Lesson 14: Bibliography

Late Minoan Painting and Other Representational Art: Pottery, Frescoes, Steatite Vases, Ivories, and Bronzes

[Updated April 2012]


  1. Colloquia, Symposia, and Festschriften
  2. General Art History and Iconography
  3. Figurines
  4. Frescoes
  5. Pottery: General
  6. Pottery: Neopalatial [MM III-LM I]
  7. Pottery: Monopalatial [LM II-IIIA1]
  8. Pottery: Final Palatial [LM IIIA2-IIIB Early]
  9. Pottery: Post-palatial [LM IIIB Late-IIIC]
  10. Pottery: Physico-chemical Provenience Analyses
  11. Pottery: Residue Analyses
  12. Pottery: Production Facilities and Technology
  13. Pottery: Studies of Specific Shapes, Decorative Motifs, or Vasepainting Styles
  14. Pottery: Transport Vessels: Stirrup Jars and Amphoras
  15. Pottery: Cooking Vessels, Lamps, and Miscellaneous “Coarse Wares”
  16. Pottery: Bulk Storage Containers: Pithoi
  17. Terracotta and Stone Larnakes and Wooden Coffins
  18. Seals, Signets, and Sealings
  19. Stone and Shell Artifacts and the Sources of the Raw Materials
  20. Ivories and Furniture
  21. Weaponry and Warriors
  22. Metalwork Other than in the Forms of Figurines, Jewelry, Signet Rings, Tools, and Weapons
  23. Faience
  24. Jewelry
  25. Textiles, Dyes, and Costume
  26. Music
  27. Cuisine
  28. Games and Toys
  29. Miscellaneous Small Finds
  30. Miscellaneous Organic Substances
  31. Tools
  32. Crafts and Industries
  33. Collections of Minoan Antiquities

 


Colloquia, Symposia, and Festschriften

R. Aslan, S. Blum, G. Kastl, and D. Thumm (eds.), Mauerschau: Festschrift für Manfred Korfmann  I  (Remshalden-Grunbach 2002).

P. P. Betancourt and S. C. Ferrence (eds). Metallurgy: Understanding How, Learning Why. Studies in Honor of James D. Muhly [Prehistory Monographs 29] (Philadelphia 2011).

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).

P. P. Betancourt and S. C. Ferrence (eds.), Metallurgy: Understanding How, Learning Why. Studies in Honor of James D. Muhly (Philadelphia 2011).

F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 (Vienna 2000).

S. Böhm and K.-V. von Eickstedt (eds.), ITHAKE: Festschrift für Jörg Schäfer zum 75. Geburtstag am 25. April 2001 (Würzburg 2001).

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

J. Bourriau and J. Phillips (eds.), Invention and Innovation: The Social Context of Change 2: Egypt, the Aegean and the Near East 1650-1150 B.C. (Oxford 2004).

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).

T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011).

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

F. Carinci, N. Cucuzza, P. Militello, and O. Palio (eds.), KRETES MINOIDOS: Tradizione e identità minoica tra produzione artigianale, pratiche cerimoniali e memoria del passato. Studi offerti a Vincenzo La Rosa per il Suo 70o compleanno (Padova 2012).

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

A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS: Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004).

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

A. Cohen and J. B. Rutter (eds.), Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy [Hesperia Supplement 41] (Princeton 2007).

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

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

P. Darcque and R. Treuil (eds.), L’habitat égéen préhistorique [BCH Supplement 19] (Paris 1990).

L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004).

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

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).

J. L. Fitton (ed.), Ivory in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period (London 1992).

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

E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988).

O. H. Frey and H. Roth (eds.), Beiträge zur ägäischen Bronzezeit [Kleine Schriften aus dem Vorgeschichtlichen Seminar Marburg 11] (Marburg 1982).

I. Galanaki, H. Tomas, Y. Galanakis, and R. Laffineur (eds.), Between the Aegean and Baltic Seas: Prehistory across Borders [Aegaeum 27] (Liège/Austin 2007).

W. Gauss, M. Lindblom, R. A. K. Smith, and J. C. Wright (eds.), Our Cups Are Full: Pottery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age: Papers Presented to Jeremy B. Rutter on the Occasion of His 65th Birthday (Oxford 2011).

C. Gillis and M.-L. B. Nosch (eds.), Ancient Textiles: Production, Craft and Society [Ancient Textile Series 1] (Oxford  2003).

C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade [SIMA Pocket-book 134] (Jonsered 1995).

C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg (eds.), Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Production and the Craftsman [SIMA Pocket-book 143] (Jonsered 1997) .

R. Hägg (ed.), The Function of the ‘Minoan Villa’ (Stockholm 1997).

E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997).

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

L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008).

A. Karetsou (ed.), Krete – Aigyptos. Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion. Meletes (Athens 2000).

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

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

K. Kopaka (ed.), FYLO. Engendering Prehistoric ‘Stratigraphies’ in the Aegean and the Mediterranean [Aegaeum 30] (Liège/Austin 2009).

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

O. Krzsyzkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983).

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 P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997).

R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8](Liège 1992).

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 (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995).

F. Lang, C. Reinholdt, and J. Weilhartner (eds.), STEPHANOS ARISTEIOS. Archäologische Forschungen zwischen Nil und Istros: Festschrift für Stefan Hiller zum 65. Geburtstag (Vienna 2007).

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).

L. Morgan (ed.), Aegean Wall Paintings: A Tribute to Mark Cameron [BSA Studies 13] (London 2005).

C. Morris (ed.), KLADOS: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995).

W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989).

W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995).

W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000).

W. Müller (ed.),  Die Bedeutung der minoischen und mykenischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 8] (Mainz 2010).

W-D. Niemeier (ed.), Studien zur minoischen und helladischen Glyptik: Beiträge zum 2. Marburger Siegel-Symposium, 26.-30. September 1978 [CMS Beiheft 1] (Berlin 1981).

T. G. Palaima (ed.), Aegean Seals, Sealings, and Administration [Aegaeum 5] (Liège 1990).

D. J. Pullen (ed.), Political Economies of the Aegean Bronze Age (Oxford 2010).

P. Rehak (ed.), The Role of the Ruler in the Prehistoric Aegean [Aegaeum 11] (Liège/Austin 1995).

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

N. Ch. Stambolides and A. Karetsou, Anatolike Mesogeios: Kypros – Dodekanesa – Krete, 16os – 6os ai. p. Ch. (Heraklion 1998).

I Tzachili (ed.), Aegean Metallurgy in the Bronze Age (Athens 2008).

A. Vlachopoulos and K. Birtacha (eds.), ARGONAUTIS: Timetikos tomos yia ton Kathegete Christo G. Douma apo tous mathetes tou sto Panepistimio Athenon (1980-2000) (Athens 2003).

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

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).

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).

Antichità Cretesi. Studi in onore di Doro Levi I-II (Catania 1973,1974).

EILAPINE. Tomos timetikos gia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Heraklion 1987).

I Cento Anni dello Scavo di Festòs [Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei; Atti dei Convegni Lincei 173] (Rome 2001)

Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan A’–D’ (Athens 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990).

STELE. Tomos eis mnemen Nikolaou Kontoleontos (Athens 1978).

 

General Art History and Iconography  [for Bull-jumping, see under Lesson #15 (Minoan Religion)]

B. Alberti, Archaeology and Maxculinity in Late Bronze Age Knossos (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Southampton 1997).

B. Alberti, “Gender and the Figurative Art of Late Bronze Age Knossos,” in Y. Hamilakis (ed.), Labyrinth Revisited: Rethinking Minoan Archaeology (Oxford 2002) 98-117.

S. Alexiou, “Neue Wagendarstellungen aus Kreta,” AA (1964) 785-804.

S. Amigues, “Le crocus et le safran sur un fresque de Théra,” RA 2(1988) 227-242.

M. Ballintijn, “Lions Depicted on Aegean Seals. How Realistic Are They?,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 23-37.

C. Baurain, “Les génies à carapace,” Archeologia 211(1986) 39-44.

C. Baurain, “Recherche sur l’iconographie créto-mycénienne du lion iliadique,” in J. Servais, T. Hackens, and B. Servais-Soyez (eds.), Stemmata: Mélanges de philologie, d’histoire, et d’archéologie grecque offerts à Jules LaBarbe  [L'Antiquité Classique Supplement] (Liège 1987)          .

I. Berg, “Aegean Bronze Age Seascapes – a Case Study in Maritime Movement, Contact and Interaction,” in S. Antoniadou and A. Pace (eds.), Mediterranean Crossroads (Athens 2007) 387-415.

P. P. Betancourt, Introduction to Aegean Art (Philadelphia 2007).

F. Blakolmer, “Colour in the Aegean Bronze Age: From Monochromy to Polychromy,” in L. Cleland and K. Stears (eds.), Colour in the Ancient Mediterranean World [BAR-IS 1267] (Oxford 2004) 61-67.

F. Blakolmer, “Vom Wandrelief in die Kleinkunst. Transformationen des Stierbildes in der minoisch-mykenischen Bildkunst,” in F. Lang, C. Reinholdt, and J. Weilhartner (eds.), STEPHANOS ARISTEIOS. Archäologische Forschungen zwischen Nil und Istros: Festschrift für Stefan Hiller zum 65. Geburtstag (Vienna 2007) 31-47.

F. Blakolmer, “Minoisch-mykenische ‘Prozessionsfresken’: Überlegungen zu den dargestellten und den nicht dargestellten Gaben,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen (Vienna 2007) 41-57.

F. Blakolmer, “Processions in Aegean Iconography II: Who Are the Participants?,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 257-268.

F. Blakolmer, “Ethnizität und Identität in der minoisch-mykenischen Ikonographie,” Anodos. Studies of the Ancient World 10(2010) 29-40.

E. F. Bloedow, “On Lions in Mycenaean and Minoan Culture,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 295-305.

E. F. Bloedow, “Löwenjagd im spätbronzezeitlichen Griechenland,” Altertum 38(1993) 241-250.

E. Bloedow, “The Significance of the Goat in Minoan Culture,” PZ 78(2003) 1-59.

M. Borda, Arte Cretese-Micenea nel Museo Pigorini di Roma (Rome 1946).

C. Boulotis, “Villes et palais dans l’art égéen du IIe millénaire av. J.-C.,” in P. Darcque and R. Treuil (eds.), L’habitat égéen préhistorique [BCH Supplement 19] (Paris 1990) 421-459.

I. Bradfer, “Nautile ou argonaute? Remarques sur un motif égéen,” RA (1998) 107-118.

E. Brandt, Grüss und Gebet. Eine Studie zu Gebärden in der minoisch-mykenischen und frühgriechischen Kunst (Waldsassen 1965).

K. Branigan, “Craft Specialization in Minoan Crete,” in O. Krzsyzkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 23-32.

S. L. Budin, Images of Woman and Child from the Bronze Age: Reconsidering Fertility, Maternity, and Gender in the Ancient World (Cambridge 2011).

D. Cameron, “The Minoan Horns of Consecration,” in J. Marler (ed.), From the Realm of the Ancestors: An Anthology in Honor of Marija Gimbutas (Manchester 1997) 508-518.

C. D. Cain, The Question of Narrative in Aegean Bronze Age Art (Ph. D. dissertation, University of Toronto 1997).

C. D. Cain, “Dancing in the Dark: Deconstructing a Narrative of Epiphany on the Isopata Ring,” AJA 105(2001) 27-49.

I. Cerceau, “Les représentations vegetales dans l’art égéen: Problèmes d’identification,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 181-184.

A. P. Chapin, Perspective in Minoan Pictorial Art (M.A. thesis, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1988).

A. P. Chapin, Landscape and Space in Aegean Bronze Age Art (Ph.D. dissertation, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 1995).

A. P. Chapin, “Constructions of Male Youth and Gender in Aegean Art: The Evidence from Late Bronze Age Crete and Thera,” in K. Kopaka (ed.), FYLO. Engendering Prehistoric ‘Stratigraphies’ in the Aegean and the Mediterranean [Aegaeum 30] (Liège/Austin 2009) 175-182.

E. H. Cline, “Monkey Business in the Bronze Age Aegean,” BSA 86(1991) 29-42.

T. Corsten, “Zu den sogenannten Schwebenden Gottheiten,” in E. Thomas (ed.), Forschungen zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte: Das Ende der mykenischen Welt (Köln 1987) 193-200.

J. L. Crowley, The Aegean and the East. An Investigation into the Transference of Artistic Motifs between the Aegean, Egypt and the Near East in the Bronze Age [SIMA Pocket-book 51] (Jonsered 1989).

J. Crowley, “The Icon Imperative: Rules of Composition in Aegean Art,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8](Liège 1992) 23-36.

J. L. Crowley, “Images of Power in the Bronze Age Aegean,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) II: 475-491.

J. L. Crowley, “Geometry in Aegean Design,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 81-92.

M. Cultraro, L’annello di Minosse. Archeologia della regalità nell’Egeo minoico (Milano 2001).

K. Czernohaus, Delphindarstellungen von der minoischen bis zur geometrischen Zeit [SIMA Pocket-book 66] (Göteborg 1998).

A. L. D’Agata, “Late Minoan Crete and Horns of Consecration: A Symbol in Action,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 247-256.

E. N. Davis, “Art and Politics in the Aegean: The Missing Ruler,” in P. Rehak (ed.), The Role of the Ruler in the Prehistoric Aegean [Aegaeum 11] (Liège/Austin 1995) 11-20.

J. Day, An Exploration of the Social Roles of Plants in the Bronze Age Aegean (Ph.D. dissertation, Trinity College Dublin 2007).

J. Day, “Crocuses in Context: A Diachronic Survey of the Crocus Motif in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Hesperia 80(2011) 337-379.

J. Dempsey, Calendar House: Secrets of Time, Life and Power in Ancient Crete’s Great Year (2008). [available in pdf form from author at jpd37@hotmail.com]

N. Dimopoulou, “A Gold Discoid from Poros, Herakleion: The Guard Dog and the Garden,“ in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 89-100.

I. Douskos, “The Crocuses of Santorini,” TAW II.2(1980) 142-146.

G. Drappier and C. Langohr, “Iconographie du pouvoir en Crète minoenne. Vers la mise au point d’un méthodologie,” in Y. Perrin (ed.), Iconographie impériale, iconographie royale, iconographie des elites dans le monde gréco-romain (Saint-Étienne 2004) 19-47.

D. Evely, “Minoan Craftsmen: Problems of Recognition and Definition,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 397-415.

D. Evely, “The Neo-Palatial Minoan Warrior: Fact or Fiction,” 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) 59-69.

S. C. Ferrence, “Is There Iconography of the Minoan Feast?,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 269-275.

K. P. Foster, “Visage and Likeness in Minoan Art,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 127-140.

K. P. Foster, “A Taste for the Exotic,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 327-338.

H. Frankfort, “Some Notes on the Cretan Griffin,” BSA 37(1936-37) 106-122.

M. L. Fri, The Double Axe in Minoan Crete: A Functional Analysis of Production and Use (Ph.D. dissertation, Stockholm University 2007).

K. Galanakis, Minoan Glyptic: Typology, Deposits and Iconography from the Early Minoan Period to the Late Minoan IB Destruction in Crete [BAR-IS 1442] (Oxford 2005).

C. Gates, “Why Are There No Scenes of Warfare in Minoan Art?,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 277-283.

S. C. German, Performance and the Art of the Aegean Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University 1999).

S. C. German, “The Politics of Dancing: A Reconsideration of the Motif of Dancing in Bronze Age Greece,” 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) 279-282.

S. C. German, “The Human Form in the Late Bronze Age Aegean,” in A. E. Rautman (ed.), Reading the Body: Representations and Remains in the Archaeological Record (Philadelphia 2000) 95-123.

S. C. German, Performance, Power and the Art of the Aegean Bronze Age [BAR-IS 1347] (Oxford 2005).

M. A. V. Gill, “The Minoan ‘Genius’,” AM 79(1964) 1-21.

M. A. V. Gill, “Some Observations on Representations of Marine Animals in Minoan Art, and their Identification,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 63-81.

C. Gillis, “The Use of Color in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in L. Cleland and K. Stears (eds.), Colour in the Ancient Mediterranean World [BAR-IS 1267] (Oxford 2004) 56-60.

