Centre for Spartan and Peloponnesian Studies - Open Access Resources
Welcome to the Open Access page of CSPS, provided as part of our mission to disseminate new research on Sparta and the Peloponnese.
Here you will find the published versions of selected papers delivered at our international conferences – they have all been through a process of peer review and editing.
We very much hope you will find them useful and we encourage you to pass on the link to other scholars.
The CSPS Is proud to present its new open access resource: Christos Matzanas 2013, Burial Customs and Practices in the Ancient Coastal Cemetery at Savalia, Elis.
Being Peloponnesian: conference proceedings by chapter
Chapter Author Paper title 1 Christopher Mee Cohesion and diversity in the Neolithic Peloponnese: what the pottery tells us.
2 Erik Ostby Early Tegea, Sparta and the sanctuary of Athena Alea.
3 Maria Pretzler Making Peloponnesians: Sparta's allies and their regional identities. 4 Kostas Vlassopoulos The regional identity of the Peloponnese. 5 Catherine Grandjean Polybius and Achaian coinage. 6 A. D. Rizakis Supra-civic landowning and supra-civic euergetic activities of urban elites in the Imperial Peloponnese. 7 Aimila Bakourou The last creation of paleologan painting in the dome of the metropolis at Mystras. 8 Hamish Forbes Becoming a Methanitis: forgetting in order to remember.
Proceedings of the conference held in Sparta 23-35 April 2009.
Edited by Helen Cavanagh, William Cavanagh and James Roy.
CSPS Online Publication 2 prepared by Sam Farnham.