EAA 2021

On 6-11 September 2021 the 27th Annual Meeting of The European Association of Archaeologists (EAA 2021): Widening Horizons will be held virtually, hosted in Kiel. Further information is available at Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:

R. Timonen, “How Many Mycenaeans Does It Take to Change a Light Bulb? Agricultural Potential as a Method for Estimating Population Sizes”
L. Pisanu and L. Hitchcock, “Sardinia and Its Role in the Globalized Internationalization of Mediterranean Cultures”
M. G. Gradoli, “Dynamic Social Networks Across the Landscape. A Petrographic Study of Bronze Age Ceramics in the Marmilla Region, South-Central Sardinia, Italy”
A. Vanzetti, S. Levi, M. A. Castagna, P. Day, A. Di Renzoni, V. Cannavò, N. Natalia, and D. Gullì, “Central Mediterranean Interactions in the Late Bronze Age Seen from Cannatello Hut 2 (Sicily)”
C. Mazzucato, “Balancing Differences: Patterns of Social Differentiation and Integration Within Large Neolithic Communities”
U. D. Schoop, “Şerefe! The Beginning of Commensal Drinking Practices in Prehistoric Anatolia”
K. Trimmis, L. Tzortzopoulou-Gregory, and S. Paspalas, “The Terraces of Kythera: Interdisciplinary Biographies of a 4000 Year-Old Mediterranean Landscape”
L. Vokotopoulos, “Managing a Marginal Landscape in Bronze Age Crete: The Agricultural Terraces and Dams at Choiromandres, Zakros”
L. Kvapil, “On Not Overlooking Looking Closely: The Benefits of Macroscopic Analysis and Attribute-Based Terrace Documentation”
E. Levine, H. Öztürk, Z. Papdopoulou, A. Knodell, D. Nenova, D. Athanasoulis, and Ž. Tankosić, “An Island Through Time: Surface Survey and Selective Occupation on Strongylo (Antiparos)”
D. Forsyth, “The Iron Age Cyclades, A Study in Risk Buffering”
D. Nenova and A. Knodell, “Networks, Complexity, and Consumption In The Small Islands of the Aegean”
P. Mylona, A. Vionis, and B. Devillers, “‘Xeros’ or Not?: The Xeros River Valley in Cyprus and Its History Through the Ages”
X. Yang, F. Becker, D. Knitter, and B. Schütt, “Holocene Geomorphodynamics of the Tekkedere Valley, Pergamon Micro-Region (West Turkey) and the Interactions Between Humans and the Environment”
M. Siennicka, “(In)Visible Wool in the Prehistoric Aegean Textile Production”
L. Steel, “Sensory Engagements with Household Pottery in LBA Cyprus”
M. Rice, “The Material Life of Linear A: A Study of Objects Bearing an Undeciphered Script from Minoan Crete (c.1800-1450 BC)”
D. Daems, “Quantitative Shape-Based Approaches to Functional Typologies in Late Bronze Age and Iron Age Pottery from Southwest Anatolia”
C. Santiago-Marrero, C. Lancelotti, and M. Madella, “The Soil Has Memory - Identifying Plant Processing Areas and the Use of Domestic Spaces at Neolithic Çatalhöyük”
M. E. Alberti, “Craftwork and Daily Activities in Minoan Domestic Areas”
K. Jazwa, “Indoor-Outdoor Living: Exploring the Relationship Between Exterior Domestic Activity Areas and the Structuring and Use of Interior Spaces in Greece”
B. Whitford, “Implementing a 3D Documentation Workflow for Context-Based Excavations: The Chalcolithic Settlement at Tell Yunatsite, Bulgaria”
C. Giardino, G. Mieli, Gianfranco, L. Pisoni, and T. Zappatore, “Migrant Indicators: The Archaeological Identification of Migrants in the Prehistoric Mediterranean”
E. Alram and S. Cveček, “Tiny World and Neolithic Society: New Insight from the House Model of Platia Magoula Zarkou/ Western Thessaly, Greece”
P. F. Biehl and G. Naumov, “Miniature Imagery of Çatalhöyük West Mound”
P. Hristov, “Peculiar Whetstones from the Prehistoric Site of Kaimenska Chuka, Bulgaria”
M. Kulow, “Strange Inhabitants of Prehistoric Houses in the Middle Struma Valley, Southwest Bulgaria”