C. Greenlaw, “How Monkeys Evolved in Egyptian and Minoan Art and Culture,” in C. Briault, J. Green, A. Kaldelis, and A. Stellatou (eds.), SOMA 2003: Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology [BAR Internatkional Series 1391] (Oxford 2005) 71-73.

H. A. Groenewegen-Frankfort, Arrest and Movement. An Essay on Space and Time in the Representational Art of the Ancient Near East (London 1951).

B. P. and E. Hallager, “The Knossian Bull – Political Propaganda in Neopalatial Crete?,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) II: 547-556.

M. Haysom, “The Double-Axe: A Contextual Approach to the Understanding of a Cretan Symbol in the Neopalatial Period,” OJA 29(2010) 35-55.

C. F. Herberger, The Thread of Ariadne: The Labyrinth of the Calendar of Minos (New York 1972).

C. F. Herberger, The Riddle of the Sphinx: Calendric Symbolism in Myth and Icon (New York 1979).

S. Hiller, “Scenes of Warfare and Combat in the Arts of Aegean Late Bronze Age. Reflections on Typology and Development,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 319-330.

S. Hiller, “Papyrus und Rosette. Zu einer Motivverbindung in der spätbronzezeitlichen ägäischen Malkunst,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 (Vienna 2000) 97-104.

S. Hiller, “Potnia/Potnios Aigon. On the Religious Aspects of Goats in the Aegean Late Bronze Age,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg (eds.), POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 293-304.

S. Hiller, “Kleine Leute – Grosse Tiere. Themen der ägäischen Bildkunst in der späten Bronze- und der frühen Eisenzeit,” in F. Blakolmer and H. D. Szemethy (eds.), Akten des 8. Österreichischen Archäologentages am Institut für Klassische Archäologie der Universität Wien vom 23. bis 25. April 1999 (Vienna 2001) 45-52.

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E. Sapouna-Sakellarakis, Die bronzenen Menschenfiguren auf Kreta und in der Ägäis [Prähistorische Bronzefunde I.5] (Stuttgart 1995).

I. Schoep, “‘Home Sweet Home’. Some Comments on the So-called House Models from the Prehellenic Aegean,” Opuscula Atheniensia 20(1994) 189-210.

Y. Tzedhakis, “A Minoan ‘Goddess’ Idol from Sakhtouria,” BSA 62(1967) 203-205.

G. Varoufakis, “Chemische und metallurgische Untersuchung von 45 minoischen Statuetten,” in E. Sapouna-Sakellarakis, Die bronzenen Menschenfiguren auf Kreta und in der Ägäis [Prähistorische Bronzefunde I.5] (Stuttgart 1995) 154-167.

C. Verlinden, Les statuettes anthropomorphes crétoises en bronze et en plomb du IIIème millénaire au VIIème siècle av. J. C. (Louvain-la-Neuve 1984).

C. Verlinden, “Reflexions sur le fonction et la production des figurines anthropomorphes minoennes en bronze,” Opuscula Atheniensia 17(1988) 183-190.

J. Weingarten, “Measure for Measure: What the Palaikastro Kouros Can Tell Us about Minoan Society,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) I: 249-264.

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 Rhoads Bell (San Antonio 1997) 471-481.

M.-L. Winbladh, “The Terracotta Figurines and the Stone Vases,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), The Greek-Swedish Excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square, Kastelli Khania 1970-1987 and 2001 II: The Late Minoan IIIC Settlement (Stockholm 2000) 183-184.

M.-L. Winbladh, “The Terracotta Figurines and the Stone Vases,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), The Greek-Swedish Excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square, Kastelli Khania 1970-1987 and 2001 III: The Late Minoan IIIB2 Settlement (Stockholm 2003) 270-273.

M. Zeimbeki, “The Organization of Votive Production and Distribution in the Peak Sanctuaries of State Society Crete: A Perspective Offered by the Juktas Clay Animal Figurines,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 351-361.

Frescoes

 

K. Abramovitz, “Frescoes from Ayia Irini, Keos, Parts II-IV,” Hesperia 49(1980) 57-85.

M. Bietak, “Die Wandmalereien aus Tell el-Dab’a/’Ezbet Helmi: Erste Eindrücke,” in 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) 20-58.

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

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

F. Blakolmer, “Komparative Funktionsanalyse der malerischen Raumdekors in minoischen Palästen und Villen,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) II: 463-474.

F. Blakolmer, “Minoan Wall-painting: The Transformation of a Craft into an Art Form,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 95-105.

F. Blakolmer, “Minoisch-mykenische ‘Prozessionsfresken’: Überlegungen zu den dargestellten und den nicht dargestellten Gaben,” in E. Alram-Stern and G. Nightingale (eds.), KEIMELION: Eliten und elitärer Konsum von der mykenischen Palastzeit bis zur homerischen (Vienna 2007) 41-57.

F. Blakolmer, “La peinture murale dans le monde minoen et mycénien. Distribution, fonctions des espaces, déclinaison du répertoire iconographique,” in I. Boehm and S. Müller Celka (eds.), Espace civil, espace religieux en Égée durant la période mycénienne. Approches épigraphique, linguistique et archéologique (Lyon 2010) 147-170.

C. Boulotis, “Nochmals zum Prozessionsfresko von Knossos: Palast und Darbringung von Prestige-Objekten,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 145-156.

A. Brysbaert, “Bronze Age Plaster Finds from Palaikastro-Crete: Options and Limitations of a Field Laboratory,“ Papers of the Institute of Archaeology 11(2000) 47-60.

A. Brysbaert, “Rotating Angles in Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age. The Technology of Bronze Age Painted Plaster from the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 167-177.

A. Brysbaert, “Does DIY Work? Experimentation and the Archaeology of Technology in an Aegean Bronze Age Context,” 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) 7-16.

A. Brysbaert, Technology and Social Agency in Bronze Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Painted Plaster (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Glasgow 2004).

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.

A. Brysbaert, “Murex Uses in Plaster Features in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age,” Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 7:2(2007)     .

A. Brysbaert, The Power of Technology in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean: The Case of the Painted Plaster (London 2009).

A. Brysbaert, K. Melessanaki and D. Anglos, “Pigment Analysis in Bronze Age Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Painted Plaster by Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS),” JAS 33(2006) 1095-1104.

M. A. S. Cameron, “An Addition to ‘La Parisienne’,” Kretika Chronika 18(1964) 38-53.

M. A. S. Cameron, “Unpublished Fresco Fragments of a Chariot Composition from Knossos,” AA (1967) 330-344.

M. A. S. Cameron, “Notes on Some New Joins and Additions to Well-Known Frescos from Knossos,” in W. C. Brice (ed.), Europa: Festschrift für Ernst Grumach (Berlin 1967) 45-74.

M. A. S. Cameron, “Unpublished Paintings from the ‘House of the Frescoes’,” BSA 63(1968) 1-31.

M. A. S. Cameron, “A Graffito Related to a Turtle Composition on a Minoan Fresco from Knossos,” Kadmos 7(1968) 97-100.

M. A. S. Cameron, “New Restorations of Minoan Frescoes from Knossos,” BICS 17(1970) 163-166.

M. A. S. Cameron, “The Lady in Red,” Archaeology 24(1971) 35-43.

M. A. S. Cameron, A General Study of Minoan Frescoes with Particular Reference to Unpublished Wall Paintings from Knossos (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Newcastle upon Tyne 1974).

M. A. S. Cameron, “On Theoretical Principles in Aegean Bronze Age Mural Restoration,” TUAS 1(1976) 20-41.

M. A. S. Cameron, “Savakis’s Bothros: A Minor Sounding at Knossos,” BSA 71(1976) 1-13.

M. A. S. Cameron, “Theoretical Interrelations among Theran, Cretan and Mainland Frescoes,” in C. Doumas and H. C. Puchelt (eds.), TAW I (London 1978) 579-592.

M. A. S. Cameron, “The ‘Palatial’ Thematic System in the Knossos Murals. Last Notes on Knossos Frescoes,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 320-328.

M. Cameron and S. Hood, Sir Arthur Evans’ Knossos Fresco Atlas, with Catalogue of Plates (London 1967).

M. A. S. Cameron, R. E. Jones, and S. E. Philippakis, “Scientific Analyses of Minoan Fresco Samples from Knossos,” BSA 72(1977) 121-184.

I. Cerceau, “Les représentations végétales dans l’art égéen: problèmes d’identification,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 181-184.

A. P. Chapin, “A Re-examination of the Floral Fresco from the Unexplored Mansion at Knossos,” BSA  92(1997) 1-24.

A. P. Chapin, “Power, Privilege, and Landscape in Minoan Art,” in A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS: Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004) 47-64.

A. P. Chapin, “Gender and Coalitional Power in the Miniature Frescoes of Crete and the Cycladic Islands,” Pepragmena tou I’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 2011) A3: 507-522.

A. P Chapin and M. C. Shaw, “The Frescoes from the House of the Frescoes at Knossos : A Reconsideration of their Archaeological Context and a New Reconstruction of the Crocus Panel,” BSA 101(2006) 57-88.

J. Coulomb, “Le prince aux lis de Knossos reconsidéré,” BCH 103(1979) 29-50.

J. Coulomb, “Les boxeurs minoens,” BCH 105(1981) 27-40.

A. Dandrau, “La peinture murale minoenne, I: La palette du peintre égéen et égyptien à l’Âge du Bronze. Nouvelles données analytiques,” BCH 123(1999) 1-41.

A. Dandrau, “La peinture murale minoenne, II: La production des enduits: matériaux et typologie,” BCH 124(2000) 75-97.

A. Dandrau, “La peinture murale minoenne, III: L’artiste au travail: méthodes et techniques d’exécution,” BCH 125(2001) 41-66.

E. N. Davis, “The Knossos Miniature Frescoes and the Function of the Central Courts,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Function of the Minoan Palaces (Stockholm 1987) 157-161.

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

C. Doumas, The Wall-Paintings of Thera (Athens 1992).

D. Evely (ed.), Fresco: A Passport into the Past – Minoan Crete through the Eyes of Mark Cameron (Athens 1999).

C. Gates, “The Adoption of Pictorial Imagery in Minoan Wall Painting: A Comparativist Perspective,” in A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS: Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004) 27-46.

U. Günkel-Maschek, “Visual Basic? Überlegungen zur Korrelation von Ikonographie und Raumfunktion in der minoischen Architektur, ” in F. Blakolmer, C. Reinholdt, J. Weilhartner, and G. Nightingale (eds.), Österreichische Forschungen zur Ägäischen Bronzezeit 2009 (Vienna 2011) 125-136.

R. Hägg, “Pictorial Programmes in Minoan Palaces and Villas,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985)  209-217.

C. F. Hawke-Smith, “The Knossos Frescoes: A  Revised Chronology,” BSA 71(1976) 65-76.

N. Heaton, “Minoan Lime-plaster and Fresco Painting,” Journal of the Royal Institute of British Architects (1911) 697-710.

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

S. Hiller, “’The Captain of the Blacks’. Zur Bildthematik eines Freskofragments aus Knossos,“ in S. Böhm and K.-V. von Eickstedt (eds.), ITHAKE. Festschrift für Jörg Schäfer zum 75. Geburtstag am 25. April 2001 (Würzburg 2001) 31-36.

E. Hirsch, Painted Decoration on the Floors of Bronze Age Structures on Crete and the Greek Mainland (Göteborg 1977).

E. S. Hirsch, “Another Look at Minoan and Mycenaean Interrelationships in Floor Decoration,” AJA 84(1980) 453-462.

S. Hood, The Arts in Prehistoric Greece (Harmondsworth 1978) 47-77.

S. A. Immerwahr, “A Possible Influence of Egyptian Art in the Creation of Minoan Wall Painting,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 41-50.

S. A. Immerwahr, Aegean Painting in the Bronze Age (University Park 1990).

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.

B. Jones, “A Reconsideration of the Kneeling Figure Fresco from Hagia Triada,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 151-158.

R. E. Jones, “Analyses of Frescoes, Technical Studies and Replication Experiments,” in D. Evely (ed.), Fresco: A Passport into the Past – Minoan Crete through the Eyes of Mark Cameron (Athens 1999) 141-173.

R. E. Jones, “Technical Studies of Aegean Bronze Age Wall Paintings: Methods, Results and Future Prospects,” in L. Morgan (ed.), Aegean Wall Paintings: A Tribute to Mark Cameron [BSA Studies 13] (London 2005) 199-228.

R. B. Koehl, “A Marinescape Floor from the Palace at Knossos,” AJA 90(1986) 407-417.

L. Kontorli-Papadopoulou, Aegean Frescoes of Religious Character [SIMA 117] (Göteborg 1996).

C. Long, The Ayia Triadha Sarcophagus: A Study of Late Minoan and Mycenaean Funerary Practices and Beliefs (Göteborg 1974).

E. Mantzourani, “Notes on the Depiction of Vessels and Vases in Aegean Wall-painting,” in C. Morris (ed.), KLADOS: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995) 123-141.

A. Marcar, “Aegean Costume and the Dating of the Knossian Frescoes,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 225-238.

N. Marinatos, “The Minoan Harem: The Role of Eminent Women and the Knossos Frescoes,” in Dialogues d’histoire ancienne [Hommage à Ettore Lepore] 15:2(1989) 33-62.

N. Marinatos, “The ‘Export’ Significance of Minoan Bull Hunting and Bull Leaping Scenes,” Ägypten und Levante 4(1994) 89-93.

N. Marinatos, “Catalogue of the Fragments of Wall Paintings from Knossos with Taureador Scenes,” in M. Bietak, N. Marinatos, and C. Palyvou, Taureador Scenes in Tell el-Dab’a (Avaris) and Knossos (Vienna 2007) 133-141.

N. Marinatos and C. Palyvou, “The Taureador Frescoes from Knossos: A New Study,” in M. Bietak, N. Marinatos, and C. Palyvou, Taureador Scenes in Tell el-Dab’a (Avaris) and Knossos (Vienna 2007) 115-126.

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

P. Militello, “Oi mykenaïkes nopographies tes Ayias Triadas,” in H periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia, 25-29 Septembriou 1994] (Lamia 1999) 345-352.

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.

P.Militello, “Minoische Tradition und mykenische Innovation: Wandbilder und Kultaktivitäten in Agia Triada in SM IIIA,” JOAI 75(2006) 185-203.

M. Möbius, “Pflanzenbilder der minoischen Kunst in botanischen Betrachtung,” JdI 68(1933) 1-39.

L. Morgan, “Morphology, Syntax and the Issue of Chronology,” in J. A. MacGillivray and R. L. N. Barber (eds.), The Prehistoric Cyclades (Edinburgh 1984) 165-178.

L. Morgan, “Idea, Idiom and Iconography,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985)  5-19.

L. Morgan, The Miniature Wall Paintings of Thera: a Study in Aegean Culture and Iconography (Cambridge 1988).

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, “New Discoveries and New Ideas in Aegean Wall Painting,” in L. Morgan (ed.), Aegean Wall Paintings: A Tribute to Mark Cameron [BSA Studies 13] (London 2005) 21-44.

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.

S. P. Morris, “A Tale of Two Cities: the Miniature Frescoes from Thera and the Origins of Greek Poetry,” AJA 93(1989) 511-535.

K. Müller, “Frühgriechische Reliefs aus Kreta und vom griechischen Festland,” JdI 30(1915)      .

W-D. Niemeier, “Das Stuckrelief des ‘Prinzen mit der Federkrone’ aus Knossos und minoische Götterdarstellungen,” AM 102(1987) 65-98.

W-D. Niemeier, “The ‘Priest King’ Fresco from Knossos. A New Reconstruction and Interpretation,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 235-244.

L. Palmer, “Knossos: The High Relief Frescoes,” in Forschungen und Funde (Innsbruck 1980) 325-334.

R. Paribeni, “Il sarcofago dipinto di Haghia Triada,” Monumenti Antichi 19(1908) 677-756.

S. Peterson, Wall Painting in the Aegean Bronze Age: The Procession Fresco (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Minnesota 1981).

