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Angelopoulou, A. 2016-2017. “Early Cycladic Fortified Settlements: Aspects of Cultural Continuity and Change in the Cyclades during the Third Millennium BC.” AR 63: 131-150. 

Angliker, E., and J. Tully. 2018. Cycladic Archaeology and Research: New Approaches and Discoveries. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Barber, R.L.N. 1987. The Cyclades in the Bronze Age. Iowa City: University of Iowa Press.

Barber, R. 2005. “Cycladic settlement and the landscape.” In Architecture and Archaeology in the Cyclades: Papers in honour of J. J. Coulton, edited by M. Yeroulanou and M. Stamatopoulou, 1-11. Oxford: Archaeopress. Originally published in British Archaeological Reports (2006).

Bent, J.T., and A.N. Oikonomides. 1965. Aegean Islands: The Cyclades, or Life among the Insular Greeks. Rev. ed. Chicago: Argonaut, Inc. 

Berg, I. 2019. The Cycladic and Aegean Islands in Prehistory. New York: Routledge.

Betancourt, P.P., ed. 1982.“Trade and Travel in the Cyclades during the Bronze Age.” TUAS 7.

Brodie, N., J. Doole, G. Gavalas, and C. Renfrew, eds. 2008. Horizon. Ορίζων: A colloquium on the prehistory of the Cyclades (McDonald Institute Monographs). Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

Brogan, T.M., D. Mylona, V. Apostolakou, P.P. Betancourt, and C. Sofianou. 2019. “A Bronze Age Fishing Village on Chryssi.” In Exploring a Terra Incognita on Crete: Recent Research on Bronze Age Habitation in the Southern Ierapetra Isthmus, edited by K. Chalikias and E. Oddo, 97-109. Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press. 

Broodbank, C. 1989. “The Longboat and Society in the Cyclades in the Keros-Syros Culture”. AJA 93:319-337.

Broodbank, C. 1993. “Ulysses without Sails. Trade, Distance, Knowledge and Power in the Early Cyclades.” WorldArch 24:315-331.

Broodbank, C. 2000. An Island Archaeology of the Early Cyclades. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Caskey, J.L. 1962. “A Bronze Age Settlement in the Cyclades: Excavations in Ceos.” ILN 240:801-803. 

Caskey, J.A. 1960. “Lerna, the Cyclades, and Crete.” AJA 64:183.

Chalikias, K. 2015. “Chryssi Island: New evidence on the Bronze Age settlement patterns of the Ierapetra Area.” In Minoan Archaeology, Perspectives of the 21st Century, edited by S. Cappel, U. Günkel-Maschek, and D. Panagiotopoulos, 37-51. Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press.

Cherry, J.F. 1987. “Island Origins: The Early Prehistoric Cyclades.” In Origins: The Roots of European Civilization, edited by B. Cunliffe, 16-29. London: BBC Books.

Constantakopoulou, C. 2007. The Dance of the Islands: Insularity, Networks, the Athenian Empire, and the Aegean World. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Coulié, A. 2005. “Histoire et archéologie des Cyclades à travers la céramique archaïque: à propos d’un ouvrage récent.” RA 2005.2: 225-281. 

Davis, J.L. 1991. “Contributions to a Mediterranean Rural Archaeology: Historical Case Studies from the Ottoman Cyclades.” JMA 4.2: 131-215.

Davis, J.L. and Cherry, J.F., eds. 1979. Papers in Cycladic Prehistory. Los Angeles: UCLA Institute of Archaeology Monograph 14.

Dietz, S. 1998. “The Cyclades and the Mainland in the Shaft Grave Period – A Summary.” Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens 2:9-36. 

Doumas, C. 1982. “The Minoan Thalassocracy and the Cyclades.” AA 1982:5-14.

Doumas, C. 1977. “Early Bronze Age Burial Habits in the Cyclades.” SIMA 48. Göteborg: Paul Åströms Förlag. 

Doumas, Christos G. 1988. “EBA in the Cyclades: Continuity or Discontinuity?” In Problems in Greek Prehistory, Papers presented at the Centenary Conference of the British School of Archaeology at Athens, Manchester, April 1986, edited by E.B. French, and K.A. Wardle, 21-9. Bristol : Bristol Classical Press.

Doumas, C. 2010. “Crete and the Cyclades in the Early Bronze Age: a view from the north. Cretan Offerings.” In Studies in Honour of Peter Warren, edited by O. Krzyszkowskam xix-xx, 101-5. London: The British School at Athens.

Getz-Gentle, P. 1996. Stone Vessels of the Cyclades in the Early Bronze Age. University Park, Pennsylvania: The Pennsylvania State University Press.

Getz-Gentle, P. 2001. Personal Styles in Early Cycladic Sculpture. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.

Getz-Gentle, P. 2006. Ancient Art of the Cyclades: Katonah Museum of Art, October 1-December 31, 2006,. Katonah, New York: Katonah Museum of Art. 

Georgiou, H. 1995. “The Role of Maritime Contacts in the Prehistoric Cyclades.” In Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade, edited by C. Gillis, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg, 33-42. Jonsered: Paul Astroms Förlag.

Georgiou, H. 1998. “The Role of Maritime Contacts in the Urban Development of the Prehistoric Cyclades.” In Kea-Kythnos: History and Archaeology. Proceedings of an International Symposium Kea-Kythnos. 22-25 June 1994, Meletimata 27, edited by L. G. Mendoni, and A. Mazarakis Ainian, 211-6. Paris: Diffusion de Boccard; Athens: Research Centre for Greek and Roman Antiquity, National Hellenic Research Foundation

Getz-Preziosi, P. 1987. Sculptors of the Cyclades: Individual and Tradition in the Third Millenium B.C. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press. 

Karantzali, E. 1996. “Le Bronze Ancien dans les Cyclades et en Crète: Les relations entre les deux régions – Influence de la Grèce Continentale.” BAR-IS 631. Oxford: Tempus Reparatum, Archaeological and Historical Associates Limited. 

Laimou, E. 2003. Oi Kyklades sti metavasi apo tin Epochi tou Chalkou stin Epochi tou Sidirou. Mikri prosfora me kapoia erotimata kai merikes skepseis. Argonautis. Timitikos Tomos gia ton Kathigiti Christo G. Ntouma apo tous mathites tou sto Panepistimio Athinon (1980-2000), Vlachopoulos, Andreas and Kiki Mpirtacha, Eds. Athina, I Kathimerini A.E., 960-7945-64-6. p. 729-733, English Summary, “The Cyclades in the Transition from the Bronze Age to the Iron Age: A Small Contribution with Some Questions and Suggestions,” 733. 

