Agora Publication: Agora XIII
Title:   The Neolithic and Bronze Ages
Author:   Immerwahr, S. A.
Abstract:   The finds in the Athenian Agora from the Neolithic and Bronze Ages have added important chronological context to the earliest eras of Athenian history. The bulk of the items are pottery, but stone, bone, and metal objects also occur. Selected material from the Neolithic and from the Early and Middle Helladic periods is catalogued by fabric and then shape and forms the basis of detailed discussions of the wares (by technique, shapes, and decoration), the stone and bone objects, and their relative and absolute chronology. The major part of the volume is devoted to the Mycenaean period, the bulk of it to the cemetery of forty-odd tombs and graves with detailed discussions of architectural forms; of funeral rites; of offerings of pottery, bronze, ivory, and jewelry; and of chronology. Pottery from wells, roads, and other deposits as well as individual vases without significant context, augment the pottery from tombs as the basis of a detailed analysis of Mycenaean pottery. A chapter on historical conclusions deals with all areas of Mycenaean Athens.
Series Title:   The Athenian Agora: Results of Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Publication Place:   Princeton
Publisher:   American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Volume:   13
Date:   1971
Page:   ii-v+vii-ix+xi-xx+1-286
ISBN:   978-0-87661-213-2
Jstor:   http://www.jstor.org/stable/3601978
Google:   http://books.google.com/books?vid=ISBN9780876612132
DOI:   10.2307_3601978
    10.2307_3601979
Oxbow URL:   http://www.oxbowbooks.com/bookinfo.cfm/ID/13955
References:   Publication Pages (400)
Plans and Drawings (71)
Images (49)
Objects (817)
Deposits (18)