E. Trinder, “Urns, Emotions and Memory in Bronze and Iron Age Albania: Closing the Circle of Life”
A. Vlachou, “‘δῶρον δ᾿ ὅττι κέ μοι δοίης, κειμήλιον ἔστω’ (Hom. Od. 4, 600). Nostalgic Reflections in Early Greek Votive Practice”
C. Judson, “Do the Dorians Have DNA? Addressing Individual and Collective Identity in Greek Migration Traditions”
S. Voutsaki, “Uneasy Bedfellows? (Bio)Archaeology, Ancient History, Epigraphy and the Study of Mobility in the Ancient World”
P. Ramirez Valiente, “To Gender or Not to Gender? Insights from Asexual and Double-Sex Figurines of the Neolithic Aegean”
M. Mina, “Everything You Wanted to Know about Sex, but Were Afraid to Ask: Non-Binary Gender Systems and Asymmetries in Prehistoric Greece”
D. Theodoraki, “Investigating Human-Environment Interactions Using Archaeological Shell Proxies: the Case of the Franchthi Cave and Its Submerged Neolithic Settlement”
L. González Carretero, “Neolithic Culinary Traditions and Cuisine in Anatolia: Latest Results from Çatalhöyük”
J. Pyzel, K. Pawłowska, and M. Barański, “Animal Foodways in Late Neolithic Çatalhöyük: Integrating Spatial, Pottery, and Faunal Data”
E. Rosenstock and J. Hendy, “Culinary Practices as a Matter of Scale: Calcitic Deposits on Pottery in Prehistoric Anatolia and Europe”
A. Galik, “Neolithic Food-Ways and Subsistence in Northwestern and Western Anatolia”
C. Cakirlar, S. Kamjan, amd D. De Groene, “Bridging Neolithic Turkey, Greece and Bulgaria Through Foodways: Integrated Zooarchaeological and Isotope Data”
C. Cilingiroglu, “The Next Meal: Storage Practices in Neolithic Anatolia and Southeast Europe”
M. Lymperaki, D. Kotsou, S. Kotsos, and A. Metoki, “Foodways During the Neolithic Period of Northern Greece”
D. Turner, M. Prent, S. Thorne, and A. Brysbaert, “Comparative Trials in Finding the Blueprints for Early Aegean Fortifications”
T. Roushannafas, A. Bogaard, and M. Charles, “New Insights on the Identity and Domestication-Status of ‘New Glume Wheat’ in the Context of Broad-Spectrum Subsistence at Neolithic Çatalhöyük”
E. Marinova, D. Filipović, J. Gorczyk, J. Bulatović, and M. Vander Linden, “Combining Settlement Dynamics and Bioarchaeological Evidence for Inferring the Impact of Landuse on the Neolithic Landscales in Southeastern Europe”
R. Vandam, “Thinking Through ‘Marginal’ Landscapes in the Mediterranean: A Case Study from SW Turkey”
L. Nixon, “When the Going Gets Tough: Resource Packages and Sustainable Landscape Management in Sphakia, Crete”
T. Papadakou, G. Tsartsidou, L. Papadopoulou, K. Kotsakis, S.-M. Valamoti, and D.-C. Urem-Kotsou, “The Contribution of Phytoliths to the Understanding of the Human Activities Entangled in the EN Pottery of Northern Greece”
B. de Groot, “Style Below the Surface: Technological Variation in Ceramic Surface Treatments in Neolithic SE Europe and W Anatolia”
C. Alpagut, “White-On-Red Painted Pottery in the Early Neolithic: Interregional Interactions Between Southeastern Europe and Western Anatolia”
S. Amicone, B. Solard, Z. Tsirtsoni, D. Malamidou, M. Grebska, N. Todorova, and C. Berthold, “Graphite Painted Pottery from the Neolithic/Chalcolithic Balkans: An Archaeometric and Experimental Approach”
M. Kulow and T. Dzhanfezova, “Where ‘Pottery Styles’ Intertwine: Decorative Approaches and Surface Treatments Along the Neolithic Struma River (Bulgaria)”
L. Bonga, “Technology of Pottery Finishes in Neolithic Greece”
E. Voulgari, M. Sofronidou, and K. Kotsakis, “Defining the Boundaries of Clay Surfaces: Surface Treatments and Material Expressions of the Pottery from Neolithic Dispilio, Macedonia, Greece”
R. Rivers, P. Gheorghiade, H. Price, V. Vasiliauskaite, and T. Evans, “An Information Theoretic Approach to Mycenaean Pottery Datasets”
