed.), Studies in Honor of Hayat Erkanal (Istanbul 2006) 48-58.

G. F. Bass, “An Enigma at Devil Creek: Seytan Deresi, Turkey,” in G. F. Bass (ed.), Beneath the Seven Seas: Adventures with the Institute of Nautical Archaeology (London 2005) 31-33.

M. Benzi, “Anatolia and the Eastern Aegean at the Time of the Trojan War,” in F. Montanari (ed.), Omero Tremila Anni Dopo [Storia e Letteratura. Raccolta di Studi e Testi 210] (Rome 2002) 343-405.

E. L. Brown, “Linear A on Trojan Spindlewhorls, Luvian-based WANAX at Cnossus,” in G. Schmeling and J. D. Mikalson (eds.), Qui miscuit utile dulci: Festschrift Essays for Paul Lachlan MacKendrick (Wauconda 1997) 51-68.

E. H. Cline, “The Nature of the Economic Relations of Crete with Egypt and the Near East during the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 115-144.

H. Erkanal and L. Keskin, “Relations between the Urla Peninsula and the Minoan World,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 97-110.

E. Jewell, The Archaeology and History of Western Antolia during the Second Millennium B.C. (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1974).

I. Kaiser, “Minoan Miletus. A View from the Kitchen,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 193-197.

I. Kaiser, “Miletus IV: The Locally Produced Coarse Wares,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 159-165.

C. Knappett and I. Nikolakopoulou, “Exchange and Affiliation Networks in the MBA Southern Aegean: Crete, Akrotiri and Miletus,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 175-184.

C. Laviosa, “The Minoan Thalassocracy, Iasos and the Carian Coast,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 183-185.

R. E. Margariti, The Seytan Deresi Wreck and the Minoan Connection in the Eastern Aegean (M.A. thesis, Texas A&M University 1998).

C. Mee, “Anatolia and the Aegean in the Late Bronze Age,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 137-146.

N. Momigliano, “Iasos and the Aegean Islands before the Santorini Eruption,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005). 217-225.

N. Momigliano, “Minoans at Iasos?,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 121-140.

B. and W.-D. Niemeier, “Projekt ‘Minoisch-mykenisches bis protogeometrisches Milet’: Zielsetzung und Grabungen auf dem Stadionhügel und am Athenatempel,” AA (1997) 189-248.

B. and W.-D. Niemeier, “The Minoans of Miletus,” 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) 543-554.

W.-D. Niemeier, “A Linear A Inscription from Miletus (MIL Zb1),” Kadmos 35(1996) 87-99.

W.-D. Niemeier, “The Minoans in the South-eastern Aegean and in Cyprus,” in V. Karageorghis and N. Stampolidis (eds.), Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus – Dodecanese – Crete 16th – 6th Century B.C. (Athens 1998) 29-47.

W.-D. Niemeier, “The Minoans and Mycenaeans in Western Asia Minor: Settlement, Emporia, or Acculturation,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 199-204.

W.-D. Niemeier, “Westkleinasien und die Ägäis von den Anfängen bis zur ionischen Wanderung: Topographie, Geschichte und Beziehungen nach dem archäologischen Befund und den hethitischen Quellen,” in J. Cobet, V. von Graeve, W.-D. Niemeier, K. Zimmermann (eds.) Frühes Ionien. Eine Bestandsaufnahme (Mainz 2007) 3-20.

W.-D. Niemeier, “Miletus IV: the Settlement and the Minoan Sanctuary of the Late Bronze Age. Abstract and Bibliography,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 157.

H. Parzinger, “Zur frühesten Besiedlung Milets,” IstMitt 39(1989) 415-431.

P. Pavúk, “Aegeans and Anatolians. A Trojan Perspective,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 269-277.

O. Pelon, “Crète et Anatolie: données maliotes,” in R. Lebrun (ed.), Acta Anatolica E. Laroche Oblata [Hethitica 8] (Louvain/Paris 1987) 381-392.

A. Raymond, “Importing Culture at Miletus: Minoans and Anatolians at Middle Bronze Age Miletus,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 185-191.

A. Raymond, “Minoanization at Miletus: The Middle Bronze Age Ceramics,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 221-229.

A. Raymond, “The MBA Hearths and Kiln at Miletus,” in B. Avunç (ed.), Studies in Honor of Hayat Erkanal (Istanbul 2006) 612-617.

A. Raymond, “Miletus in the Middle Bronze Age: An Overview of the Characteristic Features and Ceramics,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 143-157.

J. B. Rutter, “Southwestern Anatolian Pottery from Late Minoan Crete: Evidence for Direct Contacts between Arzawa and Keftiu?,” 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) 138-153.

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Neopalatial and Later Bronze Age Eras” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 646-688 and 859-863.

W. Schiering, “Die minoisch-mykenische Siedlung in Milet vor dem Bau der grossen Mauer,” IstMitt 25(1975) 9-15.

W. Schiering, “The Connections between the Oldest Settlement at Miletus and Crete,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 187-188.

W. Schiering, “Zu den Beziehungen zwischen der ältesten Siedlung von Milet und Kreta,” in W. Müller-Wiener (ed.), Milet 1899-1980. Ergebnisse, Probleme und Perspektiven einer Ausgrabung (Frankfurt 1986) 11-15.

T. Sipahi, “Eine althethitische Reliefvase vom Hüseyindede Tepesi,” IstMitt 50(2000) 63-85.

T. Sipahi, “New Evidence from Anatolia Regarding Bull-leaping Scenes in the Art of the Aegean and the Near East,” Anatolica 27(2001) 107-26.

P. Taracha, “Bull-leaping on a Hittite Vase. New Light on Anatolian and Minoan Religion,” Archaeologica Warsawa 53(2002) 7-20.

J. Vanschoonwinkel, “La Crète minoenne et l’Anatolie,” Cretan Studies 9(2003) 229-269.

W. Voigtländer, “The Bronze Age Settlement of Teichiussa,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 111-120.

 

Minoan External Relations: The Northern Aegean

C. Boulotis, “Koukonisi on Lemnos: Reflections on the Minoan and Minoanising Evidence,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 175-218.

H-G. Buchholz, “Doppeläxte und die Frage der Balkanbeziehungen des ägäischen Kulturkreises,” in A. G. Poulter (ed.), Ancient Bulgaria (Nottingham 1983) 43-134.

M. Cultraro, “Crete and the Islands of North Aegean before the Palaces: Reconsidering the Evidence of Poliochni, Lemnos,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 219-241.

M. Guzowska,, “Traces of Minoan Behavioural Patterns in the North-East Aegean,” in A. Aslan, S. Blum, G. Kastl, F. Schweizer, and D. Thumm (eds.), Mauerschau: Festschrift für Manfred Korfmann  II (Remshalden-Grünbach 2002) 585-594.

M. Guzowska, “En vogue Minoenne . . . On the Social Use of Minoan and Minoanizing Objects in Troia,” in C. F. Macdonald, E. Hallager, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), The Minoans in the Central, Eastern and Northern Aegean – New Evidence [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 8] (Athens 2009) 243-249.

D. Matsas, “Samothrace and the Northeastern Aegean: The Minoan Connection,” Studia Troica 1(1991) 159-179.

D. Matsas, “Minoan Long-Distance Trade: A View from the Northern Aegean,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, POLITEIA. Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) I: 235-247.

 

Minoan External Relations: Cyprus

S. Antoniadou, “Import-ant Aegeans in Cyprus: A Study on Aegean Imports in Late Bronze Age Non-mortuary Contexts in Cyprus,” in G. Vavouranakis (ed.), The Seascape in Aegean Prehistory [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 14] (Aarhus 2011) 235-250.

E. Banou, “Scheseis Kretes kai NA Mesogeiou kata ton 14o p. Ch. ai. Endeixeis yia emborikes antallages apo te melete tes kerameikes,” Pepragmena tou Z’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Rethymno 1995) A2: 649-664.

H.-G. Buchholz, Ugarit, Zypern und Ägäis: Kulturbeziehungen im zweiten Jahrtausend v. Chr. (Münster 1999).

G. Cadogan, “Cyprus and Crete c. 2000-1400 B.C.,” in Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium “The Relations between Cyprus and Crete, ca. 2000-500 B.C.” (Nicosia 1979) 63-68.

G. Cadogan, “The Aegean and Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age: It Takes Two to Tango,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 313-321.

H. W. Catling, “Minoan Metalwork at Palaikastro: Some Questions,” BSA 92(1997) 51-58.

H. W. Catling and V. Karageorghis, “Minoika in Cyprus,” BSA 55(1960) 109-127.

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

E. H. Cline, “The Nature of the Economic Relations of Crete with Egypt and the Near East during the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 115-144.

A. L. D’Agata, “Cult Activity on Crete and Cyprus at the End of the Late Bronze Age and the Beginning of the Early Iron Age. What Comparative Analysis Can Tell Us,” in V. Karageorghis, H. Matthäus, and S. Rogge (eds.), Cyprus: Religion and Society from the Late Bronze Age to the End of the Archaic Period (Bibliopolis 2005) 1-17.

J. F. Daniel, “Prolegomena to the Cypro-Minoan Script,” AJA 45(1941) 249-282.

L. Godart and A. Sacconi, “La plus ancienne tablette d’Enkomi et le Linéaire A,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium, “The Relations between Cyprus and Crete, ca. 2000-500 B.C.’” (Nicosia 1979) 128-133.

G. Graziadio, “La dinamica dei rapporti cipro-egei nei secoli XX-XIII a.C.: vecchi problemi e nuove ricerche,” Miscellanea in Memoria di Giuliano Cremonesi (Pisa 1995) 253-275.

G. Graziadio, “L’adozione della wishbone handle nell’Egeo: un aspetto trascurato dei rapporti cipro-egei,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli (Rome 1999) 365-377.

G. Graziadio, “The Relations between the Aegean and Cyprus at the Beginning of Late Bronze Age: An Overview of the Archaeological Evidence,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 323-334.

G. Graziadio, “Lusso e potere: le prime influenze artistiche egee sull’artigianato cipriota dell’età del Bronzo,” in B. Adembri (ed.), AEIMNESTOS: Miscellanea di Studi per Mauro Cristofani (Florence 2005) 2-14.

S. Hemingway, “Minoan Metalworking in the Postpalatial Period: a Deposit of Metallurgical Debris from Palaikastro,” BSA 91(1996) 213-252.

C. Lambrou-Phillipson, “Cypriot and Levantine Pottery from House AD Center at Pseira,” JOAS 2(1990) 1-10.

S. W. Manning and F. A. De Mita, Jr., “Cyprus, the Aegean, and Maroni Tsarroukas,” in Cyprus and the Aegean in Antiquity: From the Prehistoric Period to the 7th Century A.D. (Nicosia 1997) 103-141.

E. K. Mantzourani and A. J. Theodorou, “An Attempt to Delineate the Sea Routes between Crete and Cyprus during the Bronze Age,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), The Civilizations of the Aegean and their Diffusion in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean 2000-600 B.C. (Nicosia 1991) 38-56.

E. Masson, Cyprominoica: répertoires; documents de Ras Shamra; essais d’interprétation [SIMA 31:2] (Göteborg 1974).

E. Masson, “Une inscription peinte d’Enkomi en caractères chypro-minoens,” RDAC (1979) 210-213.

E. Masson,”Cypro-Minoan Inscriptions and Potters’ Marks,” in T. Dothan and A. Ben-Tor, Excavations at Ahtienou, Cyprus 1971-1972 [Qedem 16] (Jerusalem 1983) 121-123.

E. Masson, “Inscriptions et marques chypro-minoennes à Kition,” in V. Karageorghis, Excavations at Kition V, Part II: The Pre-Phoenician Levels (Nicosia 1985) 280-284.

E. Masson, “Marques chypro-minoennes à Maa-Paleokastro,” in V. Karageorghis and M. Demas, Excavations at Maa-Palaeokastro 1979-1986 (Nicosia 1988) 399-403.

W.-D. Niemeier, “The Minoans in the South-eastern Aegean and in Cyprus,” in V. Karageorghis and N. Stampolidis (eds.), Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus – Dodecanese – Crete 16th – 6th Century B.C. (Athens 1998) 29-47.

T. Palaima, “Cypro-Minoan Scripts: Problems of Historical Context,” in Y. Duhoux, T. G. Palaima, and J. Bennet (eds.), Problems in Decipherment (Louvain-la-Neuve 1989) 121-187.

T. G. Palaima, “Ideograms and Supplementals and Regional Interaction among Aegean and Cypriote Scripts,” Minos 24(1989) 29-54.

A. Panayotou-Triantaphyllopoulou, “Crète minoenne et Chypre: La transmission et la diffusion d’une écriture linéaire,” Cretan Studies 9(2003) 203-215.

I. Pini, “Kypro-Ägäische Rollsiegel. Ein Beitrag zur Definition und zum Ursprung der Gruppe,” JdI 95(1980) 77-108.

M. R. Popham, “Connections between Crete and Cyprus between 1300-1100 B.C.,” in Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium “The Relations between Cyprus and Crete, ca. 2000 – 500 B.C.“ (Nicosia 1979) 178-191.

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Neopalatial and Later Bronze Age Eras” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 646-688 and 859-863.

J. B. Rutter, “An Orientalizing Type of Minoan Rhyton from House X at Kommos,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 185-190.

