3 edition of Provenience studies and Bronze Age Cyprus found in the catalog.
Provenience studies and Bronze Age Cyprus
Arthur Bernard Knapp
Includes bibliographical references (p. 219-275) and index.
|Statement||A. Bernard Knapp and John F. Cherry.|
|Series||Monographs in world archaeology,, no. 21.|
|Contributions||Cherry, John F.|
|LC Classifications||GN778.32.C9 K53 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 280 p. :|
|Number of Pages||280|
|LC Control Number||94043903|
African Studies American Studies Ancient Near East and Egypt Art History Asian Studies Book History and Cartography Biblical These pieces were acquired by purchase or impoundment. Despite the lack of secure provenience, the seals are noteworthy and represent a broad cultural and temporal range, with products of local, Hyksos, Egyptian and. 01 GCOI 1 B01 Maud Devolder Devolder, Maud Maud Devolder 2 B01 Igor Kreimerman Kreimerman, Igor Igor Kreimerman 01 eng 00 03 SOC HD 29 Antiquité 12 HDDK 24 INTERNET Archéologie 01 06 01 This volume focusses on ashlar masonry, probably the most elaborate construction technique of the Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age.
ology of Crete and the mainland in the late Bronze Age. 2 Studies have properly concentrated on the provenience of the ISJs (using elemental analysis [OES] or stylistic considerations) and on the linear signs them- "Pot-Marks of the Late Bronze Age from Cyprus," Opuscula Atheni ensia 9, , This book provides an account of the development of European culture and society during the Bronze Age, the time span between c. and BC. It was a period of remarkable innovation, seen for instance in the development and growth of metallurgy as a major industry, the spread of trading contacts, the origins of urbanism and the beginnings.
: Copper Production and Divine Protection: Archaeology, Ideology and Social Complexity on Bronze Age Cyprus (Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology & Literature, Pocket-Book) (): A. Bernard Knapp: Books. This articleanalyses archaeological evidence on the history of Cyprus during the Late Bronze Age. This period was marked by number of significant social and economic changes. These include a massive increase in settlement, an increase in the complexity of hierarchical settlement pattern, and an increase in the number of urban centres. Copper trade was also developed .
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BERNARD KNAPP AND JOHN F. CHERRY. Monographs in World Archaeology No. pages, 49 figures, 3 tables, ap-pendix, bibliography, index.
No price given. Madison, WI: Prehistory Press, ISBN Reviewed by P. Nick Kardulias. Provenience studies and Bronze Age Cyprus: production, exchange and politico-economic change (Monographs in World Archaeology 21). Madison (WI): Prehistory Press.
Knappett, C., Kilikoglou, V., Steele, V. & Stern, B. The circulation and consumption of Red Lustrous Wheelmade Ware: petrographic, chemical and residue by: Ceramics, trade, provenience and geology: Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age Article (PDF Available) in Antiquity 88() December.
Landscape and Settlement in Late Bronze Age Cyprus: Investigations at Pyla-Kokkinokremos, – Palestine Exploration Quarterly, Vol. Issue. 4, p. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Pocket-book Provenience studies and Bronze Age Cyprus: production, exchange and politico-economic change.
Madison. Bronze Age White Painted I Ware in Cyprus. A Reinvestigation. by Anna-Greta Samuelson. This thesis consists of a detailed study of Cypriote vessels from Early Bronze Age III to Middle Bronze Age I, previously denoted either White Painted I ware or Early White Painted ware.
More books in the same series. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology. Provenience Studies and Bronze Age Cyprus: Production, Exchange, and Politico-Economic Change, Monographs in World Archaeology Madison: Prehistory Press.
Madison: Prehistory Press. Google Scholar. Cypriot Bichrome ware is a type of Late Bronze Age, and Iron Age, pottery that is found widely on Cyprus and in the Eastern type of pottery is found in many sites on Cyprus, in the Levant, and also in Egypt.
It was typically produced on a pottery wheel.A large variety of decorations and motifs are attested. Oxbox Books/Joukowsky Institute Publications, July "Ceramics, trade, provenience and geology: Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age," in Antiquity with Peter Grave, Lisa Kealhofer, Ulf-Dietrich Schoop, Jürgen Seeher, John W.
Bennett, Attila Stopic, December Title: Marki Alonia: An Early and Middle Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Excavations Volume 2 of Marki Alonia: An Early and Middle Bronze Age Town in Cyprus, Jennifer M. Webb Marki Alonia: an Early and Middle Bronze Age Town in Cyprus: Excavations,Jennifer M.
WEBB Studies in Mediterranean archaeology, ISSN Authors. Civilizations in Greece began working with bronze before B.C., while the British Isles and China entered the Bronze Age much later—around B.C. and. Knapp, A. Bernard and John F. Cherry Provenience Studies and Bronze Age Cyprus: Production, Exchange and Politico-Economic Change (Monographs in World Archaeology no.
21). Madison, WI: Prehistory Press. Merrillees, Robert S. Settlement, Sanctuary and Cemetery in Bronze Age Cyprus. 44–57 in The Cypriot Bronze Age. The Bronze Age cultural system in Cyprus was initiated by a movement of people to the island in the late 3rd millennium BC.
For the first few generations (the Philia phase of the Early Bronze Age) it was characterised by a uniformity of material culture indicating close connections between different parts of the island (Webb and Frankel, ).The social and. The island of Cyprus was a major producer of copper and stood at the heart of east Mediterranean trade networks during the Late Bronze Age.
It may also have been the source of the Red Lustrous Wheelmade Ware that has been found in mortuary contexts in Egypt and the Levant, and in Hittite temple assemblages in Anatolia.
During the Late Bronze Age (LBA: c. BCE) the Eastern Mediterranean region underwent large scale economic and political changes (Oren,Sherratt, ). These transformations involved the elaboration of a metals-based economy supporting a dense and complex network that linked Europe, Africa, and Asia for the first time (Edens, ).
Situated amidst the Near East, Europe, and Africa, the archaeology and culture of Cyprus are central to an understanding of the ancient Mediterranean world. This book treats the archaeology of Cyprus from the first-known human presence during the Late Epipalaeolithic (ca.
11, BC) through the end of the Bronze Age (ca. BC). s: 8. “Recent Developments in East and Southeast Asian Archaeology I: Material Culture Studies.” 82 nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Vancouver, Canada (3//2/17). Book chapters.
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+/- B.C. Urartian Metal Artifacts: An Archaeological Review Part 2: Artifacts, Cultures, Forgeries, and Provenience The Bronze Age is a historical period that was characterized by the use of bronze, in some areas proto-writing, and other early features of urban Bronze Age is the second principal period of the three-age Stone-Bronze-Iron system, as proposed in modern times by Christian Jürgensen Thomsen, for classifying and studying ancient societies.