Autochthon: Papers presented to O.T.P.K. Dickinson on the occasion of his retirement|
Edited by: Susan Sherratt and Anastasia Dakouri-Hild
This is an important collection of studies by some of the foremost scholars in Aegean and Mediterranean archaeology and classical studies. The thirty papers were presented to O.T.P.K. Dickinson at the Institute of Classical Studies in London in 2005, to mark his retirement from his post at the University of Durham. They cover a wide range of topics including four papers on survey and settlement from the likes of John Bintliff and Todd Whitelaw, three on the environment and landscape, four on the Mycenaeans including papers by John Bennet and Elizabeth French, two on architecture, three on administration and the economy, four on iconography and symbolism including a paper by Sue Sherratt, three on ritual and cult and four on the subject of contacts and exchange. Three appreciations to Dickinson by Hector Catling, Anthony Snodgrass, and N Claire Loader and Stuart Dunn open the volume.
BAR Int. Series 1432, Archeopress (2005) ISBN: 1841718688
|Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology is a Research Centre in the Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield.
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