N. Platon, “Symbole eis ten spouden minoïkes toichographias,” Kretika Chronika 13(1959) 319-345.

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

P. Rehak, “The Role of Religious Painting in the Function of the Minoan Villa: The Case of Ayia Triadha,” in R. Hägg (ed.), The Function of the ‘Minoan Villa’ (Stockholm 1997) 163-175.

J. Schäfer, “Zur kunstgeschichtlichen Interpretationen altägäischer Wandmalerei,” JdI 92(1977) 1-23.

W. Schiering, “Steine und Malerei in der minoischen Kunst,” JdI 75(1960) 26-34.

E. B. Shank, “Throne Room Griffins from Pylos and Knossos,”  in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 159-165.

M. C. Shaw, “The Miniature Frescoes of Tylissos Reconsidered,” AA 87(1972) 171-187.

M. Shaw, “A Minoan Fresco from Katsamba,” AJA 82(1978) 27-34.

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, “Aegean Sponsors and Artists: Reflections of their Roles in the Patterns of Distribution of Themes and Representational Conventions in the Murals,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 481-504.

M. C. Shaw, “A Bronze Age Enigma: The ‘U-Shaped’ Motif in Aegean Architectural Representatiions,” 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) 769-779.

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, “Grids and Other Drafting Devices in Minoan and Other Aegean Wall Painting,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 179-189.

M. C. Shaw, “The ‘Priest-King’ from Knossos: Man, Woman, Priest, King, or Someone Else?,” in A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS: Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004) 65-84.

M. C. Shaw, “Plasters from the Monumental Minoan Buildings : Evidence for Painted Decoration, Architectural Appearance, and Archaeological Event,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Minoan Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 117-260.

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

M. C. Shaw and K. Laxton, “Minoan and Mycenaean Wall Hangings. New Light from a Wall Painting at Ayia Triada,” Creta Antica 3(2002) 93-104.

S. Sherratt, Arthur Evans, Knossos and the Priest-King (Oxford 2000).

S. Sherratt, “Arthur Evans and the First of the Priest-Kings,” in A. Dakouri-Hild and S. Sherratt (eds.), AUTOCHTHON: Papers Presented to O. T. P. K. Dickinson on the Occasion of His Retirement [BAR-IS 1432] (Oxford 2005) 229-241.

E. Sikla, “Threskeftikos symvolismos kai ideologia tes exousias ste minoïke anaktorike Krete. O tavros os symvolo tou anaktorou tes Knosou,” in A. Vlachopoulos and K. Birtacha (eds.), ARGONAUTIS: Timetikos tomos yia ton Kathegete Christo G. Douma apo tous mathetes tou sto Panepistimio Athenon (1980-2000) (Athens 2003) 367-388.

P. Warren, “The Fresco of the Garlands at Knossos,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconogaphie minoenne[BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 187-208.

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

Pottery: General

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

C. Knappett, “Pottery,” in H. D. G. Maschner and C. Chippindale (eds.), Handbook of Archaeological Methods (Lanham 2005) 673-714.

M. H. Wiener, “Pots and Polities,” 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) 1-21.

 

Pottery: Neopalatial [MM III-LM I]

M. Andreadaki-Vlasaki, “Omada neoanaktorikon angeion apo ton Stavromeno Rethymnes,” in EILAPINE. Tomos timetikos gia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Heraklion 1987) 55-68.

M. Andreadaki-Vlazaki, “LM IB Pottery in Chania,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 55-74.

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. S. Banou, Pottery Groups from the West Side of Area A at Pseira, Crete (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1992).

E. S. Banou, “Poros. Oikopedo I. Liouni,” AD 51B:2(1996) 630-632.

E. S. Banou, “An Introduction to the LM IB Pottery from Poros: A  Response to Metaxia Tsipopoulou and Emmanuela Alberti,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 499-506.

K. A. Barnard and T. M. Brogan, Mochlos I: Period III, Neopalatial Settlement on the Coast: The Artisans’ Quarter and the Farmhouse at Chalinomouri. IB: The Neopalatial Pottery (Philadelphia 2003).

K. A. Barnard and T. M. Brogan, “Pottery of the Late Neopalatial Periods at Mochlos,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 427-449.

L. Bernini, “Ceramics of the Early Neopalatial Period at Palaikastro,” BSA 90(1995) 55-82.

P. P. Betancourt, The History of Minoan Pottery (Princeton 1985) 115-189.

P. P. Betancourt, “Knossian Expansion in Late Minoan IB: The Evidence of the Spirals and Arcading Group,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 295-298.

P. P. Betancourt, “Pottery at Pseira in LM IB,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 401-412.

P. P. Betancourt and J. S. Silverman, Pottery from Gournia (Philadelphia 1991).

T. M. Brogan, “The Incised and Relief Lily Jars from Mochlos,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 29-41.

T. M. Brogan, “Introduction,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 39-53.

R. C. Bosanquet and R. M. Dawkins, The Unpublished Objects from the Palaikastro Excavations 1902-1906 (London 1923).

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.

T. M. Brogan, Ch. Sofianou, and J. E. Morrison, “In Search of the Upper Story of LM I House A.1 at Papadiokampos: An Integrated Architectural and Ceramic Perspective,” 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) 31-39.

T. M. Brogan, “The LM IB Pottery from Papadiokampos: A Response to Leonidas Vokotopoulos,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 573-593.

G. Cadogan, “Kythera, the Levant, Myrtos-Pyrgos and Knossos: A Response to Iphigenia Tournavitou,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 141-150.

F. M. Carinci, “La Casa a Sud della Rampa e il Medio Minoico III a Festòs,” in I Cento Anni dello Scavo di Festòs [Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei: Atti dei Convegni Lincei 173] (Rome 2001) 203-241.

E. A. and H. W. Catling and D. Smyth, “Knossos 1975: Middle Minoan III and Late Minoan I Houses by the Acropolis,” BSA 74(1979) 1-80.

D. Chatzi-Vallianou, “LM IB Pottery from the Rural Villa of Pitsidia: A Response to Jeremy Rutter,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 345-373.

T. Cunningham, “Response to Giorgos Rethemiotakis and Kostis Christakis,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 229-234.

N. Cucuzza, “Una nota sul problema dell’identificazione delle officine ceramiche minoiche di età Neopalaziale a Creta,” SMEA 39(1997) 163-176.

N. Cucuzza, “Response to Sebastian Traunmueller,” T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 109-113.

A. L. D’Agata, “Some MM IIIB/LM IA Pottery from Ayia Triada,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze moyen au Bronze récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 93-98.

P. M. Day, “Pottery Production and Consumption in the Sitia Bay Area during the New Palace Period,” in M. Tsipopoulou and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Achladia: scavi e ricerche della Missione Greco-Italiana in Creta Orientale [1991-1993] (Rome 1995) 149-176.

P. M. Day, “Ceramic Exchange between Towns and Outlying Settlements in Neopalatial East Crete,” in R. Hägg (ed.), The Function of the ‘Minoan Villa’ (Stockholm 1997) 219-228.

R. M. Dawkins, “Pottery from Zakro,” JHS 23(1903) 248-260.

L. Girella, “Alcune considerazioni in margine al MM III: Archanes e Festòs,” Creta Antica 2(2001) 63-76.

L. Girella, “Un pitharaki MM III dal nuovo “Settore Nord-est” di Haghia Triada,” Creta Antica 4(2003) 343-358.

L. Girella, La produzione ceramica del MM III e l’inizio dell’età neopalaziale a Creta (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Udine 2003).

L. Girella, “Ceramica da cucina dal sito di Haghia Triada. Rapporto preliminare da un deposito ceramico dell MM III,” Annuario 83(2005) 371-409.

L. Girella, “Towards a Definition of the MM III Ceramic Sequence in South-Central Crete: Returning to the Traditional MM IIIA and MM IIIB Division?,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Agina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 233-255.

L. Girella, “A View of MM IIIA at Phaistos: Pottery Production and Consumption at the Beginning of the Neopalatial Period,” Aegean Archaeology 9(2007-8) 49-89.

L. Girella, Depositi ceramici del Medio Minoico III da Festòs e Haghia Triada [Studi di Archeologia Cretese 8] (Padova 2010).

B. P. Hallager, “Response to Sinclair Hood,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 175-178.

E. Hatzaki, “Ceramic Groups of Early Neopalatial Knossos in the Context of Crete and the South Aegean,” in F. Felten, W. Gauss, and R. Smetana (eds.), Middle Helladic Pottery and Synchronisms [Agina-Kolonna Forschungen und Ergebnisse I] (Vienna 2007) 273-294.

E. Hatzaki, “Neopalatial (MM IIIB – LM IB): KS 178, Gypsades Well (Upper Deposit), and SEX North House Groups,” in N. Momigliano (ed.), Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) [BSA Studies 14] (London 2007) 151-196.

S. Hemingway, J. A. MacGillivray, and L. H. Sackett, “The LM IB Renaissance at Postdiluvian Pre-Mycenaean Palaikastro,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 513-530.

E. Hatzaki, “From LM IB Marine Style to LM II Marine Motifs. Stratigraphy, Chronology and the Social Context of a Ceramic Transformation: A Response to Maria Andreadaki-Vlazaki,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 75-87.

D. G. Hogarth, “Bronze Age Vases from Zakro,” JHS 22(1902) 332-338.

S. Hood, “Sir Arthur Evans Vindicated: A Remarkable Discovery of Late Minoan IB Vases from Beside the Royal Road at Knossos,” Illustrated London News 240 (17 February 1962) 259-261.

S. Hood, “Back to Basics with Middle Minoan IIIB,” 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) 10-16.

S. Hood, “Knossos Royal Road: North, LM IB Deposits,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 153-174.

A. Kanta, “A West Cretan Response (Nerokourou) to Lefteris Platon and the LM IB Pottery from Zakros,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 613-622.

C. Knappett, “Time, Place and Practice in the East Mesara: The Case of Skinias. A Response to Stella Mandalaki,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 393-396.

C. Knappett and A. Collar, “Unpublished Middle Minoan and Late Minoan I Material from the 1962-3 Excavations at Palaikastro, East Crete (PK VIII),” BSA 102(2007) 153-217.

C. Knappett and T. F. Cunningham, “Three Neopalatial Deposits from Palaikastro, East Crete,” BSA 98(2003) 107-187.

C. Macdonald, “Notes on Some Late Minoan IA Contexts from the Palace of Minos and its Immediate Vicinity,” 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) 17-26.

C. Macdonald, “Ceramic and Contextual Confusion in the Old and New Palace Periods,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 239-251.

C. F. Macdonald, “LM IB Phases at Mochlos and the Single Phase of LM IB at Knossos: A Response to Kellee Barnard and Thomas Brogan,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 451-456.

J. F. Lloyd, Settlements, Dwellings, and Painted Pottery: A Contribution to the History of Minoan Crete in the Early Late Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, New York University 1990).

J. A. MacGillivray, L. H. Sackett, and J. M. Driessen (eds.), Palaikastro: Two Late Minoan Wells [BSA Supplementary Volume 43] (London 2007).

S. Mandalaki, “Pottery from the LM IB Building at Skinias,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 379-391.

E. Mantzourani, “Makrygialos Reloaded: The LM IB Pottery: A Response to Dario Puglisi,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 291-303.

P. A. Mountjoy, “A Later Development in the Late Minoan IB Marine Style,” BSA 69(1974) 177-180.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Attributions in the LM IB Marine Style,” AJA 81(1977) 557-560.

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Marine Style Pottery of LM IB/LH IIA: Towards a Corpus,” BSA 79(1984) 161-219.

P. A. Mountjoy, “Ritual Associations for LM IB Marine Style Vases,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 231-242.

P. Mountjoy, “Response to Philip P. Betancourt,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 413-423.

W. Müller, Kretische Tongefässe mit Meeresdekor: Entwicklung und Stellung innerhalb der Feinen Keramik von Spätminoisch IB auf Kreta (Berlin 1997).

O. Palio, “Tardo Minoico I : La casa di Haghia Fotinì,” in I Cento Anni dello Scavo di Festòs [Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei: Atti dei Convegni Lincei 173] (Rome 2001) 243-272.

O. Palio, “La casa Tardo Minoico I di Chalarà a Festòs, ” in P. Militello, Gli Affreschi Minoici di Festòs [Studi di Archeologia Cretese II]  (Padua 2001) 243-422.

O. Palio, “The Final LM IB Destructions at Knossos and at Phaistos: A Response to Peter Warren,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 197-201.

O. Palio, “Alcune produzioni ceramiche TM I della Messarà occidentale,” in F. Carinci, N. Cucuzza, P. Militello, and O. Palio (eds.), KRETES MINOIDOS: Tradizione e identità minoica tra produzione artigianale, pratiche cerimoniali e memoria del passato (Padova 2012) 117-126.

M. Panagiotaki, “Dating the Temple Repositories’ Vases,”, BSA 93(1998) 185-198.

L. Platon, “Zakros: One or Two Destructions around the End of the LM IB Period,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 595-612.

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan Pottery. A Summary,” BSA 62(1967) 337-351.

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

M. R. Popham, “An East Cretan LM IA Vase at Knossos,” OJA 20(2001) 285-291.

M. R. Popham, “An East Cretan Late Minoan IA Vase at Knossos,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 253-256.

S. Privitera, “The Rhyton-Hoard as Evidence for Feasting in Neopalatial Crete: The Case of Gournia,” Creta Antica 6(2005) 187-198.

D. Puglisi, “Il problema degli inizi del TM I nella Messarà alla luce dei nuovi dati da Haghia Triada,” Creta Antica 2(2001) 91-104.

D. Puglisi, Produzioni ceramiche TM I ad Haghia Triada nel contesto della Creta Centro-meridionale (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Udine 2006).

D. Puglisi, “Dal ‘vassoio tripodato’ al kernos: un set di ceramiche TM IA da Haghia Triada e il suo contributo alla conoscenza del rituale minoico,” Creta Antica 11(2010) 45-129.

D. Puglisi, “From the End of LM IA to the End of LM IB: The Pottery Evidence from Hagia Triada,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 267-289.

G. Rethemiotakis and K. S. Christakis, “LM I Pottery Groups from the Palace and the Town of Galatas, Pediada,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 205-227.

J. B. Rutter, “Neopalatial and Later Minoan Pottery,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Minoan Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 377-630.

J. B. Rutter, “Late Minoan IB at Kommos: A Sequence of at Least Three Stages,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 307-343.

I. Tournavitou, “Minoïko iero korifes sta Kythera: e kerameike,” Pepragmena tou H’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2000) 297-316.

I. Tournavitou, “LM IB Pottery from the Colonies. Hagios Georgios sto Vouno, Kythera,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 117-140.

S. Traunmueller, “The LM I Pottery from the Ceramic Workshop at Zominthos,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 93-107.

J. Silverman, “The LM IB Painted Pottery of Eastern Crete,” TUAS 3(1978) 31-35.

M. Tsipopoulou and M. E. Alberti, “LM IB Petras: The Pottery from Room E in House II.1,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 463-498.

I. Tzachili, “Quantitative Analysis of the Pottery from the Peak Sanctuary at Vrysinas, Rethymnon,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 327-331.

A. M. P. A. Van de Moortel, The Transition from the Protopalatial to the Neopalatial Society in South-Central Crete: A Ceramic Perspective (Ph. D. dissertation, Bryn Mawr College 1997).

A. Van de Moortel, “The Area around the Kiln, and the Pottery from the Kiln and the Kiln Dump,” in J. W. Shaw, A. Van de Moortel, P. M. Day, and V. Kilikoglou, A LM IA Ceramic Kiln in South-central Crete: Function and Pottery Production [Hesperia Supplement 30] (Princeton 2001) 25-110.

A. Van de Moortel, “Pottery as a Barometer of Economic Change: From the Protopalatial to the Neopalatial Society in Central Crete,” in Y. Hamilakis (ed.), Labyrinth Revisited: Rethinking Minoan Archaeology (Oxford 2002) 189-211.

A. Van de Moortel, “LM IB Ceramic Phases at Palaikastro and Malia: A Response to Sean Hemingway, J. Alexander MacGillivray, and L. Hugh Sackett,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 531-548.

L. Vokotopoulos, “Between Palaikastro and Zakros: The Pottery from the Final Neopalatial Horizon of the Sea Guard-house, Karoumes,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 553-572.

