Aegean Studies accepts papers which present new theoretical approaches and innovative means of data analysis with the aim of illuminating and explaining the prehistory and early Iron Age of the Aegean and its neighbouring areas. Especially welcome are interdisciplinary contributions, as well as studies for the promotion and management of prehistoric culture. The Aegean Book Reviews are part of Aegean Studies.
Texts are accepted in Greek and in English. All papers are submitted to anonymous reviewing. They are initially published electronically on the Aegeus website, and, together with the Aegean Book Reviews, in an annual printed volume of Aegean Studies.
Aegean Book Reviews
Review of Nanno Marinatos, 2010. Minoan Kingship and the Solar Goddess: A Near Eastern Koine, Urbana: University of Illinois Press.
Judith WeingartenWhen I was at Oxford in the late 1970s, even a mild suggestion that the Minoans might have owed a small part of their culture to Egyptian or Near Eastern ‘influences’ was crushed by sardonic...read more
Review of P.P. Betancourt (ed.), 2006. The Chrysokamino Metallurgy Workshop and its Territory [Hesperia Supplement 36], Princeton, New Jersey: American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Myrto GeorgakopoulouThe present monograph marks the first comprehensive publication of a systematically excavated prehistoric metal production workshop in the Aegean. Although other broadly contemporaneous slag heaps...read more
Review of Katerina Kopaka (ed.), 2009. Η αιγαιακή προϊστορική έρευνα στις αρχές του 21ου αιώνα. Πρακτικά Επιστημονικής Συνάντησης, Pέθυμνο 5–7 Δεκεμβρίου 2003, Heraklion: University Press of Crete.
Giorgos Vavouranakis(Review in Greek) Το βιβλίο αυτό αποτελεί προϊόν μίας συνάντησης, όπως αναφέρει και ο τίτλος, η οποία διοργανώθηκε...read more
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