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How Long is a Century?

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Charlotte Langohr

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Charlotte Langohr

1. The Late Minoan IIIB Phase on Crete

The State of Play and Future Perspectives

General introduction
The conference
The contributors
Discussion
1. Issues
2. Questions
2.1. Evidence for various stages of LM IIIB occupation and related milestones in the ceramic sequence
2.2. Nature, extent and consistency of LM IIIB occupation
2.3. Continuity and change with LM IIIA2
2.4. Import/export: patterns of consumption and issues of synchronism
2.5. The end of the LM IIIB phase: what and when?
3. A note on absolute chronology
4. Future perspectives
Birgitta Hallager

2. The LM IIIB Settlements at Khania, West Crete

Introduction
1. The LM IIIB1 settlement
2. The LM IIIB2 settlement
3. Some features of the LM IIIB1 pottery
4. Some features of the LM IIIB2 pottery
5. Internationalism
Conclusions
Eleni Hatzaki

3. To Be or not to Be in LM IIIB Knossos

Introduction
1. Problems in ceramic phasing
2. LPN: a brief (and selective) summary
2.1. Phase 4: LM IIIA1-LM IIIB early (Fig. 3.3)
2.2. Phase 5: LM IIIB late-LM IIIC early (Fig. 3.5)
3. The ceramic contribution of LPN
3.1. LM IIIA1/2 (Fig. 3.6)
3.2. LM IIIB early decorated (Fig. 3.8) and LM IIIB early plain (Fig. 3.9)
3.3. LM IIIB late (Figs 3.10-3.11) and LM IIIC early
4. Knossian LM IIIB pottery
4.1. LM IIIA2 (Fig. 3.7)
4.2. LM IIIB early decorated (Fig. 3.8)
4.3. LM IIIB early plain (Figs 3.4, 3.9)
4.4. LM IIIB late (Figs 3.10-3.11)
4.5. LM IIIC early
5. How long is a century?
6. The skeleton in the closet
7. ‘My city of ruins’ (Springsteen 2002): Knossos in LM IIIB
Conclusions: the end of an era and the dawn of a new
Athanasia Kanta et Danae Z. Kontopodi

4. Historical Pointers from New Evidence

The Situation in Central Crete during LM IIIB. The Case of the Aposelemis Gorge

Introduction
1. The site
1.1. Level A
1.2. Level B
1.3. Level C
1.4. Level D
2. The pottery
2.1. Cups
2.2. Deep bowls
2.3. Plain shallow bowls
2.4. Bowls with pulled out spout
2.5. Conical cups
2.6. Champagne cups
2.7. Kylikes
2.8. Jugs
2.9. Amphoroid Kraters
2.10. Stirrup Jars, storage and fine
2.11. Pyxides
2.12. Cooking pots
2.13. Pithoid jars and pithoi
Conclusions
Despina Chatzi-Vallianou

5. The Late Minoan IIIB Pottery of the Gouves Potters’ Quarter and Workshops

Introduction
1. The buildings and workshops
2. Local ceramic production
2.1. Kiln I
2.2. Room C3. XVII
3. Levels of use and function of Room C3. XVII
4. Destruction and abandonment of Room C3. XVII and the buildings and workshop installations of the LM IIIB Gouves Potters’ Quarter
5. Technical elements, construction and decoration technology of the Gouves potters
Kostas Paschalidis, Nikos Panagiotakis et Marina Panagiotaki

6. Sherds of a Century: the LM IIIB Pottery from the Pediada Survey Project

Elements for the Distribution and the Character of Life in Central Crete, during the 13th c. BC

Introduction
1. Sites along the boundaries of the Pediada geographical unit
2. Sites within the Omphalion Pedion
3. Sites along Karteros Stream
Conclusions
Charlotte Langohr

7. Late Minoan IIIB Pottery at Sissi and Malia

Assessing Local Ceramic Sequences, Regional Traditions and Interregional Interaction

Introduction
1. Local ceramic sequence at Sissi
1.1. Late Minoan IIIB – early horizon
1.1.1. Room 4.9
1.1.2. Room 4.15
1.1.3. Pit 87
1.2. Late Minoan IIIB – later horizon
2. Micro-regional LM IIIB ceramic traditions in the Plain of Malia
3. Interregional ceramic distribution during the 13th c. BC: a first view from Sissi and Malia
3.1. Khaniote small stirrup jars… and their emulation
3.2. Regional Cretan medium-sized fine stirrup jars
3.3. Mycenaean mainland small stirrup jars and jugs
3.4. Regional Cretan coarse transport stirrup jars
3.5. A short-necked amphora from the Mesara?
Concluding remarks
Jeremy B. Rutter

8. Late Minoan IIIB at Kommos

An Abundance of Deposits, a Dearth of Clear Sub-Phases, and Probably a Gradual Desertion of the Site

Introduction
1. The site of Kommos in the LM IIIB period
2. Stratigraphic evidence for stages of LM IIIB occupation at Kommos
3. The LM IIIB pottery of Kommos
4. Distinctively popular features of local ceramic production at Kommos
5. Imports to Kommos from regions beyond Crete
Conclusions
Anna Lucia D’Agata

9. Haghia Triada in Late Minoan IIIB

Storage and Banqueting in Postpalatial Crete

Introduction
1. Haghia Triada in LM IIIB
2. LM IIIB early pottery at Haghia Triada
3. LM IIIB advanced-to-late pottery at Haghia Triada
Closing remarks
Elisabetta Borgna

10. LM IIIB Pottery at Phaistos

Introduction
1. The Contexts
2. The Pottery
Concluding Remarks
Nicola Cucuzza

11. Preliminary Observations on LM IIIB Pottery from Kannia

Introduction
1. The pottery
Conclusions
R. Angus K. Smith

12. Late Minoan IIIB Pottery from the Cemetery at Myrsini-Aspropilia

Introduction: The Mochlos-Myrsini Region
1. The Cemetery at Myrsini-Aspropilia
2. The Myrsini Tombs
3. The Myrsini Pottery
4. Mochlos, Myrsini, and Regional Identity
Tim Cunningham

13. Postpalatial Palaikastro

The Settlement and its Ceramics in LM IIIB

Introduction
1. Evidence
1.1. Period XV
1.1.1. Overview
1.1.2. Deposits
1.1.3. Wares, shapes and surface treatment
1.1.4. Dating
1.2. Period XVI
1.2.1. Overview
1.2.2. Deposits
1.2.3. Wares, shapes and surface treatment
1.2.4. Dating
Conclusions
 
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