P. M. Warren, “A New Minoan Deposit from Knossos, c.1600 B.C., and its Wider Relations,” BSA 86(1991) 319-340.

P. M. Warren, “LM IA: Knossos, Thera, Gournia,” 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) 893-903.

P. M. Warren, “Late Minoan IB Pottery from Knossos: Stratigraphical Museum Excavations, the North Building,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 183-195.

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

L. V. Watrous, “New Pottery from the Psychro Cave and its Implications for Minoan Crete,” BSA 99(2004) 129-147.

 

Pottery: Monopalatial [LM II-IIIA1]

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. 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).

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.

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.

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

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, “Quartier Gamma at Malia Reconsidered,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 259-272.

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.

E. Hatzaki, “Final Palatial (LM II – IIIA2) aned Postpalatial (LM IIIB – LM IIIC Early): MUM South Sector, Long Corridor Cists, MUM Pits (8, 10-11), Makritikhos ‘Kitchen’, MUM North Platform Pits, and SEX Southern Half Groups,” in N. Momigliano (ed.), Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) [BSA Studies 14] (London 2007) 197-251.

E. Hatzaki, “From LM IB Marine Style to LM II Marine Motifs. Stratigraphy, Chronology and the Social Context of a Ceramic Transformation: A Response to Maria Andreadaki-Vlazaki,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 75-87.

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 (Leuven 2006) II: 149-165.

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.

J. A. MacGillivray, L. H. Sackett, and J. M. Driessen (eds.), Palaikastro: Two Late Minoan Wells [BSA Supplementary Volume 43] (London 2007).

P. A. Mountjoy, “The Ephyraean Goblet Reviewed,” BSA 78(1983) 265-271.

W-D. Niemeier, “Towards a New Definition of Late Minoan II,” AJA 83(1979) 212-214.

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

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan Pottery. A Summary,” BSA 62(1967) 337-351.

M. R. Popham, “The Late Minoan Goblet and Kylix,” BSA 64(1969) 299-304.

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

N. Prokopiou, “Late Minoan III Pottery from the Greek-Italian Excavations at Sybritos-Amariou,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 371-394.

G. Rethemiotakis, “Late Minoan III Pottery from Kastelli Pediada,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 305-326.

J. B. Rutter, “Neopalatial and Later Minoan Pottery,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Minoan Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 377-630.

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

P. M. Warren, “Late Minoan III Pottery from the City of Knossos: Stratigraphical 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, “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).

L. V. Watrous, “New Pottery from the Psychro Cave and its Implications for Minoan Crete,” BSA 99(2004) 129-147.

 

Pottery: Final Palatial [LM IIIA2-IIIB Early]

P. P. Betancourt, E. S. Banou, and C. R. Floyd, “Provincial LM III at Pseira, Crete,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 57-76.

R. C. Bosanquet and R. M. Dawkins, The Unpublished Objects from the Palaikastro Excavations 1902-1906 (London 1923).

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, “Quartier Gamma at Malia Reconsidered,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 259-272.

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.

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. Hatzaki, “Final Palatial (LM II – IIIA2) aned Postpalatial (LM IIIB – LM IIIC Early): MUM South Sector, Long Corridor Cists, MUM Pits (8, 10-11), Makritikhos ‘Kitchen’, MUM North Platform Pits, and SEX Southern Half Groups,” in N. Momigliano (ed.), Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) [BSA Studies 14] (London 2007) 197-251.

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

A. Kanta, “LM IIIB and LM IIIC Pottery Phases. Some Problems of Definition,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 83-101.

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

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.

J. A. MacGillivray, L. H. Sackett, and J. M. Driessen (eds.), Palaikastro: Two Late Minoan Wells [BSA Supplementary Volume 43] (London 2007).

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan Pottery. A Summary,” BSA 62(1967) 337-351.

M. R. Popham, “The Late Minoan Goblet and Kylix,” BSA 64(1969) 299-304.

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

S. Privitera, “I due pithoi globulari di Haghia Triada e la cronologia della ‘Casa dei Vani aggiunti progressivamente’,” Creta Antica 2(2001) 141-147.

N. Prokopiou, “Late Minoan III Pottery from the Greek-Italian Excavations at Sybritos-Amariou,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 371-394.

G. Rethemiotakis, “Late Minoan III Pottery from Kastelli Pediada,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 305-326.

J. B. Rutter, “Neopalatial and Later Minoan Pottery,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos V: The Monumental Minoan Buildings at Kommos (Princeton 2006) 377-630.

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

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.

P. M. Warren, “Late Minoan III Pottery from the City of Knossos: Stratigraphical 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).

L. V. Watrous, “New Pottery from the Psychro Cave and its Implications for Minoan Crete,” BSA 99(2004) 129-147.

 

Pottery: Post-palatial [LM IIIB Late-IIIC]

E. Borgna, “Central Crete and the Mycenaeans at the Close of the Late Bronze Age: The Evidence of the ‘Acropoli Mediana’ at Phaistos,” in E periphereia tou mykenaïkou kosmou [A' Diethnes Diepistemoniko Symposio, Lamia 1994] (Lamia 1999) 353-370.

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) 273-298.

E. Borgna, “Kitchen-Ware from LM IIIC Phaistos. Cooking Traditions and Ritual Activities in LBA Cretan Societies,” SMEA 39(1997) 189-218.

E. Borgna, “Il periodo Tardo Minoico IIIB-C : La Casa ad Ovest del Piazzale I,” in I Cento Anni dello Scavo di Festòs [Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei: Atti dei Convegni Lincei 173] (Rome 2001) 273-298.

E. Borgna, Il complesso di ceramica Tardo Minoico III dell’Acropoli Mediana di Festòs [Studi di Archeologia Cretese 3] (Padova 2003).

A. L. D’Agata, “The Shrines in the Piazzale dei Sacelli at Ayia Triada (Crete). The Late Minoan IIIC and Sub-Minoan Material: A Summary,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 85-100.

B. P. Hallager, “A Warrior and an Unkown Chariot Type on a LM IIIB:2 Krater in Khania,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 449-453.

E. Hatzaki, “Final Palatial (LM II – IIIA2) aned Postpalatial (LM IIIB – LM IIIC Early): MUM South Sector, Long Corridor Cists, MUM Pits (8, 10-11), Makritikhos ‘Kitchen’, MUM North Platform Pits, and SEX Southern Half Groups,” in N. Momigliano (ed.), Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) [BSA Studies 14] (London 2007) 197-251.

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

A. Kanta, “LM IIIB and LM IIIC Pottery Phases. Some Problems of Definition,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 83-101.

M. Mook and W. D. E. Coulson, “Late Minoan IIIC Pottery from the Kastro at Kavousi,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 337-365.

M. R. Popham, “Late Minoan Pottery. A Summary,” BSA 62(1967) 337-351.

M. R. Popham, “The Late Minoan Goblet and Kylix,” BSA 64(1969) 299-304.

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

N. Prokopiou, “Late Minoan III Pottery from the Greek-Italian Excavations at Sybritos-Amariou,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 371-394.

G. Rethemiotakis, “Late Minoan III Pottery from Kastelli Pediada,” in E. and B. P. Hallager (eds.), Late Minoan III Pottery: Chronology and Terminology [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 1] (Aarhus 1997) 305-326.

M. Tsipopoulou, “Halasmenos, Destroyed but Not Invisible: New Insights on the LM IIIC Period in the Isthmus of Ierapetra. First Presentation of the Pottery from the 1992-1997 Campaigns,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 103-123.

P. M. Warren, “Late Minoan III Pottery from the City of Knossos: Stratigraphical 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).

L. V. Watrous, “New Pottery from the Psychro Cave and its Implications for Minoan Crete,” BSA 99(2004) 129-147.

 

Pottery: Physico-chemical Provenience Analyses

C. M. Belfiore, P. Mazzoleni, O. Palio, and A. Pezzino, “Studio petro-chimico di ceramiche

tardo minoiche dall’edificio di Haghia Photinì (Festòs),” in F. Carinci, N. Cucuzza, P. Militello, and O. Palio (eds.), KRETES MINOIDOS: Tradizione e identità minoica tra produzione artigianale, pratiche cerimoniali e memoria del passato. Studi offerti a Vincenzo La Rosa per il Suo 70o compleanno (Padova 2012) 127-138.

J. Buxeda i Garrigos, V. Kilikoglou, and P. M. Day, “Chemical and Mineralogical Alteration of Ceramics from a Late Bronze Age Kiln at Kommos, Crete: the Effect on the Formation of a Reference Group,” Archaeometry 43(2001) 349-371.

P. M. Day, A Petrographic Approach to the Study of Pottery in Neopalatial East Crete (Ph. D. dissertation, Cambridge University 1991).

P. M. Day, “Pottery Production and Consumption in the Sitia Bay Area during the New Palace Period,” in M. Tsipopoulou and L. Vagnetti (eds.), Achladia: scavi e ricerche della Missione Greco-Italiana in Creta Orientale [1991-1993] (Rome 1995) 149-176.

P. M. Day, “Ceramic Exchange between Towns and Outlying Settlements in Neopalatial East Crete,” in R. Hägg (ed.), The Function of the ‘Minoan Villa’ (Stockholm 1997) 219-228.

P. M. Day, L. Joyner, and M. Relaki, “A Petrographic Analysis of the Neopalatial Pottery,” in K. A. Barnard and T. M. Brogan, Mochlos I: Period III. Neopalatial Dettlement on the Coast: The Artisans’ Quarter and the Farmhouse at Chalinomouri: IB: The Neopalatial Pottery (Philadelphia 2003) 13-32.

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

A. Hein, P. M. Day, P. S. Quinn, and V. Kilikoglou, “The Geochemical Diversity of Neogene Clay Deposits in Crete and its Implications for Provenance Studies of Minoan Pottery,” Archaeometry 46(2004) 357-384.

A. Hein, P. M. Day, M. A. Cau Ontiveros, and V. Kilikoglou, “Red Clays from Central and Eastern Crete: Geochemical and Mineralogical Properties in View of Provenance Studies on Ancient Ceramics,” Applied Clay Science 24(2004) 245-255.

J. Hilditch, Reconstructing Technological Choice, Social Practice and Networks of Exchange from a Ceramic Perspective in the Middle Bronze Age Cyclades (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Exeter 2009)  [http://hdl.handle.net/10036/49133].

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

C. Knappett, D. Pirrie, M. R. Power, I. Nikolakopoulou, J. Hilditch, and G. K. Rollinson, “Mineralogical Analysis and Provenancing of Ancient Ceramics Using Automated SEM-EDS Analysis (QEMSCAN): A Pilot Study on LB I Pottery from Akrotiri, Thera,” JAS 38(2011) 219-232.

P. A. Mountjoy, R. E. Jones, and J. F. Cherry, “Provenance Studies of the LM IB/LH IIA Marine Style,” BSA 73(1978) 143-171.

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.

J. A. Riley, “The Contribution of Ceramic Petrology to Our Understanding of Minoan Society,” in O. Krzyszkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 283-292.

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

 

Pottery: Residue Analyses

T. M. Brogan and A. J. Koh, “Feasting at Mochlos? New Evidence for Wine Production, Storage and Consumption from a Bronze Age Harbor Town on Crete?,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 125-131.

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

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

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).

Y. Tzedakis and H. Martlew (eds.), Minoans and Mycenaeans: Flavours of their Time (Athens 1999).

Y. Tzedakis, H. Martlew, and M. K. Jones (eds.), Archaeology Meets Science: Biomolecular Investigations in Bronze Age Greece: The Primary Scientific Evidence, 1997-2003 (Oxford 2008).

 

Pottery: Production Facilities and Technology

I. Berg, “X-Radiography of Knossian Bronze Age Vessels: Assessing Our Knowledge of Primary Forming Techniques,” BSA 104(2009) 137-173.

I. Caloi, “Le innovazioni tecnologiche nella Messarà: dal wheel-fashioning al wheel-throwing,” in F. Carinci, N. Cucuzza, P. Militello, and O. Palio (eds.), KRETES MINOIDOS: Tradizione e identità minoica tra produzione artigianale, pratiche cerimoniali e memoria del passato (Padova 2012) 87-102.

N. Cucuzza, “Una nota sul problema dell’identificazione delle officine ceramiche minoiche di età Neopalaziale a Creta,” SMEA 39(1997) 163-176.

K. Davaras, “Minoïke kerameike kaminos eis Stylon Chanion,” ArchEph (1973) 75-80.

K. Davaras, “A Minoan Pottery Kiln at Palaikastro,” BSA 75(1980) 115-126.

T. Eliopoulos, “A Minoan Potter’s Wheel with ‘Marine’ Decoration from Skhinias, Mirabello District,” BSA 95(2000) 107-114.

D. Evely, “The Potter’s Wheel in Minoan Crete,” BSA 83(1988) 83-126.

R. D. G. Evely and J. E. Morrison, “The Minoan Potter’s Wheel: A Study in Experimental Archaeology,” in P. Matthiae, F. Pinnock, L. Nigro, and N. Marchetti (eds.), Proceedings of the 6th International Congress on the Archaeology of the Ancient Near East (Wiesbaden 2010) 283-288.

H. Georgiou, “Minoan Coarse Wares and Minoan Technology,” in O. Krzsyzkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 75-92.

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

D. Levi and C. Laviosa, “Il forno minoico da vasaio di Haghia Triada,” Annuario 54(1979) 7-47.

P. Michaelidis, “Potters’ Workshops in Minoan Crete,” SMEA 32(1993) 7-39.

J. W. Shaw, A. Van de Moortel, P. M. Day, and V. Kilikoglou, “A LM IA Pottery Kiln at Kommos, Crete,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 323-331.

J. W. Shaw, A. Van de Moortel, P. M. Day, and V. Kilikoglou, A LM IA Ceramic Kiln in South-central Crete: Function and Pottery Production [Hesperia Supplement 30] (Princeton 2001).

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.

S. Xanthoudides, “Some Minoan Potters’ Wheel Discs.” in S. Casson (ed.), Essays in Aegean Archaeology (Oxford 1927)        .

 

Pottery: Studies of Specific Shapes, Decorative Motifs, or Vasepainting Styles

S. Alexiou, “Parastaseis polypodos epi protoellenikon angeion ek Kretes,” Kretika Chronika 4(1950) 294-318.

P. P. Betancourt, “The Crocus and Festoons Motif: Evidence for Traveling Vase Painters?,” TUAS 7(1982) 34-37.

P. P. Betancourt, “Knossian Expansion in Late Minoan IB: The Evidence of the Spirals and Arcading Group,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 295-298.

T. M. Brogan, “The Incised and Relief Lily Jars from Mochlos,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. D. Muhly (eds.), Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 Conference (Philadelphia 2004) 29-41.

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

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

C. Davaras, “Minoan Beehives,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan G’ (Athens 1989) 1-7.

C. Gillis, Minoan Conical Cups (Göteborg 1990).

L. Girella, “A Survey of Grey Wares on Crete in Middle and Late Bronze Age,” Aegeao-Balkan Prehistory (23 June 2007). http://www.aegeobalkanprehistory.net/article.php?id_art=2

L. Girella, “Un frammento con rappresenatazione di felide da Chalara (Festòs),” Creta Antica 10(2009) 441-463.

L. Girella, “Patterns of Exchange and Mobility. The Case of the Grey Ware in Middle and Late Minoan Crete,” SMEA 51(2009) 279-314.

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.

H. W. Haskell, “The Origin of the Aegean Stirrup Jar and its Earliest Evolution and Distribution (MB III – LB I),” AJA 89(1985) 221-229.

G. Karo, “Minoische Rhyta,” JdI 26(1911) 249-270.

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

R. B. Koehl, Aegean Bronze Age Rhyta (Philadelphia 2006).

P. Magrill, “A Minoan Alabastron in Dublin,” BSA 82(1987) 155-164.

M. Platonos, “Glastres kai anthodocheia sto minoïko kosmo,” in EILAPINE. Tomos timetikos gia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Herakleion 1987) 227-   .

S. Privitera, “The Rhyton-Hoard as Evidence for Feasting in Neopalatial Crete: The Case of Gournia,” Creta Antica 6(2005) 187-198.

