A. Cameron, Byzantine Matters (in print)

A. Cameron, Byzantine Matters (in print)

In this book Averil Cameron, one of the most distinguished living Byzantinists, describes what has changed and what still needs to change in our approach to Byzantium.
J. Aruz / S.B. Graff / Y. Rakic (eds.), Cultures in Contact

J. Aruz / S.B. Graff / Y. Rakic (eds.), Cultures in Contact

This symposium volume, contains twenty-eight essays, providing compelling overviews of the ancient Near Eastern and eastern Mediterranean cultures.
J. Campbell / W. Pryce, The Library. A World History

J. Campbell / W. Pryce, The Library. A World History

The complete story of the library.
F. Nessi / M. Hatzaki (eds.), Rituals of Hospitality

F. Nessi / M. Hatzaki (eds.), Rituals of Hospitality

A interdisciplinary reading of 19th century ornamented trays and their complex (hi)stories, set in the context of the last days of the Ottoman Empire.
Chr. Karydis / E. Kouloumpi / A. Sakellariou (eds.), The science of preventive conservation

Chr. Karydis / E. Kouloumpi / A. Sakellariou (eds.), The science of preventive conservation

The book ‘Science of Preventive Conservation’ is coming to fulfill the Greek bibliographic gap in the science of conservation of antiquities and works of art.
J. Pascual / M.-F. Papakonstantinou, Topography and History of Ancient Epicnemidian Locris

J. Pascual / M.-F. Papakonstantinou, Topography and History of Ancient Epicnemidian Locris

The book gives a full picture of a extensive area of Greece known as Epicnemidian Locris.
S. Voutsaki, S.M. Valamoti (eds.), Diet, Economy and Society in the Ancient Greek World

S. Voutsaki, S.M. Valamoti (eds.), Diet, Economy and Society in the Ancient Greek World

Proceedings of the International Conference held at the Netherlands Institute at Athens on 22-24 March 2012.
Hesperia 82/3 Now Online

Hesperia 82/3 Now Online

The new issue of Hesperia is now available online.
C. Renfrew, O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, G. Gavalas, M.J. Boyd (eds.), The settlement at Dhaskalio

C. Renfrew, O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, G. Gavalas, M.J. Boyd (eds.), The settlement at Dhaskalio

First volume in the series "The Sanctuary on Keros: Excavations at Dhaskalio and Dhaskalio Kavos, 2006–2008".
E. Stern, The Material Culture of the Northern Sea Peoples in Israel

E. Stern, The Material Culture of the Northern Sea Peoples in Israel

This monograph is the product of Stern's two decades of excavation at Tel Dor on the Carmel Coast, a city that Egyptian sources indicate was ruled in the eleventh century BCE by a Sikil king.
R. Stroud, The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: The Inscriptions

R. Stroud, The Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore: The Inscriptions

In this new Corinth volume, Ron Stroud presents all of these inscriptions, and he relates them to an overall interpretation of the activities, secular and religious, attested in this shrine during its long period of use from the 7th century B.C. until the end of the 4th century A.D.
O. Nieuwenhuyse et al. (eds.), Interpreting the Late Neolithic of Upper Mesopotamia

O. Nieuwenhuyse et al. (eds.), Interpreting the Late Neolithic of Upper Mesopotamia

The times between the Neolithic and Urban revolutions in Mesopotamia have for a long time been interpreted as a period of stagnation. This volume is part of an emerging discourse that challenges such assumptions.
P. Koudounaris, Heavenly Bodies

P. Koudounaris, Heavenly Bodies

The book includes arresting images of more than seventy spectacular jeweled skeletons of Catholic saints and the fascinating stories of dozens more, accompanied by rare archive material.
I. Hodder (ed.), Archaeological Theory Today [Second edition]

I. Hodder (ed.), Archaeological Theory Today [Second edition]

The volume captures the diversity of contemporary archaeological theory.
J. Manco, Ancestral Journeys

J. Manco, Ancestral Journeys

Incorporates the latest discoveries and theories from archaeology, genetics, history, and linguistics to paint a spirited history of European settlement.
C. Bronk Ramsey, Andrew J. Shortland (eds.), Radiocarbon and the Chronologies of Ancient Egypt

C. Bronk Ramsey, Andrew J. Shortland (eds.), Radiocarbon and the Chronologies of Ancient Egypt

This volume presents the findings of a major international project on the application of radiocarbon dating to the Egyptian historical chronology.
G. Ekroth, J. Wallensten (eds.), Bones, behaviour and belief

G. Ekroth, J. Wallensten (eds.), Bones, behaviour and belief

This volume brings together sixteen contributions exploring ritual practices and animal bones from different chronological and geographical perspectives.
L. La Follette (ed.), Negotiating Culture

L. La Follette (ed.), Negotiating Culture

A wide-ranging collection that asks the question, Who owns culture?
K. Vlassopoulos, Greeks and Barbarians

K. Vlassopoulos, Greeks and Barbarians

Professor Vlassopoulos explores the diversity of interactions between Greeks and non-Greeks in four parallel but interconnected worlds.
K. Cooper, Band of Angels

K. Cooper, Band of Angels

A band of forgotten women were hugely influential in the rise of Christianity, but their contribution has been neglected by the mainstream churches.
Gregory Nagy, The Ancient Greek Hero in 24 Hours

Gregory Nagy, The Ancient Greek Hero in 24 Hours

An exploration of civilization’s roots in the Homeric epics and other Classical literature.
J. Kalvesmaki, The Theology of Arithmetic

J. Kalvesmaki, The Theology of Arithmetic

Joel Kalvesmaki shows how earlier neo-Pythagorean and Platonist number symbolism provided the impetus for a theology of arithmetic.
Julian Henderson, Ancient Glass

Julian Henderson, Ancient Glass

A book that brings interdisciplinary studies of ancient glass together.
A. Lyberatos, Social Transformation and Mass Mobilisation

A. Lyberatos, Social Transformation and Mass Mobilisation

Volume about the spatial, political and ideological dimensions of the transformation of early twentieth-century Balkan and Eastern Mediterranean societies.
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