The Destruction Of Knossos

📒The Destruction Of Knossos ✍ H. E. L. Mellersh

✏Book Title : The Destruction of Knossos
✏Author : H. E. L. Mellersh
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1993
✏Pages : 205
✏ISBN : 1566191947
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Destruction of Knossos Book Summary :

✏Book Title : The destruction of the palace at Knossos
✏Author : Mervyn R. Popham
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1970
✏Pages : 111
✏ISBN : UCSD:31822023497274
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The destruction of the palace at Knossos Book Summary :

✏Book Title : An Early Destruction in the Mycenaean Palace at Knossos
✏Author : Jan Driessen
✏Publisher : Leuven University Press
✏Release Date : 1990
✏Pages : 151
✏ISBN : 906831257X
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏An Early Destruction in the Mycenaean Palace at Knossos Book Summary :

📒The Fall Of Knossos ✍ Denise M. Doxey

✏Book Title : The Fall of Knossos
✏Author : Denise M. Doxey
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1986
✏Pages : 192
✏ISBN : OCLC:701593103
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

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📒The Neolithic And Bronze Ages ✍ Sara Anderson Immerwahr

✏Book Title : The Neolithic and Bronze Ages
✏Author : Sara Anderson Immerwahr
✏Publisher : ASCSA
✏Release Date : 1971
✏Pages : 286
✏ISBN : 9780876612132
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Neolithic and Bronze Ages Book Summary : The finds in the Athenian Agora from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages have added important chronological context to the earliest eras of Athenian history. The bulk of the items are pottery, but stone, bone, and metal objects also occur. Selected material from the Neolithic and from the Early and Middle Helladic periods is catalogued by fabric and then shape and forms the basis of detailed discussions of the wares (by technique, shapes, and decoration), the stone and bone objects, and their relative and absolute chronology. The major part of the volume is devoted to the Mycenaean period, the bulk of it to the cemetery of forty-odd tombs and graves with detailed discussions of architectural forms; of funeral rites; of offerings of pottery, bronze, ivory, and jewelry; and of chronology. Pottery from wells, roads, and other deposits as well as individual vases without significant context, augment the pottery from tombs as the basis of a detailed analysis of Mycenaean pottery. A chapter on historical conclusions deals with all areas of Mycenaean Athens.

✏Book Title : The Aerial Atlas of Ancient Crete
✏Author : John A. Gifford
✏Publisher : Univ of California Press
✏Release Date : 1992
✏Pages : 318
✏ISBN : 9780520073821
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Aerial Atlas of Ancient Crete Book Summary : "This marvelous and uniquely comprehensive book sets a new, high standard of excellence in the study of Greek archaeology."--Ronald S. Stroud, University of California, Berkeley

✏Book Title : The Mycenaean Palace at Knossos
✏Author : Erik Hallager
✏Publisher :
✏Release Date : 1977
✏Pages : 120
✏ISBN : UOM:39015032601786
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Mycenaean Palace at Knossos Book Summary :

✏Book Title : A Research Guide to the Ancient World
✏Author : John M. Weeks
✏Publisher : Rowman & Littlefield
✏Release Date : 2014-11-25
✏Pages : 454
✏ISBN : 9781442237407
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏A Research Guide to the Ancient World Book Summary : A Research Guide to the Ancient World: Print and Electronic Sources is a partially annotated bibliography that covers the study of the ancient world, and closes the traditional subject gap between the humanities and the social sciences in this area of study. This book is the only bibliographic resource available for such holistic coverage.

📒The Knossos Labyrinth ✍ Rodney Castleden

✏Book Title : The Knossos Labyrinth
✏Author : Rodney Castleden
✏Publisher : Routledge
✏Release Date : 2012-10-12
✏Pages : 240
✏ISBN : 9781134967858
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Knossos Labyrinth Book Summary : Knossos, like the Acropolis or Stonehenge, is a symbol for an entire culture. The Knossos Labyrinth was first built in the reign of a Middle Kingdom Egyptian pharaoh, and was from the start the focus of a glittering and exotic culture. Homer left elusive clues about the Knossian court and when the lost site of Knossos gradually re-emerged from obscurity in the nineteenth century, the first excavators - Minos Kalokairinos, Heinrich Schliemann, and Arthur Evans - were predisposed to see the site through the eyes of the classical authors. Rodney Castleden argues that this line of thought was a false trail and gives an alternative insight into the labyrinth which is every bit as exciting as the traditional explanations, and one which he believes is much closer to the truth. Rejecting Evans' view of Knossos as a bronze age royal palace, Castleden puts forward alternative interpretations - that the building was a necropolis or a temple - and argues that the temple interpretation is the most satisfactory in the light of modern archaeological knowledge about Minoan Crete.

✏Book Title : The Latest Sealings from the Palace and Houses at Knossos
✏Author : Mervyn R. Popham
✏Publisher : British School of Athens
✏Release Date : 1995
✏Pages : 65
✏ISBN : UOM:39015038123363
✏Available Language : English, Spanish, And French

✏The Latest Sealings from the Palace and Houses at Knossos Book Summary : Sir. Arthur Evans only ever published around a tenth of the sealings he found during excavations of the destruction levels at the Palace of Knossos. Moreover the drawings that he and other scholars did of the sealings are scattered over the four volumes of his Palace of Knossos and in obscure publications. All the sealings of known and unknown context are illustrated here. Margaret Gill's original study of the sealings made in the 1960s has been updated following more recent work on material in the Heraklion Museum. This is the first publication in a new scholarly series from the British School, and will be followed later this year by conference proceedings on Post-Minoan Crete and on Palaeolithic Greece.