J. S. Smith, “Writing Styles in Clay of the Eastern Mediterranean Late Bronze Age,” in N. C. Stampolidis and V. Karageorghis (eds.), PLOES . . . Sea Routes . . .: Interconnections in the Mediterranean 16th – 6th c. BC (Athens 2003) 277-289.

J. S. Smith, “International Style in Mediterranean Late Bronze Age Seals,” in N. C. Stampolidis and V. Karageorghis (eds.), PLOES . . . Sea Routes . . .: Interconnections in the Mediterranean 16th – 6th c. BC (Athens 2003) 291—302.

J. E. Tomlinson, J. B. Rutter, and S. M. A. Hoffmann, “Mycenaean and Cypriot Late Bronze Age Ceramic Imports to Kommos: An Investigation by Neutron Activation Analysis,” Hesperia 79(2010) 191-231.

 

Minoan External Relations: Egypt

J. Aruz, “Imagery and Interconnections,” Ägypten und Levante 5(1995) 33-48.

K. Aslanidou, “The Minoan Wall Paintings from Tell El-Dab’a/’Ezbet Helmi: The Life-size Male Figures,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 463-469.

E. J. W. Barber, “Aegean Ornaments and Designs in Egypt,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 13-16.

C. E. Barrett, “The Perceived Value of Minoan and Minoanizing Pottery in Egypt,” JMA 22(2009) 211-234.

D. Ben-Tor, “Chronological and Historical Implications of the Early Egyptian Scarabs on Crete,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 77-86.

M. Bernal, Black Athena. The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization I-II (New Brunswick 1987, 1991).

P. P. Betancourt, “Middle Minoan Objects in the Near East,” E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 5-11.

P. P. Betancourt, “Relations between the Aegean and the Hyksos at the End of the Middle Bronze Age,” in E. D. Oren (ed.), The Hyksos: New Historical and Archaeological Perspectives (Philadelphia 1997) 429-432.

P. P. Betancourt, “Egyptian Connections at Hagios Charalambos,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 449-453.

P. P. Betancourt and J. D. Muhly, “The Sistra from the Minoan Burial Cave at Hagios Charalambos,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 429-435.

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] (Sheffield 2004) 107-126.

M. Bietak, “Minoan Wall-paintings Unearthed at Ancient Avaris,” Egyptian Archaeology: Bulletin of the Egyptian Exploration Society 2(1992) 26-28.

M. Bietak, “Connections between Egypt and the Minoan World: New Results from Tell el-Dab’a/Avaris,” in W. V. Davies and L. Schofield (eds.), Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant (London 1995) 19-28.

M. Bietak, “‘Rich beyond the Dreams of Avaris: Tell el-Dab’a and the Aegean World – A Guide for the Perplexed’. A Response to Eric H. Cline,” BSA 95(2000) 185-205.

M. Bietak, “Minoan Presence in the Pharaonic Naval Base of Peru-nefer,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 11-24.

M. Bietak, J. Dorner, I. Hein, and P. Janosi, “Neue Grabungsergebnisse aus Tell el-Dab’a und ‘Ezbet Helmi im östlichen Nildelta 1989-1991,” Ägypten und Levante 4(1994) 9-80.

M. Bietak and N. Marinatos, “The Minoan Wall Paintings from Avaris,” Ägypten und Levante 5(1995) 49-62.

M. Bietak and N. Marinatos, “Avaris (Tell el-Dab’a) and the Minoan World,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 40-44.

M. Bietak, N. Marinatos, and C. Palyvou, “The Maze Tableau from Tell el-Dab’a,” in S. Sherratt (ed.), Proceedings of the First International Symposium “The Wall Paintings of Thera” I (Athens 2000) 77-88.

M. Bietak, N. Marinatos, and C. Palyvou, Taureador Scenes in Tell el-Dab’a (Avaris) and Knossos (Vienna 2007).

J. Bourriau and K. Eriksson, “A Late Minoan Sherd from an Early 18th Dynasty Context at Kom Rabi’a, Memphis,” in J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997) 95-120.

K. Branigan, “Crete, the Levant and Egypt in the Early Second Millennium B.C.,” in Pepragmena tou GDiethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1973) A: 23-27.

H. H. Brock, “Animal, Vegetable, Mineral: Some Evidence from Small Objects,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 120-127.

A. Brysbaert, “Common Craftsmanship in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age: Preliminary Technological Evidence with Emphasis on the Painted Plaster from Tell el-Dab’a, Egypt,” Ägypten und Levante 12(2002) 95-107.

A. Brysbaert, “A Technological Approach to the Painted Plaster of Tell el-Dab’a, Egypt: Microscopy and Scientific Analysis,” in M. Bietak, N. Marinatos, and C. Palyvou, Taureador Scenes in Tell el-Dab’a (Avaris) and Knossos (Vienna 2007) 151-162.

F. M. Carinci, “Western Messara and Egypt during the Protopalatial Period: A Minimalist View,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 31-37

E. Cline, “A Wrinkle in Time: Orientalia and the Mycenaean Occupation(s) of Crete,” in J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997) 163-167.

E. Cline, “Rich beyond the Dreams of Avaris: Tell el-Dab’a and the Aegean World – A Guide for the Perplexed,” BSA 93(1998) 199-219.

E. H. Cline, “The Nature of the Economic Relations of Crete with Egypt and the Near East during the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 115-144.

N. Cucuzza, “‘Egyptianizing’ Amphorae in Minoan Crete,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 101-106.

E. N. Davis, “The Egyptian Influence on Minoan Figure Painting,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 64-70.

P. M. Day, V. Kilikoglou, P. Quinn, and J. B. Rutter, “A World of Goods: Transport Jars and Commodity Exchange at the Late Bronze Age Harbor of Kommos, Crete,” Hesperia 80(2011) 511-558.

Y. Duhoux, Des Minoens en Égypte? ‘Keftiou’ et ‘les îles au milieu du Grand Vert’ (Louvain/Paris 2003).

E. Edel, “Die hieroglyphische Inschrift auf der Dioritstatuette des User aus Knossos,” in S. Israelit-Groll (ed.), Studies in Egyptology Presented to Miriam Lichtheim I (Jerusalem 1990) 122-133.

A. Evans, “The Early Nolotic, Libyan, and Egyptian Relations with Minoan Crete,” Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain and Ireland 55(1925) 199-228.

L. Fitton, S. Quirke, and M. Hughes, Northerners at Lahun: Neutron Activation Analysis of Minoan and Related Pottery in the British Museum [Lahun Studies 1] (London 1999).

D. Gill and J. Padgham, “One Find of Capital Importance’: A Reassessment of the Statue of User from Knossos,” BSA 100(2005) 41-59.

P. W. Haider, “Ägäer in ägyptischen Diensten zwischen ca. 1550 und 1200 vor Chr.,” Laverna 1(1990) 18-49.

P. W. Haider, “Minoan Deities in an Egyptian Medical Text,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 479-482.

W. Helck, Die Beziehungen Ägyptens und Vorderasiens zur Ägäis bis ins 7.Jahrhundert v. Chr. (Darmstadt 1979).

W. Helck and R. Drenkhahn, Die Beziehungen Ägyptens und Vorderasiens zur Ägäis bis ins 7.Jahrhundert v. Chr. [2nd ed.] (Darmstadt 1995).

M. Heltzer, “Cretans in Egypt,” Kadmos 27(1988) 167-169.

S. Hiller, “Zur Rezeption ägyptischer Motive in der minoischen Freskenkunst,” Ägypten und Levante 6(1996) 83-105.

S. Hiller, “Egyptian Elements on the Hagia Triada Sarcophagus,” 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) 361-369.

S. Hiller, “Egypt, Crete, and the Peloponnese in the 15th and 14th Centuries B.C.,” in V. Mitsopoulou-Leon (ed.), Forschungen in der Peloponnes. Akten des Symposions anlässlich der Feier ‘100 Jahre Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut Athen’ (Athens 2001) 263-272.

S. Hiller, “Spätminoische Pyxiden aus SM II/IIIA:1 und die Fresken aus dem Palast von Amenophis III in Malkata (Theben West),” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 149-165.

S. Hood, “Crete, Syria and Egypt,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 21-23.

P. Janosi, “Die stratigraphische Position und Verteilung der minoischen Wandfragmente in den Grabungsplätzen H/I und H/IV von Tell el-Dab’a,” Ägypten und Levante 5(1995) 63-72.

H. J. Kantor, “The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium B.C.,” AJA 51(1947) 1-103.

B. J. Kemp, “The Discovery of the Painted Plaster Fragments at Malkata,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 45-46.

B. J. Kemp and R. S. Merrillees, Minoan Pottery in Second Millennium Egypt (Mainz 1980).

R. B. Koehl, “Minoan Rhyta Found in Egypt,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 94-100.

E. Kyriakidis, “Indications on the Nature of the Language of the Keftiw from Egyptian Sources,” Ägypten und Levante 12(2002) 211-219.

R. Laffineur, “From West to East: The Aegean and Egypt in the Early Late Bronze Age,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 53-67.

V. La Rosa, “To Whom Did the Queen Tiyi Scarab Found at Hagia Triada Belong?,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 86-93.

J. Leclant, “L’Égypte et l’Égée au second millénaire,” in E. De Miro, L. Godart, and A. Sacconi (eds.), Atti e memorie del secondo congresso internazionale di micenologia [Incunabula Graeca 98] (Rome 1996)  II: 613-625.

J. A. MacGillivray, “A Minoan Cup at Tell el-Dab’a,” Ägypten und Levante 5(1995) 81-84.

N. Marinatos, “On the Rhetoric of Egyptian and Minoan Art,” in P. J. Holliday (ed.), Narrative and Event in Ancient Art (Cambridge 1993) 74-87.

N. Marinatos, “The Tell el-Dab’a Paintings: A Study in Pictorial Tradition,” Ägypten und Levante 8(1998) 83-99.

H. Matthäus, “Representations of Keftiu in Egyptian Tombs and the Absolute Chronology of the Aegean Late Bronze Age,” BICS 40(1995) 177-194.

R. S. Merrillees, “Aegean Bronze Age Relations with Egypt,” AJA 76(1972) 281-294.

R. S. Merrillees, “Egypt and the Aegean,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 149-155.

R. S. Merrillees and J. Evans, “An Essay in Provenance: the Late Minoan IB Pottery from Egypt,” Berytus 28(1980) 1-45.

R. S. Merrillees and J. Winter, “Bronze Age Trade between the Aegean and Egypt. Minoan and Mycenaean Pottery from Egypt in the Brooklyn Museum,” Miscellanea Wilbouriana 1(1972) 101-133.

A. Michailidou, “O zygos ste zoe ton katoikon tou Aigaiou kai tes Aigyptou,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 128-149.

M. Mikrakis, “Mousike sten Krete kai ten Aigypto: ena idiaitero pedio anaptyxes politismikon desmon,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 162-169.

P. Militello, “Nilotic Models and Local Reelaboration: The Hagia Triada Example,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 78-85.

L. Morgan, “Minoan Painting and Egypt: The Case of Tell el-Dab’a,” in W. V. Davies and L. Schofield (eds.), Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant (London 1995) 29-53.

L. Morgan, “The Power of the Beast: Human-Animal Symbolism in Egyptian and Aegean Art,” Ägypten und Levante 7(1997) 17-31.

L. Morgan, “Feline Hunters in the Tell el-Dab’a Paintings: Iconography and Dating,” Ägypten und Levante 14(2004) 285-298.

L. Morgan, “Art and International Relations: The Hunt Frieze at Tell el Dab’a,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 249-258

L. Morgan, “Paintings, Harbors, and Intercultural Relations,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 117-129.

M. Nicolakaki-Kentrou, “Amenhotep III and the Aegean: New Evidence on Intimacy. The Painted Plaster Fragments from Site K at Malkata,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 47-51.

M. Nicolakaki-Kentrou, “Artists Exchanging Vocabularies: The Dot-Rosette Motif on Ceramics and Textiles of the 2nd Millennium BC in Egypt and the Aegean,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 361-385.

W.-D. and B. Niemeier, “Minoan Frescoes in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998)  69-97.

C. Obsomer, “Hérodote II 148 à l’origine du mot Labyrinthos? La Minotauromachie revisitée,” Cretan Studies 9(2003) 105-186.

M. Panagiotaki, “Crete and Egypt: Contacts and Relationships Seen through Vitreous Materials,” in  A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 154-161.

D. Panagiotopoulos, “Keftiu in Context: Theban Tomb-Paintings as a Historical Source,” OJA  20(2001) 263-283.

D. Panagiotopoulos, “Geschenk oder Handel? Zu den Gaben der Ägäischen Prozessionen in den Tebaischen Privatgräbern,” in A. Kyriatsoulis (ed.), Austausch von Gütern, Ideen und Technologien in der Ägäis und im östlichen Mittelmeer. Von der prähistorischen bis zu der archaischen Zeit (Weilheim 2008) 167-179.

J. D. S. Pendlebury, Aegyptiaca. A Catalogue of Egyptian Objects in the Aegean Area (Cambridge 1930).

J. Phillips, “Egypt in the Aegean During the Middle Kingdom,” in S. Schoske (ed.), Akten des Vierten Internationalen Ägyptologen Kongresses München IV (Hamburg 1985) 319-333.

