Pottery and Society: The Impact of Recent Studies in Minoan Pottery - Gold Medal Colloquium in Honor of Philip P. Betancourt, 104th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, LA, 5 January 2003

Pottery and Society: The Impact of Recent Studies in Minoan Pottery - Gold Medal Colloquium in Honor of Philip P. Betancourt, 104th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, New Orleans, LA, 5 January 2003

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By (author) Malcolm H. Wiener, By (author) Janice Polonsky, By (author) Erin E. Hayes, By (author) Jayne L. Warner

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  • Publisher: Archaeological Institute of America
  • Format: Hardback | 157 pages
  • Dimensions: 224mm x 282mm x 20mm | 839g
  • Publication date: 30 August 2006
  • Publication City/Country: Boston, Massachusetts
  • ISBN 10: 1931909148
  • ISBN 13: 9781931909143
  • Illustrations note: col and b/w illus
  • Sales rank: 1,888,029

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Philip P Betancourt revolutionised the study of Minoan pottery - just one of the many aspects of his career that led to his Gold Medal for Distinguished Archaeological Achievement. This volume presents some of the most recent studies in Minoan pottery using the techniques and methodologies pioneered by Betancourt. This is an essential collection for any scholar of Minoan pottery or of Aegean Prehistory in general.

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edited by Malcolm H Weiner

Table of contents

Pots and Polities (Malcolm H Wiener); Pottery Making and Social Reproduction in the Bronze Age Mesara (Peter M Day, Maria Relaki and Edward W Faber); A Re-examination of the Pottery from the Kamares Cave (Aleydis Van de Moortel); Provincial Middle Minoan Pottery: The Case of Pera Galenoi (Eleni S Banou and Eleni Tsivilika); Traditions and Trends in the Production and Consumption of Storage Containers in Protopalatial and Neopalatial Crete (Kostandinos S Christakis); Southwestern Anatolian Pottery from Late Minoan Crete: Evidence for Direct Contacts between Arzawa and Keftiu? (Jeremy B Rutter).