Santorini: Volcano, Natural History, Mythology

By Walter L. Friedrich; Alexander R. McBirney | Go to book overview

Name Index

A
Åberg 134
Agenor 18
Ahmose I 101
Akyla, Helene 217
Akylas, Victor 217, 224
Alcinous 191
Amos 79, 88, 94, 141-149, 190
Andrew 195
Apollo 20
Aristophanes 144-149
Artemidoros 18, 20
Aston 185
Aurelius, Victor 207

B
Bacon 188 -196, 198-201
Baillie 103
Barberi 30
Bard 49, 59
Barskij 218
Bastas 34
Battus 19
Baumann 148–149
Bemmelen, van 102
Betancourt, Phil 95, 101
Bietak, Manfred 94, 101-102, 117, 119, 149, 188, 201
Bond, Adrienne 86
Brogan, Tom 95
Bruins 95
Buchardt, Bjørn 155, 168
Buondelmonte 211

C
Cassiodorus 207
Cassius, Dio 205
Choiseul-Gouffier 205
Christomanos 126
Claudius 207
Cornelius 207
Crispus, Franciscus 211
Critias 188-191

D
Davis 34, 101
De Cigalle 64
Delibasis 243
Denton 108
Diapoulis 148-149
Dioscorides 144-149
Dobe, Friedrich 203, 225
Doumas, Christos G. 59, 84, 94, 114, 134, 147-149, 190
Druitt, Tim 34, 36, 38, 41-44, 46, 49, 54-55, 59, 157, 185
Durazzo-Morosini 19

E
Einfalt 167
Eriksen, Ulrike 34, 49, 90, 153, 176
Esau 144-149
Europa 18
Eusebius 118, 205
Evans, Sir Arthur 95, 189

F
Father Goree 218
Ferrara 30
Figuier, Louis 131, 189
Fischer, Peter 102, 119
Flemming 161
Forbes, Edward 220
Fouqué, Ferdinand 34, 37, 63, 128, 140-149, 153, 189, 211, 220, 225
Francaviglia, Vincenzo 94, 97, 157, 185
Franciscus Crispus 212
Friborg, Rud 173
Friedrich, Andreas 173
Fritsch, Karl von 153, 217
Fritzalas 251
Frost 189
Fytikas, Michael 30-31, 211

G
Gaertringen, Friedrich Hiller von 18, 20
Galanopoulos, Angelos 140-149, 173, 175, 188-9, 195-196, 198-201, 238, 250
Gavalas, Parthenios 158
Georgalas 203, 225-225
Gorceix 131, 181, 286
Goree, Father 216
Greuter 66, 72
Grundvig, Sidsel 159
Günther 43

H
Hallager, Erik 166, 190
Hammer, Claus U. 106-109
Hansen, Alfred 65
Hardy 185
Hays 26
Heiken, Grant 84, 88, 90, 152, 185
Heinemeier, Jan 114
Helck 190
Heldreich 64, 75
Herodotus 2, 18, 19
Hiller von Gaertringen 64, 134
Hirschboek 103, 105
Hoff 205
Homer 191
Hubberten 34
Huber, Ludowika 183

J
Jacobovici, Shimca 102, 188
Jaeger, Mary 211
Jarrige 55
Justin(us) 205, 220

K
Karo 173
Katsipis., Samson 147, 182
Keenan 108
Keller, Jörg 28, 31, 48, 55, 56, 94
Khyan 101
King Chieh 97
Kircher, Athanasius 211, 213
Knudsen, Karin 34, 44, 56
Kokkoros 225
Kraay 19
Kromer, Bernd 116
Ktenas 225, 225
Kussmaul 37, 42, 48-49, 59, 86, 154, 213
Kutschera, Walter 102

L
Labbeus 207
Lacroix, Alfred 63
Lagios 241

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vi
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements x
  • Introduction 1
  • I - The Geological Framework 5
  • 1 - The Geography of Santorini 7
  • 2 - Santorini and Plate Tectonics 23
  • 3 - The Geological Development of Santorini 33
  • 4 - Stratigraphy–The Backbone of Geology 51
  • 5 - Plant Remains and Geological Time 61
  • II - The Minoan Eruption 77
  • 6 - The Mechanism of the Minoan Eruption 79
  • 7 - When Did the Catastrophe Occur? 99
  • III - The Volcano Releases Its Secret 123
  • 8 - A Bronze Age Pompeii 125
  • 9 - What Was Living on the Island during the Bronze Age? 137
  • 10 - An Idea Takes Hold 151
  • 11 - Geological Observations and Mythology 187
  • IV - The Island Is Changing Its Appearance 203
  • 12 - The Caldera Is Filling Again 205
  • 13 - Volcanism Today 229
  • 14 - Present and Future Changes of the Island 247
  • V - Appendices 261
  • List of Illustrations 276
  • Fossils from Santorini 278
  • The Modern Flora of Santorini 282
  • Excavations at Balos in 1870 by - Gorceix and Mamet 288
  • VI - References and Indices 291
  • References 292
  • Name Index 307
  • Subject Index 309
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