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Towards an Archaeology of Perception: 'Looking' at the Minoan Palaces
Architecture is perhaps one of the most important elements in the archaeology of Bronze Age Crete. It is employed as the archaeologist’s lens through which this society, its members and its socialExpand
Excavations at Sissi : preliminary report on the 2007-2008 campaigns (Aegis 1)
During 2007 and 2008, the Belgian School at Athens undertook its first ever excavation on Crete, at the Minoan site of Sissi on the north coast of the island. Located at a few kilometres from theExpand
Fire and the Holes: an Investigation of Low-Level Meanings in the Minoan Built Environment
Drawing in equal measure on space syntax and a theoretical framework recently advocated by Carl Knappett for the study of material culture, this paper offers an innovative approach to the fixed,Expand
Minoan Halls: A Syntactical Genealogy
The tripartite room labeled a Minoan hall is probably the most emblematic architectural feature of the Neopalatial period in Bronze Age Crete (1700/1675–1470/ 1460 B.C.E.). Although this spatialExpand
The Excavation of Zone 4
Minoan Architecture
The Classical Review vol. 61 no. 2 © The Classical Association 2011; all rights reserved As we might perhaps expect, the collection has been assembled at a point at which major pieces by theExpand
The Excavation of Building CD. Introduction