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The prepalatial cemeteries at Gournia and Mochlos and the house tombs of Bronze Age Crete

by Jeffrey S. Soles

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Published by American School of Classical Studies at Athens in Princeton, N.J .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Tombs -- Greece -- Crete.,
  • Minoans.,
  • Architecture, Minoan -- Greece -- Crete.,
  • Gournia (Ancient city),
  • Moklos Island (Greece) -- Antiquities.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography, p.xv-xx.

    Statementby Jeffrey S. Soles.
    SeriesHesperia (Princeton, N.J.) -- 24
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDF221.C8
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxi,266 p. :
    Number of Pages266
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22609851M
    ISBN 100876615248

    Soles, Jeffrey S., , The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete: And the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete, Published by ASCSA, Soles, Jeffrey S. (). Mochlos IIA: Period IV: The Mycenaean Settlement and Cemetery: The Sites. INSTAP Academic Press. ISBN JSTOR 3fgw Soles believes that the house tombs at Mochlos, like the tholos tombs, were used by a group slightly larger than a single nuclear family. In front of the tomb complex there is a pavement which runs from east to west immediately in front of the tombs. This pavement is incomplete and ends at the central compartment IV.

    Mochlos J. S. Soles, The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete [Hesperia Supplement 24] (Princeton ). C. Davaras, ‘Early Minoan Jewelry from Mochlos,’ BSA 70() THE MINOAN AMPHOROID KRATER: FROM PRODUCTION TO CONSUMPTION - Volume - J.H. Crouwel, C.E. Morris The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete (Hesperia Supp. 24; Princeton). Soles, J.S. Mochlos Author: J.H. Crouwel, C.E. Morris.

    Title of thesis: THE HAGIA TRIADA SARCOPHAGUS: INTERCONNECTIONS BETWEEN CRETE AND EGYPT IN THE LATE BRONZE AGE Paula Lynne Martino, Master of Arts, Thesis directed by: Professor Marjorie S. Venit Department of Art History and Archaeology The Hagia Triada Sarcophagus, a painted limestone larnax, has been an enigma in the Minoan . 1. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete (Hesperia Supplement XXIV). by J.S. Soles, Princeton (Reviewed in Gnomon67, , pp. ;American Journal of Archaeol , pp. ; Classical Review, Oxford Univers , pp. ).


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i-iii+v-vii+ix-xxi+++ This book is a study of the house tombs of Crete based on a reexamination of the extant remains at the cemeteries of Gournia and Mochlos. Excavated in the beginning of the century by Harriet Boyd. This book is a study of the house tombs of Crete based on a reexamination of the extant remains at the cemeteries of Gournia and Mochlos.

Excavated in the beginning of the century by Harriet Boyd Hawes (Gournia) and Richard B. Seager (Mochlos), the cemeteries underwent cleaning operations in, and Jeffrey S. Soles, The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete By Marianne Vandervondelen Publisher: PERSÉE: Université de Lyon, CNRS & ENS de LyonAuthor: Marianne Vandervondelen.

Soles, J. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete. Hesperia Supplement Hesperia Supplement Princeton, New Jersey: American School of Classical : Yannis Hamilakis.

The prepalatial cemeteries at Gournia and Mochlos and the house tombs of Bronze Age Crete, found: Greece, a Phaidon cultural guide, found: Rossiter. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete. Hesperia Supplement XXIV, Princeton (Reviewed in Gno; American Journal of Archaeol; Classical Review, Oxford Univers).

Mochlos IA. Period III: Neopalatial Settlement on the Coast. The Prepalatial cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the house. tombs of Bronze Age Crete. Hesperia Supplement book of the Bronze Age Aegean: 31– New York: Oxford University Press.

See Jeffrey S. Soles, The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete (Princeton, ), pp. – Art of the Aegean Bronze Age. Cemetery and Society in the Aegean Bronze Age. 19 burial practices buried Cavanagh ceme cemetery populations central Crete ceramic ceremonies chamber tombs consumption context Crete cult Cycladic Davaras dead death deposited differentiation drinking Early Bronze Age Early Minoan ethnic evidence excavated Figure figurines Gournia Greece.

The built tombs of Sissi are as a rule poorly preserved and they yielded surprisingly few grave goods in comparison to, for example, the cemeteries of Mochlos and Archanes. Moreover, most of the pottery was found outside the tombs, suggestive for ritual practices taking place in the cemetery.

Sphoungaras. There are two cemeteries at Gournia. The smaller one is located to the north of the Bronze Age town and consisted of four house tombs and a number of rock shelters. The larger, but more modest, cemetery is located on the north end of Sphougaras hill which lies to the east of the town.

Soles = J. Soles, The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete (Hesperia suppl.

24), New Jersey, NotesAuthor: Ilse Schoep. During the Minoan era, in some areas of eastern Crete, including Gournia, Mochlos and Palekastro, the tombs were rectangular and could be used again for the burial of many bodies.

At Chrysolakos by Malia, Palekastro, Arhanes and Platanos, archaeologists identified entire burial buildings, but the most prevalent types. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete [Paperback] Jeffrey S.

Soles(Author). The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete (Hesperia. Suppl. 24). Princeton: The American School of Classical Studies at Athens.

———. “A Central Court at Gournia.” In Monuments of Minos: Rethinking the Minoan Palaces. Proceedings of the. The North cemetery is located along a steep and rocky ridge about 80 meters from Gournia. First discovered by Boyd and her team inshe discovered what she described as “intramural burials,” later coining the term “house tombs” to refer to them.

The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete. Tenwolde, Jeffrey S. Soles. ; VIEW 5 EXCERPTS. HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL. The Wall Paintings of Thera.

Christos Doumas. ; VIEW 7 EXCERPTS. HIGHLY INFLUENTIAL. In the early ’s Professor Jeffrey S Soles drew detailed plans of the cemetery and identified the tombs that Seager had excavated.

The results are published in The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete, Hesperia Supplement XXIV, Princeton. Soles, J. The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete.

Hesperia Supplement Hesperia Supplement Princeton, New Jersey: American School of Classical Studies.J. Soles, The Gournia House Tombs (Ph.D. dissertation, University of Pennsylvania ). J. S. Soles, The Prepalatial Cemeteries at Mochlos and Gournia and the House Tombs of Bronze Age Crete [Hesperia Supplement 24] (Princeton ).

The results of the excavation of an Early Bronze Age cemetery--including 37 tombs and an associated rectangular Minoan building--at Gournes in north-central Crete revealed strong relations with the Cyclades during the time of the Kampos Cultural Group, as exemplified by the distinctive style of pottery and other types of burial objects such as obsidian .