Mediterranean, Aegean, Classical and Hellenistic Archaeology

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Mediterranean, Aegean, Classical and Hellenistic Archaeology


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NICOLETTA MOMIGLIANO (ed.). Knossos Pottery Handbook: Neolithic and Bronze Age (Minoan) (British School at Athens Studies 14). xv+ 276 pages, 149 illustrations, 36 tables, CD-ROM. 2007. London: British School at Athens; 978-0-904887-55-6 hardback 85 [pounds sterling] + p&p.

COLIN RENFREW, co-edited by NEIL BRODIE, CHRISTINE MORRIS & CHRIS SCARRE, with numerous contributors. Excavations at Phylakopi in Melos 1974-77 (British School at Athens Supplementary Volume 42). xvi+522 pages, 202 figures, 61 plates, 44 tables, 2007. London: British School at Athens; 978-0-904887-54-9 hardback 123 [pounds sterling].

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