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Kommos I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 2

Kommos I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 2

The Minoan Hilltop and Hillside Houses

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Published by Princeton University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Classical Greek & Roman archaeology,
  • European history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • Archaeological Excavation Reports,
  • Social Science,
  • Archaeology / Anthropology,
  • Sociology,
  • Ancient Greece,
  • Ancient - General,
  • Archaeology,
  • Archaeology and Ancient History,
  • Art and Architecture,
  • Classics,
  • Social Science / Archaeology

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsJoseph W. Shaw (Editor), Maria C. Shaw (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages850
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9339769M
    ISBN 10069103334X
    ISBN 109780691033341

    The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town. Part I: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Sprache: Englisch) Keine Kommentare vorhanden Jetzt bewerten. Schreiben Sie den ersten Kommentar zu "Princeton Legacy Library: Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete, Volume I, Part I". Kommentar verfassen. Merken. Produkt. Kommos I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town. Part 1, The Kommos Region, Ecology, and the Minoan Industries. Princeton: Princeton University Press.

    Kommos, located on the south coast of Crete, is widely known for its important sanctuary of the Greek period. and for its earlier role as a major Minoan harbortown. Volumes II and III of this series on the results of the major excavations there have already been published. Review. Kommos. Kommos. An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete. Vol I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part I: The Kommos Region, Ecology and Minoan Industries. J W Shaw, M C Shaw (Eds). [REVIEW] C. Mee - - The Classical Review 46 (2)

      Volume I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town. Part 2, The Minoan Hilltop and Hillside Houses. Text Published August Figs., Plates & Foldouts Volume II: The Middle Minoan Pottery. Text Published August Figs. & Plates Volume III: The Late Bronze Age Pottery. Text Published August Get this from a library! Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete, Volume I: the Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town. Part I: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries / Part 1, The Kommos region and houses of the Minoan town. [Maria C Shaw; Joseph W Shaw;] -- Kommos, located on the south coast of Crete, is widely known for its important sanctuary of .


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Kommos I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 2 Download PDF EPUB FB2

Kommos, located on the south coast of Crete, is widely known for its important sanctuary of the Greek period. and for its earlier role as a major Minoan harbortown. Volumes II and III of this series on the results of the major excavations there have already been published.

Now Part I of Volume I offers a general introduction to the site with chapters on the history and character of its. : Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete, Volume I, Part I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town.

Part Part 2 book The Kommos Region, Industries (Princeton Legacy Library ()) (): Shaw, Joseph W., Shaw, Maria C.: BooksPrice: $ Kommos, located on the south coast of Crete, is widely known for its important sanctuary of the Greek period for its earlier role as a major Minoan harbortown.

Volumes II and III in this series, dealing with the Minoan pottery, have already been published. Volume I, Part I (), offered a general introduction to the site, followed by chapters. The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town.

Part 2. The Minoan Hilltop and Hillside Houses. Princeton, University Press, 1 vol. 22,5 χ 28,5 cm, XXIV p., pi., 10 fig Author: Jan Driessen. House X is by far the largest and best appointed of the Minoan houses excavated at Kommos in south-central Crete, a Minoan harbor and settlement that later became the site of a Greek sanctuary.

Situated on the seacoast of the western Mesara Plain, Kommos faces west toward the Libyan Sea. In this Book. Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete, Volume I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town.

Part I: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries. Kommos, located on the south coast of Crete, is widely known for its important sanctuary of the Greek period. and for its earlier role as a major Minoan harbortown.

Kommos I, The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 1, The Kommos Region, Ecology, and the Minoan Industries, Princeton. Kommos I, The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 2, The Houses of the Minoan Town, Princeton.

Kommos I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town: Part 1, the Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (KOMMOS: AN EXCAVATION OF THE SOUTH COAST OF CRETE) | Shaw, Maria C., Shaw, Joseph W. | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand für alle Bücher mit Versand und Verkauf duch : Gebundenes Buch.

In this first large-scale Canadian excavation in Greece was revealed a prehistoric Minoan harbor town with a group of large civic structures, some for ships and goods storage, also an unusually well preserved Greek sanctuary built over the Minoan remains and used for a thousand years.

Backing for this Kommos venture was provided by the. The fourth section, Specific Sites and Areas, contains articles examining the most important regions and sites in the Bronze Age Aegean, including Mycenae, Tiryns, Pylos, Knossos, Kommos, Rhodes, the northern Aegean, and the Uluburun shipwreck, as well as adjacent areas such as the Levant, Egypt, and the western Mediterranean.

The Kommos Region and the Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 1 (Princeton), – Borgna, E. ‘Some observations on deep bowls and kraters from the “Acropoli mediana” at Phaistos’, in Hallager and Hallager (eds.)– Joseph W. Shaw & Maria C. Shaw (Ed.), Kommos. The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town.

Part 2. The Minoan Hilltop and Hillside Houses. The Exploration and Excavation of the Kommos Site. Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete, Volume I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town. Part I: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (pp.

8–29). Kommos: A Minoan harbor town and Greek sanctuary in southern Crete J W Shaw Kommos I: The Kommos Region and the Houses of the Minoan Town, Pt. 2: The Minoan Hilltop and Hillside Houses. This volume presents the Late Bronze Age pottery from in and around House X, a large Minoan house at Kommos situated not far from the sea in South-Central Crete.

This volume is richly illustrated with drawings, photos, and tables of data. Rutter’s contribution complements the publication of the architecture, stratigraphy, and small finds in. Part 2 (pp. ) tells of living and working in the Pitsidia community, and the role of Kommos in the western Mesara in antiquity, and especially its relations with Phaistos and Ayia Triada.

Part 1: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Princeton ) J. Gifford, “The Physical Geology of the Western Mesara and Kommos,” in J. and M. Shaw (eds.), Kommos I: The Kommos Region and the Houses of the Minoan Town.

Part 1: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries (Princeton ) Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete, Volume I, Part I por Joseph W. Shaw,disponible en Book Depository con envío gratis. Utilizamos cookies para ofrecerte la mejor experiencia posible. Al utilizar nuestro sitio web, aceptas.

Kommos: An Excavation on the South Coast of Crete, Volume I, Part I The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town. Part I: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and Minoan Industries. Synopsis Kommos, located on the south coast of Crete, is widely known for its important sanctuary of the Greek period and for its earlier role as a major Minoan harbortown.

Volumes II and III in this series, dealing with the Minoan pottery, have already been published. Volume I, Part I ( Format: Gebundenes Buch. and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 1: The Kommos Region, Ecology, and the Minoan Industries, Shaw, J.W., and M.C.

Shaw, eds Kommos I: The Kommos Region and Houses of the Minoan Town, Part 2: The Houses of the Minoan Town, Princeton. Kommos II. Betancourt, P. Kommos II: The Final Neolithic through the Middle Minoan III Pottery.Kommos, an ancient site on the island of Crete, is known both for its important Greek sanctuary and for its earlier role as a major Minoan harbor town.

This final book in the Princeton series focuses on the results of several decades of excavation at three of the site's monumental public buildings during the Minoan .Book Description: Kommos, located on the south coast of Crete, is widely known for its important sanctuary of the Greek period.

and for its earlier role as a major Minoan harbortown. Volumes II and III of this series on the results of the major excavations there have already been published.