Geometric Greece: 900-700 BC

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Bibliography and Site Index

GENERAL WORKS

J. Bouzek, Homerisches Griechenland (Praha, 1969), chs. 5-7.
J. Bouzek, Greece, Anatolia and Europe: cultural interrelations during the Early Iron Age (Jonsered, 1997).
V.R.d'A. Desborough, The Greek Dark Ages (London, 1972).
O. Dickinson, From Bronze Age to Iron Age in the Aegean: continuity and change between the twelfth and eighth centuries BC (forthcoming).
J.M. Hurwit, The art and culture of Early Greece 1100-480 BC , (Ithaca NY, Cornell University, 1985).
I.S. Lemos, The Protogeometric Aegean (Oxford, 2002).
I. Morris, Burial and ancient society: the rise of the Greek city-state (Cambridge, 1987).
I. Morris, Archaeology as cultural history: words and things in Early Iron Age Greece (Oxford, 1999).
R. Osborne,
B. Schweitzer, Die geometrische Kunst Griechenlands (Köln, 1969); English translation, Greek Geometric Art (London, 1971).
A.M. Snodgrass, Archaic Greece: the age of experiment (University of California, 1980).
A.M. Snodgrass, An archaeology of Greece: the present state and future scope of a discipline (University of California, 1987).
A.M. Snodgrass, The Dark Age of Greece (2nd edn. Edinburgh, 2000).
C.G. Starr, The Origins of Greek Civilization (New York, 1961), chs. 4-11.
J. Whitley, Style and society in Dark Age Greece: the changing face of a pre-literate society (Cambridge, 1991).
J. Whitley, The archaeology of ancient Greece (Cambridge, 2001).

STUDIES OF SPECIAL TOPICS

M. Andronikos, Archaeologia Homerica vol. W: Totenkult (Göttingen, 1968).
G.M. Antonaccio, An archaeology of ancestors: tomb cult and hero cult in Early Greece (Lanham, Maryland, 1995).
S. Benton, BSA 35 (1934-35), 74 ff., on bronze tripods.
C. Blinkenberg, Fibules grecques et orientales (Copenhagen, 1926).
J. Boardman, Island Gems (London, 1963), part 2.
J. Boardman, Greek Gems and Finger Rings (London, 1970), ch. 3.
J. Boardman, Early Greek vase-painting (London, 1998).

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page 1
  • Preface to the Second Edition 3
  • Preface to the First Edition 4
  • Contents 5
  • Contents 8
  • Acknowledgements 9
  • Abbreviations 12
  • Introduction 17
  • I - The Passing of the Dark Ages C. 900-770 B.C. 23
  • 1 - Isolation: the Early Ninth Century 25
  • 2 - The Awakening in the Mid-Ninth Century 55
  • 3 - Consolidation: Late Ninth to Early Eighth Century 73
  • II - The Greek Renaissance C. 770-700 B.C. Regional Survey 107
  • 4 - Athens and Attica 109
  • 5 - The Argolid, Arcadia, Laconia, and Messenia 140
  • 6 - Corinth and West Greece 167
  • 7 - Euboea, Boeotia, Thessaly, and the Cyclades 191
  • 8 - Italy and Sicily: Trade and Colonies 221
  • 9 - Eastern Greece and Anatolia 246
  • 10 - Crete 271
  • III - Life in Eighth-Century Greece 293
  • 11 - The Recovery of Literacy 295
  • 12 - Towns and Villages 303
  • 13 - Sanctuaries, Gods, and Votives 317
  • 14 - Recollection of a Heroic Past 341
  • 15 - Oriental Influences 358
  • 16 - Epilogue 367
  • Supplement 371
  • Epilogue 414
  • Glossary 416
  • Bibliography and Site Index 418
  • Index 443
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