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Myrtos: an early bronze age settlement in Crete.
by British School of Archaeology at Athens, Thames and Hudson in [London]
Written in English
One fold. plan in pocket. Bibliographical footnotes.
|Series||British School of Archaeology at Athens. Supplementary volume, no. 7|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 355 p. illus., maps. ;|
|Number of Pages||355|
Architecture of Minoan Crete: Constructing Identity in the Aegean Bronze Age John C. McEnroe Ever since Sir Arthur Evans first excavated at the site of the Palace at Knossos in the early twentieth century, scholars and visitors have been drawn to the architecture of Bronze Age Crete. Akrotiri is a Minoan, Bronze Age settlement. Destroyed by a volcanic eruption circa BC, it is now a significant archaeological site that is compared to Pompeii. Volcanic ash preserved numerous frescoes, which can be viewed on the interior walls of its houses. Unlike Pompeii, no human remains were discovered at this : Aline Lago.
The origins of this paper lay in an archaeological problem: the understanding of the variety of gestures of clay figurines we had excavated from a mountain peak sanctuary of the Cretan Bronze : Susan Lupack. CLAS/ANTH a/a 3 Professor Schon Wednesday Sept. Early Minoan Settlements (Discussion) Readings: Excerpt from Myrtos: An Early Bronze Age Settlement in Crete, by P. Warren (D2L); “The Settlement at Fournou Korifi Myrtos and Aspects of Early Minoan.
This book brings together for the first time scholars working on the Bronze Age settlement patterns and material culture of the southern Ierapetra Isthmus, a region that actively participated in the coastal and maritime trade networks of East Crete. to concentrate on the Final Neolithic–Early Bronze Age (e.g. Nowicki contra T omkins ) or the Late Bronze Age–Early Iron Age transitions (e.g. Nowicki ).
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Peter Michael Warren, FSA, FBA (born 23 June ) is a British archaeologist and academic, specialising in the Aegean Bronze tohe was Professor of Ancient History and Classical Archaeology at the University of Bristol, where he is currently Professor Emeritus and a senior research fellow at the mater: University College of North Wales, Corpus.
Myrtos: an early bronze age settlement in Crete by Peter Warren; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Antiquities, Crete Myrtos site. Myrtos: An Early Bronze Age Settlement in Crete Author Warren, Peter Format/binding Paperback Book condition Used - Very Good Jacket condition No Jacket Binding Paperback Publisher Thames and Hudson/ British School of Archaeology at Athens Place of Publication London Date published Myrtos An Early Bronze Age Settlement In Crete Delivery & returns This item will be dispatched to UK addresses via second class post within 2 working days of receipt of your order.
Myrtos: an early Bronze Age settlement in Crete / by Peter Warren. Author. Warren, Peter. Published [London]: Thames and Hudson [for] the British School of Archaeology at Athens, Physical Description. xi, p. of plates: ill.
maps ; 26 cm. Series. British School of Archaeology at Athens. Supplementary volume, no. 7; British. For some years, the Bronze Age Minoan civilization thrived on the island of Crete.
But in the latter part of the 15th century B.C.E., the end came rapidly, with the destruction of several of the palaces, including Knossos. Other Minoan buildings were torn down and replaced, and domestic artifacts, rituals, and even the written language changed. Myrtos Peter Warren: Myrtos: An Early Bronze Age Settlement in Crete.
(B.S.A. Supplementary Volume 7.) Pp. xi+; 24 plates, figs. London: Thames and Hudson, Categories: Classics in Arts and Humanities. Introduction --Chronological tables --The discovery of the Bronze Age --Visual story: The tombs of Mycenae --Civilization in Aegean Bronze Age --Early farmers and metalworkers BC --Visual story: Myrtos: a newly excavated early Bronze Age settlement in Crete --The first palaces of Crete and urban life in the Aegean BC.
Minoan strata replaced a mainland-derived early Bronze Age culture, the earliest Minoan settlement outside Crete. Knossos - the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete; was purchased for excavations by Evans on Ma In addition two volumes present authoritative accounts of pottery production at Knossos on Crete in the Bronze.
The second Minoan settlement in the area is known as “Fournou Korifi”, km east of Myrtos. This settlement dates from the Early Minoan period, and the finds from here provide valuable evidence of life in Early Bronze Age Crete.
Unfortunately the site is fenced off and entry is prohibited. Book Description: This book brings together for the first time scholars working on the Bronze Age settlement patterns and material culture of the southern Ierapetra Isthmus, a region that actively participated in the coastal and maritime trade networks of East Crete.
Description. This book brings together for the first time scholars working on the Bronze Age settlement patterns and material culture of the southern Ierapetra Isthmus, a region that actively participated in the coastal and maritime trade networks of East Crete.
The Minoan civilization was a Bronze Age Aegean civilization on the island of Crete and other Aegean Islands, flourishing from c. to c. BC until a late period of decline, finally ending around represents the first advanced civilization in Europe, leaving behind massive building complexes, tools, stunning artwork, writing systems, and a massive network of phical range: Aegean Sea, especially Crete.
Source: Peter Warren,Myrtos: an early Bronze Age settlement in Crete. The discovery of the bones of four children in a Late Minoan house near the palace centre of Knossos reinforced Warren's belief that the Minoans practiced human sacrifice. Mirtos or Myrtos is one of the jewels of Crete, a picturesque seaside village in southeast Crete, near Ierapetra in Lassithi Prefecture.
Many tourists visit Mirtos in the summer, and there are rooms for rent, small hotels, restaurants, tavernas and café-bars. Mirtos boasts one of the best beaches in the area, with ash-grey sand and clear water.
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Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature Pocket-book Cited by: 1.This book presents research on the Bronze Age settlement patterns and material culture of the southern Ierapetra Isthmus, a terra incognita that recent new investigations revealed to be an active participant in the coastal and maritime trade networks of E.