J. Phillips, The Impact and the Implications of the Egyptian and Egyptianizing Objects Found in Bronze Age Crete ca. 3000 – 1100 B.C. (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Toronto 1991).

J. Phillips, “The Last Pharoahs on Crete: Old Contexts and New Readings,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 455-461.

J. Phillips, “Why? . . . And Why Not? Minoan Reception and Perceptions of Egyptian Influence,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 293-300.

J. Phillips, Aegyptiaca on the Island of Crete in Their Chronological Context: A Critical Review I-II (Vienna 2008).

J.-C. Poursat, “Malia et l’Égypte,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 29-30.

S. Quirke and L. Fitton, “An Aegean Origin for Egyptian Spirals?,” in J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997) 421-444.

P. Rehak, “Aegean Breechcloths, Kilts, and the Keftiu Paintings,” AJA 100(1996) 35-51.

P. Rehak, “Aegean Natives in the Theban Tomb Paintings: The Keftiu Revisited,”  in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998)  39-50.

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Neopalatial and Later Bronze Age Eras” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 646-688 and 859-863.

J. and E. Sakellarakis, “The Keftiu and the Minoan Thalassocracy,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 197-203.

M. C. Shaw, “Ceiling Patterns from the Tomb of Hepzefa,” AJA 74(1970) 25-30.

M. C. Shaw, “Bull-leaping Frescoes at Knossos and their Influence on the Tell el-Dab’a Murals,” Ägypten und Levante 5(1995) 91-120.

M. C. Shaw, “Anatomy and Execution of Complex Minoan Textile Patterns in the Procession Fresco from Knossos,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 52-63.

M. C. Shaw, “A Bull-leaping Fresco from the Nile Delta and a Search for Patrons and Artists,” AJA 113(2009) 471-477.

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J. Strange, Caphtor/Keftiu: A New Investigation (Leiden 1980).

I. Tzachili, “Aigyptiakes kai minoïkes endymasies: politismikes diaphores kai sympleromatikoteta,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 71-77.

C. Vandersleyen, “Keftiu: A Cautionary Note,” OJA  22(2003) 209-212.

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J. Vercoutter, “Égyptiens et Préhellènes, nouveaux pointes de vue,” in J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997) 463-470.

S. Wachsmann, Aegeans in the Theban Tombs (Louvain 1987).

G. A. Wainwright, “The Keftiu-People of the Egyptian Monuments,” Liverpool Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology 6(1914) 24-83.

P. M. Warren, “Egyptian Stone Vessels from the City of Knossos: Contributions towards Minoan Economic and Social Structure,” Ariadne [Aphieroma ston Styliano Alexiou] 5(1989) 1-9.

P. M. Warren, “A Merchant Class in Bronze Age Crete? The Evidence of Egyptian Stone Vases from the City of Knossos,” in N. H. Gale (ed.), Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean [SIMA 90] (Jonsered 1991) 295-301.

P. M. Warren, “Minoan Crete and Pharaonic Egypt,” in W. V. Davies and L. Schofield (eds.), Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant (London 1995) 1-18.

P. Warren, “Crete and Egypt: The Transmission of Relationships,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 24-28

P. Warren, “A Model of Iconographical Transfer. The Case of Crete and Egypt,” in I. Bradfer, B. Detournay, and R. Laffineur (eds.), KRES TECHNITES: L’artisan crétois: Recueil d’articles en l’honneur de Jean-Claude Poursat, publié à l’occasion des 40 ans de la découverte du Quartier Mu [Aegaeum 26] (Liège/Austin 2005) 221-227.

P. M. Warren, “The Date of the Thera Eruption in Relation to Aegean-Egyptian Interconnections and the Egyptian Historical Chronology,” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 305-321.

L. V. Watrous, “Late Bronze Age Kommos: Imported Pottery as Evidence for Foreign Contact,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), A Great Minoan Triangle in South-Central Crete: Kommos, Hagia Triadha, Phaistos [Scripta Mediterranea VI] (Toronto 1985) 7-18.

L. V. Watrous, “Egypt and Crete in the Early Middle Bronze Age: A Case of Trade and Cultural Diffusion,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 19-27.

M. Wedde, “The Intellectual Stowaway: On the Movement of Ideas within Exchange Systems: A Minoan Case Study,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 67-76.

J. Weingarten, The Transformation of Egyptian Taweret into the Minoan Genius: A Study in Cultural Transmission in the Middle Bronze Age (Partille 1991).

J. Weingarten, “Proportions and the Palaikastro Kouros: A Minoan Adaptation of the First Egyptian Proportional Canon,” in J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of

Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997) 471-481.

J. Weingarten, “The Transformation of Egyptian Taweret into the Minoan Genius,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 114-119.

J. Weingarten, “How Many Seals Make a Heap: Seals and Interconnections on Prepalatial Crete,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 759-766.

H-P. Wotzka, “The Abuse of User. A Note on the Egyptian Statuette from Knossos,” BSA 85(1990) 449-453.

J. G. Younger, “The Bull-leaping Scenes from Tell el-Dab’a,” AJA 113(2009) 479-480.

 

Minoan External Relations: The Levant

J. Aruz, “Syrian Seals and the Evidence for Cultural Interaction between the Levant and Crete,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 1-21.

M. C. Astour, “Ugarit and the Aegean, a Brief Summary of Archaeological and Epigraphic Evidence,” Alter Orient und Altes Testament 22(1973) 17-27.

E. Banou, “Scheseis Kretes kai NA Mesogeiou kata ton 14o p. Ch. ai. Endeixeis yia emborikes antallages apo te melete tes kerameikes,” Pepragmena tou Z’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Rethymno 1995) A2: 649-664.

D. Ben-Shlomo, E. Nodarou, and J. B. Rutter, “Transport Stirrup Jars from the Southern Levant: New Light on Commodity Exchange in the Eastern Mediterranean,” AJA 115(2011) 329-353.

M. Bernal, Black Athena. The Afroasiatic Roots of Classical Civilization I-II (New Brunswick 1987, 1991).

P. P. Betancourt, “Middle Minoan Objects in the Near East,” E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The

Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 5-11.

P. P. Betancourt, “The Legged Flask from Pseira,” in V. Karageorghis and N. Stampolidis (eds.), Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus – Dodecanese – Crete 16th – 6th Century B.C. (Athens 1998) 49-53.

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, “Crete, the Levant and Egypt in the Early Second Millennium B.C.,” in Pepragmena tou GDiethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1973) A: 23-27.

A. Brysbaert, “Cross-craft and Cross-cultural Interactions during the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Late Bronze Age,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 325-359.

H.-G. Buchholz, Ugarit, Zypern und Ägäis: Kulturbeziehungen im zweiten Jahrtausend v. Chr. (Münster 1999).

A. Caubet, “Ras Shamra et la Crète,” in Cinquantenaire d’Ougarit – Ras Shamra (Paris 1982) 17-22.

A. Caubet and V. Matoïan, “Ougarit et l’Égée,” in M. Yon, M. Sznycer, and P. Bordreuil (eds.), Le pays d’Ougarit autour de 1200 av. J.-C. [Ras Shamra-Ougarit 11] (Paris 1995) 99-112.

A. Caubet, “The International Style”: A Point of View from the Levant and Syria,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 105-111.

A. Caubet (ed.), L’acrobate au taureau, les découvertes de Tell el-Daba et l’archéologie de la Méditeranée orientale (1800-1400 avant J.-C.) (Paris 1999).

E. H. Cline, “The Nature of the Economic Relations of Crete with Egypt and the Near East during the Late Bronze Age,” in A. Chaniotis (ed.), From Minoan Farmers to Roman Traders: Sidelights on the Economy of Ancient Crete (Stuttgart 1999) 115-144.

E. H. Cline and A. Yasur-Landau, “Poetry in Motion: Canaanite Rulership and Aegean Narrative Art at Tel Kabri,” in S. P. Morris and R. Laffineur (eds.), EPOS. Reconsidering Greek Epic and Aegean Bronze Age Archaeology [Aegaeum 28] (Liège/Austin 2007) 157-166.

D. Collon, “Bull-leaping in Syria,” Ägypten und Levante 4(1994) 81-85.

C. Davaras and J. Soles, “A New Oriental Cylinder Seal from Mochlos. Appendix: Catalogue of the Cylinder Seals Found in the Aegean,” AE 134(1995) 29-66.

P. M. Day, V. Kilikoglou, P. Quinn, and J. B. Rutter, “A World of Goods: Transport Jars and Commodity Exchange at the Late Bronze Age Harbor of Kommos, Crete,” Hesperia 80(2011) 511-558.

M. Feldman, Luxury Goods from Ras Shamra-Ugarit and Their Role in the International Relations of the Eastern Mediterranean and Near East during the Late Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, Harvard University 1998).

M. Feldman, “Luxurious Forms: Redefining a Mediterranean ‘International Style’, ca. 1400-1200 B.C.E.,” Art Bulletin 84(2002) 6-29.

M. Feldman, Diplomacy by Design: Luxury Arts and an ‘International Style’ in the Ancient Near East, 1400-1200 BCE (Chicago 2006).

M. H. Feldman, “Frescoes, Exotica, and the Reinvention of the Northern Levantine Kingdoms during the Second Millennium B.C.E.,” in M. Heinz and M. H. Feldman (eds.), Representations of Political Power: Case Histories from Times of Change and Dissolving Order in the Ancient Near East (Winona Lake 2007) 39-65.

M. Feldman, “Qatnas Beziehungen zur Ägäis,” in M. Al-Maqdissi, D. Morandi Bonacossi, and R. Pfälzner (eds.), Schätze des Alten Syrien. Die Entdeckung des Königreichs Qatna (Stuttgart 2009) 251-253.

E. Fiandra, “Similarities and Differences in the Architectural Structures of the Palaces in Crete and Ugarit,” SMEA 39(1997) 49-73.

C. H. Gordon, “Ugarit and Caphtor,” Minos 3(1954) 126-132.

C. H. Gordon, Ugarit and Minoan Crete. The Bearing of Their Texts on the Origins of Western Culture (New York 1966).

M. Guichard, “Les mentions de la Crète à Mari,” in A. Caubet (ed.), L’acrobate au taureau, les découvertes de Tell el-Daba et l’archéologie de la Méditeranée orientale (1800-1400 avant J.-C.) (Paris 1999) 165-177.

V. Hankey and A. Leonard, Jr., “Aegean LB I and II Pottery in the East: ‘Who is the potter, pray, and who the pot?’,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998) 29-36.

M. Heltzer, “Sinaranu, Son of Siginu, and the Trade Relations between Ugarit and Crete,” Minos 23(1988) 7-13.

M. Heltzer, “The Trade of Crete and Cyprus with Syria and Mesopotamia and their Eastern Tin-Sources in the XVIII-XVII Century B.C.,” Minos 24(1989) 7-27.

L. A. Hitchcock, “Who Will Personally Invite a Foreigner, Unless He Is a Craftsman?’: Exploring Interconnections in Aegean and Levantine Architecture,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 691-699.

A. Højen Sørensen, “Approaching Levantine Shores. Aspects of Cretan Contacts with Western Asia during the MM – LM I Periods,” Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens 6(2009) 9-55.

S. Hood, “Crete, Syria and Egypt,” in A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion (Athens 2000) 21-23.

B. Jones, “The Clothes-Line: Imports and Exports of Aegean Cloth(es) and Iconography,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 707-715.

A. Kempinski, N. Scheftelowitz, and R. Oren, Tel Kabri: The 1986-1993 Excavation Seasons (Tel Aviv 2002).

H. J. Kantor, “The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium B.C.,” AJA 51(1947) 1-103.

M. Kochavi, “Some Connections between the Aegean and the Levant in the Second Millennium B.C.: A View from the East,” in G. Kopcke and I. Tokumaru (eds.), Greece between East and West: 10th to 8th Centuries B.C. (Mainz 1992) 7-15.

C. Lambrou-Phillipson, “Cypriot and Levantine Pottery from House AD Center at Pseira,” JOAS 2(1990) 1-10.

M. R. Lefkowitz and G. M. Rogers (eds.), Black Athena Revisited (Chapel Hill 1996).

E. Møller, “A Reevaluation of the Oriental Seals Found in Crete,” in J. G. P. Best and N. M. W. de Vries (eds.), Interaction and Acculturation in the Mediterranean I (Amsterdam 1980) 85-104.

B. and W.-D. Niemeier, “Aegean Frescoes in Syria-Palestine: Alalakh and Tel Kabri,” in S. Sherratt (ed.), Proceedings of the First International Symposium “The Wall Paintings of Thera” I (Athens 2000) 763-802.

B. and W.-D. Niemeier, “The Frescoes in the Middle Bronze Age Palace,” in A. Kempinski, N. Scheftelowitz, and R. Oren, Tel Kabri: The 1986-1993 Excavation Seasons (Tel Aviv 2002) 254-298.

W.-D. Niemeier, “Minoan Artisans Travelling Overseas: The Alalakh Frescoes and the Painted Plaster Floor at Tel Kabri (Western Galilee),” in R. Laffineur and L. Basch (eds.), THALASSA. L’Égée préhistorique et la mer [Aegaeum 7] (Liège 1991) 189-201.

