Franchthi Neolithic Pottery Volume 2 vol 2

This is the second of two detailed reports on the more than one million pieces of pottery (and three complete vessels) recovered from Franchthi Cave and Paralia.

Author: Karen D. Vitelli

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253044457

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This is the second of two detailed reports on the more than one million pieces of pottery (and three complete vessels) recovered from Franchthi Cave and Paralia. These accounts significantly increase our understanding of Neolithic pottery and society in southern Greece. As in her study of the earlier Neolithic ceramics (Fascicle 8), Vitelli gives careful attention in her analyses to the context of the finds and to the traces of the potters’ procedures. The conclusions of these analyses differ significantly from earlier preliminary reports. Substantial gaps in occupation separate each of the three later Neolithic phases, whose remains appear to represent short term, probably ceremonial activities rather than continuous, settled habitation at the site. The concluding chapter explores the implications of the Franchthi ceramic analysis for understanding the complex social and economic developments of the later Neolithic in the larger Aegean area. Karen D. Vitelli is Director of the Franchthi project. She is the coeditor of Archaeological Ethics (2006).
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Les Industries lithiques taill es de Franchthi Argolide Gr ce Volume 3

12–17 (« Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, fasc. 2 »). Vitelli, K. D. 1993 Franchthi Neolithic pottery. Vol. 1 : Classification and ceramic phases 1 and 2, Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis (« Excavations at ...

Author: Catherine Perlès

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253044662

Category: Social Science

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This fascicle is the thirteenth in the series of Level One publications of the excavations at Franchthi Cave and is the third and final installment of the report on the site’s chipped stone industries. The objective of Catherine Perlès’s study is to make sense of the chronology of the site in its economic, technological, and typological dimensions. All phases of the Neolithic are represented at Franchthi Cave. Rich with more than 3,000 reconstructed pieces, this study offers a representative and technical typology that is unequaled today. The first part of the analysis offers diagnostic elements to facilitate comparisons between the lithic sequence and surface dating and is more descriptive than interpretive. The second part is dedicated to a step-by-step analysis of the Franchthi material in a well-defined chrono-stratigraphical framework. The third and most interpretive portion of the study addresses itself more specifically to those who are interested in the socio-economic organizational problems of Neolithic societies. Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece—Thomas W. Jacobsen, editor, with Karen D. Vitelli
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Excavations at Franchthi Cave Greece

Franchthi Neolithic pottery. The later Neolithic ceramic phases 3 to 5 / Karen D. Vitelli with a contribution on the Post-Neolithic remains by James A. Dengate Karen D. Vitelli. # 1 # 7 # 2 # 8 # 3 # 9 # 10 # 4 # 5 # 11 # 6 # 12 # 13 ...

Author: Karen D. Vitelli

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 0253213061

Category: Franchthi Cave (Greece)

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Depositional History of Franchthi Cave

1981 Tephra Layer in Franchthi Cave, Peloponnesos, Greece. ... 1999 Franchthi Neolithic Pottery, Volume 2: The Later Neolithic Ceramic Phases 3 to 5. ... 3–68; also In Cambridge Ancient History 3d. ed., vol. 1, pt. 1, pp.

Author: William R. Farrand

Publisher: Indiana University Press

ISBN: 9780253044488

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This fascicle describes the background of the Franchthi project and its excavation history and methodology. Particle size, mineralogy, and chemistry are all taken into consideration as the cultural remains and the sediments from the cave are analyzed to determine their origin and history. William Farrand constructs an integrated stratigraphy for the entire cave using excavators’ notes, laboratory analyses, and personal field data to correlate sequences in separate trenches. On the basis of some 60 radiocarbon dates, the evolution and chronology of the sedimentary fill is postulated.
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Cooking Up the Past

Franchthi Neolithic Pottery , volume 1 : Classification and ceramic phases 1 and 2 ( Excavations at Franchthi cave , Greece , fascicle 8 ) , Bloomington and Indianapolis : Indiana University Press . Vitelli , K. D. , 1999.

Author: Christopher Mee

Publisher: Oxbow Books Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015069300161

Category: Cooking

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This volume focuses on the ways in which the production and consumption of food developed in the Aegean region in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, to see how this was linked to the appearance of more complex forms of social organization. Sites from Macedonia in the north of Greece down to Crete are discussed and chronologically the papers cover not only the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age but extend into the Middle and Late Bronze Age and Classical period as well. The evidence from human remains, animal and fish bones, cultivated and wild plants, hearths and ovens, ceramics and literary texts is interpreted through a range of techniques, such as residue and stable isotope analysis. A number of key themes emerge, for example the changes in the types of food that were produced around the time of the Final Neolithic-Early Bronze Age transition, which is seen as a particularly critical period, the ways in which foodstuffs were stored and cooked, the significance of culinary innovations and the social role of consumption.
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Humanities

Corpus of Maya Hieroglyphic Inscriptions , Vol . 6 , part . 3. ... Franchthi Neolithic Pottery , Volume 2 : The Later Neolithic Ceramic Phases 3 to 5. ... Premio Daria Borghese , 1999 for best book on a Roman topic by a non - Italian .

