Ben Jervis and Alison Kyle (eds.), Make do and Mend

Ben Jervis and Alison Kyle (eds.), Make do and Mend

Volume deriving from a session held at the 2010 Theoretical Archaeology Group conference (Bristol University). The aims of this session were to explore occurrences of compromise and repair in the past, with a particular focus on material culture.
Joseph E. Skinner, The Invention of Greek Ethnography

Joseph E. Skinner, The Invention of Greek Ethnography

The book adopts a novel approach to the study of ethnographic discourse and its relationship to overarching notions of Greek identity during the Archaic and early Classical periods.
Georgia Xekalaki, Symbolism in the Representation of Royal Children

Georgia Xekalaki, Symbolism in the Representation of Royal Children

Discovering the way that symbolism operates in official representations of the pharaohs' sons and daughters through a groundbreaking text and a detailed image catalogue.
Joseph L. Rife, Isthmia: The Roman and Byzantine Graves and Human Remains

Joseph L. Rife, Isthmia: The Roman and Byzantine Graves and Human Remains

Description and interpretation of the graves and human remains of Roman and Byzantine date around the Isthmian Sanctuary.
Daniel J. Geagan, Inscriptions: The Dedicatory Monuments

Daniel J. Geagan, Inscriptions: The Dedicatory Monuments

This is the last of five volumes presenting inscriptions discovered in the Athenian Agora between 1931 and 1967.
Leslie Preston Day, The Pottery from Karphi: A Re-Examination

Leslie Preston Day, The Pottery from Karphi: A Re-Examination

A thorough study of the Karphi pottery, much hitherto unpublished, accompanied by copious new drawings and photographs.
John Bintliff, The Complete Archaeology of Greece: from Hunter-Gatherers to the 20th Century A.D.

John Bintliff, The Complete Archaeology of Greece: from Hunter-Gatherers to the 20th Century A.D.

A comprehensive overview of the story of Greece from the first hunter-gatherers up to the Modern era.
Christiana Strintzi, Stories carved in rock. Getting to know the sculptures of the Benaki Museum

Christiana Strintzi, Stories carved in rock. Getting to know the sculptures of the Benaki Museum

This leaflet presents the adventurous yet painstaking path taken by precious marble from the quarry to the sculptor’s workshop.
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