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Angus K. Brogan [and others] ; edited by Jeffrey S. Soles and Costis Davaras. Soles [and others] ; edited by Jeffrey S.
Moni Odigitria : a prepalatial cemetery and its environs in the Asterousia, southern Crete, by Andonis Vasilakis and Keith Branigan ; with contributions by Tim Campbell-Green [and others]. Prehistoric Crete : regional and diachronic studies on mortuary systems, edited by Joanne M. Murphy ; contributions by Philip P. Betancourt [and others].
The aim is toidentify communities that shared, or did not share, a similar way of life: the ways in which agroup is organized, its kinship, gender, economic and symbolic relationships; but also to look atthe structural way in which all these relationships were interlaced. I am indebted to A. The island can be divided into three areas in the EM I period based on mortuary behaviour: one around the Asterousia Mountains, another focused along the north coast i. To the running of this website, we need your help to support us. The Asterousia and the Mesara regions followed a more steady path in which horizontal organization seems to have held the communities within a more stable social framework, probably due to the fact that.
Betancourt and Costis Davaras ; contributing authors: Philip P. Betancourt and Costis Davaras ; contributing authors: Demetrios Anglos [and others]. Betancourt ; with an appendix by Peter M. Tomb treasures of the late Middle Kingdom : the archaeology of female burials, Wolfram Grajetzki. Tutankhamun, his tomb and its treasures, I.
The archaeological remains of Pre- and Protopalatial (Early Minoan I to Middle Minoan IIB) Crete include a large number of tombs and cemeteries dating to the. INSTAP Academic Press. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. by. Borja Legarra Herrero. Mortuary Behavior and Social Trajectories in Pre- and Protopalatial Crete.
Edwards ; black and white photos by Harry Burton ; color photos by Lee Boltin. Context Context of Tombs Subject of. Langford-Verstegen Aristocratic society in ancient Crete by R.
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