Geometric Greece: 900-700 BC

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Index

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Academus, sanctuary of, 347
Acarnania, 184 -5, 429
Achaea, 180 -1, 221 , 238 -9, 242 , 346 , 377 , 397 , 421 , 423 , 429
Achilles, 146 , 343 , 349 , 355
Acropolis of Athens, 129 -30, 302 , 332 , 338
Actorione (or Molione), 352 -4, 410
Aegina, 83 , 85 , 132 , 135 , 151 , 154 -5, 172 , 267 , 328 , 331 -2, 376
Aeolian islands, 237
Aeolis, 18 , 230 , 246 , 262 -4, 268 , 303 , 342 , 399
Aethiopis,343 , 355
Aetolia, 184 , 207 , 324 , 378 , 421 , 429
Aetos, 182 -4, 187 -8, 429
Afrati, see Arkades
Africa, north, 240
Agamemnon, sanctuary of, 347
Agias of Troezen, 343
Agon apobatikos,119
Agora:
Athens, 314 ;
Dreros, 278 -9, 288 , 302 , 314 -15, 433
Agrinion, 184 , 186
Ahab, king of Israel, 66
Aigaleos, 428
Aigion, 180
Ajax:
son of Ileus, 348 ;
son of Telamon, 355
Akraiphia, 377 , 421
Albania, 186
Aliki, Attica, 434
Al Mina, 93 -5, 103 , 195 , 199 - 200 , 224 , 267 , 300 -1, 311 , 358 -9, 411 , 425 , 427 , 434
Almuñecar, 241
alphabet, 241 , 295 - 302 , 369 , 401 -02, 421 , 429
Altars, 433 :
Dreros, 280 ;
Eretria, 196 , 324 ;
Kalapodi, 378 ;
Kato Symi, 403 :
Naxos, Sicily, 233 -4;
Olympia, 182 , 321 ;
Paros, 317 ;
Samos, 253 -4, 269 n. 18, 317 -21;
Syracuse, 234 , 321
Amarynkeus, king of Elis, 354
Amathous, 41 , 93 -4, 199
Amazons, 355
Amber, 45 , 79 - 80 , 100 , 126 , 184 , 399
Ambracia, 397
Ameinocles of Corinth, 200
Amendolara, 238 -9, 431
Amnisos, 317 , 328 , 402 , 424
Amorgos, 380 , 397 , 422
Amphidamas of Chalcis, 201 , 313 , 350
Amphissa, 178
Amyclae, 157 -60, 163 , 328 -9, 331 , 376 , 429
Analatos painter, 110 , 129 , 302 n. 20, 365
Analipsis, Arcadia, 346 , 434
Anatolia, 264 -6, 268 , 360 , 367 , 399 , 400 , 424
Anavlokhos, 276 , 283
Anavra, 397 , 423
Anavysos, 78 , 80 , 120 , 391 , 426 , 428
Andritsena, 157
Andros, 45 , 85 , 90 -1, 133 , 199 , 210 -13, 215 , 304 , 321 , 380 , 407 , 424 , 430 , 433
animal bones, 30 , 122 , 182 , 280 , 312
Ano Englianos (Pylos) 162
Antissa, 262 -4, 304 , 321 , 432
Aphaia, sanctuary of, 135 , 328 , 331 , 333
Aphrodite, 300 , 328
Apollo, 328 -31, 339 :
association with colonies, 187 , 233 ;
cults at Aigina, 376 ;
Amyclae, 159 ;
Asine, 154 , 327 ;
Corinth, 174 , 392 ;
Delos, 213 -16;
Dreros, 280 ;
Eretria, 97 , 196 , 388 ;
Naxos, Sicily, 321 ;
Phanai, 257 ;
Ptoion, 206 ;
Thermon, 324.
Representations of, 100 , 280 , 337
Apsidal buildings:
Antissa, 263 , 321 ;
Argos, 35 ;
Asine, 145 , 304 ;
Donousa, 91 ;
Eretria, 88 , 196 , 322 -5;
Lefkandi, 196 , 304 , 373 ;
Mende, 379 ;
Mycenae, 322 ;
Nichoria, 161 , 379 ;
Olympia, 182 , 331 ;
Oropos 389 -90;
Perachora, 322 ;
Smyrna, 262 , 304 ;
Solygeia, 322 ;
Thermon, 324
Antikyra, 397
Apulia, 228
arable farming, 312 -14, 368 , 410
Aramaeans, 93 , 95 , 359 -60, 363
Aramic inscriptions, 395 , 406

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Geometric Greece: 900-700 BC
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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