Cover; Table of Contents; Preface; introduction; PART 1: Bronze Age; 1.1 "The first Golden Age of Europe"; 1.2 Mycenaean models and European parallels; 1.3 Migrations in the Aegean; 1.4 Reviews; PART 2: late Helladic III C; 2.1 LH III C: A Survey; 2.2 LH III C iconography: an interim period of artistic development in Greece; 2.3 From Bronze to Iron Age; 2.4 Pride and modesty -- how to survive the Dark Age; 2.5 BIRDS; PART 3: From Submicenaean to early grometric; 3.1 Submycenaean and Subminoan; 3.2 Protogeometric (Late 11th and 10th century BC); 3.3 From Protogeometric to Geometric
3.5 Thracian thalassocracy: fact or fiction?3.4 Early to Middle Geometric, 900-775 BC; PART 4: Late geometric; 4.1 From pasture to polis; 4.2 The structure of settlements, temples; 4.3 Reviews; 4.4 Precolonisation in the Mediterranean and the Black Sea; 4.5 Xoana and Laconian wooden sculpture; PART 5: Homer and archaeology; 5.1 Homer -- how he perceived his real environment; 5.2 Reviews; PART 6: Phoenicians; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Phoenicians in the Black Sea?; 6.3 Phoenician merchant ventures in central and western Mediterranean and in continental Europe; PART 7: Macedonian bronzes
7.1 Macedonian bronzes in Italy (=MB VI)7.2 Macedonian bronzes -- 30 years later; 7.3 The history of Macedonian bronzes; 7.4 Macedonian Bronzes today; PART 8: geometric koine; 8.1 Rlations between the Aegean and The North. The Amber Route; 8.2 Koine of early Iron Age geometric styles; 8.3 Central Europe and Caucasus in the early Iron Age; 8.4 The Westernmost Part of the Eia Koine; PART 9: Religions; 9.1 Introduction; 9.2 Hyperborean Apollo, Solar Heros and Human Soul; 9.3 Early Greek Religion and Thrace; 9.4 Reviews: Dionysus and his Companions, Sea Peoples.; 9.5 Goddes with Arms
Part 10: SummaryBibliography; INDEX
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