MacGillivray, J.A., and R.L.N. Barber, eds. 1984. The Prehistoric Cyclades: Contributions to a Workshop on Cycladic Chronology (in Memoriam: John Langdon Caskey, 1908-1981). Edinburgh: Department of Classical Archaeology, University of Edinburgh. 

Manning, S.W. 1994. “The Emergence of Divergence: Development and Decline on Bronze Age Crete and the Cyclades.” In Development and Decline in the Mediterranean Bronze Age, edited by C. Mathers, and S. Stoddart. Sheffield Archaeological Monographs 8: 221-270. 

Marthari, M, C. Renfrew, and M.J. Boyd, eds. 2017. Early Cycladic Sculpture in Context. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow Books

Morris, S., and J. Papadopoulos. 2005. “Greek Towers and Slaves: An Archaeology of Exploitation.” AJA 109:155-225.

Mpirtacha, K. 2003. Chromata kai chromatismos kata tin Proimi Epochi tou Chalkou stis Kyklades. Argonautis. Timitikos Tomos gia ton Kathigiti Christo G. Ntouma apo tous mathites tou sto Panepistimio Athinon (1980-2000), Vlachopoulos, Andreas and Kiki Mpirtacha, Eds. Athina, I Kathimerini A.E., 960-7945-64-6. p. 263-276, English Summary, “Colours and Coloration in the Early Bronze Age Cyclades,” 276.

Reger, G. 2004. “The Aegean.” In An Inventory of Archaic and Classical Poleis, edited by M.H. Hansen and T.H. Nielsen, 732-93. New York: Oxford University Press. 

Renfrew, C. 1964. “Crete and the Cyclades before Rhadamanthus.” CretChron 18:107-141. 

Renfrew, C. 1972. The Emergence of Civilization: The Cyclades and the Aegean in the Third Millennium BC. London: Methuen.

Renfrew, C. 2010. “Contrasting trajectories: Crete and the Cyclades during the Aegean Early Bronze Age.” British School at Athens Studies 17:285-291. 

Renfrew, C., and M. Wagstaff, eds. 1982. An Island Polity: The Archaeology of Exploitation in Melos. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Repellin, T. 2004. Le rôle des Cyclades dans le monde égéen au début du Bronze Récent. Studia Aegeo-Anatolica, Pelon, Olivier, ed. Lyon, Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée, Travaux de la Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée 39, 2-903264-81-3. p. 77-116.

Schallin, A. 1993. “Islands under Influence: The Cyclades in the Late Bronze Age and the Nature of Mycenaean Presence.” SIMA 111. Jonsered: Paul Åströms. 

Schallin, A. 1995. “Trade in the Late Bronze Age Cyclades.” In Trade and Production in Premonetary Greece: Aspects of Trade. Proceedings of the Third International Workshop, Athens 1993, edited by G. Carole, C. Risberg, and B. Sjöberg, 43-53. SIMA-PB 134. Jonsered: Paul Astroms Förlag.

Schallin, A. L. 1998. “The Nature of Mycenaean Presence and Peer Polity Interaction in the Late Bronze Age Cyclades.” In Kea-Kythnos: History and Archaeology. Proceedings of an International Symposium Kea-Kythnos. 22-25 June 1994, Meletimata 27, edited by L. G. Mendoni, and A. Mazarakis Ainian, 175-87. Paris: Diffusion de Boccard; Athens: Research Centre for Greek and Roman Antiquity, National Hellenic Research Foundation.

Schofield, E. 1982. “The Western Cyclades and Crete: A ‘Special Relationship’.” OJA 1:1:9-26. 

Schofield, E. 1982. “Plus and Minus Thera: Trade in the Western Aegean in Late Cycladic I-II.” In Trade and Travel in the Cyclades during the Bronze Age, edited by P.P. Betancourt, 9-14. TUAS 7. Philadelphia: Temple University.

Stucynski, Steven L. 1982. Cycladic Imports in Crete: A Brief Survey. Betancourt, Philip P., ed. Trade and Travel in the Cyclades during the Bronze Age. TUAS 7. Temple University, Philadelphia. p. 50-59. 

Stos-Gale, Z.A., N.H. Gale, and G.R. Gilmore. 1984. “Early Bronze Age Trojan Metal Sources and Anatolians in the Cyclades.” OJA 3:3:23-43. 

Thimme, J. ed., Getz-Preziosi, P. trans. 1977. Art and Culture of the Cyclades in Third Millennium B.C. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Vionis, A.K. 2012. A Crusader, Ottoman, and Early Modern Aegean Archaeology:Built Environment and Domestic Material Culture in the Medieval and Post-medieval Cyclades, Greece (13th – 20th Centuries AD). Leiden: Leiden University Press.

Vlachopoulos, A.G. 1999. Cultural, Social and Political Organisation in the Cyclades during the Late Helladic IIIC Period. Eliten in der Bronzezeit: Ergebnisse zweier Kolloquien in Mainz und Athen, Various Authors, Vol. 1. Mainz: Verlag der Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums in Kommission bei Dr. Rudolf Habelt GmbH, Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Forschungsinstitut für Vor- und Frühgeschichte, Monographien 43.1, 3-88467-046-8. p. 79-86, With Plates 5-7. 

Yeroulanou, M. and M. Stamatopoulou, eds. 2005. “Architecture and Archaeology in the Cyclades: Papers in honour of J. J. Coulton.” BAR-IS 1455. Oxford: Archaeopress.

Paros and Antiparos

Bakalakis, G. 1969. “Aus den Grotten von Antiparos und Paros.” AA 84:2:125-132. 

Evans, J.D., and C.Renfrew. 1968. Excavations at Saliagos near Antiparos. Athens: British School of Archaeology at Athens; London: Thames and Hudson.

Katsarou, S and D.U. Schilardi. 2017. “Recontextualised Neolithic and Early Cycladic figurines at the acropolis of Koukounaries, Paros.” In Early Cycladic Sculpture in Context, edited by M. Marthari, C. Renfrew, and M.J. Boyd, 409-20. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow Books.

Katsarou, S. and D.U. Schilardi. 2004. “Emerging Neolithic and Early Cycladic settlements in Paros: Koukounaries and Sklavouna.” BSA 99:xiii-xiv, 23-48.

Koehl, R.B. 1984. “Observations on a Deposit of LC IIIC Pottery from the Koukounaries Acropolis on Paros.” In The Prehistoric Cyclades: Contributions to a Workshop on Cycladic Chronology (in Memoriam: John Langdon Caskey, 1908-1981), edited by J.A. MacGillivray and R.L.N. Barber, 207-24. Edinburgh: Department of Classical Archaeology, University of Edinburgh. 

Kourayos, Y. 2012. Despotiko. Athens: Canellopoulos Foundation.