W.-D. and B. Niemeier, “Minoan Frescoes in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in E. H. Cline and D. Harris-Cline (eds.), The Aegean and the Orient in the Second Millennium [Aegaeum 18] (Liège/Austin 1998)  69-97.

M. Novak and P. Pfälzner, “Ausgrabungen in Tell Mishrife-Qatna 2000,” MDOG 133(2001) 157-198.

C. Palyvou, “The Cosmopolitan Harbor Town of Ugarit and the ‘Aegean’ Aspects of its Architecture,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 31-47.

J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonion 1997).

I. Pini, “Mitanni-Rollsiegel des ‘Common Style’ aus Griechenland,” PZ 58(1983) 114-126.

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Neopalatial and Later Bronze Age Eras” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 646-688 and 859-863.

J. W. Shaw, “Two Three-holed Stone Anchors from Kommos, Crete: Their Context, Type and Origin,” IJNA 24(1995) 279-291.

W. S. Smith, Interconnections in the Ancient Near East (New Haven 1965).

J. S. Soles, “From Ugarit to Mochlos – Remnants of an Ancient Voyage,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 429-439.

J. Strange, Caphtor/Keftiu: A New Investigation (Leiden 1980).

L. V. Watrous, “Late Bronze Age Kommos: Imported Pottery as Evidence for Foreign Contact,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), A Great Minoan Triangle in South-Central Crete: Kommos, Hagia Triadha, Phaistos [Scripta Mediterranea VI] (Toronto 1985) 7-18.

 

Minoan External Relations: Italy and the Central Mediterranean

L. Alberti, “La tazza di Punta le Terrare non è stipple (e forse non è neppure una tazza),” SMEA 46(2004) 121-125.

F. Blakolmer, “Relations between Prehistoric Malta and the Aegean: Myth and Reality,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] 653-662.

H-G. Buchholz, “The Problem of Minoan Relations with the West at the Beginning of the Late Bronze Age,” TUAS 5(1980) 45-60.

F. Campus and V. Leonelli, La tipologia della ceramica nuragica: Il materiale edito (Viterbo 2000).

M. L. F. Ceruti, L. Vagnetti, and F. Lo Schiavo, “Minoici, Micenei e Ciprioti in Sardegna nella seconda meta del II millennio a. C.,” in M. Balmuth (ed.), Studies in Sardinian Archaeology III (Oxford 1987) 7-38.

R. Guglielmino, “Rocavecchia: nuove testimonianze di relazioni con l’Egeo e il Mediterraneo orientale,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 637-651.

R. Guglielmino, “Alcune considerazioni sul ruolo di Roca nei rapporti tra Creta e l’Italia nel II millennio a.C.,” Creta Antica 9(2008) 27-45.

R. Guglielmino, “Alcuni riflessioni sui rapporti tra Creta e l’Italia nell’Età del Bronzo,” in Studi in onore di Vincenzo La Rosa (Catania 2011)      .

R. Guglielmino and C. Pagliara, “Rocavecchia (LE): testimonianze di rapporti con Creta nell’età del bronzo,” in R. Peroni (ed.), Studi in Protostoria in Onore di Renato Peroni (Florence 2006) 117-124.

B. P. Hallager, “Crete and Italy in the Late Bronze Age III Period,” AJA 89(1985) 293-305.

R. Jung, “Pote? Quando? Wann? Quand? When? Translating Italo-Aegean Synchronisms,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 473-484.

V. La Rosa, “Pour une réflexion sur le problème de la première presence égéenne en Sicile,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 571-583.

M. Marazzi and S. Tusa, “Egei in Occidente. Le piu antiche vie maritime alla luce dei nuovi scavi sull’isola di Pantelleria,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 599-609.

B. Pålsson Hallager, “A New Social Class in Late Bronze Age Crete: Foreign Traders in Khania,” in O. Krzyszkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 111-119.

B. Pålsson Hallager, “Crete and Italy in the Late Bronze Age III Period,” AJA 89(1985) 293-305.

R. Peroni and F. Trucco (eds.), Enotri e Micenei nella Sibaritide I-II (Taranto 1994).

M. Pincherle, La civiltà minoica in Italia: le città saturnie (Ospedaletto 1990).

A. Rizio, “Vivara: An ‘International’ Port in the Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 623-627.

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Imports at Kommos: Ceramic Imports of the Neopalatial and Later Bronze Age Eras” and  “Ceramic Evidence for External Contact: Neopalatial and Postpalatial,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 646-688 and 859-863.

L. Vagnetti, “Late Minoan III Crete and Italy: Another View,” PdP 40(1985) 29-33.

L. V. Watrous, “A Preliminary Report on Imported “Italian” Wares from the Late Bronze Age Site of Kommos on Crete,” SMEA 27(1989) 69-79.

L. V. Watrous, P. M. Day, and R. E. Jones, “The Sardinian Pottery from the Late Bronze Age Site of Kommos in Crete: Description, Chemical and Petrographic Analysis, and Historical Context,” in M. S. Balmuth and R. H. Tykot (eds.), Sardinian and Aegean Chronology: Towards the Resolution of Relative and Absolute Dating in the Mediterranean (Oxford 1998) 337-340.

G. S. Webster, A Prehistory of Sardinia 2300 – 500 B.C. [Sheffield Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology 5] (Sheffield 1996).

Neopalatial Texts and Sealing Systems

[see also under “Linear A” in Lesson 10: Middle Minoan Crete]

K. Aartun, Die Minoische Schrift. Sprache und Texte II: Linear A – Inschriften (Wiesbaden 1997).

W. C. Brice, Inscriptions in the Minoan Linear Script of Class A (Oxford 1961).

S. Cappel, “Considerations on Sealing Practice and Agency in Minoan Crete and the Eastern Mediterranean ion the 2nd Millennium BC,” in K. Duistermaat and I. Regulski (eds.), Intercultural Contacts in the Ancient Mediterranean [Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 202] (Leuven 2011) 89-100.

Y. Duhoux, “Le linéaire A: problèmes de déchiffrement,” in Y. Duhoux, T. G. Palaima, and E. L. Bennett [eds.], Problems in Decipherment (Louvain-la-Neuve 1989) 59-119.

L. Godart, “La scrittura lineare A,” PdP 31(1976) 30-47.

L. Godart, “Le linéaire A et son environnement,” SMEA 20(1979) 27-42.

L. Godart and J-P. Olivier, Recueil des inscriptions en linéaire A  I-V (Paris 1976-1985).

E. Hallager, “The Roundel in the Minoan Administrative System,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 101-112.

E. Hallager, “Roundels among Sealings in Minoan Administration: A Comprehensive Analysis of Function,” in T. G. Palaima (ed.), Aegean Seals, Sealings, and Administration [Aegeaum 5] (Liège 1990) 121-147.

E. Hallager, The Minoan Roundel and Other Sealed Documents in the Neopalatial Linear A Administration I-II[Aegaeum 14] [Liège/Austin 1996].

A. Karetsou, L. Godart, and J-P. Olivier, “Inscriptions en linéaire A du sanctuaire de sommet du mont Iuktas,” Kadmos 24(1985) 89-147.

D. Nakassis and K. Pluta, “Linear A and Multidimensional Scaling,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 335-342.

J-P. Olivier, “‘Lire’ le Linéaire A?,” in J. Bingen, G. Cambier, and G. Nachtergael (eds.), Le monde grec: pensée, littérature, histoire, documents: Hommages à Claire Preaux (Brussels 1975) 441-449.

G. A. Owens, “Linear A in the Aegean: The Further Travels of the Minoan Script. A Study of the 30+ Extra-Cretan Minoan Inscriptions,” 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) 583-597.

D. W. Packard, Minoan Linear A (Berkeley 1974).

T. G. Palaima, “Linear A in the Cyclades: The Trade and Travel of a Script,” TUAS 7(1982) 15-22.

T. G. Palaima, “Seal-Users and Script-Users/Nodules and Tablets at LM IB Hagia Triada,” in P. Ferioli, E. Fiandra, G. G. Fissore, and M. Frangipane (eds.), Archives before Writing (Rome 1994) 307-330.

R. Palmer, “Linear A Commodities: A Comparison of Resources,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) I: 133-155.

M. Perna, “Ideograms of Vases and Fractions in Linear A Script,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 343-347.

M. Pope, Aegean Writing and Linear A (Göteborg 1964).

J. Raison and M. Pope, Index transnuméré du linéaire A (Louvain 1977).

J. Raison and M. Pope, Corpus transnuméré du linéaire A (Louvain 1980).

J. Raison and M. Pope, “Linear A: Changing Perspectives,” in Y. Duhoux (ed.), Études minoennes I (Louvain 1978) 5-64.

J. Sakellarakis and J-P. Olivier, “Un vase en pierre avec inscription en linéaire A du sanctuaire de sommet minoen de Cythère,” BCH 118(1994) 343-351.

I. Schoep, “Some Notes on Linear A ‘Transaction Signs’,” Minos 29-30(1994-95) 57-76.

I. Schoep, “Context and Chronology of Linear A Administrative Documents,” Aegean Archaeology 2(1995) 29-65.

I. Schoep, Minoan Administration on Crete. An Interdisciplinary Approach to Documents in Linear A and Cretan Hieroglyphic (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Leuven 1996).

I. Schoep, “Towards an Interpretation of Different Levels of Administration in Late Minoan IB Crete,” Aegean Archaeology 3(1996) 75-85.

I. Schoep, “Sealed Documents and Data Processing in Minoan Administration: A Review Article,” Minos 31-32[1996-97] (1999) 401-415.

I. Schoep, “Tablets and Territories? Reconstructing Late Minoan IB Political Geography through Undeciphered Documents,” AJA 103(1999) 201-221.

I Schoep, “The Socio-economic Context of Seal Use and Administration at Knossos,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 283-293.

I. Schoep, “The Social and Political Context of Linear A Writing on Crete,” in K. Lomas, R. D. Whitehouse, and J. B. Wilkins (eds.), Literacy and the State in the Ancient Mediterranean (London 2007) 53-62.

H. Tomas, “Who Were the Readers of Linear A Inscriptions?,” in A. Brysbaert, N. de Bruijn, E. Gibson, A. Michael, and M. Monaghan (eds.), SOMA 2002: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology [BAR-IS 1142] (Oxford 2003) 129-139.

A. Uchitel, “Records of Conscription, Taxation and Monthly Rations in Linear A Archives,” Minos 29-30(1994-95) 77-86.

F. Vandenabeele, “Les idéogrammes de vases sur les tablettes en linéaire A de Haghia Triada et Phaistos,” BCH 98(1974) 5-21.

F. Vandenabeele, “La chronologie des documents en Linéaire A,” BCH 109(1985) 3-20.

J. Weingarten, “Sealings and Sealed Documents at Bronze Age Knossos,” in D. Evely, H. Hughes-Brock, and N. Momigliano (eds.), Knossos: A Labyrinth of History (Oxford 1994) 171-188.

 

Minoan Survivals in Classical Greek Culture

A. Evans, “The Minoan and Mycenaean Element in Hellenic Life,” JHS 32(1912) 277-297.

S. Sherratt, “With Us but Not of Us: The Role of Crete in Homeric Epic,” in D. Evely, I. S. Lemos, and S. Sherratt (eds.), Minotaur and Centaur: Studies in the Archaeology of Crete and Euboea Presented to Mervyn Popham [BAR-IS 638] (Oxford 1996) 87-99.

 

Monopalatial Crete [Late Minoan II-IIIA1]

[see also Lesson 14: LM Painting and Representational Art for LM II-IIIA1 pottery, Lesson 13: Minoan Domestic and Funerary Architecture of the Neopalatial and Post-Palatial Periods for LM II-IIIA settlements]

 

Synthetic Treatments of the Monopalatial Era

H. W. Catling, Some Problems in Aegean Prehistory, c.1450-1380 B.C. [14th J. L. Myres Memorial Lecture] (Oxford 1989).

J. Driessen, “Kretes and Iawones: Some Observations on the Identity of Late Bronze Age Knossians,” in J. Bennet and J. Driessen (eds.), A-NA-QO-TA. Studies on Mycenaean Society and Economy Presented to J. T. Killen [Minos 33-34] (Salamanca 1998) 83-105.

J. Driessen and C. Langohr, “Rallying around a ‘Minoan’ Past: The Legitimation of Power at Knossos during the Late Bronze Age,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II: Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Los Angeles 2007) 178-189.

J. Driessen and A. Farnoux, “La Crète mycénienne ou les noces d’Ariane et de Thésée,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 1-7.

J. Driessen and I. Schoep, “The Architect and the Scribe. Political Implications of Architectural and Administrative Changes on MM II – LM IIIA Crete,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, POLITEIA. Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) II: 649-664.

R. J. Firth, “Estimating the Population of Crete during LM IIIA/B,” Minos 29-30 (1994-95) 33-55.

E. Hallager, “Final Palatial Crete. An Essay in Minoan Chronology,” in Studies in Ancient History and Numismatics Presented to Rudi Thomsen (Aarhus 1988) 11-21.

S. Hood, “Warlike Destruction in Crete c. 1450 B.C.,” Pepragmena tou E’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 1985) 170-178.

C. Langohr, Des Étéocrétois à l’Âge du Bronze dans la péninsule de Sitia? Étude régionale et archéologique comparative de la Crète aux Minoen Récent II-IIIB (Ph.D. dissertation, Université Catholique de Louvain 2008).

