Mediterranean Archaeology Volume 32/33


Edited by Jean-Paul Descoeudres

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Format: paperback
230 pages
ISBN: placeholder

Publication: 01 Apr 2021

Publisher: Meditarch

Since its foundation in 1988, Mediterranean Archaeology has succeeded not only in providing a much needed medium through which archaeologists in Australasia report on their research and field work in the Mediterranean region, but also in establishing itself as a journal of international standing.

Mediterranean Archaeology is a peer-reviewed annual and welcomes all academic papers in English, French, German, and Italian, with a preference for contributions that deal with interregional relations within the Mediterranean.

This is a double volume.


Annette Kelaher
Apollo Daphnephoros and the Niobid Painter: Tradition and Innovation in Plant Motifs on Attic Vases, c.750–400 BC

Jacques Chamay
Eos et Céphalos: un inédit du Peintre de Darius

Deborah Hope
Pearls Found in Ancient Greek and Roman Contexts in the Mediterranean

Emlyn Dodd
Wine and Olive Oil Across the Ancient Cyclades. A Preliminary Report and New Thoughts on the Development of Greek and Roman Press Technology

Museum Reports

Laura Peirce
Animals of Amarna in the Nicholson Collection at The University of Sydney

Jean-Paul Descœudres
A Pair of Black-figure Oinochoai in the Nicholson Collection at the University of Sydney with an Appendix on Pendent Lotus Chains in Attic and Eretrian Black-figure Vase-painting

E. G. D. Robinson
PIXE-PIGE Analysis of Archaic Euboean Pottery

John Richard Green
Greek and Roman Theatre in the Milns Museum at the University of Queensland in Brisbane

Fieldwork Reports

M. C. Miller, S. A. Paspalas, L. A. Beaumont, B. M. McLoughlin, A. Wilson, with an Appendix by H. Thomas
Zagora Archaeological Project: the 2014 Field Season

Contributors’ email addresses
Plates 1–64

Format: paperback
Size: 297 × 210 × 10 mm
230 pages
Copyright: © 2021
ISBN: placeholder
Publication: 01 Apr 2021