Kourayos, Y. 2016. “Despotiko.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 269-72. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Kourayos, Y. 2018. “Ancient Paros: New evidence for its topographical development in light of rescue excavations.” In Cycladic Archaeology and Research: New approaches and discoveries, edited by E. Angliker. and J. Tully, 279-94. Oxford: Archaeopress Publishing Ltd. 

Kourayos, Y., E. Angliker, K. Daifa, and J. Tully. 2018. “The cult topography of Paros from the 9th to 4th Century BC: A summary.” In Cycladic Archaeology and Research: New approaches and discoveries, edited by E. Angliker, and J. Tully, 135-65. Oxford: Archaeopress Publishing Ltd.

Kourayos, Y., and B. Burns. 2005. “Exploration of the Archaic Sanctuary at Mandra on Despotiko.” BCH 128-129:133-174.

Mavridis, F. 2018. “Cave sanctuaries in the Bronze Age Cyclades? New evidence from the island of Paros, Greece.” Antiquity 92:363.

Mavridis, F. 2007-2008. “Salvage Excavation in the Cave of Antiparos, Cyclades: Prehistoric Pottery and Miscellaneous Finds. A Preliminary Report.” Aegean Archaeology 9, Studies and Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology and Civilization ser. II volume 10: 7-34. 

Overbeck, J.C. 1989. “The Bronze Age Pottery from the Kastro at Paros.” SIMA-PB 78. Jonsered: Paul Åstroms Förlag. 

Picard, Ch. 1964. “Le Dèlion de Paros et les ‘Dèlia’ du Proche-Orient.” RA 2:1-20.

Schilardi, D.U. 1973. “A Fortified Acropolis on the Oikonomos Island of Paros.” AAA 6:260-265.

Schilardi, D.U. 1975. ‘Paros, report II: The 1973 campaign.” JFA 2:83-96.

Schilardi, D., and G. Papathanassopoulos. 1981. “An underwater survey of Paros, Greece.” he International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration 10.2:123-44.

Schilardi, D.U. 1983. “The decline of the geometric settlement of Koukounaries at Paros.”, In The Greek renaissance of the eighth century B.C.: Tradition and innovation. Proceedings of the second international symposium at the Swedish Institute at Athens, 1-5 June 1981, edited by R. Hägg, 173-83. Stockholm.

Schilardi, D.U. 1992. Paros and the Cyclades after the Fall of the Mycenaean Palaces. Olivier, J.-P., ed. Mykenaïka. Actes du IXe Colloque international sur les textes mycéniens et égéens, Centre de l’Antiquité Grecque et Romaine de la Fondation Hellénique des Recherches Scientifiques.

Schilardi, D.U. 2002. “‘The Emergence of Paros the Capital,’ Habitat et urbanisme dans le monde gréque.” Pallas 58:229-249.

Schilardi, D.U. 2016. Koukounaries, Paros: The excavations and history of a most ancient Aegean acropolis. Athens: Paros Excavations – Center of Historical and Archaeological Studies.

Zaphiropoulou, P.N. 2006. “Geometric Battle Scenes on Vases from Paros.” In Pictorial Pursuits: Figurative painting on Mycenaean and Geometric pottery. Papers from two seminars at the Swedish Insititute at Athens in 1999 and 2001, edited by E. Rystedt and B. Wells, 271-7, 279-99. Stockholm: Paul Åströms Förlag.

Zafieropoulou, F. and A. Agelarakis. 2005. “Warriors of Paros: Soldiers’ burials offer clues to the rise of Classical Greek city-states.” Archaeology 58.1:30-35. 

Zafeiropoulou, F. 1998. Athina, Tameio Archaiologikon Poron kai Apallotrioseon. Paros: Dieuthynsi Dimosieumaton. 

Zapheiropoulou, P.N. 2016. “Antiparos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 269. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Zapheiropoulou, P.N. 2016. “Paros.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 260-69. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Zapheiropoulou, P.N. 2016. “Saliagos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 269. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Naxos

Crow, J., and D. Hill, eds. 2018. “Naxos and the Byzantine Aegean: Insular Responses to Regional Change.” Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 7. Athens: Norwegian Institute at Athens.

Dimitrios C. 2018: “An Aegean coastal Settlement in the End of Late Antiquity: The case of Schinoussa near Naxos.” In Naxos and the Byzantine Aegean: Insular Responses to Regional Change, Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 7, edited by J. Crow and D. Hill, 197-222. Athens: Norwegian Institute at Athens. 

Philaniotou, O., and V. Lambrinoudakis. 2016. “Naxos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 272-86. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Tzavella, E. 2018.“Dhaskalio, Keros: An Unknown Early Byzantine Church, its Ceramic Finds,and Small-scale Navigation in the Central Aegean.” In Naxos and the Byzantine Aegean: Insular Responses to Regional Change, Papers and Monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens 7, edited by J. Crow and D. Hill, 177-94. Athens: Norwegian Institute at Athens. 

The Little Cyclades

Pantou, P., and Z. Papadopoulou. 2016. “Islets of the Western Cyclades.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 256-60. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Pantou, P., and Z. Papadopoulou. 2016. “Lesser Cyclades.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 286-90. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Renfrew et al. 2008. Keros, Dhaskalio Kavos: the investigations of 1987–88. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monographs

Renfrew, C., M. Boyd, and C. Bronk Ramsey. 2012. “The oldest maritime sanctuary? Dating the sanctuary at Keros and the Cycladic Early Bronze Age.” Antiquity 86:144-160.

Renfrew, C., O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, G. Gavalas, and M.J. Boyd, eds. 2013. The settlement at Dhaskalio. The sanctuary on Keros and the origins of Aegean ritual practice: the excavations of 2006-2008 Volume 1. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

Renfrew, C., O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, G. Gavalas, and M.J. Boyd, eds. 2015. Kavos and the Special Deposits. The sanctuary on Keros and the origins of Aegean ritual practice: the excavations of 2006-2008. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

Serifos, Sifnos, Kynthos

Ainian, A.M. 2016. “Kythnos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 246-50. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Ainian, A.M. 2016. “Seriphos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 250-52. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Ainian, A.M. 2016. “Siphnos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 252-6. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Birkett-Smith, J. 2000. “On the towers and mines of Siphnos.” In Proceedings of the 1st International Sifnean Symposium, Sifnos 25-28 June 1998, edited by J. Zervoudakis, 279-94. Athens: Society for Sifnean Studies.

Dill, H. G., W. Bäumler, and A. Techmer. 2008. “Early Bronze Age Mining Activities on the Island of Seriphos, Greece.” MeditArch 21:1-2.

Filippaki, V. 1979. “Excavation at the Acropolis of Ayios Andreas, Siphnos”. Prakt: 226-227. 

Philippaki, B. 1973. “I akropolis tu Ayiu Andreu Sifnu (The Acropolis of St. Andrew in Siphnos).” AAA 6.1:93-103. 