N. Saridaki, N. Kyparissi, and E. Kalogiropoulou, “Discussing Social Dynamics of a Pottery Workshop: Evidence from the Middle Neolithic Site Imvrou Pigadi, Greece”
E. Finn, “The Cross-Disciplinary Paradigm Lag: Archaeothanatological Analyses and Sociocultural Anthropological Models in the Archaeology of Bronze Age Crete”
I. Moutafi and S. Voutsaki, “One Is Not Enough, It’s Tomb 21: Taphonomy and Change in the Early Mycenaean Ayios Vasileios North Cemetery, Greece”
E. Rosenstock, “Age-at-Death, Consanguinity and Archaeology: Leveraging Human Remains for Chronology and Chorology”
M. Siennicka, “Changes in Textile Production in the Bronze Age Aegean”
E. Baysal, “Enduring Love? Shell Ornaments and Landscape Interactions During the Transition to Settled Life”
R. Winter and C. Çakirlar, “Exploring Past Exploitation Strategies of Groupers in the Levant Using Size Reconstructions”
M. Michael, “Exploring the Multi-Dimensional Synthesis of Fishing Activity: The Case Study of Cyprus”
A. Lekka, “‘Ponton Ichthyoenta’. Marine Creatures on Aegean and Cypriot Pictorial Pottery at the End of Late Bronze Age”
M. Psallida, “Managing Death in East Crete During LM III Period”
E. Salavoura, “New Opportunities in Turbulent Times: Attica in the 12th c. BC”
G. Middleton, “Hegemony and Fragility: The Case of Mycenaean Greece”
P. Zeman, “Differing Trajectories of Collapse in the Late Bronze Age Argolid: Mycenae and Tiryns from 1250 BC to 1100 BC”
E. Weiberg and M. Finné, “Vulnerable Mycenaeans? A Human-Environment Perspective”
B. Molloy, L. Fibiger, D. Michael, and A. Nafplioti, “Taking the Pulse of Biomolecular and Bioarchaeological Insights into Mobility and Change ca. 1200 BC in Southeastern Europe”
A. Gorgues, “When the Pendulum Swings Back: The 12th Century BCE as the Beginning of a Period of Growing European Integration”
H. Franzmeier, “1200 BC: A Perspective from the Nile Delta”
A. Georgiou, “Decentralised Commercial Strategies in the Mediterranean after 1200 BC and the Role of Cyprus”
C. Bell, “Using Machine Learning to Illuminate Social Change: Integrating Data Sets from 1300-1000 BC from the Atlantic to Southwest Asia”
S. Allen, “Multiscalar Periodicity in Prehistoric Wetland Settlements: A View from Southern Albania”
A. Maczkowski, M. Bolliger, A. Ballmer, M. Gori, P. Lera, C. Oberweiler, S. Szidat, G. Touchais, and A. Hafner, “Dendroarchaeology of Sovjan - The First Early Bronze Age Dendrochronological Analysis from the Southwestern Balkans (Albania)”
A. Mavromati, M. Ntinou, G. Tsartsidou, E. Margaritis, M. Boyd, and A. Renfrew, “Defining Recurrent Human Activities at a 3rd Millennium Settlement Through Concentrations of Archaeobotanical Remains: The Case of Dhaskalio, Keros, Greece”
K. Jazwa, “A Thrice Invented, Twice Lost Technology: Ceramic Tiled Roofs in Ancient Greece”
G. Kasapidou, G. Tsartsidou, C. McNamee, D. Chondrou, and S. Valamoti, “Grinding Plants for Food at the Early Bronze Age Site of Agios Athanasios: A Multiproxy Approach”
A. Gkazi, “Cretan Archaeology of the 1950s and the 1960s: An Engendered Endeavour”
E. Marinova, D. Takorova, and E. Demeulenaere, “A Case Study on Plant Food Storage and Surplus Management of the First Agricultural Societies of SE Europe”
C. Petridou and S. M. Valamoti, “An Investigation of Early Bronze Age Plant Foods from Archondiko Giannitson, Northern Greece”
I. Vrettou, “Child Burials in Mycenaean Chamber Tombs from Glyka Nera, Attica”
T. Dzhanfezova, “Early Neolithic Pottery and Potters in the Eastern Balkans: Exploring the Beginnings”
L. Bonga, “Early Potters in Greece: The Case of Mavropigi-Fillotsairi”
M. Bartelheim, B. Kızılduman, and U. Müller, “The Hoard Finds of the Late Bronze Age of Cyprus in Their Eastern Mediterranean Context”
