Breaking Images: Damage and Mutilation of Ancient Figurines

Breaking Images: Damage and Mutilation of Ancient Figurines

The scope of this volume is to search for traces of any voluntary and intentional fragmentation of ancient artefacts.
Old Dongola: Development, Heritage, Archaeology. Fieldwork in 2018–2019

Old Dongola: Development, Heritage, Archaeology. Fieldwork in 2018–2019

Material studies presented in this volume offer insights on household assemblages and the function of the uncovered objects within the domestic space.
The Birth and Development of the Idealized Concept of Arcadia in the Ancient World

The Birth and Development of the Idealized Concept of Arcadia in the Ancient World

"In this book the Arcadian dream is followed through the Hellenistic period until its adoption by Rome" (Antonio Corso)
A Companion to North Africa in Antiquity

A Companion to North Africa in Antiquity

A comprehensive introduction to all aspects of North Africa's rich history from the Protohistoric period through Late Antiquity.
Beni Hassan VII. The Burial Apartment of Baqet II

Beni Hassan VII. The Burial Apartment of Baqet II

The present volume provides a detailed description of the tomb’s architectural features and wall scenes, as well as a translation of all of its inscriptions.
Spiritual Direction as a Medical Art in Early Christian Monasticism

Spiritual Direction as a Medical Art in Early Christian Monasticism

The study shows how several early Christian writers applied the logic, knowledge, and practices of Galenic medicine to develop their own practices of spiritual direction.
A Corpus of Greek Graffiti from Dalmatia

A Corpus of Greek Graffiti from Dalmatia

This volume is a corpus of seven hundred Greek graffiti on ceramic artefacts from sixteen sites in Dalmatia.
Tales of Tools. The Untold Narrative of Wooden Handiwork Implements from Greece

Tales of Tools. The Untold Narrative of Wooden Handiwork Implements from Greece

This book pays tribute to the artisanal craft of woodcarving plied in the production of various richly decorated textile tools of the XIX and XX centuries traditionally associated with women’s domestic chores. 
Art-facts and Artefacts. Visualising the Material World in Middle Kingdom Egypt

Art-facts and Artefacts. Visualising the Material World in Middle Kingdom Egypt

The new volume of the series Middle Kingdom Studies is now available online.
The Story of Lemnos. Myth – History – Heritage

The Story of Lemnos. Myth – History – Heritage

In the Story of Lemnos, the age-long history of a relatively unknown and somewhat ignored until recently Aegean Island turns into a fascinating narrative.
Guidance and Toolkit for Impact Assessment in a World Heritage Context

Guidance and Toolkit for Impact Assessment in a World Heritage Context

Offering practical tips and tools, the book provides a framework for conducting impact assessments for cultural and natural heritage sites.
From the Nile to the Tigris

From the Nile to the Tigris

This book seeks to identify Africans in Neo-Assyrian texts from this period, discussing the presence of Africans in the Neo-Assyrian Empire.
The Battle of Peta. A cornerstone of the European unification

The Battle of Peta. A cornerstone of the European unification

The book refers to the processes of the Philhellenic movement in Europe that led hundreds of volunteers Philhellenes to Greece in 1822.
Back to the Game: Reframing Play and Games in Context

Back to the Game: Reframing Play and Games in Context

This volume has its genesis in the 21st Conference of the International Society for Board Game Studies (BGS) held in Athens in April 2018.
A Social Archaeology of Roman and Late Antique Egypt

A Social Archaeology of Roman and Late Antique Egypt

The first in-depth study of Roman and late antique Egypt society and culture that uses everyday artefacts as its principal source of evidence.
12th Congress AIECM3 On Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics

12th Congress AIECM3 On Medieval and Modern Period Mediterranean Ceramics

The two volumes, result of the fruitful collaboration between our two Institutions, present through 107 papers the latest research in the field of Medieval and Modern period Mediterranean Pottery.
Nimrud: The Queens’ Tombs

Nimrud: The Queens’ Tombs

The present volume is a new version of the finding of the tombs and their contents, giving much additional information.
In Honor of Prof. Liritzis Ioannis

In Honor of Prof. Liritzis Ioannis

The volume honors Prof. I. Liritzis on the occasion of his retirement from the University of the Aegean and his major support of Egyptology.
AVRA, An amazing Greek horse

AVRA, An amazing Greek horse

Avra is a story that begins and ends with the discovery and scientific study of an ancient horse’s skeleton by a team of scientific archaeologists.
Archaeology, Nation, and Race

Archaeology, Nation, and Race

The writersexplore topics such as crypto-colonization, racialization and 'whitening' of Greece and Israel and their archaeological and material heritage.
Ancient Egypt in its African Context

Ancient Egypt in its African Context

Despite Egypt being in Africa, scholars were, till recently, reluctant to examine it as an African culture. This Element seeks to change this...
Petras, Siteia II: A Minoan Palatial Settlement in Eastern Crete

Petras, Siteia II: A Minoan Palatial Settlement in Eastern Crete

This volume is the second of two that represent the final publication of Sector I of the Prepalatial to Postpalatial Minoan urban settlement and palace of Petras, Siteia, located in eastern Crete.
Married Life in Greco-Roman Antiquity

Married Life in Greco-Roman Antiquity

An analysis of married life in Greco-Roman antiquity, from ongoing vetting process to place where to find security and love.
The Archaeology of Egyptian Non-Royal Burial Customs

The Archaeology of Egyptian Non-Royal Burial Customs

A new evaluation of burial customs in New Kingdom Egypt, from about 1550 to 1077 BC, with an emphasis on burials of the wider population.
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