Georgakopoulou, M., Y. Bassiakos, and O. Philaniotou. 2011. “Seriphos Surfaces: A Study of Copper Slag Heaps and Copper Sources in the Context of Early Bronze Age Aegean Metal Production.” Archaeometry 53.1:123-145. 

Pantou, P. 2017. “A fragment of an Early Cycladic figurine from the prehistoric settlement at Plakalona on Seriphos.” In Early Cycladic Sculpture in Context, edited by M. Marthari, C. Renfrew, and M.J. Boyd, 103-6. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow Books. 

Papadimitriou, G. D., and A. Z. Fragiskos. 2008. “The Study of Ancient Copper Slags from Serifos.” In Proceedings of the 4th Symposium of the Hellenic Society for Archaeometry 28-31 May, 2003, edited by Y. Facorellis, N. Zacharias and K. Polikreti, 529-34. Athens: National Hellenic Research Foundation. BAR-IS 1746, Oxford: Archaeopress.

Papadopoulou, Z. 2017. “Sculptures from Akrotiraki, Siphnos and its cemetery.” In Early Cycladic Sculpture in Context, edited by M. Marthari, C. Renfrew, and M.J. Boyd, 107-118. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow Books.

Philaniotou, O., Y. Bassiakos, and M. Georgakopoulou. 2011. “Early Bronze Age Copper Smelting on Seriphos (Cyclades, Greece).” In Metallurgy: Understanding How, Learning Why. Studies in Honor of James D. Muhly, edited by P.P. Betancourt, and S.C. Ferrence, 157-64. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: INSTAP Academic Press. 

Preziosi, T. 1994. “Island Life: The Towers of Siphnos.” Anthropology UCLA 21:49–87.

Televantou, C.A. 2001. “Ayios Andreas on Sifnos: a Late Cycladic III Fortified Acropolis.” In Defensive Settlements of the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean after c. 1200 B. C. Proceedings of an International Workshop held at Trinity College Dublin, 7th-9th May, 1999, edited by V. Karageorghis and C.E. Morris, 191-213. Nicosia: Trinity College Dublin and the Anastasios G. Leventis Foundation. 

Wagner, G.A., G. Weisberger, and W. Kroker, eds. 1985. Silber, Blei und Gold auf Sifnos: prähistorische und antike Metallproduktion. Bochum: Deutschen Bergbau-Museum Bochum.

Young, J. 1956. “Ancient Towers on the Island of Siphnos.” AJA 60:51–5.

Sampson, A., M. Kaczanowska, and J.K. Kozłowski. 2010. The Prehistory of the Island of Kythnos (Cyclades, Greece) and the Mesolithic Settlement at Maroulas. Kraków: Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences.

Andros and Tinos

Tinos has extensive collections in Greek, especially at the Gennadius Library

Beaumont, L.A., M.C. Miller, and S.A. Paspalas. 2012. “New Investigations at Zagora (Andros): The Zagora Archaeological Project 2012.” In Proceedings of the conference held by The Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens and The Archaeological Society at Athens, Athens, 20-22 May 2012, edited by Descœudres, Jean-Paul and Stavros A. Paspalas. With contributions by Y. Bassiakos, G. Cantoro, S. Déderix, B. McLoughlin, N. Papadopoulos, A. Sarris, and A. Wilson. MeditArch 25:43-66.

Cambitoglou, A. 1971. Zagora 1: excavation of a geometric town on the island of Andros: excavation season 1967, study season 1968-9. Sydney: Sydney University Press.

Cambitoglou, A. 1988. Zagora 2: excavation of a geometric town on the Island of Andros: excavation season 1969, study season 1969 – 1970. Athens: Archaeological Society of Athens.

Christophilopoulou, A. 2007. “Domestic space in the Geometric Cyclades – a study of spatial arrangements, function and household activities in Zagora on Andros, and Kastro on Siphnos.” Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens 5. p. 23-33. 

Descoeudres, J.P., and S.A. Paspalas, eds. 2015. “Zagora in Context: Settlements and Intercommunal Links in the Geometric Period (900-700 BC).” In Proceedings of the conference held by the Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens and the Archaeological Society at Athens, Athens, 20-22 May, 2012. Sydney: University of Syndey.

Despinis, G. 1979. “Excavation on Tinos.” Prakt 228-235. 

Étienne, R. 1990. Ténos II. Ténos et les Cyclades du milieu du IVe siècle av. J.-C. au milieu du IIIe siècle après J.-C. Paris: De Boccard. 

Étienne, R., N. Κούρου, and Ε. Σημαντώνη-Μπουρνιά. 2013. Η αρχαία Τήνος. Αθήνα : Ίδρυμα Τηνιακού Πολιτισμού.

Knight, M.J. and L.A. Beaumont. 2018. “Water supply and climate change at Zagora on Andros: New approaches and perspectives on the Early Iron Age Cyclades.” In Cycladic Archaeology and Research: New approaches and discoveries, edited by E. Angliker and J. Tully, 59-71. Oxford: Archaeopress Publishing Ltd.

Kourou, N. 2004. I Tinos kata tin Proimi Epochi tou Sidirou. To Aigaio stin Proimi Epochi tou Sidirou: Praktika tou Diethnous Symposiou Rodos, 1-4 Noemvriou 2002, Stampolidis, N. Chr. and A. Giannikouri, eds. Athina, Panepistimio Kritis and YPPO, Archaiologiko Institouto Aigaiakon Spoudon, 960-7143-34-5, 960-214-369-X. p. 427-436, Abbreviations and Bibliographies, pp. 518-542.

Mann, K. 2015. “Mutable spaces and unseen places: A study of access, communication and spatial control in households at Early Iron Age (EIA) Zagora on Andros.” Archaeological Review from Cambridge 30.1:52-62. 

Philaniotou, O. 2016. “Tenos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 222-6. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Polemis, D.I. 2016. History of Andros. Andros: Kaïreios Library. 

Televantou, C.A. 2016. “Andros.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 214-20. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Televantou, C.A. 2017. “Figurines from Strofilas, Andros.” In Early Cycladic Sculpture in Context, edited by M. Marthari, C. Renfrew, and M.J. Boyd, 39-51. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow Books.

Televantou, C.A. 2018. “Strofilas, Andros: New perspectives on the Neolithic Aegean.” In Communities in Transition: The Circum-Aegean Area during the 5th and 4th Millennia BC, edited by S. Dietz, F. Mavridis, Ž. Tankosić, and T. Takaoğlu, 389-96, 567-633. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow Books.

Televantou, C.A. 1996. Andros. Ta Mnimeia kai to Archaiologiko Mouseio. Athina: typothito – Giorgos Dardanos.

Thomas, H. 2016. “Quantitative analysis of two low-cost aerial photography platforms: A case study of the site of Zagora, Andros, Greece.” JFA 41.6:660-670. 

