This paper considers how to assess change in trade systems based on archaeological evidence.
Sarah C. Murray deposited New and Traditional Methods for Thorough Documentation and Analysis of Architectural Features in the Greek Landscape: A Case Study from the Mazi Archaeological Project (Western Attica) on Humanities Commons 6 months, 2 weeks ago
This paper deals with the logistics of using photogrammetry and hand drawing in tandem to record architecture in archaeological landscapes.
This paper considers best practices for using photogrammetry to document contexts and remains during archaeological fieldwork.
This paper deals with the interpretation of imported objects in the Late Bronze Age Aegean, especially suggesting the conceptual decoupling of such objects and social elites.
This article considers the role of changing contexts of production in the evolution of ceramic material culture in early Greece.
A case study from the Grand Tour project that illustrates how combining computer-driven data analysis and more traditional humanistic inquiry can aid research.
A collection of papers dealing with interrelationships between literature, monuments, and urban landscape in Augustan Rome.
The first page of an article on mortuary ritual at a LH IIIC cemetery in Attica
The preliminary materials from a book on economic change in the southern Aegean between the end of the Late Bronze Age and the Early Iron Age
The first page of an article on the historiography of the Greek Early Iron Age
This paper assesses the increasingly common view that the Greek “Dark Age” is a scholarly construct by
determining whether the rate of discovery of Early Iron Age sites has increased since the discovery of Lefkandi
around 1980. I present a database of over 4,000 Late Bronze Age and Protogeometric sites discovered between
1900 and 2010. If Ear…[Read more]
A Case Study describing research on Sicilian travel in the 18th century from the Grand Tour Travelers Project
Review of H.A. Shapiro, ed., The Cambridge Companion to Archaic Greece (Cambridge 2007). The New England Classical
Journal 35.2: 131–134.