P. Rehak, “Minoan Vessels with Figure-Eight Shields,” Opuscula Atheniensia 19(1992) 115-124.

D. Rupp and M. Tsipopoulou, “Conical Cup Concentrations at Neopalatial Petras: A Case for a Ritualized Reception Ceremony with Token Hospitality,” 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) 729-739.

J. B. Rutter, “Ceramic Sets in Context: One Dimension of Food Preparation and Consumption in a Minoan Palatial Setting,” in P. Halstead and J. C. Barrett (eds.), Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 5] (Oxford 2004) 63-89.

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. Rutter, “Size Matters . . . So What Do Giant Semiglobular Cups Signify?,” in F. Carinci, N. Cucuzza, P. Militello, and O. Palio (eds.), KRETES MINOIDOS: Tradizione e identità minoica tra produzione artigianale, pratiche cerimoniali e memoria del passato (Padova 2012) 139-149.

H. Sackett, “A Bull’s Head Rhyton from Palaikastro,” 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) 51-58.

E. Sapouna-Sakellaraki, “Kerameike tou thalassinou rythmou apo tis Archanes kai e pithane yparxe topikou ergasteriou,” Kretika Chronika 28-29(1988-89) 28-   .

W. Schiering, “Ein minoisches Tonrhyton in Hammerform,” Kretika Chronika 14(1972) 476-486.

E. B. Shank, “The Floral Landscape Group of Middle Minoan III,” Aegean Archaeology 5[2001] (2002) 71-80.

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

I. Tzedhakis, “L’atelier de céramique postpalatiale à Kydonia,” BCH 93(1969) 396-418.

I. Tzedhakis, “Minoan Globular Flasks,” BSA 66(1971) 363-368.

P. Warren, “A New Minoan Decoration – the Jackson Pollock Style – and its Place in Minoan Art,” 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) 46-50.

P. M. Warren, “Rhyta,” CR 58(2008) 251-254.

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.

Pottery: Transport Vessels: Stirrup Jars and Amphoras

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.

H. W. Catling, J. F. Cherry, R. E. Jones, and J. T. Killen, “The Linear B Inscribed Stirrup Jars and West Crete,” BSA 75(1980) 49-113.

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.

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, “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).

K. Kopaka, “LENOI MINOÏKOI. Installations minoennes de traitement des produits liquides,” BCH 117(1993) 35-101.

G. Kousouphlakes, “Psevdostomos Ysterominoïkos amphoreas apo te thalassia perioche tou Palaikastrou,” in A. Vlachopoulos and K. Birtacha (eds.), ARGONAUTIS: Timetikos tomos yia ton Kathegete Christo G. Douma apo tous mathetes tou sto Panepistimio Athenon (1980-2000) (Athens 2003) 409-416.

J. Maran, “Late Minoan Coarse Ware Stirrup Jars on the Greek Mainland. A Postpalatial Perspective from the 12th Century BC 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.

O.  and M. Negbi, “Stirrup-Jars Versus Canaanite Jars: Their Contents and Reciprocal Trade,” 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) 319-329.

J. B. Rutter, “The Short-necked Amphora of the Post-Palatial Mesara,” Pepragmena tou H’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2000) A3: 177-188.

J. Raison, Les vases à inscriptions peintes de l’âge mycénien et leur contexte archéologique [Incunabula Graeca 19] (Rome 1968).

 

Pottery: Cooking Vessels, Lamps, and Miscellaneous “Coarse Wares”

P. P. Betancourt, Cooking Vessels from Minoan Kommos (Los Angeles 1980).

E. Borgna, “Kitchen-Ware from LM IIIC Phaistos. Cooking Traditions and Ritual Activities in LBA Cretan Societies,” SMEA 39(1997) 189-218.

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

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

H. Georgiou, “Minoan Coarse Wares and Minoan Technology,” in O. Krzsyzkowska and L. Nixon (eds.), Minoan Society (Bristol 1983) 75-92.

D. C. Haggis, “The Cultural and Economic Implications of Coarse Ware Ceramic Distribution in the North Isthmus of Ierapetra in the Bronze Age,” Pepragmena tou H’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2000) A1: 535-544.

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

H. Martlew, “What a Difference a Spout Makes: Minoan and Mycenaean Cooking Vessels and What They Can Tell Us,” BICS 41(1996) 144-145.

L. Mercando, “Lampade, lucerne, bracieri di Festòs (Scavi 1950-1970),” Annuario 52-53[1974-75] (1978) 15-167.

J. Moody, “The Development of a Coarse Ware Chronology for the Khania Region of West Crete,” TUAS 10(1985) 51-65.

J. Moody, H. L. Robinsoon, J. Francis, L. Nixon, and L. Wilson, “Ceramic Fabric Analysis and Survey Archaeology: The Sphakia Survey,” BSA 98(2003) 37-105.

 

Pottery: Bulk Storage Containers: Pithoi

K. S. Christakis, “Pithoi and Food Storage in Neopalatial Crete: A Domestic Perspective,” World Archaeology 31(1999) 1-20.

K. S. Christakis, Cretan Bronze Age Pithoi: Traditions and Trends in the Production and Consumption of Storage Containers in Bronze Age Crete (Philadelphia 2005).

K. S. Christakis, “Traditions and Trends in the Production and Consumption of Storage Containers in Protopalatial and Neopalatial Crete,” 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) 119-137.

K. S. Christakis, The Politics of Storage: Storage and Scoiopolitical Complexity in Neopalatial Crete (Philadelphia 2008).

K. S. Christakis, “Pithoi and Economy in LM IB State Societies,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 241-253.

P. M. Day, “The Production and Distribution of Storage Jars in Neopalatial Crete,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 499-508.

I. Nikolakopoulou, “Remarks on Storage and Chronology in Late Cycladic I Akrotiri, Thera : A Response to Kostis Christakis,” in T. M. Brogan and E. Hallager (eds.), LM IB Pottery: Relative Chronology and Regional Differences [Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens 11] (Athens 2011) 255-262.

 

Terracotta and Stone Larnakes and Wooden Coffins

[for the Ayia Triadha sarcophagus, see also under “Fertility and Funerary Cult” in Lesson #15 (Minoan Religion)]

S. Alexiou, “Larnakes kai angeia ek taphou para to Gazi Herakleiou,” ArchEph (1972) 86-98.

K. Baxevani, “A Minoan Larnax from Pigi, Rethymnou with Religious and Funerary  Iconography,” in C. Morris (ed.), KLADOS: Essays in Honour of J. N. Coldstream [BICS Supplement 63] (London 1995) 15-33.

R. C. Bosanquet, “Excavations at Palaikastro I. The Painted Larnax, and Some Other Larnax Burials,” BSA 8(1901/2) 297-300.

J. H. Crouwel, “A Minoan Terracotta Coffin in Amsterdam,” BABesch 58(1983) 11-15.

N. Dimopoulou-Rethemiotaki and G. Rethemiotakis, “Hysterominoïko nekrotapheio sto Metochi Kalou Herakleiou,” AD 33A(1978) 40-109.

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

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. Hood, G. L. Huxley, and N. Sandars, “A Minoan Cemetery on Upper Gypsades (Knossos Survey 156),” BSA 53-54(1958-59) 194-262.

A. Kanta, “A Sarcophagus from the Village of Maroulas, Rethymnon,” AAA 6(1973) 315-323.

F. Lang, “Zur Deutung der spätminoischen Larnax von Episkopi,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 (Vienna 2000) 105-106.

C. Long, The Ayia Triadha Sarcophagus. A Study of Late Minoan and Mycenaean Funerary Practices and Beliefs [SIMA 41](Göteborg 1974).

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.

C. Mavriyannaki, Recherches sur les larnakes minoennes de la Crète Occidentale (Rome 1972).

N. I. Merousis, Oi eikonographikoi kykloi ton YM III larnakon. Oi diastaseis tes eikonographias sta plaisia ton taphikon praktikon (Thessaloniki 2000).

A. Michalidou-Pappa, “Kretike larnaka sto Mouseio Thessalonikes,” Kretika Chronika 24(1972) 325-359.

L. Morgan, “A Minoan Larnax from Knossos,” BSA 82(1987) 171-200.

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

P. Muhly, “Furniture from the Shaft Graves: the Occurrence of Wood in Aegean Burials in the Bronze Age,” BSA 91(1996) 197-211.

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

M. Pologeorgi, “Paratereseis sten parastase morphes me ypsomena cheria se Ysterminoïke larnaka apo tou Apodoulou Eparchias Amariou,” Pepragmena tou ST‘ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Chania 1990) A2: 207-232.

W. Pötscher, “Tag und Nacht auf dem Sarkophag von Hagia Triada,” Klio 79(1997) 19-22.

W. Pötscher, “Nochmals: Tag und Nacht auf dem Sarkophag von Hagia Triada,” Klio 79(1997) 315-316.

W. Pötscher, “Bemerkungen zum Sarkophag von Hagia Triada,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 (Vienna 2000) 107-110.

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

G. Rethemiotakis, “Larnakes kai angeia apo to Kavrochori Herakleiou,” in EILAPINE. Tomos timetikos gia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Heraklion 1987) 235-243.

G. Rethemiotakis, “Minoïke larnaka apo to Klema Mesaras,” ArchEph 134(1995) 163-183.

B. Rutkowski, “The Origin of the Minoan Coffin,” BSA 63(1968) 219-227.

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-    .

Y. Tzedhakis, “Larnakes hysterminoïkou nekrotapheiou Armenon Rethymnes,” AAA 4(1971) 216-222.

L. V. Watrous, “The Origin and Iconography of the Late Minoan Painted Larnax,” Hesperia 60(1991) 285-307.

 

Seals, Signets, and Sealings [see also under Lesson #14 (Minoan Religion) and Lesson #10 (Middle Minoan Crete)]

A. Alexandri, Gender Symbolism in Late Bronze Age Aegean Glyptic Art (Ph.D. dissertation, Cambridge University 1994).

S. Alexiou, “En parallelon dia ton basilea-ierea tes Knosou,” AAA 3(1969) 429-435.

J. Aruz, Marks of Distinction. Seals and Cultural Exchange between the Aegean and the Orient (ca. 2600-1360 B.C.) [CMS Beiheft 7] (Mainz 2008).

S. Beckmann, “The Ring of Minos – Lost and Found,” Athena Review 3:3(2003) 81-82.

J. H. Betts, “Notes of a Possible Minoan Forgery,” BSA 60(1965) 203-206.

J. H. Betts, “Some Unpublished Knossos Sealings and Seal Stones,” BSA 62(1967) 27-45.

J. H. Betts, “New Light on Minoan Bureaucracy: A Re-examination of Some Cretan Sealings,” Kadmos 6(1967) 15-40.

J. H. Betts, “More Aegean Papyrus. Some Glyptic Evidence,” AAA 11(1978) 61-74.

J. H. Betts, “The Seal from Shaft Grave Gamma – A Mycenaean Chieftain?,” TUAS 6(1981) 2-8.

H. Biesantz, Kretisch-mykenische Siegelbilder. Stilgeschichte und chronologische Untersuchungen (Marburg 1954).

H. Biesantz, “Die minoischen Bildnisgemmen,” Marburger Winckelmann-Programm (1958) 9-25.

J. Boardman, “The de Jong Gems,” in Antichità Cretesi. Studi in onore di Doro Levi I (Catania 1973) 115-121.

C. D. Cain, “Dancing in the Dark: Deconstructing a Narrative of Epiphany on the Isopata Ring,” AJA 105(2001) 27-49.

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.

S. Cappel, “Lasting Impressions. The Appropriation of Sealing Practices in Minoan Crete,” in J. Maran and P. W. Stockhammer (eds.), Materiality and Social Practice: Transformative Capacities of Intercultural Encounters (Oxford 2012) 173-184.

T. Corsten, “Zu den sogenannten Schwebenden Gottheiten,” in E. Thomas (ed.), Forschungen zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte: Das Ende der mykenischen Welt (Köln 1987) 193-200.

J. L. Crowley, “In Honour of the Gods – But Which Gods? Identifying Deities in Aegean Glyptic,” in L. A. Hitchcock, R. Laffineur, and J. Crowley (eds.), DAIS: The Aegean Feast [Aegaeum 29] (Liège/Austin 2008) 75-87.

J. Crowley and A. Adams, “Iconoaegean and Iconostasis. An Iconographic Classification and a Comprehensive Database for Aegean Glyptic,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 39-58.

M. Cultraro, L’annello di Minosse. Archeologia della regalità nell’Egeo  minoico (Milano 2001).

K. Davaras and J. Soles, “Enas neos Anatolikos sphragidhokylindros apo ton Mochlo,” in Cretan Studies 4(1994) 71-76.

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

N. Dimopoulou, “Seals and Scarabs from the Minoan Port Settlement at Poros-Katsambas,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 27-38.

N. Dimopoulou, “A Gold Discoid from Poros, Herakleion: The Guard Dog and the Garden,“ in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 89-100.

N. Dimopoulou and G. Rethemiotakis, “The ‘Sacred Conversation’ Ring from Poros,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 39-56.

M.-L. and H. Erlenmeyer, “Cerviden Darstellungen auf orientalischen und ägäischen Siegel I,” Orientalia 25(1956) 149-153.

M.-L. and H. Erlenmeyer, “Cerviden Darstellungen auf orientalischen und ägäischen Siegel II,” Orientalia 26(1957) 321-333.

A. Evans, “The ‘Ring of Nestor’: A Glimpse into the Minoan After-world,” JHS 45(1925) 43-75.

E. Fiandra, “A che cosa servivano le cretule di Festòs,” in Pepragmena tou B’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1968) 383-397.

E. Fiandra, “Ancora a proposito delle cretule di Festòs,” BdA 60(1975) 1-25.

E. Fiandra, “La cretula del vano 10 a Festòs,” in L. Rocchetti (ed.), Sybrita. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro [Incunabula Graeca 96] (Rome 1994) 15-26.

K. Galanakis, Minoan Glyptic: Typology, Deposits and Iconography from the Early Minoan Period to the Late Minoan IB Destruction in Crete [BAR-IS 1442] (Oxford 2005).

B. Gerring, Sphragides: Die gravierten Fingerringe des Hellenismus [BAR-IS 848] (Oxford 2000).

M. A. V. Gill, “The Knossos Sealings: Provenance and Identification,” BSA 60(1965) 58-98.

R. Hägg, “Bemerkungen zum Nestor Ring,” in W. Schiering (ed.), Kolloquium zur ägäischen Vorgeschichte [Schriften des Deutschen Archäologenverbandes 9] (Mannheim 1987) 57.

E. Hallager, The Master Impression [SIMA 69] (Göteborg 1985).

E. Hallager, “The Knossos Roundels,” BSA 82(1987) 55-70.

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, “Identical Seals on Roundels and Other Documents,” in  W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 87-103.

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

E. Hallager, “The Uniformity in Seal Use and Sealing Practice during the LH/LM III 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) 243-265 [with response by J. Bennet (267-272) and discussion (273-275)].

E. Hallager, “Development of Sealing Practices in the Neopalatial Period,” in W. Müller (ed.),  Die Bedeutung der minoischen und mykenischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 8] (Mainz 2010) 205-212.

E. Hallager and M. Vlasakis, “Two New Roundels with Linear A from Khania,” Kadmos 23(1984) 1-10.

E. Hallager and J. Weingarten, “The Five Roundels from Malia, with a Note on Two New Minoan Genii,” BCH 117(1993) 1-18.

D. G. Hogarth, “The Zakros Sealings,” JHS 22(1902) 76-93.

R. Jung, “Menschenopferdarstellungen? Zur Analyse minoischer und mykenischer Siegelbilder,” PZ 72(1997) 133-194.

R. Kandeler, “Das Silphion als Emblem der Aphrodite: Zur Deutung eines Siegelringes aus dem Schatz von Mykene,” Antike Welt 29(1998) 297-300.

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. E. G. Kenna, Cretan Seals (Oxford 1960).

V. E. G. Kenna, “Studies of Birds on Seals of the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean in the Bronze Age,” Opuscula Atheniensia 8(1968) 23-38.

V. E. G. Kenna, “Three Cylinder Seals Found in Crete,” Kretika Chronika 21(1969) 351-364.

C. Kopaka, “Une bague minoenne de Malia,” BCH 108(1984) 3-12.

G. Kopcke, “Male Iconography on Some Late Minoan Signets,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 341-346.

K. Krattenmaker, “Architecture in Glyptic Cult Scenes: The Minoan Examples,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 117-133.