Mykonos, Delos, Rineia

Earle, J.W. 2010. “Trade, Politics and Religion in the Early Iron Age Aegean: Explaining the Sacred Island of Delos.” JPR 22:39-56.

Davis, J.L. 1982. “Thoughts on Prehistoric and Archaic Delos.” In Trade and Travel in the Cyclades during the Bronze Age, edited by P.P. Betancourt, 23-33. TUAS 7. Temple University, Philadelphia.

Farnoux, A. 1993. “Délos à l’époque mycénienne: recherches en cours.” Wace and Blegen: Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1939-1989. Proceedings of the International Conference held at the American School of Classical Studies, Athens, Dec. 2-3, 1989, edited by C. Zerner, P. Zerner, and J. Winder, 271-4. Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben.

Gallet de Santerre, H. 1958. Délos primitive et archaique. Bibliotheque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome 192. Paris: Editions de Boccard. 

Hadjidakis, P. J. 2003. Delos. Athens: Olkos Group.

MacGillivray, J.A. 1981. “Early Cycladic Potter’s Marks from Mount Kynthos on Delos.” BCH 105.2:615-621. 

MacGillivray, J.A. 1980. ‘Mount Kynthos in Delos: The Early Cycladic Settlement.’ BCH 104.1:3-45. 

Vatin, C. 1965. “Délos prémycénienne.” BCH 89:225-230.

Zapheiropoulou, P.N. 2016. “Delos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 232-44. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Zapheiropoulou, P.N. 2016. “Mykonos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 230-2. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Syros

Hekman, J.J. 1994. “Chalandriani on Syros: An Early Bronze Age Cemetery in the Cyclades.” ArchEph 133:47-74. 

Marthari, M. 1998. “Syros: Chalandriani Kastri: From the Investigation and Protection to the Presentation of an Archaeological Site”. Athens: Ministry of Culture. 

Marthari, M. 2016. “Syros.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 226-30. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Marthari, M. 2017. “Figurines in context at the Chalandriani cemetery on Syros.” In Early Cycladic Sculpture in Context edited by M. Marthari, C. Renfrew, and M.J. Boyd, 297-309. Oxford and Philadelphia: Oxbow Books.

Geology and Geomorphology

Carter, T., D.A. Contreras, S. Doyle, D.D. Mihailovic, et al. 2016. “Early Holocene Interaction in the Aegean Islands: Mesolithic Chert Exploitation at Stélida (Naxos, Greece) in Context.” Géoarchéologie des îles de Méditerranée (2016):275-286.

Carter, T., D.A. Contreras, J. Holcomb, D. Mihailović, et al. 2017. “The Stélida Naxos Archaeological Project: New Studies of an Early Prehistoric Chert Quarry in the Cyclades.” Athens From Maple to Olive: Proceedings of a Colloquium to Celebrate the 40th Anniversary of the Canadian Institute in Greece, Athens June 10-11, 2016, 75-103.

Skarpelis, N., T. Carter, D.A. Contreras, and D.D. Mihailović. 2017. “Characterization of the siliceous rocks at Stélida, an early prehistoric lithic quarry (Northwest Naxos, Greece), by petrography and geochemistry: A first step towards chert sourcing.” Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports 12:819-833.

Huckleberry, G. 2000. “Interdisciplinary and Specialized Geoarchaeology: A Post-Cold War Perspective.” Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 15.6:523-536.

Krahtopoulou, A., and C. Frederick. 2008. “The Stratigraphic Implications of Long-Term Terrace Agriculture in Dynamic Landscapes: Polycyclic Terracing from Kythera Island, Greece.” Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 23.4:550-585.

Lykousis, V. 2009. “Sea-level changes and shelf breaking prograding sequence during the last 400 ka in the Aegean margins: subsidence rates and palaeogeographic implications.” Continental Shelf Research 29:2037-44.  

Merino, E., and A. Banerjee. 2008. “Terra Rossa Genesis, Implications for Karst, and Eolian Dust: A Geodynamic Trend.” The Journal of Geology 116.1:62-75.

Pye, K. 1992. “Aeolian dust transport and deposition over Crete and adjacent parts of the Mediterranean Sea.” Earth Surface Processes and Landforms 17.3:271-288. 

Shackleton, J.C., T.H. van Andel, and C.N. Runnels. 1984. “Coastal palaeogeography of the Central and Western Mediterranean during the last 125,000 years and its archaeological implications.” JFA 11:307-14.

Skinner, S. 1986. “Phosphorus as an Anthrosol indicator.” Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 11.1:51-78.

Van Andel, T.H. 1998. “Paleosols, Red Sediments, and the Old Stone Age in Greece.” Geoarchaeology: An International Journal 13.4:361-390.

Van Andel, T.H., E. Zanger, and A. Demitrack. 1990. “Land Use and Soil Erosion in Prehistoric and Historical Greece” JFA 17.4:379-396.

Verheye. W., and D. de la Rosa. 2005. “Mediterranean Soils, in Land Use and Land Cover.” Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems, developed under the auspices of the UNESCO: Oxford: Eolss Publishers.

Vogiatzakis, I.N., M. Zomeni, and A.M. Mannion. 2016. “Characterizing Islandscapes: Conceptual and Methodological Challenges Exemplified in the Mediterranean.” Land 6.1. 

Walkington, H. 2010. “Soil science applications in archaeological contexts: A review of key challenges.” Earth-Science Reviews 103:122-134.

White, E.M. 1978. “Cautionary Note on Soil Phosphate Data Interpretation for Archaeology.” AmerAnt 43.3:507-508.

Zaffanella, G.C. 2001. Paléogéographie des Cyclades (Mer Égée – Gréce). Pegaso: rivista annuale di cultura mediterranea 1. pp. 60-71.

The Little Cyclades and Other Very Small Islands

Kyrou, A. K., 1990. Στο Σταυροδρόμι του Αργολικού. Athens: Photosyn Abee.

Mavridis, F. 2007-2008. “Salvage Excavation in the Cave of Antiparos, Cyclades: Prehistoric Pottery and Miscellaneous Finds. A Preliminary Report.” Aegean Archaeology 9, Studies and Monographs in Mediterranean Archaeology and Civilization ser. II volume 10: 7-34. 

Sourcing – Melian Obsidian, Cycladic Marble, Metals etc.

Craig, H., and V. Craig. 1972. “Greek marbles: determination of provenance by isotopic analysis.” Science n.s. 176.4033:401-403.

Herz, N. 1992. “Provenance determination of Neolithic to Classical Mediterranean marbles by stable isotopes.”  Archaeometry 34:185-94.

Herz., N. 1985. “Isotopic analysis of marble.”  In Archaeological Geology, edited by G.R. Rapp and J.A. Gifford, 331-51. New Haven: Yale University Press. 

