Aegean Archaeology: Studies and Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology and Civilization
Aegean Archaeologyis published annually by the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology of the Polish Academy of Sciences in Warsaw, and co-edited in the Department of Classics at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The journal encourages contributions that concern the Aegean world – the cultures and societies that comprised the civilizations of the Aegean basin and its bordering regions, principally the Greek and Anatolian Aegean in the Neolithic, Bronze Age, Early Iron Age and Archaic periods.A single article from each of the six most recent volumes is available in open access":
VOLUME 10, 2009-2010 (2013), 120p.Y. Papadatos, and Ch. Sofianou, A Prepalatial Tholos Tomb at Mesorrachi Skopi, near Siteia, East Crete, p. 7-31; (PDF available).
VOLUME 9, 2007-2008 (2011), 139p.
E. Warren, Memories of Myrtos, p. 121-133 (PDF available).
VOLUME 8, 2005-2006 (2009), 146p.
R.A.K. Smith, E. Pappi, M.K. Dabney, S. Triantaphyllou, and J.C. Wright, 2006–2007 Excavations of the Mycenaean Cemetery at Ayia Sotira, Ancient Nemea, p. 95-109 (PDF available).
VOLUME 7, 2003-2004(2006), 88p.
A. VAN DE MOORTEL and E. ZACHOU, 2004 Excavations at Mitrou, East Lokris, p. 39-48 (PDF available).
VOLUME 6, 2002(2003), 118p, XII pls
Identity in the Late Minoan IB to IIIA1 Transition, p. 89-118 (PDF available).
VOLUME 5, 2001(2002), 80pG. WALBERG, The Role and Individuality of Kamares Ware, p. 9-17 (PDF available).
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