The prehistoric Cyclades: contributions to a workshop on Cycladic chronology
Author: Joseph Alexander "J A" MacGillivray and R. N. L. Barber (editors)
Publisher: Department of Classical Archaeology
327 pages with maps, tables, charts, figures, photographs and bibliography. Quarto (11 1/4" x 8") bound in original publisher's pictorial wrappers. First edition.
Contents: The typology and chronology of chipped stone assemblages in the prehistoric Cyclades by J F Charry and R Torrence; The relative chronology of the Neolithic and the beginning of the Earlu Bronze Age in the Cyclades by Sinclair Hood; The chronology of the Kampos group by Photini Zapheiropoulou; From Pelos to Syros: Kapros Grave D and the Kampos group by Colin Renfrew; Early Minoan - Early Cycladic chronologisch correlations by Peter Warren; The Earlier Bronze Age at Phylakopi by Robert K Evans and Colin Renfrew; The relative chronology of Early Cycladic III by J A MacGillivray; Ayia Irini III: the last phase of the occupation at the EBA settlement by D E Wilson and M Eliot; The pottery of Phyiakipi, First City, phase ii (I-II) by R L N Barber; The Early Cycladic II gap by Jeremy Rutter; Stratigraphy and ceramic sequence in Middle Cycladic Ayia Irini, Kea by John C Overbeck; The development of grave types at Ayia Irini, Kea by Gatewood F Overbeck; The destruction of the town at Akrotiri, Thera, at the beginning of LC I: definition and chronology by Marisa Marthari.
Edge wear, corners bumped and rubbed else very good.
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