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‘A Marriage of the Aegean and the Orient’. Bronzes of the Siana Group Reconsidered

@inproceedings{Rohek2019AMO,
  title={‘A Marriage of the Aegean and the Orient’. Bronzes of the Siana Group Reconsidered},
  author={Milo{\vs} Roh{\'a}{\vc}ek},
  year={2019}
}
The material culture of the so -called Eastern Aegean–Western Anatolian Interface during the Late Bronze Age has so far been analysed mainly through the prism of ceramic production and funerary evidence. Both of these classes of evidence indicate its special character. To test this proposition, this contribution focuses on a group of possibly indigenous metal finds. In particular, discussed here is the so -called Siana Group of flanged swords and knives with a characteristic narrow tang at the… 
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