O. Krzyszkowska, Aegean Seals: An Introduction [BICS Supplement 85] (London 2005), esp. 119-231.

O. Krzyszkowska, “Impressions of the Natural World: Landscape in Aegean Glyptic,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 169-188.

E. Kyriakidis, “Nudity in Late Minoan I Seal Iconography,” Kadmos 36(1997) 119-126.

E. Kyriakidis, “Pithos or Baetyl? On the Interpretation of a Group of Minoan Rings,” Opuscula Atheniensia 25-26(2000-01) 117-118.

E. Kyriakidis, “Aniconicity in the Seal Iconography of the Late Minoan I Period,” Kadmos 43(2004) 159-166.

E. Kyriakidis, “Unidentified Floating Objects on Minoan Seals,” AJA 109(2005) 137-154.

A. Lebessi, P. Muhly, and G. Papasavvas, “The Runner’s Ring: A Minoan Athlete’s Dedication at the Syme Sanctuary, Crete,” AM 119(2004) 1-31.

D. Levi, “Le cretule di Hagia Triada presso Phaestos,” Annuario 8-9(1925-26) 71-156.

D. Levi, “Le cretule di Zakro,” Annuario 8-9(1925-26) 157-201.

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel I <Athens, National Museum> (Berlin 1964).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel II.1-5 <Heraklion Museum> (Berlin 1969-85).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel IV <Heraklion Museum, Metaxas Collection> (Berlin 1969).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel VII <British Museum> (Berlin 1967).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel VIII <English Collections> (Berlin 1966).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel IX <Bibliothèque Nationale, Cabinet des Médailles> (Berlin 1972).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel X <Swiss Collections> (Berlin 1972).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel XII <New York Metropolitan Museum of Art> (Berlin 1972).

F. Matz (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel XIII <American Collections> (Berlin 1974).

E. McGowan, Ambiguity and Minoan Neopalatial Seal Imagery [SIMA Pocket-book 176] (Uppsala 2011).

W. Müller, “Bildthemen mit Rind und Ziege auf den Weichsteinsiegeln Kretas. Überlegungen zur Chronologie der spätminoischen Glyptik,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 151-167.

W. Müller, “Minoan Works of Art – Seen with Penetrating Eyes: X-Ray Testing of Gold, Pottery and Faience,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 147-154.

W. Müller, “Precision Measurements of Minoan and Mycenaean Gold Rings with Ultrasound,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 475-481.

W. Müller, “Travelling Sealings – Evidence of Emporia?,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 785-790.

W. Müller, “Gold Rings on Minoan Fingers,” 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) 171-176.

W-D. Niemeier, “Zur Ikonographie von Gottheiten und Adoranten in den Kultszenen auf minoischen und mykenischen Siegeln,” in W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989) 163-184.

W-D. Niemeier, “Cretan Glyptic Arts in LM I – III: Continuity and Changes,” in J. Driessen and A. Farnoux (eds.), La Crète mycénienne [BCH Supplement 30] (Paris 1997) 297-311.

A. Onassoglou, Die ‘talismanischen’ Siegel [CMS Beiheft 2] (Berlin 1985).

A. Onassoglou, “‘Data Morgana’ sur les sceaux  ‘talismaniques’,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 183-187.

T. G. Palaima, “Sealings as Links in an Administrative Chain,” in P. Ferioli, E. Fiandra, and G. G. Fissore (eds.), Administration in Ancient Societies (Torino 1996) 37-66.

M. Panagiotaki, “Sealings from the Olive Press Room, Knossos: New Information from the Unpublished Notes of Sir Arthur Evans,” BSA 88(1993) 29-47.

I. A. Papapostolou, Ta sphragismata ton Chanion. Symbole ste melete tes minoïkes sphragidoglyphias (Athens 1977).

I. Pini, “Ein Siegelabdruck im Archäologischen Museum Iraklion,” Pepragmena tou G Diethnous Archaiologikou Synedriou (Athens 1973) A: 221-230.

I. Pini, “Eine Gruppe von ‘Inselsteinen’?,” Marburger Winckelmann-Programm (1975) 1-10.

I. Pini (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel V <Greek Minor Collections> (Berlin 1975).

I. Pini, “Echt oder falsch? Einige Fälle,” in I. Pini (ed.), Studien zur minoischen und helladischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 1] (Berlin 1981) 135-157.

I. Pini, “Spätbronzezeitliche ägäische Glassiegel,” JRGZM 28(1981) 48-81.

I. Pini (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel I Suppl. <Athens, National Museum> (Berlin 1982).

I. Pini, “Zu dem silbernen Rollsiegel aus Mochlos,” AA (1982) 599-603.

I. Pini, “Neue Beobachtungen zu den töneren Siegelabdrücken von Zakros,” AA (1983) 559-572.

I. Pini, “Chronological Problems of Some Late Minoan Signet Rings,” TUAS 8(1983) 39-49.

I. Pini, “Minoische und helladische Tonsiegel,” in Centre Gustave Glotz, Aux origines de l’hellénisme: Hommage à Henri van Effenterre (Paris 1984) 73-81.

I. Pini, “Minoische Siegel ausserhalb Kretas,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), The Minoan Thalassocracy: Myth and Reality (Stockholm 1984) 123-131.

I. Pini, “Nochmals zu einem tönernen Siegelabdruck des Museums Iraklion,” in Philia Epe eis Georgion E. Mylonan (Athens 1986) A: 300-303.

I. Pini, “Zum ‘Ring des Minos’,” in EILAPINE. Tomos timetikos gia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Heraklion 1987) 441-455.

I. Pini (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel XI <European Collections> (Berlin 1988).

I. Pini, “Zur ‘richtigen’ Ansicht minoisch-mykenischer Siegel- und Ringdarstellungen,” in W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989) 201-217.

I. Pini, “Ergänzende Bemerkungen zum Ring des Minos,” AA (1989) 1-4.

I. Pini, “The Hieroglyphic Deposit and the Temple Respositories at Knossos,” in T. G. Palaima (ed.), Aegean Seals, Sealings, and Administration [Aegaeum 5] (Liège 1990) 33-60.

I. Pini (ed.), Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel V Suppl. 1A-B <Greek Minor Collections> (Berlin 1992-93).

I. Pini, “Die spätminoische Weichsteinglyptik,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 189-191.

I. Pini, “Bemerkungen zur Datierung von Löwendarstellungen der spätminoischen Weichsteinglyptik,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 193-207.

I. Pini, “Minoan and Mycenaean Decorated Gold Finger-Rings,” BICS 42(1997-98) 210-211.

I. Pini, “The ‘Ring of Nestor’,” OJA 17(1998) 1-13.

I. Pini, “Minoische ‘Porträts’?,” 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) 661-670.

I. Pini, “Der Aussagewert von Bildthemen für die Chronologie der spätbronzezeitlichen Glyptik,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 239-244.

I. Pini, “Das Bildthema der zwei gelagerten Rinder,“ in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 245-255.

I. Pini, “Der ‘Cut Style’ in der spätbronzezeitliche ägäischen Glyptik,“ in T. Mattern and D. Korol (eds.), Munus: Festschrift für Hans Wiegartz [Münster 2000] 209-220.

I. Pini, “Re-engraved Minoan and Mycenaean Seals,“ in Pepragmena tou H Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2000) A3: 41-49.

I. Pini, “Seals as an Indicator of Trade?,” in R. Laffineur and E. Greco (eds.), EMPORIA. Aegeans in the Central and Eastern Mediterranean [Aegaeum 25] (Liège/Austin 2005) 777-784.

I. Pini, “Look-alikes, Copies, and Replicas,” in Pepragmena tou Y Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2006)        .

I. Pini, “Minoische und helladische Metallsiegel und Stempel,” Creta Antica 6(2005) 59-94.

I. Pini, “An Unusual LM I Four-sided Prism,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 239-242.

N. Platon, “To chryso daktylidi tou Minoa,” Rotunda 4(1978) 434-438.

M. Pope, “The Cretulae and the Linear A Accounting System,” BSA 55(1960) 200-210.

M. R. Popham and M. A. V. Gill, The Latest Sealings from the Palace and Houses at Knossos (Oxford 1995).

P. Rehak, “The Aegean ‘Priest’ on CMS I 223,” Kadmos 33(1994) 76-84.

P. Rehak, “The ‘Genius’ in Late Bronze Age Glyptic: the Later Evolution of an Aegean Cult Figure,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 215-231.

P. Rehak, “The Isopata Ring and the Question of Narrative in Neopalatial Glyptic,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 269-276.

J.-P. Ruuskanen, Birds on Aegean Bronze Age Seals: A Study of Representation (Rovaniemi 1992).

J. Sakellarakis, “To thema tes pherouses zoon gynaikos eis ten kretomykenaïken sphragidhoglyphian,” ArchEph (1972) 245-258.

J. A. Sakellarakis, “Matrizen zur Herstellung kretische-mykenischer Siegelringe,” W-D. Niemeier (ed.), Studien zur minoischen und helladischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 1] (Berlin 1981) 167-180.

I. Sakellarakis, “Über die Echtheit des sogenannten Nestorringes,” Pepragmena tou G Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1973) 303-318.

W. Schiering, “Zum Begriff Stil in der minoischen und mykenischen Glyptik,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 233-239.

N. Schlager, “Minotauros in der ägäischen Glyptik?,” in W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3]  (Berlin 1989) 225-237.

N. Schlager, “Hogarth’s Zakro Sealing No. 130″ Phantasiegebilde oder realistische Stadtdarstellung?,” in F. Blakolmer (ed.), Österreichische Forschungen zur ägäischen Bronzezeit 1998 (Vienna 2000) 69-86.

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

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.

G. Sines and Y. A. Sakellarakis, “Lenses in Antiquity,” AJA 91(1987) 191-196.

C. Sourvinou-Inwood, “On the Authenticity of the Ashmolean Ring 1919.56,” Kadmos 10(1971) 60-69.

C. Sourvinou-Inwood, “On the Lost ‘Boat’ Ring from Mochlos,” Kadmos 12(1973) 149-158.

C. Sourvinou-Inwood, “Space in Late Minoan Religious Scenes in Glyptic – Some Remarks,” in W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989)  241-257.

C. Sourvinou-Inwood, “Against the Authenticity of the Ring CMS II.3.326: Fragments of a Discourse on Minoan Glyptic,” JHS 110(1990) 192-199.

T. E. Strasser, “Horns of Consecration or Rooftop Granaries? Another Look at the Master Impression,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 201-207.

E. Thomas, “Zu stilistischen Gruppen und zu Werkstätten neupalastzeitlicher Glyptik,” in W-D. Niemeier (ed.), Studien zur minoischen und helladischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 1] (Berlin 1981) 225-239.

E. Thomas, “Zur Glyptik der zweiten Phase der spätminoischen Periode,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 241-250.

E. Thomas, “Stil als Bedeutungsträger in der minoischen Glyptik der Palastzeit,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 305-316.

A. Ulanowska, “The Gold Ring from Mycenae. Some Remarks about Dance, ” Archeologia Warsawa 44(1993) 113-117.

H. and M. van Effenterre, “L’iconographie du temps dans la glytpique créto-mycénienne,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8](Liège 1992) 325-326

P. Warren, “The Ring of Minos,” in EILAPINE. Tomos timetikos gia ton kathegete Nikolao Platona (Heraklion 1987) 485-500.

M. Wedde, “On Hierarchical Thinking in Aegean Bronze Age Glyptic Imagery,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) II: 493-504.

M. Wedde, “Talking Hands: A Study of Minoan and Mycenaean Ritual Gesture: Some Preliminary Notes,” 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)

911-919.

M. Wedde, “On the Road to the Godhead: Aegean Bronze Age Glyptic Procession Scenes,” in Celebrations: Sanctuaries and the Vestiges of Cult Activity [Papers from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 6] (Athens 2004) 151-186.

J. Weingarten, The Zakro Master and His Place in Prehistory [SIMA Pocket-book 26] (Göteborg 1983).

J. Weingarten, “The Use of the Zakro Sealings,” Kadmos 22(1983) 8-13.

J. Weingarten, “Two Inscribed Sealings from Zakro,” Kadmos 22(1983) 107-108.

J. Weingarten, “Some Unusual Minoan Clay Nodules,” Kadmos 25(1986) 1-21.

J. Weingarten, “The Sealing Structures of Minoan Crete: MM II Phaistos to the Destruction of the Palace of Knossos. Part I: the Evidence until the LM IB Destructions,” OJA 5(1986) 279-298.

J. Weingarten, “Seal Use at LM IB Ayia Triada: A Minoan Elite in Action I: Administrative Considerations,” Kadmos 26(1987) 1-43.

J. Weingarten, “The Sealing Structures of Minoan Crete: MM II Phaistos to the Destruction of the Palace of Knossos. Part II: the Evidence from Knossos until the Destruction of the Palace,” OJA 7(1988) 1-25.

J. Weingarten, “Seal Use at Late Minoan IB Ayia Triada: A Minoan Elite in Action II,” Kadmos 27(1988) 89-114.

J. Weingarten, “Old and New Elements in the Seals and Sealings of the Temple Repository, Knossos,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze moyen au Bronze récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 39-52.

J. Weingarten, “Three Upheavals in Minoan Sealing Administration: Evidence for Radical Change,” in T. G. Palaima (ed.), Aegean Seals, Sealings, and Administration [Aegeaum 5] (Liège 1990) 105-114.

J. Weingarten, “More Unusual Minoan Clay Nodules: Addendum II,” Kadmos 29(1990) 16-23.

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 105] (Jonsered 1991) 303-324.

J. Weingarten, “The Multiple Sealing System of Minoan Crete and its Possible Antecedents in Anatolia,” OJA 11(1992) 25-37.

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.

J. Weingarten, “Some Seal-impressed Weights from Eastern Crete,” Pepragmena tou H’ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 2000) A2: 485-495.

J. Weingarten, “A Tale of Two Interlaces,” in Y. Duhoux (ed.), Briciaka: A Tribute to W. C. Brice [Cretan Studies 9] (2003) 285-299.

J. B. Wohlfeil, Die Bildersprache minoischer und mykenischer Siegel [BAR-IS 685] (Oxford 1997).

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, Les cachets minoens de la collection Giamalakis [Études crétoises 10] (1958).

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “Techniques et évolution de la bague-cachet dans l’art créto-mycenien,” W. Müller (ed.), Fragen und Probleme der bronzezeitlichen ägäischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 3] (Berlin 1989) 323-338.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “To daktylidi-sphragida sten kretomykenaïke sphragidoglyphia,” Kretike Estia 5(1989) 11-16.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “Les bagues-cachets créto-mycéniennes: art et fonction,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 313-329.

J. G. Younger, “Non-Sphragistic Uses of Minoan-Mycenaean Sealstones and Rings,” Kadmos 16(1977) 141-159.

J. G. Younger, “The Lapidary’s Workshop at Knossos,” BSA 74(1979) 258-268.

J. G. Younger, “The Rhodian Hunt Group,” in J. L. Davis and J. F. Cherry (eds.), Papers in Cycladic Prehistory (Los Angeles 1979) 97-105.

J. G. Younger, “Aegean Seals of the Late Bronze Age: The First Generation Minoan Masters,” Kadmos 22(1983) 109-136.

J. G. Younger, “Aegean Seals of the Late Bronze Age: Stylistic Groups IV. Almond- and Dot-eye Groups of the Fifteenth Century B.C.,” Kadmos 24(1985) 34-73.

J. G. Younger, “Aegean Seals of the Late Bronze Age: Stylistic Groups V. Minoan Groups Contemporary with LM IIIA1,” Kadmos 25(1986) 119-140.

J. G. Younger, “Aegean Seals of the Late Bronze Age: Stylistic Groups VI. Fourteenth-Century Mainland and Later Fourteenth-Century Cretan Workshops,” Kadmos 26(1987) 77-93.

J. G. Younger, “Bronze Age Seals in Their Middle Period,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), Transition. Le monde égéen du Bronze moyen au Bronze récent [Aegaeum 3] (Liège 1989) 53-64.