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Topography and History of Ancient Epicnemidian Locris

Vitelli, K.D. (1993): Franchthi Neolithic Pottery: Classication and ceramic phases 1 and 2. Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece, Volume 1 Fasc. 8. Indiana University Press, Bloomington and Indianapolis.

Author: José Pascual

Publisher: BRILL

ISBN: 9789004256750

Category: History

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This book presents the results of a major project carried out by a team from the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid and the 14th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities at Lamia offering a complete picture of what Epicnemidian Locris was like in the past.
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Franchthi Neolithic Pottery Classification and ceramic phases 1 and 2

Noll , Walter , Reimerr Holm , and Liborius Born 1975 Painting of Ancient Ceramics . ... Vol . 2 , Les industries du Mésolithique et du Néolithique initial . Excavations at Franchthi Cave , Greece , fasc . 5.

Author: Karen D. Vitelli

Publisher: Excavations at Franchthi Cave

ISBN: UOM:39015032938436

Category: Crafts & Hobbies

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"... a highly innovative study that foregrounds the decision-making and technological choices of Neolithic potters... "Â -- Antiquity "... imaginative, rigorous and admirably lucid study." -- Journal of Hellenic Studies The first of two systematic reports on the more than one million sherds of pottery recovered from the Franchthi Cave and Paralia which will significantly increase our understanding of Neolithic pottery and Neolithic society in southern Greece. Illustrated.
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Early Symbolic Systems for Communication in Southeast Europe

Les industries lithiques taillées de Franchthi ( Argolide , Grèce ) vol . II , Les industries du ... System of Exchange and Organisation of Production in Neolithic Greece . ... Volume 1 : Classification and Ceramic Phases 1 and 2.

Author: Lolita Nikolova

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Category: Balkan Peninsula

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Current Contents Arts Humanities

C. Renfrew ..378 Excavations at Franchthi Cave , Greece - Fascicle - 8 - Franchthi Neolithic Pottery , Vol 1 , Classification and Ceramic Phase - 1 and Phase - 2 , by K.D. Vitelli . C. Renfrew .378 Excavations at Franchthi Cave , Greece ...

Author: Institute for scientific information (Philadelphie, Pa).

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Archaeological Reports

... M.K. Risser , Corinthian conventionalizing pottery ( Corinth VII , v ) , 2000 ; K.D. Vitelli , J.A.Dengate , Franchthi Neolithic pottery , volume 2. The Later Neolithic Ceramic Phases 3-5 . With a contribution on the PostNeolithic ...

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Knossos Pottery Handbook

Franchthi Neolithic Pottery : Classification and Ceramic Phases i and 2. Excavations at Franchthi Cave , Greece 8. Bloomington and Indianapolis . 1999 . Franchthi Neolithic Pottery . Volume 2 : The Later Neolithic Ceramic Phases 3 to 5.

Author: Peter Tomkins

Publisher: British School of Athens

ISBN: UOM:39015069037375

Category: History

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Accompanying CD-ROM contains ... "colour images of selected Knossian ceramics."--Page 4 of cover.
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Anthropomorphic Figurines from the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Aegean

The Emergence of Pottery : Technology and Innovation in Ancient Societies , 55-63 . Washington : Smithsonian Institution Press . Vitelli , K. D. , 1999. Franchthi Neolithic Pottery , Volume 2 , The Later Neolithic Ceramic Phases 3 to 5 ...

Author: Maria Mina

Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015080732244

Category: Social Science

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This monograph aims to throw light on the construction and enaction of gender in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age Aegean, through analysis of a sample of 1660 previously published anthropomorphic figurines. Analysis of poses and postures, decoration and symbolism shows differentiation on gender lines, with hardening of social roles and status in the Early Bronze Age.
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Old World Archaeology Newsletter

Talalay , Lauren E. Deities , Dolls , and Devices : Neolithic Figurines from Franchthi Cave , Greece . ... Part II discusses in turn each of the ceramic subphases for the period covered by this volume ( Early and Middle Neolithic ) .