C. Langohr, PERIPHEREIA : Étude régionale de la Crète aux Minoen Récent II-IIIB (1450-1200 av. J.-C.) 1 : La Crète centrale et occidentale (Louvain-la-Neuve 2009).

V. La Rosa, “La civiltà cretese dal MM III al miceneo,” 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: 1063-1089.

C. F. Macdonald, Knossos (London 2005).

J. C. McEnroe, Architecture of Minoan Crete: Constructing Identity in the Aegean Bronze Age (Austin 2010) 117-132.

N. Merousis, “Changes in the Economic and Administrative Organization of Crete in the Late Minoan II-III Period: A New Proposal,” BSA 97(2002) 163-169.

A. D. Peatfield, “After the ‘Big Bang’ – What? Or, Minoan Symbols and Shrines beyond Palatial Collapse,” in S. A. Alcock and R. Osborne (eds.), Placing the Gods: Sanctuaries and Sacred Space in Ancient Greece (Oxford 1994) 19-36.

M. R. Popham, “Cretan Sites Occupied between c. 1450 and 1400 B.C.,” BSA 75(1980) 163-167.

L. Preston, “A Mortuary Perspective on Political Changes in Late Minoan II-IIIB Crete,” AJA 108(2004) 321-348.

P. Rehak and J. G. Younger, “Review of Aegean Prehistory VII: Neopalatial, Final Palatial, and Postpalatial

Crete,” AJA 102(1998) 91-173, esp. 149-166.

P. Rehak and J. G. Younger, “Review of Aegean Prehistory VII: Neopalatial, Final Palatial, and Postpalatial Crete” and “Addendum: 1998-1999,” in T. Cullen (ed.), Aegean Prehistory: A Review (Boston 2001) 383-465 and 466-473, esp. 441-458 and 471-472.

D. Vallianou, “New Evidence of Earthquake Destructions in Late Minoan Crete,” in S. Stiros and R. E. Jones (eds.), Archaeoseismology [Fitch Laboratory Occasional Paper 7](Exeter 1996)  153-168.

 

Knossos and the Surrounding Town in the Late Minoan II – III Periods

J. Bennet, “Knossos and LM III Crete: a Post-palatial Palace?,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 307-312.

S. Budin, “A New Look at the Mavrospelio ‘Kourotrophos’,” Aegean Archaeology 9(2007-8) 91-103.

D. Doxey, “Causes and Effects of the Fall of Knossos in 1375 B.C.,” OJA 6(1987) 301-324.

J. Driessen, An Early Destruction in the Mycenaean Palace at Knossos: A New Interpretation of the Excavation Field-Notes of the South-East Area of the West Wing (Leuven 1990).

J. Driessen, “Le début de l’occupation mycénienne ‘eni Knoso eureie’,” in C. Brixhe (ed.), Sur la Crète antique. Histoire, écritures, langues (Nancy 1991) 25-41.

J. Driessen, “The Palace at Knossos and its Administration during LM II-III,” BICS 40(1995) 244-246.

J. Driessen, “The Arsenal of Knossos (Crete) and Mycenaean Chariot Forces,” in M. Lodewijckx (ed.), Archaeological and Historical Aspects of West-European Societies (Leuven 1996) 481-498.

J. Driessen, “Le palais de Cnossos au MR II-III: combien de destructions?,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 113-134.

J. Driessen, “Kretes and Iawones: Some Observations on the Identity of Late Bronze Age Knossians,” in J. Bennet and J. Driessen (eds.), A-NA-QO-TA. Studies on Mycenaean Society and Economy Presented to J. T. Killen [Minos 33-34] (Salamanca 1998) 83-105.

J. Driessen, “Centre and Periphery: Some Observations on the Administration of the Kingdom of Knossos,” in S. Voutsaki and J. Killen (eds.), Economy and Politics in the Mycenaean Palace States (Cambridge 2001) 96-112.

E. B. French, “Ephyraean Goblets at Knossos: The Chicken or the Egg,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 149-152.

R. Hägg, “Religious Syncretism at Knossos and in Post-Palatial Crete?,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 163-168.

E. Hallager, The Mycenaean Palace at Knossos (Stockholm 1977).

E. Hallager, “The History of the Palace at Knossos in the Late Minoan Period,” SMEA 19(1978) 17-33.

H. W. Haskell, “LM III Knossos: Evidence beyond the Palace,” SMEA 27(1989) 81-110.

E. Hatzaki, “From Final Palatial to Postpalatial Knossos: A View from the Late Minoan II to Late Minoan IIIB Town,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 121-126.

F. C. D. Hentschel, The Basis for the Standard Chronology of the Late Bronze Age at Knossos (Ph.D. dissertation, Yale University 1982).

S. Hiller, “Cretan Sanctuaries and Mycenaean Palatial Administration at Knossos,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 205-212

M. S. F. Hood, “‘Last Palace’ and ‘Reoccupation’ at Knossos,” Kadmos 4(1965) 16-44.

M. S. F. Hood, “Date of the ‘Reoccupation’ Pottery from the Palace of Minos at Knossos,” Kadmos 5(1966) 121-141.

W-D. Niemeier, “Mycenaean Knossos and the Age of Linear B,” SMEA 23(1982) 219-287.

W-D. Niemeier, “Das mykenische Knossos und das Alter von Linear B,” Beiträge zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 11 (Marburg 1982) 29-126.

W-D. Niemeier, “The Character of the Knossian Palace Society in the Second Half of the Fifteenth Century

B.C.: Mycenaean or Minoan?,” in O. Krzyszkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 217-236.

L. R. Palmer, The Penultimate Palace of Knossos [Incunabula Graeca 33] (Rome 1969).

L. R. Palmer and J. Boardman, On the Knossos Tablets (Oxford 1963).

M. R. Popham, The Destruction of the Palace at Knossos. Pottery of the Late Minoan IIIA Period [SIMA 12] (Göteborg 1970).

M. R. Popham, The Minoan Unexplored Mansion at Knossos [BSA Supplementary Volume 17] (London 1984).

M. Popham, “The Use of the Palace at Knossos at the Time of its Destruction, c. 1400 B.C.,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 297-299.

M. Popham, “The Historical Implications of the Linear B Archive at Knossos Dating to Either ca. 1400 B.C. or 1200 B.C.,” Cretan Studies 1(1988) 217-227.

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan II to the End of the Bronze Age,” in D. Evely, H. Hughes-Brock, and N. Momigliano (eds.), Knossos: A Labyrinth of History (Oxford 1994) 89-102.

M. R. Popham, “The Final Destruction of the Palace at Knossos: Seals, Sealings and Pottery: A Reconsideration,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 375-385.

H. von Arbin, “The Alabstron-shaped Vases in the ‘Throne Room’ at Knossos,” Opuscula Atheniensia 15(1984) 7-16.

P. M. Warren, “Knossos: Stratigraphical Museum Excavations, 1978-82. Part II,” JHS-AR 29(1982-83) 63-87.

P. Warren, “Circular Platforms at Minoan Knossos,” BSA 79(1984) 307-323.

P. Warren, “The Destruction of the Palace of Knossos,” in V. Karageorghis (ed.), The Civilizations of the Aegean and their Diffusion in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean, 2000-600 B.C. (Larnaca 1989) 32-37.

H. Waterhouse, “The Flat Alabastron and the Last Ritual in the Throne Room,” OJA 7(1988) 361-367.

 

The Warrior Graves of Knossos, Katsambas, Archanes, Phaistos, and Chania

L. Alberti, “The Late Minoan II-IIIA1 Warrior Graves at Knossos: The Burial Assemblages,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 127-136.

S. Alexiou, Ysterominoïkoi taphoi limenos Knossou (Katsambas) (Athens 1967).

S. Alexiou, “Eis neos taphos para ton limena Knosou,” ArchEph (1970) 1-12.

E. Baboula, “‘Buried’ Metal in Late Minoan Inheritance Customs,” in C. F. E. Pare (ed.), Metals Make the World Go Round. The Supply and Circulation of Metals in Bronze Age Europe (Oxford 2000) 70-81.

E. Baboula and P. Northover, “Metals Technology versus Context in Late Minoan Burials,” in S. M. M. Young, A. M. Pollard, P. Budd, and R. A. Ixer (eds.), Metals in Antiquity [BAR-IS 792] (Oxford 1999) 146-152.

N. Cucuzza, “Osservazioni sui costumi funerari dell’area di Festòs ed Haghia Triada nel TM IIIA1-A2 Iniziale,” Creta Antica 3(2002) 133-166.

J. Driessen and C. MacDonald, “Some Military Aspects of the Aegean in the Late Fifteenth and Early Fourteenth Centuries B.C.,” BSA 79(1984) 49-75.

A. Evans, “The Prehistoric Tombs of Knossos: The Cemetery of Zapher Papoura. The Royal Tomb of Isopata,” Archaeologia 59(1906) 391-562.

A. J. Evans, “The ‘Tomb of the Double Axes’ and Associated Group, and the Pillar Rooms and Ritual Vessels of the ‘Little Palace’ at Knossos,” Archaeologia 65(1913-14) 1-94.

E. Grammatikake, “Gypsades (agros Kyriakos Papadake),” AD 48B(1993) 445-448.

R. Hägg and F. Sieurin, “On the Origin of the Wooden Coffin in Late Bronze Age Crete,” BSA 77(1982) 177-186.

M. S. F. Hood, “Another Warrior-Grave at Ayios Ioannis near Knossos,” BSA 51(1956) 81-99.

M. S. F. Hood, “A Minoan Shaft-Grave in the Bank with Hogarth’s Tombs,” BSA 53-54 (1958-59) 283.

M. S. F. Hood, “A Minoan Shaft-Grave on the Slopes Opposite the Temple Tomb,” BSA 53-54(1958-59) 281-282.

M. S. F. Hood and J. N. Coldstream, “A Late Minoan Tomb at Ayios Ioannis near Knossos,” BSA 63(1968) 205-218.

M. S. F. Hood and P. de Jong, “Late Minoan Warrior Graves from Ayios Ioannis and the New Hospital Site at Knossos,” BSA 47(1952) 243-277.

M. S. F. Hood, G. Huxley, and N. K. Sandars, “A Minoan Cemetery on Upper Gypsades,” BSA 53-54(1958-59) 194-262.

R. W. Hutchinson, “A Late Minoan Tomb at Knossos,” BSA 51(1956) 68-73.

R. W. Hutchinson, “A Tholos Tomb on the Kephala,” BSA 51(1956) 74-80.

Ch. Kallitsaki, “The Mycenaean Burial Enclosure in Phourni, Archanes,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 213-227.

A. Karytinos, “Sealstones in Cemeteries: A Display of Social Status?,” in  K. Branigan (ed.), Cemetery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 1] (Sheffield 1998) 78-86.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Noch einmal zu den “Kriegergräbern” von Knossos,” JRGZM 32(1985) 196-214.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, “Jewellery in Mycenaean and Minoan Warrior Graves,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 161-171.

V. La Rosa and P. Militello, “Caccia, guerra o rituale? Alcune considerazioni sulle arme minoiche da Festòs e Haghia Triada,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 241-264.

W. Löwe, Spätbronzezeitliche Bestattungen auf Kreta [BAR-IS 642] (Oxford 1996).

C. Macdonald, “A Knossian Weapon Workshop in Late Minoan II and IIIA,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 293-295.

H. Matthäus, “Minoische Kriegergräber,” in O. Krzyszkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 203-215.

R. Paribeni, “Ricerche nel sepolcreto di Haghia Triada presso Phaestos,” Monumenti Antichi 14(1904) 677-756.

I. Pini, Beiträge zur minoischen Gräberkunde (Wiesbaden 1968).

M. R. Popham and E. A. and H. W. Catling, “Sellopoulo Tombs 3 and 4, Two Late Minoan Graves near Knossos,” BSA 69(1974) 195-257.

L. Preston, “Mortuary Practices and the Negotiation of Social Identities at LM II Knossos,” BSA 94(1999) 131-143.

L. Preston, “A Mortuary Perspective on Political Changes in Late Minoan II-IIIB Crete,” AJA 108(2004) 321-348.

L. Preston, “Final Palatial Knossos and Postpalatial Crete: A Mortuary Perspective on Political Dynamics,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 137-145.

L. Preston, “Contextualizing the Larnax: Tradition, Innovation and Regionalism in Coffin Use on Late Minoan II-IIIB Crete,” OJA 23(2004) 177-197.

L. Preston, “The Kephala Tholos at Knossos: A Study in the Reuse of the Past,” BSA 100(2005) 61-123.

J. Sakellarakis, “Das Kuppelgrab von Archanes und das kretisch-mykenische Tieropferritual,” PZ 45(1970) 135-219.

J. and E. Sakellarakis, “Mykenaïkos taphikos peribolos eis Kreten,” AAA 5(1972) 399-415.

J. and E. Sakellarakis, Archanes (Athens 1991) 67-85, 128-134.

Y. Sakellarakis and E. Sapouna-Sakellaraki, Archanes. Minoan Crete in a New Light (Athens 1997).

L. Savignoni, “Scavi e scoperte nella necropoli di Phaestos,” Monumenti antichi 14(1904) 501-666.

J. Whitley, “Objects with Attitude: Biographical Facts and Fallacies in the Study of Late Bronze Age and Early

Iron Age Warrior Graves,” CAJ 12(2002) 217-232.

