P. Valavanis, The Acropolis

P. Valavanis, The Acropolis

This publication presents the works of art exhibited in the Acropolis Museum, and resynthesizes the history of the Sacred Rock as part of the cultural and the wider historical process of Athens.
Y. Galanakis (ed.), The Aegean World

Y. Galanakis (ed.), The Aegean World

A collective work presenting the Ashmolean Museum's Aegean collections.
N.D. Siokis, Clothing and society in Kleisoura of Kastoria

N.D. Siokis, Clothing and society in Kleisoura of Kastoria

Through a rich collection of photographs, this publication highlights the economic, social and intellectual development of a historic village with a shining history.
L.F. Garcia, Jr., “Homeric Durability”

L.F. Garcia, Jr., “Homeric Durability”

The Center for Hellenic Studies is pleased to announce the publication of "Homeric Durability: Telling Time in the Iliad", by Lorenzo F. Garcia, Jr.
S. Fachard, Eretria XXI: La défense du territoire

S. Fachard, Eretria XXI: La défense du territoire

The monograph contains the most detailed archaeological map of the Eretrian territory, the fruit of years of survey and excavation.
D. Iosif, Early Christian Attitudes to War, Violence and Military Service

D. Iosif, Early Christian Attitudes to War, Violence and Military Service

This study looks to reposition early Christian ethics and the attitude towards war and to bring new understanding to the relationship between military service and Christianity.
M. Georgiadis, Kos in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age

M. Georgiadis, Kos in the Neolithic and Early Bronze Age

Volume based on material from an intensive and systematic field survey of Halasarna (modern Kardamaina).
D.L. Schwartz, Paideia and Cult

D.L. Schwartz, Paideia and Cult

"Paideia and Cult" explores the role of Christian education and worship in the complex process of conversion and Christianization.
E. Livierátos / C. Paliadeli, European Cartography and Politics: The Case of Macedonia

E. Livierátos / C. Paliadeli, European Cartography and Politics: The Case of Macedonia

A series of historical maps depicting the history of the land of Macedonia from antiquity up until the early 19th century.
T.G. Giannopoulos, “The Greeks: Whence and When?”

T.G. Giannopoulos, “The Greeks: Whence and When?”

A systematic and intelligible handbook of the long-standing international research on the first beginning of the Greek civilisation
G. Tsimpoukis, “The Revelation of John in the monumental painting of Mount Athos”

G. Tsimpoukis, “The Revelation of John in the monumental painting of Mount Athos”

The book examines the ten iconographic cycles of the Revelation of John, as preserved in the wall paintings of nine monasteries in Mount Athos.
US Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology

US Cultural Diplomacy and Archaeology

The first book to evaluate museums and their roles in presenting the past at national and international levels, contextualizing the practical and diplomatic processes of archaeological research within the realm of cultural heritage.
K. Giannakos, Aegean Type Sword and Finds at Hattusa

K. Giannakos, Aegean Type Sword and Finds at Hattusa

The finding of a sword of possible Mycenaean or Aegean origin of the Late Bronze Age, at Hattuša, dated ca. 1420-1400 BC, inspired the present research.
A. Jacquemin, D. Mulliez, G. Rougemont, Choix d’inscriptions de Delphes

A. Jacquemin, D. Mulliez, G. Rougemont, Choix d’inscriptions de Delphes

The volume strives to reflect the reality of Delphic epigraphy, excluding neither trivial texts nor repetitive series.
Philip P. Betancourt, The Dams and Water Management Systems of Minoan Pseira

Philip P. Betancourt, The Dams and Water Management Systems of Minoan Pseira

Study on the little known subject of Minoan water conservation and control.
A. Bounia, A. Nikiforidou, N. Nikonanou, A.D. Matossian, Voices from the Museum

A. Bounia, A. Nikiforidou, N. Nikonanou, A.D. Matossian, Voices from the Museum

This report presents visitor perspectives on what it means to be a national museum and relations between national museums and identities.
Serap Özdöl, Neolithic Pottery in the Anatolian Plateau

Serap Özdöl, Neolithic Pottery in the Anatolian Plateau

The book sheds light on the cultural sequence of the Neolithic pottery in the Anatolian plateau with the help of original evidence from the settlements of Çatalhöyük in the Konya plain and Süberde and Erbaba in the Beyşehir-Suğla basin.
M. Iacovou (ed.), Cyprus and the Aegean in the Early Iron Age

M. Iacovou (ed.), Cyprus and the Aegean in the Early Iron Age

The present volume is a tribute to the memory of the internationally acclaimed scholar Nicolas Coldstream.
W. Murray, The Age of Titans

W. Murray, The Age of Titans

A vibrant account to date of Hellenistic naval warfare.
E. Mantzourani, P.P. Betancourt (eds.), Philistor: Studies in Honor of Costis Davaras

E. Mantzourani, P.P. Betancourt (eds.), Philistor: Studies in Honor of Costis Davaras

Contributions by 37 scholars are brought together to create a volume in honor of the long and fruitful career of Costis Davaras.
H.M. Franks, The Frieze of Tomb II at Vergina

H.M. Franks, The Frieze of Tomb II at Vergina

Monograph about the painted frieze on the façade of Tomb II at Vergina (ca. 330-280 BC).
J. Padgham, The Cone on the Head in New Kingdom Egyptian Tomb Scenes

J. Padgham, The Cone on the Head in New Kingdom Egyptian Tomb Scenes

New BAR International Series title.
A.I. Protopapas, Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Poetic Science

A.I. Protopapas, Percy Bysshe Shelley’s Poetic Science

Analysis of Shelley’s verse exploring the poet’s visionary enterprise and the emergence of the Shelleyan self.
B.W. Millis / S.D. Olson (eds.), Dramatic Festivals in Athens

B.W. Millis / S.D. Olson (eds.), Dramatic Festivals in Athens

IG II2 2318–2325 represent the most substantial surviving body of evidence for the institutional history of the Athenian dramatic festivals from their establishment at the end of the 6th century BCE to their disappearance sometime in the mid- to late 100s.
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