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AbstractThe article considers the ways in which material culture and especially architecture is used in the negotiation of social relationships in Neolithic settlements in Thessaly, Greece. Thus it… Continue Reading
Cambridge Archaeological Journal / Volume 18 / Issue 01 / February 2008, pp 1 13 DOI: 10.1017/S0959774308000012, Published online: 15 February 2008 Link to this article:… Continue Reading
This article concerns the built landscape of Neolithic Thessaly and western Macedonia, Greece, and the identities that may have been constituted through its inhabitation. It focuses on the buildings… Continue Reading
This paper considers the diverse iconographic landscapes of the southern Balkans, especiallythose populated by human figurines. The main premise is that material culture is a resource upon which… Continue Reading
This paper is an attempt to elucidate a rather understudied aspect of Neolithic imagery from Thessaly, Greece, objects representing phalli, and at the same time to consider the possibility that… Continue Reading
This article considers the materialization of human representations in Neolithic northern Greece and particularly the materials used in their production. Contending that materialization is contingent… Continue Reading
Settlement in Neolithic South-eastern Europe has traditionally been divided into tell sites and flat sites. The results of rescue excavations at Kyparissi challenge a strict dichotomy.