J. G. Younger, The Iconography of Late Minoan and Mycenaean Sealstones and Finger Rings (Bristol 1988).

J. G. Younger, A Bibliography for Aegean Glyptic in the Bronze Age [CMS Beiheft 4] (Berlin 1991).

J. G. Younger, “Representations of Minoan-Mycenaean Jewelry,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 257-293.

J. G. Younger, Bronze Age Aegean Seals in their Middle Phase (ca. 1700 – 1550 B.C.) [SIMA 102] (Jonsered 1993).

J. G. Younger, “Interactions between Aegean Seals and Other Minoan-Mycenaean Art Forms,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 331-348.

J. G. Younger, “The Spectacle Eyes Group: Continuity and Innovation for the First Mycenaean Administration at Knossos,” in W. Müller (ed.), Minoisch-mykenische Glyptik: Stil, Ikonographie, Funktion [CMS Beiheft 6] (Berlin 2000) 347-360.

P. Yule, “Technical Observations on Early Neopalatial Seal-impressions,” Kadmos 16(1977) 56-69.

Stone and Shell Artifacts and the Sources of the Raw Materials

C. Baurain and P. Darcque, “Un triton en pierre à Malia,” BCH 107(1983) 3-73.

M. J. Becker, “Minoan Sources for Steatite and Other Stones Used for Artifacts,” AD 30A(1975) 242-252.

M. J. Becker, “Soft-Stone Sources on Crete,” JFA 3(1976) 361-374.

P. P. Betancourt, “Minoïko emborio lithou: ta stoicheia apo ten neso Pseira,” Kretike Estia 5(1994-96) 47-70.

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

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

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

F. Blakolmer, “Die ‘Schnittervase’ von Agia Triada. Zu Narrativität, Mimik und Prototypen in der minoischen Bildkunst,” Creta Antica 8(2007) 201-242.

H. Blitzer, “Minoan Implements and Industries,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete I: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Princeton 1995) 403-536.

H. Blitzer, “The Chipped and Ground Stone: Raw Material Sources, Production Sites, and Finds,” 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) 509-524.

E. F. Bloedow, “The ‘Sanctuary Rhyton’ from Zakros: What Do the Goats Mean?” Annales d’archéologie égéenne de l’Université de Liège [Aegaeum 6] (Liège 1990) 66-67.

H. Büsing, “Zum Spiralschmuck der steinernen Alabastra aus dem Thronsaal von Knossos,” JRGZM 40(1993) 317-332.

T. Carter, “Transformative Processes in Liminal Spaces: Crafts as Ritual Action in the Throne Room Area,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 273-282.

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

A. P. Chapin, “The Sanctuary Rhyton from Kato Zakros and the Representation of Space in Aegean Art of the Bronze Age,” AJA 96(1992) 334 [abstract].

C. D’Annibale and D. Long, “Replicating Bronze Age Obsidian Blade Manufacture: Towards an Assessment of the Scale of Production during the Minoan Period,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 425-429.

P. Darcque, “Un triton en pierre trouvé à Malia,” Archeologia 211(1986) 32-38.

H. M. C. Dierckx, Aspects of Minoan Technology, Culture, and Economy. The Bronze Age Stone Industry of Crete (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 1992).

H. Dierckx, “Gound Stone Implements from Crete: An Overview of Research,” in A. Dakouri-Hild and S. Sherratt (eds.), AUTOCHTHON: Papers Presented to O. T. P. K. Dickinson on the Occasion of His Retirement [BAR-IS 1432] (Oxford 2005) 225-228.

D. Evely, “On a Lentoid Flask of Red Marble from Knossos,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010) 119-130.

J. Forsdyke, “Minos of Crete,” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 15(1952) 13-19.

J. Forsdyke, “The ‘Harvester Vase’ of Hagia Triada,” Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes 17(1954) 1-9.

V. Hankey, “Stone Vessels at Myrtos Pyrgos,” Pepragmena tou D‘ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Athens 1980) A: 210-215.

S. Hood, The Arts in Prehistoric Greece (Harmondsworth 1978) 140-151.

L. Karali, Shells in Aegean Prehistory [BAR-IS 761] (Oxford 1999).

R. B. Koehl, “The Functions of Aegean Bronze Age Rhyta,” in R. Hägg and N. Marinatos (eds.), Sanctuaries and Cults in the Aegean Bronze Age (Stockholm 1981) 179-187.

R. B. Koehl, “The Chieftain Cup and a Minoan Rite of Passage,” JHS 106(1986) 99-110.

R. B. Koehl, “The Rhyta from Akrotiri and Some Preliminary Observations on their Functions in Selected Contexts,” TAW III.1(1990) 350-360.

R. B. Koehl, Aegean Bronze Age Rhyta (Philadelphia 2006).

O. Krzyszkowska, “Amethyst in the Aegean Bronze Age. An Archaeological Enigma?,” 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) 119-129.

F. Lang, “Delphin oder Heckfigur auf einem mykenischen Steinvasenfragment,” Archäologisches Korrespondenzblatt 29(1999) 335-338.

J. F. Lloyd, “A Clay Triton Shell in a Private Collection in New York,” Opuscula Atheniensia 20(1994) 75-88.

W. Logue, “Set in Stone: The Role of Relief-carved Stone Vessels in Neopalatial Minoan Elite Propaganda,” BSA 99(2004) 149-172.

M. Manti-Platonos, “Teletourgikes sphyres kai ropala sto minoïko kosmo,” ArchEph (1981) 74-83.

S. Marinatos, “                         “, ArchEph (1931) 158-160.

P. Militello, “Il rhyton dei Lottatori e le scene di combattimento: battaglie, duelli, agoni e competizioni nella Creta neopalaziale,” Creta Antica 4(2003) 359-401.

P. Muhly, Minoan Libation Tables (Ph.D. dissertation, Bryn Mawr College 1981).

L. Nixon, “Color and Brilliance: Obsidian, Chert, and Quartz in Sphakia, Crete,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 257-261.

L. Platon, “To anaglypho ryto tes Zakrou, kato apo ena neo semasiologiko prisma,” in A. Vlachopoulos and K. Birtacha (eds.), ARGONAUTIS: Timetikos tomos yia ton Kathegete Christo G. Douma apo tous mathetes tou sto Panepistimio Athenon (1980-2000) (Athens 2003) 331-366.

L. Platon and Y. Pararas, Pedestalled Offering Tables in the Aegean World [SIMA Pocket-book 106] (Jonsered 1991).

G. I. Possehl, “                         “, Expedition 23:4(1981) 39-46.

H. Procopiou, L’outillage de mouture et broyage en Crète minoenne (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Paris 1998).

P. Rehak, “The Riual Destruction of Minoan Art,” Archaeological News 19(1994) 1-6.

P. Rehak, “The Use and Destruction of Minoan Bull’s Head Rhyta,” in R. Laffineur and W-D. Niemeier (eds.), POLITEIA: Society and State in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 12] (Liège/Austin 1995) II: 435-460.

J. Sakellarakis, “The Fashioning of Ostrich-Egg Rhyta in the Creto-Mycenaean Aegean,” in TAW III,1 (1990)

285-308.

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.

A. Sakellariou, “Scène de bataille sur un vase mycénien en pierre?,” RA (1971) 3-14.

A. Sakellariou, “E kretike katagoge enos mykenaïkou eikonographikou kyklou,” Pepragmena tou D Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 1980) A2: 532-538.

L. Savignoni, “Il vaso di Haghia Triada,” Monumenti antichi 13(1903) 77-132.

E. Vermeule, review of P. M. Warren, Minoan Stone Vases (Cambridge 1969) in CJ 69(1973-74) 177-180.

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

L. von Rosen, Lapis Lazuli in Geological Contexts and in Ancient Written Sources [SIMA Pocket-book 65] (Partille 1988).

P. Warren, “A Stone Vase Maker’s Workshop in the Palace at Knossos,” BSA 62(1967) 195-201.

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

P. M. Warren, “Lapis lacedaemonius,” in J. M. Sanders (ed.), PHILOLAKON. Lakonian Studies in Honour of Hector Catling (Oxford 1992) 285-296.

P. Warren, “The Lapidary Art – Minoan Adaptations of Egyptian Stone Vessels,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 209-223.

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

J. G. Younger, “Semi-precious Stones to the Aegean,” Archaeological News 8(1979) 40-44.

P. Yule and K. Schürmann, “Technical Observations on Glyptic,” in W-D. Niemeier (ed.), Studien zur minoischen und helladischen Glyptik [CMS Beiheft 1] (Berlin 1981) 273-282.

 

Ivories and Furniture

H.-G. Buchholz, “Ägäische Kämme,” Acta Praehistorica et Archaeologica 16/17(1984-85) 91-   .

D. Evely, “Seeing is Believing?,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997)  463-465.

S. Ferrence, “Hippopotamus Ivory in EM-MM Lasithi and the Implications for Eastern Mediterranean Trade: New Evidence from Hagios Charalambos,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 167-175.

S. Hemingway, “The Place of the Palaikastro Kouros in Minoan Bone and Ivory Sculpture,” in  J. A. MacGillivray, J. M. Driessen, and L. H. Sackett (eds.), The Palaikastro Kouros: A Minoan Chryselephantine Statuette and its Aegean Bronze Age Context [BSA Studies 6] (London 2000) 113-122.

O. H. Krzsyzkowska, The Bone and Ivory Industries of the Aegean Bronze Age (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Bristol 1981).

O. H. Krzsyzkowska, “Ivory from Hippopotamus Tusk in the Aegean Bronze Age,” Antiquity 58(1984) 123-125.

O. H. Krzsyzkowska, “Ivory in the Aegean Bronze Age: Elephant Tusk or Hippopotamus Ivory?,” BSA 83(1988) 209-234.

O. H. Krzyszkowska, Ivory and Related Materials (London 1990).

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Aegean Ivory Carving. Towards an Evaluation of Late Bronze Age Workshop Material,” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Ivory in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period (London 1992) 25-   .

O. H. Krzyszkowska, “Furniture in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in G. Herrmann (ed.), The Furniture of Western Asia (Mainz 1996) 85-103.

K. D. S. Lapatin, Chryselephantine Statuary in the Ancient Mediterranean World (Oxford 2001).

K. D. S. Lapatin, Mysteries of the Snake Goddess: Art, Desire, and the Forging of History (Boston 2002).

J. A. MacGillivray, J. M. Driessen, and L. H. Sackett (eds.), The Palaikastro Kouros: A Minoan Chryselephantine Statuette and its Aegean Bronze Age Context [BSA Studies 6] (London 2000).

A. Papaefthymiou-Papanthemou, Skeue kai synerga tou kallopismou ston kretomykenaïko choro (Thessaloniki 1979).

J-C. Poursat, “Ivory Carving in Minoan Crete (2000-1450 B.C.),” in J. L. Fitton (ed.), Ivory in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean from the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic Period (London 1992) 3-5.

P. Rehak and J. G. Younger, “International Styles in Ivory Carving in the 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) 229-256.

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.

Weaponry and Warriors

 

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

F. Chapouthier, “Deux épées d’apparat  découvertes en 1936 au palais de Mallia,” Études crétoises 5 (Paris 1938) 1-36.

D. Danielidou, E oktoscheme aspida tes 2es chilietias (Athens 1998).

W. Deonna, “Casque gravé sur une hache minoenne,” BCH 78(1958) 253-257.

D. Evely, “The Neo-Palatial Minoan Warrior: Fact or Fiction,” 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) 59-69.

C. R. Floyd, “Observations on a Minoan Dagger from Chrysokamino,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 433-442.

H. Georgiou, The Late Minoan I Destruction of Crete (Los Angeles 1979).

L. Hakulin, Bronzeworking on Late Minoan Crete [BAR-IS 1245] (Oxford 2004).

B. P. Hallager, “A Warrior and an Unkown Chariot Type on a LM IIIB:2 Krater in Khania,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 449-453.

A. Harding, Warriors and Weapons in Bronze Age Europe (Budapest 2007).

O. Höckmann, “Lanze und Speer in spätminoischen und mykenischen Griechenland,” JRGZM 27(1980) 13-158.

O. Höckmann, “Lanzen und Speere der ägäischen Bronzezeit und des Übergangs zur Eisenzeit,” in H-G. Buchholz (ed.), Ägäische Bronzezeit (Darmstadt 1987) 329-358.

R. W. Hutchinson, “Battle-axes in the Aegean,” PPS 16(1950) 52-64.

I. Kilian-Dirlmeier, Die Schwerter in Griechenland (ausserhalb der Peloponnes), Bulgarien und Albanien [Prähistorische Bronzefunde IV.12] (Stuttgart 1993).

V. La Rosa and P. Militello, “Caccia, guerra o rituale? Alcune considerazioni sulle armi minoiche da Festos 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.

S. Manning, “The Military Function in Late Minoan I Crete,” World Archaeology 18:2(1986) 284-288.

A. Papadopoulos, The Iconography of Warfare in the Bronze Age Aegean (Ph.D dissertation, University of Liverpool 2006).

A. D. Peatfield, “The Paradox of Violence: Weaponry and Martial Art in Minoan Crete,” in R. Laffineur (ed.), POLEMOS. Le contexte guerrier en Égée à l’Âge du Bronze [Aegaeum 19] (Liège/Austin 1999) 67-74.

J. Soles, “Saevus Tridens,” in P. P. Betancourt, M. C. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds.), Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw (Philadelphia 2007) 251-255.

J. Toms, “The Aegean,” in R. Osgood, S. Monks, and J. Toms (eds.), Bronze Age Warfare (Stroud 2000) 115-137.

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.

A. Xenaki-Sakellariou, “Poignard minoen de la collection Mitsotakis avec poignée en or ouvragée,” RA (1986) 235-244.

Metalwork Other than in the Forms of Figurines, Jewelry, Signet Rings, Tools, and Weapons

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

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.

I. Berg, “X-Radiography of Knossian Bronze Age Vessels: Assessing Our Knowledge of Primary Forming Techniques,” BSA 104(2009) 137-173.

H-G. Buchholz, Zur Herkunft der kretischen Doppelaxt (Munich 1959).

H. W. Catling, “Workshop and Heirlooms: Prehistoric Bronze Stands in the East Mediterranean,” RDAC (1984) 69-91.

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

H. W. Catling and R. E. Jones, “Analyses of Copper and Bronze Artefacts from the Unexplored Mansion at Knossos,” Archaeometry 19(1977) 57-66.

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

D. Evely and Z. Stos, “Aspects of Late Minoan Metallurgy at Knossos,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 267-271.

C. Gillis, “The Smith in the Late Bronze Age – State Employee, Independent Artisan, or Both?,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 505-513.

C. Gillis, “The Significance of Color for Metals in the Aegean Bronze Age,” in P. P. Betancourt, V. Karageorghis, R. Laffineur, and W.-D. Niemeier (eds.), MELETEMATA: Studies in Aegean Archaeology Presented to Malcolm H. Wiener as He Enters His 65th Year [Aegaeum 20] (Liège/Austin 1999) 289-298.

R. Hägg, “The Bronze Hair-locks from Knossos: A New Interpretation,” AA (1983) 543-549.

L. Hakulin, Bronzeworking on Late Minoan Crete [BAR-IS 1245] (Oxford 2004).

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

S. Hemingway, “Copper and Bronze Objects from Minoan Pseira,” 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) 357-359.

V. La Rosa and P. Militello, “Caccia, guerra o rituale? Alcune considerazioni sulle armi minoiche da Festos 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.

C. Laviosa, “Una forma minoica per fusione a cera perduta,” Annuario 45-46(1968) 499-510.

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

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

H. Matthäus, Die Bronzegefässe der Kretisch-mykenischen Kultur [Prähistorische Bronzefunde II,1] (Munich 1980).

P. Northover and D. Evely, “Towards an Appreciation of Minoan Metallurgical Techniques: Information Provided by Copper Alloy Tools from the Ashmolean Museum, Oxford,” BSA 90(1995) 83-106.

A. Papaefthymiou-Papanthemou, “Minoïke metra apo ton Poro Herakleiou,” Kretika Chronika 23(1973) 375-396.

G. Papasavvas, Chalkinoi ypostates apo ten Kypro kai ten Krete. Tripodikoi kai tetrapleuroi ypostates apo ten Ystere Epoche tou Chalkou eos ten Proïme Epoche tou Siderou (Lefkosia 2001).

