1 edition of The historiography of landscape research on Crete found in the catalog.
|Statement||door Marina Gkiasta|
|Series||Archaeological studies Leiden University -- 16|
|LC Classifications||DF221.C8 G55 2008eb|
|The Physical Object|
|Format||[electronic resource] /|
|ISBN 10||9789087280369, 9789048502196|
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Gkiasta M., The Historiography of Landscape Research on Crete, Leiden - Free ebook download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read book online for free. The aim of this thesis is to explore archaeological landscape research on the island of Crete from the time of the early Travellers in the 19th century till the present day. Sanctuaries and Cults in Crete from the Late Minoan IIIC to the Archaic Period: Continuity and Change (Religions in the Graeco-Roman World) The Historiography of Landscape Research on Crete (Archaeological Studies Leiden University) Marina Gkiasta. landscape site landscape research studies Year:
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Get this from a library. Historiography of landscape research on Crete. [Marina Gkiasta] -- This study aimed to construct a historiography of archaeological landscape research on the island of Crete and evaluate the knowledge acquired through different approaches of over more than a.
Get this from a library. The historiography of landscape research on Crete. [Marina Gkiasta] -- This study aimed to construct a historiography of archaeological landscape research on the island of Crete and evaluate the knowledge acquired through different approaches of over more than a.
This study aimed to construct a historiography of archaeological landscape research on the island of Crete and evaluate the knowledge acquired through different approaches of over more than a century’s intense archaeological work. It provides a detailed analysis of relevant projects, which are seen within a wider historical framework of archaeological landscape research from the beginnings.
The assessment of archaeological landscape work on Crete concluded on the need to be explicit regarding 1) the relationship between data and interpretations and 2) on the kind of information we need to produce and publish from landscape research so that we promote archaeological knowledge and allow a higher lever of communication within the.
Historiography of archaeology Landscape archaeology Landscape studies Surface survey: Abstract: This study aimed to construct a historiography of archaeological landscape research on the island of Crete and evaluate the knowledge acquired through different approaches of over more than a century’s intense archaeological work.
Crete is the largest island in Greece and the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean is located in the southern part of the Aegean Sea separating the Aegean from the Libyan Sea. Island morphology. The island has an elongated shape: it spans km ( mi) from east to west, is 60 km (37 mi) at its widest point, and narrows to as little as 12 km ( mi) (close to Ierapetra).Coordinates: 35°′N 24°′E /.
The series aim is to publish PhD theses and other research of the faculty. Since the series has been published as a printing on demand service at Leiden University Press. This study aimed to construct a historiography of archaeological landscape research on the. At present, this project involves a thirteen-strong team of young scholars and established academics from across Europe, the UK and the USA, who share a strong interest in the social identity of prehistoric and historic Mediterranean peoples and in examining the ways that materiality, migration.
In her study,The Historiography of Landscape Research on Crete(), Marina Gkiasta listed some 20 survey projects carried out in Crete over the last 80 surveys fall into two basic categories: (1) urban centers and their immediate catchments (e.g., Moody a; Hayden ); and (2) remote rural areas (e.g., Blackman and Branigan ; Watrous ).
Although reflecting the state of research in prewar Crete, this remains an unsurpassed introduction to the study of Cretan history and archaeology; well-written, methodologically inspiring, and based on intimate knowledge of the Cretan landscape and the history of Crete from prehistory to modern times.
Reprinted London: Methuen, This study aimed to construct a historiography of archaeological landscape research on the island of Crete and evaluate the knowledge acquired through different approaches of over more than a.
Archaeological field survey refers to the systematic study of the surface traces of past human activity in the landscape (see also entry Landscape archaeology).The most common forms of such evidence are broken pottery and stone tools, but in protohistoric and historic societies, visible remains range from fragments of art through house foundations to standing monuments such as.
This article states that traditionally, the story of the Early Bronze Age of Crete has been one constructed between two pivotal points of change.
The first, at the Neolithic period—Early Minoan I transition, is viewed as the birth of a culture considered to be definably Minoan, fostered by a major impulse from the east, conventionally modeled as a migration. THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF LANDSCAPE RESEARCH ON CRETE LEI DEN UNI V ERSIT Y PRESS Marina Gkiasta This study aimed to construct a historiography of archaeological landscape research on the island of Crete and evaluate the knowledge acquired through different approaches of over more than a century’s intense archaeological work.
The bestselling author of The Battle of Arnhem and D-Day vividly reconstructs the epic WWII struggle for Crete – reissued with a new introduction Nazi Germany expected its airborne attack on Crete in to be a textbook victory based on tactical surprise.
Little did they know that the British, using Ultra intercepts, had already laid a careful by: Barbara Burrell is a Roman archaeologist who has dug at sites across the Mediterranean, including Spain, Italy, Greece, Turkey, and Israel.
It may have been this diversity that has led to her being chosen as editor of the forthcoming Blackwell's Companion to the Archaeology of the Roman is also in the midst of writing and co-editing the two-volume final report of her excavation of.
General articles Iñigo Basarrate (Independent), ‘The British discovery of Spanish Gothic architecture’ 19/IB1 Robert Couzin (Independent), ‘Invented traditions: Latin terminology and the writing of art history’ 19/RC1 Georgi R.
Parpulov (Independent), ‘”De Rossi’s School” and Early Christian iconography, ca. –’ 19/GRR1 Ludwig Qvarnström (Lund University), ‘A. Gkiasta, M. The Historiography of Landscape Research on Crete. Archaeological Studies Leiden Archaeological Studies Leiden Leiden, The Netherlands: Leiden University by: 5.
Praise for Crete “Few battles in World War II can surpass Crete for high drama, both on land and sea. Beevor, formerly of the 11th Hussars, writes about that battle with a soldier's eye and a historian's insight.
Crete was a campaign unique in many respects, not the least of which was its ferocity/5(39). The Historiography of Landscape Research on Crete Research output. ASLU Citizenship: historiography and identity formation Research Dossier: Asia.
People in Asia increasingly feel the need for a strong identity. in the Mesara Region of Crete (). The positive and interdisciplinary aspects of the Greek-American survey have been highlighted by M.
GKIASTA, The Historiography of Landscape Research on Crete (PhD-Thesis, Leiden ) 3 For some perplexities, see also I. CALOI and D. LEFEBRE-NOVARO, “Osservazioni sulle dinamiche.Its central aim was to explore the ways in which the academic and research fields of art history had been formed from the late 18th century and continued to develop up to the beginning of the 20th century; the meeting actually functioned as a workshop charting the current status of art historiography research in Greece and the rest of Europe.The whole story of the archaeological exploration of Crete amounts to no more than the last sixty years of excavation.
The turn of the century saw the beginning of the pioneering work which brought to light the palaces of Knossos and Phaistos with many other of the island's monuments and art- treasures.