Stos-Gale, Z., N. Gale, and A. Papastamataki. 1988. “An Early Bronze Age Copper Smelting Site on the Aegean Island of Kythnos.” In Aspects of Ancient Mining and Metallurgy. Acta of the BSA Centenary Conference at Bangor, 1986. Part 2, The Archaeological Evidence, edited by J. Ellis Jones, 23–30. Bangor: Department of Classics, University College of North Wales.

Torrence, R. (1984) “Monopoly or direct access? Industrial organization at the Melos obsidian quarries.” In Prehistoric Quarries and Lithic Production, edited by J.E. Ericson and B.A. Purdy, 49-64. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Trianti, I. 2016. “Melos.” In Archaeology: Aegean Islands, edited by A.G. Vlachopoulos, 306-12. Athens: Melissa Publishing House.

Williams-Thorpe, O, and R.S. Thorpe. 1993. “Geochemistry and trade of Eastern Mediterranean millstones from the Neolithic to Roman periods.” JAS 20.3: 263-320. 

The Archaeology of Tiny Islands

Davis, J.L. 1982. “Thoughts on Prehistoric and Archaic Delos.” In Trade and Travel in the Cyclades during the Bronze Age, edited by P.P. Betancourt, 23-33. TUAS 7. Philadelphia: Temple University.

Fitzpatrick, S.M., V.D. Thompson, A.S. Poteate, M.F. Napolitano and J.M. Erlandson. 2016. “Marginalization of the Margins: The Importance of Smaller Islands in Human Prehistory.” The Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 11.2: 155-170.

Kaiser, T., and S. Forenbaher. 1999. “Adriatic sailors and stone knappers: Palagruža in the 3rd millennium BC.” Antiquity 73.280: 313-324.

Korbar, T., A. Montanari, G. Koch, S. Mariani, D. DePaolo, A.V. Turchyn, M. Miknić and V. Tari. 2009. “Geologic Reconnaissance of Valika Palagruza (Central Adriatic, Croatia).” Geologia Croatica 62.2: 75-94.

Kourayos, Y. 2012. Despotiko. Athens: Canellopoulos Foundation.

Kourayos, Y., and B. Burns. 2005. “Exploration of the Archaic Sanctuary at Mandra on Despotiko.” BCH 128-129: 133-174.

Nam, J., W. Changa, D. Kang. 2010. “Carrying capacity of an uninhabited island off the southwestern coast of Korea.” Ecological Modeling 221.17: 2102-2107.

O’Connor, S., Mahirta, S. Kealy, C. Boulanger, T. Maloney, S. Hawkins, M.C. Langley, H.A.F. Kaharudin, Y. Suniarti, M. Husni, M. Ririmasse, D.A. Tanudirjo, L. Wattimena, W. Handoko, Alifah & J. Louy. 2018. “Kisar and the Archaeology of Small Islands in the Wallacean Archipelago.” Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 14.2: 198-225.

Renfrew, C., O. Philaniotou, N. Brodie, G. Gavalas, and M.J. Boyd, eds. 2013. The settlement at Dhaskalio. The sanctuary on Keros and the origins of Aegean ritual practice: the excavations of 2006-2008 Volume 1. Cambridge: McDonald Institute for Archaeological Research.

Island Archaeology and Ecology

Baldacchino, G. 2007. “Islands as novelty sites.” Geographical Review 97.2: 165-74.

Baldacchino, G. 2008. “Studying islands: on whose terms? Some epistemological and methodological challenges to the pursuit of island studies.” Island Studies Journal 3.1: 37-56. 

Bevan, A., and J. Conolly. 2013. Mediterranean Islands, Fragile Communities and Persistent Landscapes: Antikythera in Long-Term Perspective. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Cherry, J.F. 1990. “The First Colonization of the Mediterranean Islands: A Review of Recent Research.” JMA 3.2: 145-221.

Cherry, J.F. 2004. “Mediterranean Island Prehistory: What’s Different and What’s New?” In Voyages of Discovery: The Archaeology of Islands, edited by S.M. Fitzpatrick, 233-48. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger.

Cherry, J.F., J.L. Davis, and E. Mantzourani. 1991. Archaeology as Long-Term History: The Landscape of Northern Keos in the Cyclades. Los Angeles: UCLA Institute of Archaeology.

Evans, J. D. 1973. “Islands as laboratories for the study of cultural process.” In The Explanation of Culture Change: Models in Prehistory, edited by C. Renfrew, 517-20. London: Duckworth.

Eriksen, T. H. 1993. “In which sense do cultural islands exist?” Social Anthropology 1: 133-47.

Gosden, C., and C. Pavlides. 1994.  “Are islands insular? Landscape vs. seascape in the case of the Arawe Islands, Papua New Guinea.” Archaeology in Oceania 29: 162-71.

Fitzpatrick, S.M. 2004. “Synthesizing island archaeology.’ In Voyages of Discovery: the Archaeology of Islands, edited by S.M. Fitzpatrick, 3-18. Westport, Connecticut: Praeger.

Fitzpatrick, S.M., J. Erlandson, A. Anderson, and P.V. Kirch. 2007. “Straw boats and the proverbial sea: a response to ‘Island archaeology: in search of a new horizon’.” Island Studies Journal 2.2: 229-38.

Fitzpatrick et al. 2010. “Innovation in Island Archaeology.” Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 5.1: 1-2.

Fitzpatrick, S.M., T.C. Rick, and J.M. Erlandson. 2015. “Recent progress, trends, and developments in island and coastal archaeology.” Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 10.1: 3-27. 

Halstead, P., and G. Jones. 1989. “Agrarian Ecology in the Greek Islands: Time Stress, Scale and Risk.” JHS 109: 41–55.

Held, S.O. 1993. “Insularity as a modifier of culture change: the case of prehistoric Cyprus”.  Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research 292: 25-32.

Kouremenos, A., ed. 2018. Insularity and identity in the Roman mediterranean. Philadelphia: Oxbow Books.

Lowenthal, D. 2007. “Islands, lovers, and others.” Geographical Review 97.2: 202-29.

Rainbird, P. 1999. “Islands out of time: towards a critique of island archaeology.” Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology 12.2: 216-34.

Rainbird, P. 2007. The Archaeology of Islands. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Renfrew, C. and M. Wagstaff, eds. 1982. An Island Polity: The Archaeology of Exploitation in Melos.Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Terrell, J. E., T.L. Hunt, and C. Gosden. 1997. “The dimensions of social life in the Pacific: human diversity and the myth of the primitive isolate.” Current Anthropology 38.2: 155-75 [with following comments].

