Mycenaean Seminar in Athens

On 24 January 2013 O. Psychoyou addressed the Mycenaean Seminar in Athens on "A Mycenaean Sanctuary on Proph. Ilias at Mt Arachnaion in the Argolid" in the Ioannis Drakopoulos Amphitheatre (Central Building of the University of Athens Panepistimiou 30).

16th Sheffield Aegean Round Table

On 25-27 January 2013 the 16th Annual Sheffield Aegean Round Table - Of Odysseys and Oddities: Scales and modes of interaction between prehistoric Aegean societies and their neighbours was held at the Sheffield Centre for Aegean Archaeology. Further information is available at The program was:

K. Kristiansen, "Connectivity and conflict in the Bronze Age"

P. Halstead, "Scales and modes of interaction in and beyond the Neolithic Aegean: talking across the barriers"

Ç. Çilingiroğlu, "Impressed Pottery as a proxy for connectivity in the Neolithic Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean"

M. Milić, "A question of scale? Applications of obsidian provenancing for tracing connectivity in the Neolithic Aegean, Anatolia and Balkans"

D. Urem-Kotsou, "Connectivity in the Balkans during the Neolithic"

B. Horejs, "The Aegean as source of supply and inspiration at Çukuriçi Höyük. Raw materials, technologies and ideas from 7th to 3rd mill. BC"

R. Doonan and Y. Marks, "The winds of change: The origins of metallurgy in the Aegean"

V. Heyd, "Selimpaşa – Kanlıgeçit – Michalić-Baa Dere and the Question of Anatolian Colonies in Early Bronze Age Southeast Europe"

O. Kouka, "Built environment and cultural connectivity in the Aegean Early Bronze Age"

L. Rahmstorf, "Emerging economic complexity: The beginning of weight and seal use in the earlier third millennium BC Aegean"

J. Bennet, "'Only Connect': thoughts on connectivity + connexions in the Bronze Age"

M. Boyd, "The creation, adoption, co-option or adaptation of traits: piecing together and pulling apart 'Mycenaean' identities"

B. Molloy, "Raiders, traders, trinkets and identities in the Late / Final Bronze Age of the Balkan and Apennine peninsulas – a view from metalworking traditions"

B. Legarra Herrero, "Sirens and Sailors: Ideological paradigms and archaeological interpretations in the prehistoric east Mediterranean"

M. E. Alberti, "Aegean trade and weight systems from LBA to EIA: how changing circuits influence changing 'glocal' measures"

S. Sherratt, "The role of metals in the linking-up of the Mediterranean at the end of the second and in the early first millennia BC"

J. Papadopoulos, "Komai, colonies and cities: the failure of the polis and the rise of urbanism in the Greek and non-Greek world"

S. Strack, "Degrees of isolation: views on socio-cultural developments during the Iron Age in Greece"

N. MacSweeney, "Anatolian-Aegean connectivity in the Early Iron Age: Migration, Mobility, and the Movement of People"

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