The Art of Ancient Crete: From the Earliest Times to the Iron Age

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Notes on the Illustrations.
In the following notes of this edition I have not referred to Asiatic-Anatolian parallel cultural phenomena as I did in the former editions. And owing to lack of space I have not drawn attention to comparisons in this book. I have only mentioned the places where the pieces are kept when referring to objects about which hitherto nothing has been published or if I bad no information of publications describing such pieces. The bibliography is limited in general to the most important reports of excavations and the sources of the illustrations. Even if I had photographs of my own or made use of those lent to me, I have referred to other publications. It seemed useful in discussing important pictures to refer to various comprehensive surveys which would facilitate the studies for the layman. The following list, which includes a few general works in Danish, German, English, French, Greek, Dutch, Italian, Norwegian and Polish, will prove useful to all those who need explanations in their own language when consulting this book.
Nils Åberg, Bronzezeitliche und früheisenzeitliche Chronologie, Part IV, Greece. Stockholm 1933.
Edward Bell, Prehellenic Architecture in the Aegean. London 1926.
R. M. Burrows, The Discoveries in Crete. 2nd edition. London 1908.
Jean Charbonneaux, L'art égéen. Paris, Brussels 1929.
Engelbert Drerup, Homer. Mainz 1915.
Josef Durm, Die Baukunst der Griechen. 3rd edition. Leipsic 1910.
René Dussaud, Les Civilisations préhelleniques dans le bassin de la Mer égée. 2nd edition. Paris 1914.
N. P. Eleutheriades, πηλασγτξὴ 'Eλλ° Athens 1931.
Diedrich Fimmen, Die kretisch-mykenische Kultur. 2nd edition. Leipsic 1924.
E. J. Forsdyke, Minoan Art. 1929.
H. Frankfort, Asia, Europe and the Aegean, and their Earliest Interrelations. London 1927.
G. Glotz, La civilisation égéenne. Paris 1923.
Alois Gotsmich, Entwicklungsgang der kretischen Ornamentik. Vienna 1923.
H. R. Hall, Aegean Archaeology. London 1915.
H. R. Hall, The Civilization of Greece in the Bronze Age. London 1928.
Ch. H. u. H. B. Hawes, Crete the Forerunner of Greece. London, New York 1909.
Van Hoorn, De kretische Kunst. 1925.
Georg Karo, Religion des aegaeischen Kreises (Illustrated Volume of the History of Religion. 7th Part). Leipsic 1925.
L. P. Lagrange, La Crète ancienne. Paris 1908.
R. Freiherr v. Lichtenberg, Die Aegäsche Kultur. 2nd edition. Leipsic 1918.
Oscar Montelius, Le Grèce préclassique. Stockholm 1924.
A. Mosso, La Preistoria. I. Escursioni nel Mediterranee e le scavi di Creta. II. Le originé della civiltà Mediterranea. Milan 1910.
G. E. Mylonas, 'H νεολτυ + ̂τξὴ ἑποχὴ ἑν 'Eλλα + ́ô Athens 1928.
Martin P. Nilsson, The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion. Lund 1927.
Ferdinand Noack, Die Baukunst des Altertums. Berlin, n. d.
Marthe Oulié, Les animaux dans la peinture de la Crête préhellénique. Paris, n. d.
Marthe Oulié, Décoration égéenne. Paris, n. d.
G. Perrot-Ch. Chipiez, Histoire de l'art dans l'antiquité. vol. 6. La Grèce primitive. L'art mycénien. Paris 1894.

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  • Title Page 1
  • Preface 3
  • Index of Illustrations 7
  • Notes on Aegean Chronology and Terminology. 9
  • Notes on the Illustrations. 13
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