Island Colonization

Bonnano, A. 2000. “Early colonization of the Maltese islands: the status quaestionis.” In Colonización humana en ambientes insulares: Interacción con el medio y adaptación cultural, edited by V.M. Guerrero and S. Gornés,323-37. Palma de Mallorca, Spain: Universitat de les Illes Balears.

Cherry, J.F. 1990. “The first colonization of the Mediterranean islands: a review of recent research.” JMA 3.2: 145-221.

Cherry, J.F., and T.P. Leppard. 2018. “The Balearic Paradox: Why Were the Islands Colonized so Late?” Pyrenae 49.1: 1-22. 

Cherry, J.F., and T.P. Leppard. 2017. “Patterning and Causation.” Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology

Dawson, H. 2014. Mediterranean Voyages: The Archaeology of Island Colonisation and Abandonment. California: Walnut Creek.

Erdogu, B. 2003. “Visualizing Neolithic landscape: the early settled communities in western Anatolia and eastern Aegean islands.” EJA 6.1: 7-23. 

Fitzpatrick, S.M. 2015. “The pre-Columbian Caribbean: colonization, population dispersal, and island adaptations.” PaleoAmerica 1.4: 305-31.

Guerrero Ayuso, V.M. .2001. “The Balearic islands: colonization of the furthest Mediterranean islands from the mainland.” JMA 14.2: 136-58. 

Keegan, W.F. and J.M. Diamond. 1987. “Colonization of islands by humans: a biogeographical perspective.” Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory 10: 49-92. 

Kirch, P.V. 2010. “Peopling of the Pacific: a holistic anthropological perspective.” Annual Review of Anthropology 39: 131-48. 

Leppard, T.P. 2014. “Modeling the impacts of Mediterranean island colonization by archaic Hominins: the likelihood of an insular Lower Palaeolithic.” JMA 27: 231-54. 

Ramis, D. et al. 2002. “The chronology of the first settlement of the Balearic islands.” JMA 15.1: 3-24. 

Runnels, C. 2014. “The Early Palaeolithic in the Greek islands.” JMA 27:211-30.

Goat Islands, Island Exploitation

Barker, G. 2005. “Agriculture, Pastoralism, and Mediterranean Landscapes in Prehistory.” In The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory, edited by E. Blake and A.B. Knapp, 46-76. Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell.

Bass, B. 1998. “Early Neolithic Offshore Accounts: Remote Islands, Maritime Exploitations, and the Trans-Adriatic Cultural Network.” JMA 11.2: 165-90. 

Bean, G.E., and J.M. Cook. 1957. “The Carian Coast III.” Annual of the British School at Athens 52: 58–146.

Bernard, H.R. 1976. “Kalymnos: The Island of the Sponge Fishermen.” In Regional Variation in Modern Greece and Cyprus: Toward a Perspective on the Ethnography of Greece, edited by M. Dimen and E. Friedl, 289–307. New York: Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 268. 

Beck, R.H. 1924. “Who Is Trying to Get My Goat?” The Condor 26.5: 203-4.

Bremmer, J.N. 1986. “A Homeric Goat Island (Od. 9.116-41).” CQ 36.1: 256-7. 

Burley, D.V., M. Horrocks, and M.I. Weisler. 2018. “Earliest Evidence for Pit Cultivation Provides Insight on the Nature of the First Polynesian Settlement.” In Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology 14:1-21.

Byre, C.S. 1994. “The Rhetoric of Description in “Odyssey” 9.116-41: Odysseus and Goat Island” CJ 89.4: 357-67.

Clay, J.S. 1980. “Goat Island: Od. 9. 116-141.” CQ 30.2: 261-4. 

Kardulias, P.N. 2015. “Island Pastoralism, Isolation, and Connection: An Ethnoarchaeological Study of Herding on Dokos, Greece.” In The Ecology of Pastoralism, edited by P.N. Kardoulias, 243-266. Boulder: University Press of Colorado.

Kardulias, P.N., T.E. Gregory, and J. Sawmiller. 1995. “Bronze Age and Late Antique Exploitation of an Islet in the Saronic Gulf, Greece.” JFA 22.1: 3-21.

Knowlton J.L., C.J. Donlan, G.W. Roemer, A. Samaniego-Herrera, B.S. Keitt, B. Wood, A. Aguirre-Muñoz, K.R. Faulkner, and B.R. Tershy. 2007. “Eradication of Non-Native Mammals and the Status of Insular Mammals on the California Channel Islands, USA, and Pacific Baja California Peninsula Islands, Mexico.” In The Southwestern Naturalist 52.4:528-40.

P.J. Bellingham, D.R. Towns, E.K. Cameron, J.J. Davis, D.A. Wardle, J.M. Wilmshurst, and C.P.H. Mulder. 2010. “New Zealand island restoration: seabirds, predators, and the importance of history.” In New Zealand Journal of Ecology 34.1:115-36. New Zealand Ecological Society.

Robert, L. 1960. “Îles à chèvres.” Hellenica 11-12: 173-5.

Sax, D.F., and S.D. Gaines. 2008. “Species Invasions and Extinction: The Future of Native Biodiversity on Islands” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 105:11490-7.

Turbott, E.G. 1948. “Effect of Goats on Great Island, Three Kings, with descriptions of Vegetation Quadrats.” Records of the Auckland Institute and Museum 3.4/5:253-72.

Pastoralism

Barker, G. 2005. “Agriculture, Pastoralism, and Mediterranean Landscapes in Prehistory.”In The Archaeology of Mediterranean Prehistory, edited by E. Blake and A.B. Knapp, 46-76. Malden, Massachusetts: Blackwell.

Chang, C. 1981. “The Archeology of Contemporary Herding Sites in Didyma, Greece.” Ph.D. diss., State University of New York, Binghamton. 

Chang, C. 1993. “Pastoral Transhumance in the Southern Balkans as a Social Ideology: Ethnoarchaeological Research in Northern Greece.” American Anthropologist 95.3: 687–703.

Chang, C. 1994. “Sheep for the Ancestors: Ethnoarchaeology and the Study of Ancient Pastoralism.” In Beyond the Site: Regional Studies in the Aegean Area, ed. P.N.Kardulias, 353–71. Lanham, MD: University Press of America. 

Chang, C. 1997. “Greek Sheep, Albanian Shepherds: Hidden Economies in the European Community.” In Aegean Strategies: Studies of Culture and Environment on the European Fringe, ed. P.N. Kardulias and M.T. Shutes, 123–39. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 

Chang, C. 2000. “The Material Culture and Settlement History of Agro-Pastoralism in the Koinotis of Dhidhima: An Ethnoarchaeological Perspective.” In Contingent Countryside: Settlement, Economy, and Land Use in the Southern Argolid since 1700, ed. Susan B. Sutton, 125–40. Stanford: Stanford University Press. 

