EL CHAGUEITE JALAPA EL PERIDO FORMATIVO EN EL ORIENTE DE GUATEMALA BRITISH ARCHAEOLOGICAL REPORTS BRITISH SERIES

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Bar International Series

Author : Alain Ichon
ISBN : 1841710873
Genre : Archaeology
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A report on excavations taking place at the site of El Chaguite in eastern Guatemala. The authors describe the results of their excavations, the major structures, and the lithic and ceramics assemblages and the human remains. Since this site is far better preserved than many of the other sites identified as part of this project, it provides a good picture of the organisation and development of a small ceremonial centre in the key period of transition between the Pre-Classic and Classical periods. Poorly typeset.
Category: Archaeology

Antiquity

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ISBN : UOM:39015068865107
Genre : Archaeology
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Includes section "Reviews."
Category: Archaeology

Sp Tmykenische Stadtheiligt Mer

Author : Gabriele Albers
ISBN : UVA:X002493035
Genre : Social Science
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This book is an important attempt to understand the class of Mycenaean site known as the `cult centre'. After examining the concept the author synthesises the evidence from Mycenae, Phylakopi, Tiryns, Asine and Agia Irini. Systematic comparative study of the architecture and spatial patterning of artefacts allows the author to arrive at some interesting conclusions about the role of these puzzling sites.
Category: Social Science

Die Bildersprache Minoischer Und Mykenischer Siegel

Author : Jutta Beate Wohlfeil
ISBN : UVA:X006080396
Genre : Social Science
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Minoan sealings are generally treated as historical evidence, shedding light on a long-gone society. The author here treats them from a more art-historical perspective, discussing the internal logic of Minoan and Mycenaean art and the rules applied to the constrcution of am image. She surveys over 100 images, many of bucking animals, and reproduces them in black and white with a detailed catalogue.
Category: Social Science

Ethnoarch Ologische Studien Zum Neolithikum S Dwesteuropas

Author : Josef Winiger
ISBN : UVA:X006027565
Genre : History
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This volume examines Africa and the oldest pottery of western Europe; Chamblandes-Chassey-Cortaillod: where did the Mesolithics remain? and The ice-mummy of the Hauslabjoch and the Copper Age in the area of the western Alps. German text with English summaries, extensive bibliographies and numerous figures.
Category: History

Fr Hkretische Siegel

Author : Kostas Sbonias
ISBN : UVA:X006050448
Genre : Social Science
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An attempt to look afresh at `old' material such as the well-known seals of Crete. Sbonias' study looks first at the settlement picture of the island at the time when these seals were being produced. He then turns his attention to the classification of the seals and the immages on them, dividing them up according to shape and material. This is followed by grouping according to iconographic and stylistic elements. This done, the information is then interpreted so as to reveal niformation on social and economic aspects of the early Cretan seals: what developments are represtented by their use, their decoration and so on.
Category: Social Science

Sphragides

Author : Britta Gerring
ISBN : UVA:X006109065
Genre : Social Science
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This study is concerned with the examination of Hellenistic finger-rings, defined as such by their pictorial engravings. The principal aim of this art-historical and historical study is to provide a chronological framework for the designs, made difficult by the fact that these desirable items are often held in private collections. Motifs include Greek gods and goddesses, Hellenistic-Egyptian symbols as well as family emblems. The pictorial representations are compared with general trends in Hellenistic art and the production of finger-rings is examined in relation to Hellenistic material culture in general. This rigorous and scientific examination, focusing on the late 4th to mid 2nd century BC, concludes with a catalogue of 174 motifs.
Category: Social Science