 

Sites Other than Knossos during the LM II – IIIA1 Periods

E. Andrikou, E Ysterominoïke III enkatastase stis Archanes (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Athens 1991).

J. A. Arvanitakis, The Neopalatial – Final Palatial Transition at Kommos in South-central Crete: Evidence for Connections with Knossos and for the Extent of Mycenaean Influence in the LM II – IIIA1 Ceramic Record (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Toronto 2005).

E. Banou and G. Rethemiotakis, “Centre and Periphery: New Evidence for the Relations between Knossos and the Area of Viannos in the LM II – IIIA Periods,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 23-57.

T. M. Brogan, R. A. K. Smith, and J. S. Soles, “Mycenaeans at Mochlos? Exploring Culture and Identity in the Late Minoan IB to IIIA1 Transition,” Aegean Archaeology 6(2002) 89-118.

N. Cucuzza, “Osservazioni sui costumi funerari dell’area di Festos ed Haghia Triada nel TM IIIA1-A2 iniziale,” Creta Antica 3(2002) 133-166.

N. Cucuzza, “Il volo del grifo: Osservazioni sulla Haghia Triada ‘Micenea’,” Creta Antica 4(2003) 199-272.

A.-L. D’Agata, “Hidden Wars: Minoans and Mycenaeans at Haghia Triada in the LM III Period. The Evidence from Pottery,”  in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 47-55.

A. Farnoux, “Malia au Minoen Récent II-IIIA1,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 135-147.

E. Hallager, “Architecture of the LM II/III Settlement in Khania,”  in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 175-185.

C. Langohr, “Eteocretans in the Bronze Age? The Far East of Crete during the LM II-III Periods (1450-1100 BC,” in J. Day, C. Greenlaw, H. Hall, A. Kelly, L. Matassa, K. McAleese, E. Saunders, and D. Stritch (eds.) SOMA 2004 [BAR-IS 1514] (Oxford 2006) 87-94.

V. La Rosa, “La c.d. Tomba degli ori e il nuovo settore nord-est dell’insediamento di Haghia Triada,” Annuario 70-71(1992-93) 121-172.

V. La Rosa, “Haghia Triada à l’époque mycénienne: l’utopie d’une ville-capitale,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 249-266.

J. A. MacGillivray, “The Re-occupation of Eastern Crete in the Late Minoan II – IIIA1/2 Periods,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 275-279.

B. Pålsson-Hallager, “Late Minoan II and Chania,” Pepragmena  tou ST’ Diethnous Kretologikou Diethnous Synedriou (Chania 1990) A2: 77-83.

R. Paribeni, “Ricerche nel sepolcreto di Haghia Triada presso Phaestos,” Monumenti antichi 14(1904) 677-755.

O. Pelon, “Le palais post-palatial à Malia,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 341-355.

M. R. Popham, “Cretan Sites Occupied between c. 1450 and 1400 B.C.,” BSA 75(1980) 163-167.

S. Privitera, “The LM III Frescoes from the Villaggio at Hagia Triada: New Observations on Context and Chronology,” Creta Antica 9(2008) 111-137.

S. Privitera, “Looking for a Home in a Houseless Town: Domestic Architecture at Final Palatial Hagia Triada,” in K. Glowacki and N. Vogeïkoff-Brogan (eds.), The Archaeology of Houses and Households in Ancient Crete [Hesperia Supplement 44] (Princeton 2011)      .

J. W. and M. C. Shaw, “‘Mycenaean’ Kommos,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 425-434.

J. S. Soles, Mochlos IIA. Period IV. The Mycenean Settlement and Cemetery. The Sites [Prehistory Monographs 23] (Philadelphia 2008).

L. V. Watrous and D. Hadzi-Vallianou, “Palatial Rule and Collapse (Middle Minoan IB – Late Minoan IIIB),” 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) 277-304.

 

The Palace Style and LM II-IIIA1 Ceramics

J. Arvanitakis, “Evidence for Ceramic Regionalism in Early Final Palatial Crete: New Perspectives,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 243-249.

J. Arvanitakis, “The Late Minoan II Goblet: Some Aspects of Ceramic Change at Early Final Palatial Knossos Reconsidered,” Aegean Archaeology 9(2007-8) 105-119.

M. Andreadaki-Vlasaki and E. Papadopoulou, “LM IIIA:1 Pottery from Khamalevri, Rethymnon,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 111-151.

J. H. Crouwel and C. E. Morris, “Pictorial Pottery of Late Minoan II – LM IIIA2 Early from Knossos,” BSA 90(1995) 157-182.

J. H. Crouwel and W.-D. Niemeier, “Eine knossische Palaststilscherbe mit Bukranion-Darstellung aus Mykene,” AA (1989) 5-10.

A.-L. D’Agata, “Hidden Wars: Minoans and Mycenaeans at Haghia Triada in the LM III Period. The Evidence from Pottery,”  in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 47-55.

S. Hiller, “Der SM II – Palaststil. Ausdruck politischer Ideologie?,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier, POLITEIA. Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) II: 561-573.

S. Hiller, “Spätminoische Pyxiden aus SM II/IIIA:1 und die Fresken aus dem Palast von Amenophis III in Malkata (Theben West),” in E. Czerny, I. Hein, H. Hunger, D. Melman, and A. Schwab (eds.), Timelines: Studies in Honour of Manfred Bietak II (Leuven 2006) 149-165.

C. Langohr, “La céramique MM IIIB – MR IIIB de Sissi. Quelques depots et ensembles notoires,” Aegis 4(2011) 175-192.

C. E. Morris, “Fishy Tales from Knossos,” in C. Morris (ed.), KLADOS: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995) 185-193.

W-D. Niemeier, Die Palaststilkeramik von Knossos. Stil, Chronologie und historischer Kontext (Berlin 1985).

M. R. Popham, The Minoan Unexplored Mansion at Knossos [BSA Supplementary Volume 17] (Oxford 1984) 151-182.

R. A. K. Smith, Mochlos IIB. Period IV. The Mycenean Settlement and Cemetery. The Pottery [Prehistory Monographs 27] (Philadelphia 2010).

M. Tsipopoulou and L. Vagnetti, “A Late Minoan III Grey Wheel-made Piriform Jar from Eastern Crete,” SMEA 34(1994) 43-50.

L. V. Watrous, “The Relationship of Late Minoan II to Late Minoan IIIA1,” AJA 85(1981) 75-77.

L. V. Watrous, Kommos III: The Late Bronze Age Pottery (Princeton 1992). 

Survivals of Minoan Neopalatial Forms in the Monopalatial and Final Palatial Eras

S. Budin, “A New Look at the Mavrospelio ‘Kourotrophos’,” Aegean Archaeology 9(2007-8) 91-103.

N. Demopoulou, J-P. Olivier, and G. Rethemiotakis, “Une statuette en argile MR IIIA de Poros/Irakliou avec inscription en linéaire A,” BCH 117(1993) 501-521.

O. Krzyszkowska, Aegean Seals: An Introduction [BICS Supplement 85] (London 2005), esp. 193-231.

D. Levi, “La tomba a tholos di Kamilari presso a Festos,” Annuario 23-24(1961-62) 7-148.

 

Linear B and the Late Minoan III Economic, Religious, Political, and Social Order

M. E. Alberti, “The Minoan Textile Industry and the Territory from Neopalatial to Mycenaean Times: Some First Thoughts,” Creta Antica 8(2007) 243-263.

J. Bennet, “The Structure of the Linear B Administration at Knossos,” AJA 89(1985) 231-249.

J. Bennet, “The Wild Country East of Dikte: The Problem of East Crete in the LM III Period,” in J. T. Killen, J.

L. Melena, and J-P. Olivier (eds.), Studies in Mycenaean and Classical Greek Presented to John Chadwick [Minos 20-22] (Salamanca 1987) 77-88.

J. Bennet, “Knossos in Context: Comparative Perspectives on the Linear B Administration of LM II-III Crete,” AJA 94(1990) 193-211.

P. P. Betancourt, “Discontinuity in the Minoan-Mycenaean Religions: Smooth Development or Disruptions and War?,”  in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 219-225.

J. Driessen, “Centre and Periphery: Some Observations on the Administration of the Kingdom of Knossos,” in S. Voutsaki and J. Killen (eds.), Economy and Politics in the Mycenaean Palace States (Cambridge 2001) 96-112.

R. J. Firth, “The Find-places of the Tablets from the Palace of Knossos,” Minos 31-32(1996-97) 7-122.

R. J. Firth, “A Review of the Find-places of the Linear B Tablets from the Palace of Knossos,” Minos 35-36(2000-01) 63-290.

L. Godart and Y. Tzédakis, “Les royaumes mycéniens de Crète,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 153-161.

S. Hiller, “Cretan Sanctuaries and Mycenaean Palatial Administration at Knossos,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 205-212.

J. T. Killen, “The Role of the State in Wheat and Olive Production in Mycenaean Crete,” Aevum 72(1998) 19-23.

N. Merousis, “Changes in the Economic and Administrative Organization of Crete in the Late Minoan II-III Period: A New Proposal,” BSA 97(2002) 163-169.

J-P. Olivier, “La collecte et la circulation de l’information économique dans la Crète mycénienne,” in J.

Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 313-317.

T. G. Palaima, “Preliminary Comparative Textual Evidence for Palatial Control of Economic Activity in Minoan and Mycenaean Crete,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 301-306.

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

C. W. Shelmerdine, “Historical and Economic Considerations in Interpreting Mycenaean Texts,” in J-P. Olivier [ed.], Mykenaïka [BCH Supplement 25] (1992) 567-589.

V. Stürmer, “Culture minoenne versus pouvoir  mycénienne,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 435-443.

I. Tournavitou, “Arts and Crafts: Contrasts and Comparisons between Neopalatial and ‘Mycenaean’ Crete. The Case of Ivory,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 445-454.

I. Tzachili, “Counting and Recording Textiles in the Mycenaean Archives of Knossos,” in A. Michailidou (ed.), Manufacture and Measurement. Counting, Measuring and Recording Craft Items in Early Aegean Societies (Athens 2001) 177-193.

L. V. Watrous and H. Blitzer, “Central Crete in LM II – IIIB1: The Archaeological Background of the Knossos Tablets,”  in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 511-516.

L. V. Watrous and D. Hadzi-Vallianou, “Palatial Rule and Collapse (Middle Minoan IB – Late Minoan IIIB),” 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) 277-304.

J. Weingarten, “The Sealing Bureaucracy of Mycenaean Knossos: The Identification of Some Officials and their Seals,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 445-454.

 

The Mycenaean Presence on Crete during the Monopalatial Era

J. Bouzek, “Mycenaean Greece and Minoan Crete: The Problem of Migrations,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 85-90.

E. Cline, “A Wrinkle in Time: Orientalia and the Mycenaean Occupation(s) of Crete,” in J. Phillips (ed.), Ancient Egypt, the Aegean, and the Near East: Studies in Honour of Martha Rhodes Bell (San Antonio 1997) 163-167.

N. Cucuzza, “Il volo del grifo: Osservazioni sulla Haghia Triada ‘Micenea’,” Creta Antica 4(2003) 199-272.

O. Dickinson, “Minoans in Mainland Greece, Mycenaeans in Crete?,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 63-71.

J. Driessen and A. Farnoux, “Mycenaeans at Malia?,” Aegean Archaeology  1(1994) 54-64.

J. Driessen and I. Schoep, “The Stylus and the Sword. The Role of Scribes and Warriors in the Conquest of Crete,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 389-401.

B. Hallager, “Mycenaean Pottery in Crete,”  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) 263-269.

H. W. Haskell, “Mycenaeans at Knossos: Patterns in the Evidence,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 187-193.

S. Hiller, “Knossos and Pylos. A Case of Special Relationship?,” Cretan Studies 5(1996) 73-83.

M. R. Popham, “Mycenaean-Minoan Relations between 1450 and 1400 B.C.,” BICS 23(1976) 119-121.

 

 Final Palatial Crete  [Late Minoan IIIA2-IIIB]

[see also Lesson 14: LM Painting an dRepresentational Art for LM IIIA2-C pottery, Lesson 13: Minoan Domestic and Funerary Architecture of the Neopalatial and Post-Palatial Periods for LM IIIA2-IIIB settlements]

 

Synthetic Treatments of the Period

E. S. Banou, “Nea stoicheia yia tis scheseis tes Viannou me ten Knoso kata ten Ysterominoïke IIIA epoche,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 187-206.

B. Burke, “Materialization of Mycenaean Ideology and the Ayia Triada Sarcophagus,” AJA 109(2005) 403-422.

J. Driessen and C. Langohr, “Rallying ‘round a ‘Minoan’ Past: The Legitimation of Power at Knossos during the Late Bronze Age,” in M. L. Galaty and W. A. Parkinson (eds.), Rethinking Mycenaean Palaces II: Revised and Expanded Second Edition (Los Angeles 2007) 178-189.

R. J. Firth, “Estimating the Population of Crete during LM IIIA/B,” Minos 29-30 (1994-95) 33-55.

H. W. Haskell, “Wanax  to Wanax: Regional Trade Patterns in Mycenaean Crete,” in A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS : Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004) 151-160.