Chang, C., and H.A. Koster. 1986. “Beyond Bones: Toward an Archaeology of Pastoralism.” Advances in Archaeological Method and Theory 9: 97–148. 

Chang, C., and H.A. Koster, eds. 1994. Pastoralists at the Periphery: Herders in a Capitalist World. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Cherry, J.F. 1988. “Pastoralism and the Role of Animals in the Pre- and Protohistoric Economies of the Aegean.” In Pastoral Economies in Classical Antiquity, edited by C.R. Whittaker, 6-34. Cambridge: Cambridge Philological Society Supplementary Volume 14.

Forbes, H.A. 1995. The Identification of Pastoralist Sites within the Context of Estate-Based Agriculture in Ancient Greece: Beyond the “Transhumance Versus Agro-Pastoralism” Debate, BSA 90:325-38. 

Koster, H.A. 1977. “The Ecology of Pastoralism in Relation to Changing Patterns of Land Use in the Northeast Peloponnese.” Ph.D. diss., University of Pennsylvania.

Koster, H.A. 1976. “The Thousand Year Road.” Expedition 19.1: 19–28.

Koster, H.A. 1997. “Yours, Mine and Ours: Private and Public Pasture in Greece.” In Aegean Strategies: Studies of Culture and Environment on the European Fringe, ed. P.N. Kardulias and M.T. Shutes, 141–85. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield. 

Koster, H.A. 2000. “Neighbors and Pastures: Reciprocity and Access to Pasture.” In Contingent Countryside: Settlement, Economy, and Land Use in the Southern Argolid since 1700, ed. Susan B. Sutton, 241–61. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Koster, H.A., and C. Chang. 1994. “Introduction.” In Pastoralists at the Periphery, ed. C. Chang and H.A. Koster, 1–15. Tucson: University of Arizona Press.

Kuznar, L.A. 1995. Awatimarka: The Ethnoarchaeology of an Andean Herding Community. Fort Worth: Harcourt Brace.

Sherratt, A.G. 1983. “The Secondary Exploitation of Animals in the Old World.” WorldArch 15.1: 90-104. 

Mediterranean/Aegean Connectivity and Seafaring

Agouridis, C. 1997. “Sea Routes and Navigation in the Third Millennium Aegean.” OJA 16.1: 1-24.

Anderson, A., et al. 2010. The global origins and development of seafaring. Cambridge: McDonald Institute Monographs.

Broodbank, C. 2006. “The Origins and Early Development of Mediterranean Maritime Activity.” JMA 19.2: 199-230. 

Broodbank, C. 2013. The Making of the Middle Sea: A History of the Mediterranean from the Beginning to the Emergence of the Classical World. London: Thames and Hudson.

Dawson, H. 2019. “As Good as It Gets? ‘Optimal’ Marginality in the Longue Durée of the Mediterranean Islands.” Journal of Eastern Mediterranean Archaeology and Heritage Studies 7.4:451-65.

Gjesfjeld, E., and S.C. Phillips. 2013. “Evaluating adaptive network strategies with geochemical sourcing data: a case study from the Kuril islands.” In Network Analysis in Archaeology: New Approaches to Regional Interaction, edited by C. Knappett,  281-305. Oxford: Oxford University Press.  

Horden, P. and Purcell, N. 2000. The Corrupting Sea: A Study of Mediterranean History. Oxford: Blackwell.

Knappett, C., T. Evans, and R. Rivers. 2011. “The Theran eruption and Minoan palatial collapse: new interpretations gained from modeling the maritime network.” Antiquity 85: 1008-23. 

Knappett, C., T. Evans, and R. Rivers. 2008. “Modelling maritime interaction in the Aegean Bronze Age.” Antiquity 82: 1009-24. 

Loy, M. 2019. “Early Modern Travellers in the Aegean: Routes and Networks.” BSA 114: 369-98. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Morton, J. 2001. The Role of the Physical Environment in Ancient Greek Seafaring. Leiden and Boston: Brill.

Nazou, M. 2020. “Just a Longboat Ride Away: Maritime interaction in the southern Aegean Sea during the Final Neolithic Period.” Shima 14.1: 152-71.

Late Antiquity and Byzantium

Constantakopoulou, C. 2016. Aegean Interactions: Delos and its Networks in the Third Century. Oxford: Oxford UP. 

Deligiannakis, G. 2011. “Late Paganism on the Aegean Islands and Processes of Christianisation.” In The Archaeology of Late Paganism, edited by L. Lavan and M. Mulryan, 312-45. Leiden: Brill.

Deligiannakis, G. 2016. The Dodecanese and the Eastern Aegean Islands in Late Antiquity, AD 300–700. Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Gregory, T.E. 1994. “Archaeology and Theoretical Considerations on the Transition from Antiquity to the Middle Ages in the Aegean Area.” In Beyond the Site: Regional Studies in the Aegean Area, edited by P.N.Kardulias, 137-159. Lanham: University Press of America.

Hood, S. 1970. “Isles of Refuge in the Early Byzantine Period.” BSA 65:37-45. 

Kardulias, P.N., T.E. Gregory, and J. Sawmiller. 1995. “Bronze Age and Late Antique Exploitation of an Islet in the Saronic Gulf, Greece.” JFA 22.1: 3-21. 

Luttrell, A.T. 1989. The Latins and life on the smaller Aegean Islands, 1204–1453. Mediterranean Historical Review 4.1: 146-157. 

Sweetman, R. 2013. “Religion and Culture in Late Antique Greece.” AR 59: 103–12. 

Sweetman, R. 2015. “Memory, Tradition, and Christianization of the Peloponnese.” AJA 119.4: 501–531. 

Sweetman, R. 2016. “Networks: exile and tourism in the Roman Cyclades.” In Beyond Boundaries: Connecting Visual Cultures in the Provinces of Ancient Rome, edited by J.F.D. Frakes, M. Egri, and S.E. Alcock, 46-61. Los Angeles: Getty Publications.

Sweetman, R. 2017. “Networks and church building in the Aegean: Crete, Cyprus, Lycia and the Peloponnese.” BSA 112: 207-266.

Sweetman, R., A. Devlin, and N.P. Iliou. 2018. “The Cyclades in the late antique period: churches, networks and Christianization.” In Cycladic Archaeology and Research: New Approaches and Discoveries, edited by E. Morais Angliker and J. Tully, 215-38. Oxford: Archeopress.

Trombley, F. 2006. “Overview: The Geographical Spread of Christianity.” In The Cambridge History of Christianity, edited by M. Mitchell & F. Young, 302-13. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Piracy

Ginio, E. 2001. “Piracy and Redemption in the Aegean Sea During the First Half of the Eighteenth Century.” Turcica 33: 135-147. 

Ormerod, H.. 1924. Piracy in the Ancient World. An Essay in Mediterranean History. Liverpool: University Press of Liverpool.