A-L. Schallin, “Metallurgy, a Divine Affair?,” 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)  139-171.

J. S. Soles, “Metal Hoards from LM IB Mochlos, Crete,” in I Tzachili (ed.), Aegean Metallurgy in the Bronze Age (Athens 2008) 143-156.

L. Vagnetti, “Testimonianze di metallurgia minoica dalla zona di Nerokourou (Kydonias),” SMEA 25(1984) 155-171.

 

Faience

G. Cadogan, “Some Faïence, Blue Frit and Glass from Fifteenth Century Knossos,” TUAS 1(1976) 18-19.

K. P. Foster, Aegean Faïence of the Bronze Age (New Haven 1979).

Y. Maniatis, M. Panagiotaki, A. Kaczmarczyk, M. S Tite and A. J. Shortland, “Faience Production in the Eastern Mediterranean,” in M. S. Tite and A. J. Shortland (eds.), Production Technology of Faience and Related Early Vitreous Materials (Oxford 2008) 111-128.

M. Panagiotaki, “Preliminary Technical Observations on Knossian Faience,” OJA 14(1995) 137-149.

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

M. Panagiotaki, “Artisans in Egypt, the Near East and the Aegean in the Second Millennium B.C.: The Case of Vitreous Materials,” Creta Antica 9(2008) 73-92.

M. Panagiotaki, “Exchange of Prestige Technologies as Evidence of Cultural Interactions and Integration between the Aegean and the Near East in the Bronze Age,” in Ch. Papageorgiadou-Banis and A. Giannikouri (eds.), Sailing in the Aegean: Readings on the Economy and Trade Routes (Paris 2008) 55-76.

M. Panagiotaki, “The Technological Development of Aegean Vitreous Materials in the Bronze Age,” in C. M. Jackson and E. C. Wager (eds.), Vitreous Material in the Late Bronze Age Aegean. A Window to the East Mediterranean World [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 9] (Oxford 2008) 34-63.

J. F. S. Stone and L. C. Thomas, “The Use and Distribution of Faïence in the Ancient East and Prehistoric Europe,” Archaeologia 85(1936) 203-252.

M. Tite, A. Shortland, G. Hatton, Y. Maniatis, D. Kavoussanaki, M. Pyrli, and M. Panagiotaki, “The Scientific Examination of Aegean Vitreous Materials – Problems and Potential,” in C. M. Jackson and E. C. Wager (eds.), Vitreous Material in the Late Bronze Age Aegean. A Window to the East Mediterranean World [Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 9] (Oxford 2008) 105-125.

 

Jewelry

M. Effinger, Minoischer Schmuck [BAR-IS 646] (Oxford 1996).

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

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

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

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

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

C. Hopkins, “The Aegina Treasure,” AJA 66(1962) 182-184.

H. Hughes-Brock, “Seals and Beads. Their Shapes and Materials Compared,” in W. Müller (ed.), Sceaux Minoens et Mycéniens [CMS Beiheft 5] (Berlin 1995) 105-116.

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.

E. M. Konstantinidi, Jewellery Revealed in the Burial Contexts of the Greek Bronze Age [BAR-IS 912] (Oxford 2001).

R. Laffineur, “Les pendants d’oreilles minoens en forme de bucrane,” Pepragmena tou D‘ Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou (Heraklion 1980) A: 281-296.

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

I. Pini, “Minoan and Mycenaean Decorated Gold Finger-Rings,” BICS 42(1997-98) 210-211.

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

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

J. Younger, “Seven Types of Ring Construction,” in Centre Gustave Glotz, Aux origines de l’hellénisme: Hommage à Henri van Effenterre (Paris 1984) 83-89.

J. Younger, “Representations of Minoan-Mycenaean Jewelry,” in R. Laffineur and J. L. Crowley (eds.), EIKON: Aegean Bronze Age Iconography: Shaping a Methodology [Aegaeum 8] (Liège 1992) 257-293.

 

Textiles, Dyes, and Costume

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

E. J. W. Barber, Prehistoric Textiles: The Development of Cloth in the Neolithic and Bronze Ages, with Special

Reference to the Aegean (Princeton 1991).

E. J. W. Barber, “Minoan Women and the Challenges of Weaving for Home, Trade, and Shrine,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 515-519.

M. Beloyianni, “Semeia kai lexeis tes Grammikes A kai B graphes os tekmeria yia ten askese tes kalathoplektikes technes sten proïstorike Ellada,” in A. Vlachopoulos and K. Birtacha (eds.), ARGONAUTIS: Timetikos tomos yia ton Kathegete Christo G. Douma apo tous mathetes tou sto Panepistimio Athenon (1980-2000) (Athens 2003) 640-644.

B. Burke, “The Organization of Textile Production on Bronze Age Crete,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 413-422.

R. B. Burke, From Minos to Midas: The Organization of Textile Production in the Aegean and in Anatolia (Ph.D. dissertation, University of California at Los Angeles 1998).

B. Burke, From Minos to Midas: Ancient Cloth Production in the Aegean and in Anatolia (Oxford 2010).

H-E. Giesecke, “Kretische Schurze,” Opuscula Atheniensia 17(1988) 91-98.

B. R. Jones, Minoan Women’s Clothes: An Investigation of Their Construction from the Depictions in Aegean Art (Ph.D. dissertation, New York University Institute of Fine Arts 1998).

B. Jones, “Revealing Minoan Fashions,” Archaeology 53:3(2000) 36-41.

B. Jones, “The Minoan Snake Goddess: New Interpretations of Her Costume and Identity,” in R. Laffineur and R. Hägg, POTNIA. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 22] (Liège/Austin 2001) 259-265.

B. Jones, “Veils and Mantles: An Investigation of the Construction and Function of the Costumes of the Veiled Dancer from Thera and the Camp Stool Banqueter from Knossos,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 441-450.

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.

J. T. Killen, “The Wool Industry of Crete in the Late Bronze Age,” BSA 59(1964) 1-15.

J. T. Killen, “The Textile Industries at Pylos and Knossos,” in C. W. Shelmerdine and T. G. Palaima (eds.), Pylos Comes Alive (New York 1984) 49-63.

A. Lillethun, “The Recreation of Aegean Cloth and Clothing,” in K. P. Foster and R. Laffineur (eds.), METRON: Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 24] (Liège/Austin 2003) 463-472.

G. Lyberopoulou, Le costume égéen (Ph.D. dissertation, Université de Paris I 1978).

K. T. Mammel, Bodies in Bloom: The Association of Flora and Female Figures in Late Bronze Age Aegean Iconography (Senior Honors thesis, Dartmouth College 2011).

http://www.dartmouth.edu/~classics/studenttheses/mammel11.html

A. Marcar, Ancient Aegean Textiles and Dress Design: ca. 2500 to 1200 B.C.E. (Ph.D. dissertation, University of London 2001).

A. Marcar, “Aegean Costume and the Dating of the Knossian Frescoes,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 225-238.

S. Marinatos, Kleidung, Haar, und Barttracht [Archaeologica Homerica I, A and B] (Göttingen 1967).

P. Militello, “Textile Industry and Minoan Palaces,” in C. Gillis and M.-L. B. Nosch (eds.), Ancient Textiles: Production, Craft and Society [Ancient Textile Series 1] (Oxford  2003) 36-45.

C. Murray and P. M. Warren, “PO-NI-KI-JO among the Dye-plants of Minoan Crete,” Kadmos 15(1976) 40-60.

J. L. Myres, “Minoan Dress,” Man 50(1950) 1-6.

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

D. Reese, “Palaikastro Shells and Bronze Age Purple-dye Production in the Mediterranean Basin,” BSA 82(1987) 201-206.

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

P. Rehak, “Crocus Costumes in Aegean Art,” in A. Chapin (ed.), CHARIS: Essays in Honor of Sara A. Immerwahr [Hesperia Supplement 33] (Princeton 2004) 85-100.

E. Sapouna Sakellaraki, To minoïkon zoma (Athens 1971).

J. S. Smith and I. Tzachili, “Cloth in Crete and Cyprus,” in G. Cadogan, J. Whitley, K. Kopaka, and M. Iacovou (eds.), Parallel Lives: Ancient Island Societies in Crete and Cyprus (forthcoming).

L. Stefani, E gynaikeia endymasia sten anaktorike Krete. Protase anagnoses enos kodika epikoinonias (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Thessaloniki 2000).

P. R. Stieglitz, “The Minoan Origin of Tyrian Purple,” Biblical Archaeologist 57(1994) 46-54.

C. Televantou, “E gynaikeia endymasia sten proïstorike Thera,” ArchEph 121(1982) 113-135.

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

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

I. Tzachili, “All-Important Yet Elusive: Looking for Evidence of Cloth-making at Akrotiri,” in D. Hardy (ed.), Thera and the Aegean World III.1 (London 1990) 380-389.

I. Tzachili, Yphantike kai yphantres sto proïstoriko Aigaio 2000 – 1000 p.Ch. (Heraklion 1997).

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

 

Music

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.

M. Mikrakis, “Technologies of Sound across Aegean Crafts and Mediterranean Cultures,” in A. Brysbaert (ed.), Tracing Prehistoric Social Networks through Technology: A Diachronic Perspective on the Aegean (New York/London 2011) 48-71.

J. S. Soles, “The Mochlos Sistrum and its Origins,” in P. P. Betancourt and S. C. Ferrence (eds.), Metallurgy: Understanding How, Learning Why. Studies in Honor of James D. Muhly (Philadelphia 2011) 133-146.

J. G. Younger, Music in the Bronze Age [SIMA Pocket-book 144] (Jonsered 1998).

 

Cuisine

Y. Tzedakis and H. Martlew (eds.), Minoans and Mycenaeans: Flavours of their Time (Athens 1999).

Y. Tzedakis, H. Martlew, and M. K. Jones (eds.), Archaeology Meets Science: Biomolecular Investigations in Bronze Age Greece: The Primary Scientific Evidence, 1997-2003 (Oxford 2008).

 

Games and Toys

R. G. Austin, “Greek Board Games,” Antiquity 14(1940) 257-271.

R. Bielinski and P. Taracha, “Board Games in the Eastern Mediterranean: Some Aspects of Cultural Interrelations,” in A. Lipska, E. Niezgoda, and M. Zabecka (eds.), Studia Aegaea Balcanica in Honorem Lodovicae Press (Warsaw 1992) 41-52.

R. Brumbaugh, “The Knossos Game Board,” AJA 79(1975) 135-137.

N. Hillbom, “Minoan and Eastern Mediterranean Games and Game Boards: A History of Research,” Opuscula Atheniensia 25-26(2000-01) 53-65.

S. Hood, “Games at Knossos?,” in Centre Gustave Glotz, Aux origines de l’hellénisme: Hommage à Henri van Effenterre (Paris 1984) 39-41.

S. Hood, “Minoan Cup-marks,” Eirene 31(1995) 7-43.

J. Mouratidis, “Are There Minoan Influences on Mycenaean Sports, Games and Dances?,” Nikephoros 2(1989) 43-63.

H. van Effenterre, “Cupules et naumachie,” BCH 69(1955) 541-548.

C. Waddington, “Cup and Ring Marks in Context,” CAJ 8(1998) 29-54.

 

Miscellaneous Small Finds

J. S. Soles, Mochlos I: Period III, Neopalatial Settlement on the Coast: The Artisans’ Quarter and the Farmhouse at Chalinomouri. IC: The Small Finds (Philadelphia 2004).

 

Miscellaneous Organic Substances

A. L. D’Agata, “Incense and Perfumes in Late Bronze Age Aegean,” in A. Avanzini (ed.), Profumi d’Arabia (Rome 1997) 85-99.

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

A. J. Koh, The Organic Residues of Mochlos, Crete: An Interdisciplinary Study of Typology and Spatial Function at an Archaeological Site (PhD. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania 2006).

H. Martlew, “Minoan and Mycenaean Technology as Revealed Through Organic Residue Analysis,” in J. Bourriau and J. Phillips (eds.), Invention and Innovation: The Social Context of Change 2: Egypt, the Aegean and the Near East 1650-1150 B.C. (Oxford 2004) 121-148.

F. R. Riley, “Olive Oil Production on Bronze Age Crete: Nutritional Properties, Processing Methods and Storage Life of Minoan Olive Oil,” OJA 21(2002) 63-75.

M. Vlazaki, “Iris cretica and the Prepalatial Workshop of Chamalevri,” in O. Krzsyzkowska (ed.), Cretan Offerings: Studies in Honour of Peter Warren [BSA Studies 18] (London 2010)

 

Tools

H. Blitzer, “Minoan Implements and Industries,” in J. W. and M. C. Shaw (eds.), Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete I: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Princeton 1995) 403-536.

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

W. Deonna, “Casque gravé sur une hache minoenne,” BCH 78(1958) 253-257.

R. D. G. Evely, Minoan Crafts: Tools and Techniques. An Introduction I [SIMA 92:1] (Göteborg 1993).

R. D. G. Evely, Minoan Crafts: Tools and Techniques II [SIMA 92:2] (Jonsered 2001).

V. La Rosa and P. Militello, “Caccia, guerra o rituale? Alcune considerazioni sulle armi minoiche da Festos 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.

M. Lowe Fri, The Double Axe in Minoan Crete: A Functional Analysis of Production and Use (Stockholm 2007).

M. Manti-Platonos, “Teletourgikes sphyres kai ropala sto minoïko kosmo,” ArchEph (1981) 74-83.

C. Mavriyannaki, “Double-Axe-Tool with an Engraved Bucranium from the District of Amari (Nome of Rethymno),” AAA 11(1978) 198-208.

J-C. Poursat, “Outils de charpentier et de menuisier au Quartier Mu de Malia (Crète),” in J.-L. Huot, M. Yon, and Y. Calvet (eds.), De l’Indus aux Balkans. Recueil à la mémoire de Jean Deshayes (Paris 1985) 119-125.

C. Verlinden, “Nouvelle interprétation du décor incisé sur une double hache en bronze supposé provenir de Voros,” in P. Darcque and J-C. Poursat (eds.), L’iconographie minoenne [BCH Supplement 11] (Paris 1985) 135-149.

B. H. Wells, “The Position of the Large Bronze Saw of Minoan Crete,” Expedition 16(1974) 2-8.

Crafts and Industries

T. Carter, “Transformative Processes in Liminal Spaces: Crafts as Ritual Action in the Throne Room Area,” in G. Cadogan, E. Hatzaki, and A. Vasilakis (eds.), Knossos: Palace, City, State [BSA Studies 12] (London 2004) 273-282.

A. L. D’Agata, “Incense and Perfumes in Late Bronze Age Aegean,” in A. Avanzini (ed.), Profumi d’Arabia (Rome 1997) 85-99.

M. K. Dabney, “Craft Product Consumption as an Economic Indicator of Site Status in Regional Studies,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 467-471.

N. Dimopoulou, “Workshops and Craftsmen in the Harbour-Town of Knossos at Poros-Katsambas,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 433-438.

R. D. G. Evely, Minoan Crafts: Tools and Techniques (Ph.D. dissertation, Oxford University 1979).

D. Evely, “Minoan Craftsmen: Problems of Recognition and Definition,” in E. B. French and K. A. Wardle (eds.), Problems in Greek Prehistory (Bristol 1988) 397-415.

R. D. G. Evely, Minoan Crafts: Tools and Techniques. An Introduction I [SIMA 92:1] (Göteborg 1993).

R. D. G. Evely, Minoan Crafts: Tools and Techniques II [SIMA 92:2] (Jonsered 2001).

D. Evely, “Seeing is Believing?,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 463-465.

C. Gillis, “The Smith in the Late Bronze Age – State Employee, Independent Artisan, or Both?,” in R. Laffineur and P. P. Betancourt (eds.), TEXNH: Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age [Aegaeum 16] (Liège/Austin 1997) 505-513.

L. Hakulin, Bronzeworking on Late Minoan Crete [BAR-IS 1245] (Oxford 2004).

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Collections of Minoan Antiquities

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M. Borda, Arte Cretese Micenea nel Museo Pigorini (Rome 1946).

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