A. Kanta, The Late Minoan III Period in Crete. A Survey of Sites, Pottery and their Distribution [SIMA 58] (Göteborg 1980).

C. Langohr, “Eteocretans in the Bronze Age? The Far East of Crete during the LM II-III Periods (1450-1100 BC,” in J. Day, C. Greenlaw, H. Hall, A. Kelly, L. Matassa, K. McAleese, E. Saunders, and D. Stritch (eds.), SOMA 2004 [BAR-IS 1514] (Oxford 2006) 87-94.

C. Langohr, Des Étéocrétois à l’Âge du Bronze dans la péninsule de Sitia? Étude régionale et archéologique comparative de la Crète aux Minoen Récent II-IIIB (Ph.D. dissertation, Université Catholique de Louvain 2008).

C. Langohr, PERIPHEREIA : Étude régionale de la Crète aux Minoen Récent II-IIIB (1450-1200 av. J.-C.) 1 : La Crète centrale et occidentale (Louvain-la-Neuve 2009).

C. F. Macdonald, Knossos (London 2005).

J. C. McEnroe, Architecture of Minoan Crete: Constructing Identity in the Aegean Bronze Age (Austin 2010) 133-145.

S. Mitrano, “Società e forme di potere a Creta tra TM IIIA2-B,” Pasiphae 3(2009) 155-170.

J-C. Poursat, “La fin des arts ‘palatiaux’ dans la Crète mycénienne,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 387-390.

F. Schachermeyr, Die ägäische Frühzeit III: Kreta zur Zeit der Wanderungen vom Ausgang der minoischen Ära bis zur Dorisierung der Insel (Vienna 1979).

D. Vallianou, “New Evidence of Earthquake Destructions in Late Minoan Crete,” in S. Stiros and R. E. Jones (eds.), Archaeoseismology [Fitch Laboratory Occasional Paper 7](Exeter 1996)  153-168.

H. and M. Van Effenterre, “Sur la Crète mycénienne,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 445-454.

 

Settlements

M. Andreadaki-Vlazaki and E. Papadopoulou, “The Habitation at Khamalevri, Rethymnon, during the 12th Century B.C.,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 353-397 [with response by B. Eder (399-408) and discussion (409-414)].

E. Andrikou, E Ysterominoïke III enkatastase stis Archanes (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Athens 1991).

E. Banou, “Late Minoan III Mokhlos (East Crete) versus Late Minoan III Viannos (Central Eastern Crete): Differences and Similarities,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 145-173 [with response by F. Ruppenstein (175-178) and discussion (179-184)].

N. Cucuzza, “The North Sector Buildings of Haghia Triada,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 73-84.

N. Cucuzza, “Religion and Architecture: Early LM IIIA2 Buildings in the Southern Area of Haghia Triada,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 169-174.

N. Cucuzza, “Il volo del grifo: Osservazioni sulla Haghia Triada ‘Micenea’,” Creta Antica 4(2003) 199-272.

A. L. D’Agata, “Hidden Wars: Minoans and Mycenaeans at Haghia Triada in the LM III Period. The Evidence from Pottery,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 47-55.

A. L. D’Agata, “Dinamiche sociali, modelli culturali e indicatori etnici a H. Triada nel TM III. L’evidenza offerta dalla ceramica,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI. Simposio Italiano de Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli (Rome 1999) 189-198.

J. Driessen, A. Farnoux, and C. Langohr, “Favissae. Feasting Pits in LM III,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 197-205.

A. Farnoux, “Malia et la Crète à l’époque mycénienne,” RA (1992) 201-216.

C. R. Floyd and P. P. Betancourt, “The Excavation of Chrysokamino-Chomatas: A Preliminary Report,” Hesperia 79(2010) 465-498.

E. Hallager, “Khania and Crete ca. 1375-1200 B.C.,” Cretan Studies 1(1988) 115-124.

E. and B. P. Hallager, The Greek-Swedish Excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square: Kastelli, Khania 1970-1987 III: The Late Minoan IIIB:2 Settlement (Stockholm 2003).

E. and B. P. Hallager, The Greek-Swedish Excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square: Kastelli, Khania 1970-1987 and 2001 IV: The Late Minoan IIIB:1 and IIIA:2 Settlements (Stockholm 2011).

H. W. Haskell, “LM III Knossos: Evidence Beyond the Palace,” SMEA 27(1989) 81-110.

E. Hatzaki, “Postpalatial Knossos: Town and Cemeteries from LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 65-95 [with response by P. M. Warren (97-103) and discussion (105-108)].

M. S. F. Hood and P. de Jong, “A Late Minoan III ‘Kitchen’ at Makritikhos (Knossos),” BSA 53-54(1958-59) 182-193.

A. Kanta, “The Post-Palatial Period in the Area of Amari. Trade and Communication between the North and South Coasts of Crete,” in L. Rocchetti (ed.), Sybrita. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro [Incunabula Graeca 94] (Rome 1994) 67-74.

P. Militello, Haghia Triada I: Gli affreschi (Rome 1999).

V. La Rosa, “Haghia Triadha in età micenea,” in J-P. Olivier [ed.], Mykenaïka [BCH Supplement 25] (1992) 617-620.

V. La Rosa, “La c.d. Tomba degli ori e il nuovo settore nord-est dell’insediamento di Haghia Triada,” Annuario 70-71(1992-93) 121-172.

V. La Rosa, “Osservazioni sul centro di Aghia Triada in età TM IIIB-C,” in L. Rocchetti (ed.), Sybrita. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro [Incunabula Graeca 94]  (Rome 1994) 75-80.

V. La Rosa, “Haghia Triada à l’époque mycénienne: l’utopie d’une ville-capitale,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 249-266.

D. Levi, “L’abitato di Festòs in località Chalara,” Annuario 29-30 (1967-68) 55-166, esp. 134-145.

O. Pelon, “Le palais post-palatial à Malia,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 341-355.

L. Platon, “Caractère, morphologie et datation de la bourgade postpalatiale de Képhali Chondrou Viannou,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 357-373.

M. R. Popham, The Minoan Unexplored Mansion at Knossos [BSA Supplementary Volume 17] (London 1984).

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan II to the End of the Bronze Age,” in D. Evely, H. Hughes-Brock, and N. Momigliano (eds.), Knossos: A Labyrinth of History (Oxford 1994) 89-102.

S. Privitera, “Culti domestici a Creta nel TM IIIA2 – TM IIIB. Per un’analisi contestuale,” Creta Antica 5(2004) 107-135.

S. Privitera, “The LM III Frescoes from the Villaggio at Hagia Triada: New Observations on Context and Chronology,” Creta Antica 9(2008) 111-137.

S. Privitera, “Looking for a Home in a Houseless Town: Domestic Architecture at Final Palatial Hagia Triada,” in K. Glowacki and N. Vogeïkoff-Brogan (eds.), The Archaeology of Houses and Households in Ancient Crete [Hesperia Supplement 44] (Princeton 2011)     .

Y. Sakellarakis and E. Sapouna-Sakellaraki, Archanes. Minoan Crete in a New Light (Athens 1997).

E. Sapouna-Sakellaraki, “Archanes à l’époque mycénienne,” BCH 114(1990) 67-102.

J. W. and M. C. Shaw, “‘Mycenaean’ Kommos,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 425-434.

J. S. Soles, Mochlos IIA. Period IV. The Mycenean Settlement and Cemetery. The Sites [Prehistory Monographs 23] (Philadelphia 2008).

M. Tsipopoulou, “Late Minoan III Sitia. Patterns of Settlement and Land Use,” in M. Tsipopoulou and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Achladia: scavi e ricerche della Missione Greco-Italiana in Creta Orientale [1991-1993] (Rome 1995) 177-192.

M. Tsipopoulou, “Late Minoan III Reoccupation in the Area of the Palatial Building at Petras, Siteia,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 209-252.

M. Tsipopoulou, “’Mycenoans’ at the Isthmus of Ierapetra: Some (Preliminary) Thoughts on the Foundation of the (Eteo)Cretan Cultural Identity,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 303-333 (with response by H. Whittaker (335-343) and discussion (345-352)].

P. M. Warren, “Knossos: Stratigraphical Museum Excavations, 1978-82. Part II,” JHS-AR 29(1982-83) 63-87.

L. V. Watrous and D. Hadzi-Vallianou, “Palatial Rule and Collapse (Middle Minoan IB – Late Minoan IIIB),” 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) 277-304.

 

Tholoi, Chamber Tombs, and Burial Customs

[see also above under “The Warrior Graves of Knossos, Katsambas, Archanes, and Phaistos”]

M. E. Alberti, “Weighting and Dying between East and West: Weighing Materials from LBA Aegean Funerary Contexts,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 277-284.

M. Andreadaki-Vlasaki, “La nécropole du Minoen Récent III de la ville de La Canée,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 487-509.

B. Apostolakou, “Ysterominoïkoi III taphoi ste Gra Lygia Ierapetras,” AD 53A[1998] (2002) 25-88.

E. Banou, “To odontophrakto kranos apo to YM III nekrotapheio stous Armenous Rethymnes,” Pepragmena tou ST’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 1990) 39-47.

K. Baxévani-Kouzioni and S. Markoulaki, “Une tombe à chambre MR III à Pankalochori (nome de Réthymnon),” BCH 120(1996) 641-703.

P. Belli, “Architecture as Craftsmanship: LM III Tholoi and their Builders,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 251-255.

P. Belli, “On Measuring Tholoi in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 403-409.

B. Burke, “Materialization of Mycenaean Ideology and the Ayia Triada Sarcophagus,” AJA 109(2005) 403-422.

T. Eliopoulos, “Tholotos taphos Siderokephalas (para ten Kera Pediados Kentrikes Kretes),” AD 53A[1998] (2002) 89-100.

E. J. Forsdyke, “The Mavro Spelio Cemetery at Knossos,” BSA 28(1927) 243-296.

I. Gavrilakis, “Une tombe du MR IIIB dans la région de Réthymnon,” in L. Rocchetti (ed.), Sybrita. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro (Rome 1994) 31-60.

L. Godart and Y. Tzedakis, “Les nécropoles d’Apodoulou et d’Armenoi au MR IIIB,” in L. Rocchetti (ed.), Sybrita. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro (Rome 1994) 61-66.

B. Hallager-Pålsson and P. T. McGeorge, Late Minoan III Burials at Chania: The Tombs, Finds, and Deceased in Odos Palama [SIMA 93] (Göteborg 1992).

S. Hood, G. Huxley, and N. Sandars, “A Minoan Cemetery on Upper Gypsadhes,” BSA 53-54(1958-59) 194-269.

R. W. Hutchinson, “A Tholos Tomb on the Kephala,” BSA 51(1956) 74-80.

H. Kallitsaki, “The Mycenaean Burial Enclosure in Phourni, Archanes,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 213-227.

A. Kanta, “Late Bronze Age Tholos Tombs, Origin and Evolution. The Missing Links,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 229-247.

A. Kanta, “ The Cremations of Olous and the Custom of Cremation in Bronze Age Crete,” in N. C. Stampolidis (ed.), Praktika tou Symposiou ‘Kafseis sten Epoche tou Chalkou kai ten proïme Epoche tou Siderou’, Rodos, 29 Apriliou – 2 Maïou 1999 (Athens 2001) 59-68.

E. Karantzali, “Une tombe du minoen récent IIIB à la Canée,” BCH 110(1986) 53-87.

A. Karytinos, “Sealstones in Cemeteries: A Display of Social Status?,” in  K. Branigan (ed.), Cemetery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 1] (Sheffield 1998) 78-86.

V. La Rosa, “La c.d. Tomba degli ori e il nuovo settore nord-est dell’insediamento di Haghia Triada,” Annuario 70-71(1992-93) 121-172.

V. La Rosa, “Nuovi dati sulla tomba del sarcofago dipinto di H. Triada,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI. Simposio Italiano de Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli (Rome 1999) 177-188.

C. Laviosa, “La tomba tardo-minoica di Goudies presso Mires,” Kretika Chronika 22(1970) 99-118.

W. Löwe, Spätbronzezeitliche Bestattungen auf Kreta [BAR-IS 642] (Oxford 1996).

N. Marinatos, “Minoan and Mycenaean Larnakes: A Comparison,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 281-292.

S. Marinatos, “Ysterominoïkos laxeutos taphos en Kartero Kretes,” AD 11(1927-28) 68-   .

S. Markoulaki and K. Baxévani, “Une tombe à chambre du MR IIIA à Pangalochori, Réthymnon,”  in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 293-295.

E. Papadopoulou, “Une tombe à tholos ‘intra muros’: le cas du cimetière MR d’Armenoi,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 319-340.

M. Papathanassiou and M. Hoskin, “The Late Minoan Cemetery at Armenoi: A Reappraisal,” Journal for the History of Astronomy 27(1996) 53-59.

M. Papathanassiou, M. Hoskin, and H. Papadopoulou, “Orientations of Tombs in the Late Minoan Cemetery at Armenoi, Crete,” Archaeoastronomy 17(1992) 43-55.

R. Paribeni, “Ricerche nel sepolcreto di Haghia Triada presso Phaestos,” Monumenti Antichi 14(1904) 677-755.

K. Perna, “Rituali funerari e rappresentazione del potere nella Creta del TM IIIA2/B,” Creta Antica 2(2001) 125-139.

N. Platon, “Anaskaphe YM III laxeuton taphon eis ten periochen Episkopes kai Stamnion Pediados Herakleiou,” PAE (1952) 619-630.

