SMEA NS Supplemento 3, 2023

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The Lady of Pottery

Ceramic Studies Presented to Penelope A. Mountjoy in Acknowledgement of Her Outstanding Scholarship

edited by Anna Lucia D’Agata and Peter Pavúk

Anna Lucia D’Agata, Peter Pavúk, Penelope A. Mountjoy. Building History through Pottery  

Penelope A. Mountjoy. Publications

1. Yiouli Chatzina, Eleftheria Kardamaki, Maria Kostoula, Joseph Maran, Alkestis Papadimitriou, I See Friends Shaking Hands … An Early Evidence for a Long-Lasting Social Gesture on a Mycenaean Pictorial Krater from Tiryns  

2. Birgitta Eder, Jasmin Huber, LH IIB Kakovatos and the Formation of the Mycenaean Pottery Repertoire

3. Birgitta P. Hallager, Minoans versus Mycenaeans

4. Konstantina Kaza Papageorgiou, Eleftheria Kardamaki, The Pictorial Jar and the Group of Tin Coated Vases from Tomb 15 at the Mycenaean Cemetery of Dendra

5. Robert B. Koehl, A Cult Statue Rendered on a Mycenaean Vase from Cyprus

6. Irene Nikolakopoulou, Regional Minoan Pottery? A View from Aegean Late Bronze I Transport Jars from Akrotiri, Thera

7. Peter Pavúk, Luca Girella, Magda Pieniążek, Filip Franković, The Upper Interface Twenty-five Years Later. The Northeast Aegean Islands and the West Anatolian Coast during the Late Bronze Age

8. Jeremy B. Rutter, Ephyraean: Shapes, Patterns, Distributions, and Places of Manufacture

9. Argiro Soubasi, Maria Kassimi-Soutou, A Jug with Cutaway Neck from the Mycenaean Cemetery of Kamini, Vari in Attica

10. Louise Steel, Mycenaean Pottery from the Cypriot Hinterland: Luxuries, Commodities or Oddities?

11. Salvatore Vitale, Katarzyna Dudlik, Some Unpublished Mycenaean Figurines from the Serraglio on Kos and Their Cultural Significance