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Crete Beyond the Palaces: Proceedings of the Crete 2000 by Leslie Preston Day, Margaret S. Mook, James David Muhly

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By Leslie Preston Day, Margaret S. Mook, James David Muhly

This quantity provides the papers from the convention "Crete 2000: A Centennial get together of yank Archaeological paintings on Crete (1900-2000)," held in Athens from July 10-12, 2000. the yank college of Classical stories at Athens and the Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) examine middle for East Crete prepared the convention. students engaging within the American and joint Greek-American excavations on Crete or learning fabric from those excavations have been invited to give papers on the convention. the amount is split into the next sections: exchange, Society and faith, Chronology and historical past, panorama and Survey, and know-how and creation.

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Since his preparation was not academic, he learned as he worked on the sites. Edith Hall first came to the American School in 1903 as the Hoppin Fellow. From her letters (1903– 1905), we learn that the activities of the School members included not only the usual scholarly ones, but also numerous teas, dinners, and balls. Such social activities were considered obligatory in the society of the School, and they even included invitations to the palace balls (Hall 1904a). Although she regaled her mother and father with these activities, she confessed at least once to her sister that the balls were boring (Hall 1904c).

1905. 3, Philadelphia, pp. 177–189. M. 2000. , 2000, pp. 196–200. Erickson, B. 2002. “Aphrati and Kato Syme: Pottery, Continuity, and Cult in Late Archaic and Classical Crete,” Hesperia 71, pp. 41–90. , and E. Hadjidaki. 2000. , 2000, pp. 192–195. P. E. Coulson. 2000. , 2000, pp. 76–87. C. 2000a. , 2000, pp. 88–93. ———. 2000b. , 2000, 58–61. HISTORY OF AMERICAN EXCAVATIONS ON CRETE Halbherr, F. 1893. “Inscriptions from Various Cretan Cities,” AJA 8, pp. 539–601. ———. 1896. “Report on the Expedition of the Institute to Crete,” AJA 11, pp.

Seager visited once or twice a week and gave Hall full responsibility for the publication of both sites, Sphoungaras and Vrokastro. She published the former in Excavations in Eastern Crete: Sphoungaras (Hall 1912) and the latter in Excavations in Eastern Crete: Vrokastro (Hall 1914). Seager left Pacheia Ammos early, leaving her to finish up the season, pack away the excavation equipment at Pacheia Ammos, arrange for photographs and drawings, send finds to Herakleion, and choose objects for the University Museum by herself.

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