L. Preston, “A Mortuary Perspective on Political Changes in Late Minoan II-IIIB Crete,” AJA 108(2004) 321-348.

L. Preston, “Final Palatial Knossos and Postpalatial Crete: A Mortuary Perspective on Political Dynamics,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 137-145.

L. Preston, “Contextualizing the Larnax: Tradition, Innovation and Regionalism in Coffin Use on Late Minoan II-IIIB Crete,” OJA 23(2004) 177-197.

L. Preston, “The Kephala Tholos at Knossos: A Study in the Reuse of the Past,” BSA 100(2005) 61-123.

N. Prokopiou, L. Godart, and A. Tsingounake, “Ysterominoïkos taphos Satas Amariou Rethymnes,” Pepragmena tou ST’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 1990) 185-205.

N. Rethemiotake-Demopoulou and G. Rethemiotakes, “Ysterominoïko nekrotapheio sto Metochi Kalou Herakleiou,” AD 33A(1978) 40-109.

L. Savignoni, “Scavi e scoperte nella necropoli di Phaestos,” Monumenti antichi 14(1904) 501-666.

J. S. Soles, Mochlos IIA. Period IV. The Mycenean Settlement and Cemetery. The Sites [Prehistory Monographs 23] (Philadelphia 2008).

R. Treuil, “Entre morts et vivants à Malia. La ‘zone des nécropoles’ et les quartiers d’habitation,” in I. Bradfer, B. Detournay, and R. Laffineur (eds.), KRES TECHNITES: L’artisan crétois: Recueil d’articles en l’honneur de Jean-Claude Poursat, publié à l’occasion des 40 ans de la découverte du Quartier Mu [Aegaeum 26] (Liège/Austin 2005) 209-220.

M. Tsipopoulou and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Achladia: scavi e ricerche della Missione Greco-Italiana in Creta Orientale [1991-1993] (Rome 1995).

Y. Tzedakis, “La nécropole d’Armenoi,” 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: 1121-1130.

Y. Tzedakis and H. Martlew, “A Chorotaxis at the Late Minoan III Cemetery of Armenoi,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 67-73.

 

Architecture

G. Bianco, “Two Different Building Modules of Measurement at Kommos – A Neopalatial Module in Building T and a Postpalatial Module in Building P,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 415-420.

B. Burke, “Materialization of Mycenaean Ideology and the Ayia Triada Sarcophagus,” AJA 109(2005) 403-422.

N. Cucuzza and N. Hellner, “A Late Minoan III Propylon at Haghia Triada,” Creta Antica 10(2009) 501-518.

B. J. Hayden, The Development of Cretan Architecture from the LM IIIA through the Geometric Periods (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1981).

B. J. Hayden, “Crete in Transition: LM IIIA-B Architecture, A Preliminary Study,” SMEA 26(1987) 199-233.

B. Hayden, “Evidence for ‘Megalithic Farmsteads’ of Late Minoan III through Early Iron Age Date,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 195-204.

C. Laviosa, “La casa TM III a Festòs: osservazioni sull’architettura cretese in età micenea,” Antichità Cretesi:

Studi in onore di Doro Levi I (Catania 1973) 79-88.

J. C. McEnroe, Architecture of Minoan Crete: Constructing Identity in the Aegean Bronze Age (Austin 2010) 133-145.

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

Pottery and Terracotta Larnakes

A.-L. D’Agata, “Hidden Wars: Minoans and Mycenaeans at Haghia Triada in the LM III Period. The Evidence from Pottery,”  in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 47-55.

A. L. D’Agata, “Defining a Pattern of Continuity during the Dark Age in Central-Western Crete: Ceramic Evidence from the Settlement of Thronos/Kephala (Ancient Sybrita),” SMEA 41(1999) 181-218.

A. L. D’Agata, “Dinamiche sociali, modelli culturali e indicatori etnici a H. Triada nel TM III. L’evidenza offerta dalla ceramica,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli (Rome 1999) 189-198.

E. Andrikou, “Thoughts and Considerations on the Mycenaeanization of Crete, Motivated by Pottery from Archanes,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 9-22.

E. Borgna, Il complesso di ceramica TM III dell’Acropoli Mediana di Festòs (scavi 1955) (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Rome “La Sapienza” 1997).

E. Borgna, “Some Observations on Deep Bowls and Kraters from the ‘Acropoli mediana’ at Phaistos,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 273-294.

E. Borgna, “Circolazione della ceramica nello scambio cerimoniale tra mondo miceneo palaziale e Creta tardominoica: la prospettiva di Festòs nel TM III,” in V. La Rosa, D. Palermo, and L. Vagnetti (eds.), EPI PONTON PLAZOMENOI: Simposio italiano di Studi Egei dedicato a Luigi Bernabò Brea e Giovanni Pugliese Carratelli (Rome 1999) 199-205.

E. Borgna, “Central Crete and the Mycenaeans at the Close of the Late Bronze Age: The Evidence of the ‘Acropoli Mediana’ at Phaistos,” in H perifereia tou Mykenaïkou kosmou (Lamia 1999) 353-370.

E. Borgna, Il complesso di ceramica Tardo Minoico III dell’Acropoli Mediana di Festòs (Padova 2003).

E. Borgna, “Social Meanings of Food and Drink Consumption at LM III Phaistos,” in P. Halstead and J. C. Barrett (eds.), Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 5] (Oxford 2004) 174-195.

E. Borgna, “Aegean Feasting: a Minoan Perspective,” in J. C. Wright (ed.), The Mycenaean Feast (Princeton 2004) 127-159.

B. P. Hallager, “Terminology – The Late Minoan Goblet, Kylix and Footed Cup,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 15-47.

B. P. Hallager, “The Synchronisms Mainland-West Crete in the LM IIIA2-IIIB Period,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 277-292 [with response by P. Mountjoy (293-295) and discussion (297-302)].

E. Hallager, “A Note on a Lost Stirrup Jar from Knossos,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 157-160.

E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997).

H. W. Haskell, The Coarse Ware Stirrup Jars of Crete and the Cyclades (Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1981).

H. W. Haskell, “From Palace to Town Administration: The Evidence of Coarse-ware Stirrup-jars,” in O.

Krzyszkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 121-128.

H. Haskell, “Trade and Production in ‘Mycenaean’ Crete,” 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)  101-111.

H. W. Haskell, “Wanax to Wanax: Regional Trade Patterns in Mycenaean Crete,” in A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS : Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004) 151-160.

H. W. Haskell, “Region to Region Export of Transport Stirrup Jars from LM IIIA2/B Crete,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 205-221 [with response by A. Kanta (223-234) and discussion (235-241)].

H. W. Haskell, R. E. Jones, P. M. Day, and J. T. Killen, Transport Stirrup Jars of the Bronze Age Aegean and East Mediterranean [Prehistory Monographs 33] (Philadelphia 2011).

A. Kanta, The Late Minoan III Period in Crete. A Survey of Sites, Pottery and their Distribution [SIMA 58] (Göteborg 1980).

A. J. Koh, The Organic Residues of Mochlos, Crete: An Interdisciplinary Study of Typological and Spatial Function at an Archaeological Site (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 2006).

V. La Rosa, “Spigolature vecchie e nuove da Haghia Triada,” in EILAPINE. Tomos timetikos yia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Heraklion 1987) 383-390.

J. A. MacGillivray, “Late Minoan II and III Pottery and Chronology at Palaikastro: an Introduction,” in E. and

B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 193-202.

C. Langohr, “La céramique MM IIIB – MR IIIB de Sissi. Quelques depots et ensembles notoires,” Aegis 4(2011) 175-192.

J. Maran, “Late Minoan Coarse Ware Stirrup Jars on the Greek Mainland. A Postpalatial Perspective from the 12th Century B.C. Argolid,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 415-431 [with response by L. P. Day (433-439) and discussion (441-442)].

N. I. Merousis, Oi eikonographikoi kykloi ton YM III larnakon. Oi diastaseis tes eikonographias sta plaisia ton taphikon praktikon (Thessalonike 2000).

E. Nodarou, “Exploring Patterns of Intra-regional Pottery Distribution in Late Minoan IIIA-B East Crete: The Evidence from the Petrographic Analysis of Three Ceramic Assemblages,” in S. Y. Waksman (ed.), Archaeometric and Archaeological Approaches to Ceramics [BAR-IS 1691] (Oxford 2007) 75-83.

M. R. Popham, The Last Days of the Palace at Knossos. Complete Vases of the Late Minoan IIIB Period [SIMA 5] (Lund 1964).

M. Popham, “Late Minoan Pottery, A Summary,” BSA 62(1967) 337-351.

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan IIIB Pottery from Knossos,” BSA 65(1970) 195-202.

M. R. Popham, The Minoan Unexplored Mansion at Knossos [BSA Supplement 17] (Oxford 1984) 182-185.

S. Privitera, “I due pithoi globulari di Haghia Triada e la cronologia della ‘Casa dei Vani aggiunti progressivamente’,” Creta Antica 2(2001) 141-147.

J. B. Rutter, “The Short-necked Amphora of the Post-Palatial Mesara,” Pepragmena tou H’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2000) A3: 177-188.

M. C. Shaw, “A Decorated Minoan Pyxis from House X at Kommos,” 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) 242-250.

R. A. K. Smith, The Tombs of Mochlos and Myrsini:  Pottery and Cultural Regionalism in Late Minoan III Crete (Ph.D. dissertation, Bryn Mawr College 2002).

R. A. K. Smith, “Late Minoan III Mochlos and the Regional Consumption of Pottery,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 309-317.

R. A. K. Smith, “Minoans, Mycenaeans and Mokhlos: The Formation of Regional Identity in Late Minoan III Crete,” in A. L. D’Agata, J. Moody, and E. Williams (eds.), Ariadne’s Threads: Connections between Crete and the Greek Mainland in Late Minoan III (LM IIIA2 to LM IIIC) (Athens 2005) 185-204.

R. A. K. Smith, Mochlos IIB. Period IV. The Mycenean Settlement and Cemetery. The Pottery [Prehistory Monographs 27] (Philadelphia 2010).

R. A. K. Smith, “A Unique Late Minoan III Ring-shaped Vase from the Myrsini Aspropilia Cemetery,” 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) 267-273.

I. Tzedakis, “L’atelier de céramique postpalatiale à Kydonia,” BCH 93(1969) 396-418.

Y. Tzedakis and A. Kanta, Kastelli Chanion 1966 [Incunabula Graeca 66] (Rome 1978).

M. Tsipopoulou and L. Vagnetti, “Workshop Attributions for Some Late Minoan III East Cretan Larnakes,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 473-479.

D. Vallianou, “The Potters’ Quarter in LM III Gouves,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 333-344.

P. M. Warren, “Late Minoan III Pottery from the City of Knossos: Stratigraphic Museum Extension Site,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 157-184.

L. V. Watrous, Kommos III: The Late Bronze Age Pottery (Princeton 1992).

 

Figurines and Ivories

G. C. Gesell, “The Snake Goddesses of the LM IIIB and LM IIIC Periods,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 131-140.

G. Gesell and T. C. Saupe, “Methods Used in the Construction of Ceramic Objects from the Shrine of the Goddess with Upraised Hands at Kavousi,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 123-126.

A. Karetsou and N. Kourou, “Terracotta Wheelmade Bull Figurines from Central Crete: Types, Fabrics, Technique and Tradition,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 107-116.

I. Tournavitou, “Arts and Crafts: Contrasts and Comparisons between Neopalatial and ‘Mycenaean’ Crete. The Case of Ivory,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 445-454.

 

Linear B Texts from Contexts Later than LM IIIA2

[see also under “Painted Linear B Inscriptions on Transport Stirrup Jars” in Lesson 25: The Linear B Tablets and Mycenaean Social, Political, and Economic Organization]

A. Farnoux and J. Driessen, “Inscriptions peintes en linéaire B à Malia,” BCH 115(1991) 71-97.

L. Godart and Y. Tzedakis, “Les nouveaux textes en linéaire B de la Canée,” Rivista di Filologia e d’Istruzione Classica 119(1991) 129-149.

L. Godart and Y. Tzédakis, “La chute de Cnossos, le royaume de Kydonia et le scribe 115,” BCH 119(1995) 27-33.

E. Hallager and M. Vlasaki, “New Linear B Tablets from Khania,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 169-174.

E. Hallager, M. Vlasakis, and B. P. Hallager, “The First Linear B Tablet(s) from Khania,” Kadmos 29(1990) 24-34.

E. Hallager, M. Vlasakis, and B. P. Hallager, “New Linear B Tablet(s) from Khania,” Kadmos 31(1992) 61-87.

T. G. Palaima, “Ten Reasons Why KH 115 Does Not Equal KN 115,” Minos 27-28(1995) 261-281.

M. Popham, “A LM IIIB Inscription from Knossos,” Kadmos 8(1969) 43-45.

M. Popham, “Inscribed Stirrup Jars: A Differing View,” Pepragmena tou E’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 1985) A: 289-296.

M. Popham, “The Historical Implications of the Linear B Archive at Knossos Dating to Either ca. 1400 B.C. or 1200 B.C.,” Cretan Studies 1(1988) 217-227.

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