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The Emergence of Pottery

Jacobsen , Thomas W. , and W. R. Farrand 1987 Franchthi Cave and Paralia : Maps , Plans , and Sections . ... 1993 Franchthi Neolithic Pottery , vol.1 : Classification -6Starčevo Pottery and Neolithic Development in the Central Balkans ...

Author: William K.. Barnett

Publisher: Smithsonian Inst Press

ISBN: UOM:39015055823283

Category: Industries, Prehistoric.

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Includes chapters by A.C. Roosevelt on Amazonia; A. Oyuela-Caycedo on San Jacinto I, Colombia; C. Rodraiguez on north coastal Colombia; J.E. Damp and L.P. Vargas on Valdivia, Ecuador; R. Cooke on Monagrillo, Panama; J.W. Hoopes on the Central American isthmus; B. Arroyo on El Salvador; and J.E. Cla
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Palaeodiet in the Aegean

Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences , vol . 268 . Fraser , G. R. , G. Stamatoyannopoulos ... Hansen , J. , N. Bookidis , and L. Snyder . 1996. ... Franchthi Neolithic Pottery : vol 1 Classification and Ceramic Phases 1 and 2.

Author: Archaeological Institute of America

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ISBN: UOM:39015051292228

Category: Social Science

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This volume of papers is the result of the Annual Meetings of the Archaeological Institue of America conference, Washington 2003. The aim was to present the latest research in the field of palaeodietry studies in the Aegean. The theme od palaeodiet was chosen because it is arguably the most important field of study concerning the Aegean which complements archaeological fieldwork. Food and drink are just as essential for man's survival as shelter. What the ancient peoples in the Aegean ate is as important as the buildings they built or the artifacts they produced.~ The volume discusses how religion, social stucture and ethnicity effects diet. The book also demonstrates skeletal evidence for nutrition in Mesolithic and Neolithic Greece, looking at growth, oral health, bone composition and pathological changes in bone. The book challenges current methodology in recovering bio-archaeological material whilst offering practical methods for gathering palaeodietary data.
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LBK Dialogues

IN : M. Stefanovich , H. Todorova , and H. Hauptmann ( eds ) In The Steps of James Harvey Gaul Vol . 1. Sofia . pp . 107-141 . Vitelli , D.K. ( 1993 ) Franchthi Neolithic Pottery . Volume 1 : Classification and Ceramic Phases 1 and 2.

Author: Alena Lukes

Publisher: British Archaeological Reports Limited

ISBN: UOM:39015061855790

Category: Social Science

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These fifteen papers originated at the Origins of LBK symposium held at the 8th Meeting of the EAA in Thessaloniki in Greece in 2002. Their aim is to summarise recent developments in research and fieldwork in order to encourage debate surrounding the Mesolithic-Neolithic transition in eastern Europe.
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Kephala

( 1964 ) , The Neolithic Pottery of Mainland Greece ( Göteborgs Kungl . ... 6th , Vol . 2 , Rome , 1962 , pp . 224-228 . Immerwahr , S. A. ( 1971 ) , The Athenian Agora , XIII , The Neolithic and Bronze Ages , Princeton .

Author: John E. Coleman

Publisher: ASCSA

ISBN: 0876617011

Category: History

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This is the first volume in the final publication of the University of Cincinnati's investigations on the island of Keos. It describes the excavation of a small site on the headland of Kephala, about one kilometer north of the Bronze Age site of Ayia Irini. Remains of both a settlement and its cemetery were uncovered, unusual in excavated Aegean sites earlier than the second millennium B.C. Although doubt is expressed about its exact date, the site definitely falls into the period between the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age, when evidence of a hierarchical, more developed society emerges. Occupied for less than a century by a community of fewer than 100 people, the settlement was probably abandoned around the end of the fourth millennium B.C. perhaps because a worsening climate could no longer support early agriculture on the barren rocks around the site. The report concludes with specialist studies on the different classes of artifact found, including some of the earliest evidence for copper-working in the Aegean.
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Life in Neolithic Farming Communities

MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology, Special Supplement to Vol. 6. ... Expedition 28(2):35-42. Talalay, L., 1993,Deities, Dolls, and Devices:Neolithic Figurinesfrom Franchthi Cave, Greece. Excavations at Franchthi Cave, ...

Author: Ian Kuijt

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9780306461224

Category: Social Science

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Drawing on both the results of recent archaeological research and anthropological theory, leading experts synthesize current thinking on the nature of and variation within Neolithic social arrangements. The authors analyze archaeological data within a range of methodological and theoretical perspectives to reconstruct key aspects of ritual practices, labor organization, and collective social identity at the scale of the household, community, and region.
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