A. Frank, K. Kristiansen, and K. Frei, “Using Modern Multi-Proxy Environmental Samples to Constrain Bioavailable Sr Isotope Baselines for Human Mobility Studies: A Case Study from Greece”
V. Xanthopoulou, N. Kougia, and I. Iliopoulos, “An Insight into the Suitability of Clayey Raw Materials: The Ceramic Provinces of Northern Peloponnese and South Epirus, Greece”
A. Judson, “Shaping and Writing on Clay: Producing the Linear B Tablets of Mycenaean Pylos”
S. Haciosmanoglu and M. Kibaroğlu, “Petrographic-Geochemical Characterization of Clay Deposits in the Ceyhan Plain (Southern Turkey): The Implications for Archaeometric Study of Ancient Ceramics”
P. Stockhammer, “Rethinking Mediterranean Connectedness”
E. Skourtanioti, G. Ruscone, G. Alberto, H. Ringbauer, J. Krause, C. Jeong, and P. W. Stockhammer, “Insights into Admixture History and Social Practices in the Prehistoric Aegean from ancient DNA”
A. B. Knapp, “Mobility and Migration at the End of the Bronze Age in the Southern Levant”
M. Feldman, “Insights from Ancient Genomes on Bronze and Iron Age Population Dynamics in the Levant”
T. Hodos, “The Future of Mediterranean Connectedness Studies”
E. Miller Bonney, “Reproducing the Past in Multiples: Shaping Past and Present Narratives”
S. Finlayson, “Going Round in Circles: Digitally Recreating Early Bronze Age Aegean Roller Seals”
K. Nikita, “Continuities and Discontinuities in Luxury Goods: The Case of Glass in Post-Palatial Mycenaean Greece”
L. Webster and S. Kleiman, “Change and Adaptability During the Late Bronze to Iron Age Transition: Insights from Radiocarbon and Pottery in the Southern Levant”
A. Yasur-Landau, “Rethinking the ‘Crisis Years’ in the Southern Levant: Canaanites, Philistines, Continuity and Connectivity ca. 1250-1050 BCE”
V. Orfanou, “From Collapse to Creative Destruction in the Late Bronze Age Southern Europe and the Eastern Mediterranean”
T. Carter and R. Moir, “Sourcing Obsidian from the Early Bronze Age Maritime Sanctuary of Keros (Cyclades, Greece): An Integrated Approach”
P. Tsakanikou, “Refloating the Aegean Lost Dryland: An Affordance-Based GIS Approach to Explore the Interaction Between Hominins and the Palaeolandscape”
E. Anderson, “The Touch of the Deep: Novel Engagements with Marine Beings in the Social Spaces of Minoan Crete”
P. Zeman, “Relational Urbanization in the Mycenaean Greece: Conflict De-escalation in Late Bronze Age Palatial Settlement Networks”
F. Chelazzi, O. Menozzi, S. Agostini, A. Ciarico, and E. Di Valerio, “Inter-Period Transitions: Exploring the Long-Term History of the Aceramic Neolithic Through the New Case Study of Pyrgos Ayia Marina”
C. Paraskeva, “Variations on a Theme: Reassessing the Philia Conundrum”
S. Menelaou, D. Bolger, L. Bombardieri, and L. Crewe, “Breaking Boundaries: Examining Transitional Periods and Technological Choices in Prehistoric South-West Cyprus Through Pottery Analysis”
M. Amadio and L. Bombardieri, “Abandonment Practices in the Transformative Middle Bronze Age Cyprus”
A. Georgiou, A. Georgiadou, and S. Fourrier, “Tradition and Innovation During the 12th-to-11th Century BC Transition in Cyprus: New Data from the Kition-Bamboula Settlement”
L. Recht, “Transformation and Deep Time: Animals in Prehistoric Cyprus”
K. Zeman-Wisniewska, “Doves and Pigeons in the Bronze Age Cyprus – Tracing Changing Human-Bird Relations”
E. Margaritis and C. Henkel, “Farming the Big Islands of the Mediterranean: Crete and Cyprus in the Bronze Age”
F. Meneghetti, “Cyprus™: Looking for Branding Practices In Late Bronze Age Cyprus”
F. Chelazzi, “From Isolated Data Silos to an Integrated and Multi-Proxy Regional Synthesis. Insights in a Pan-Mediterranean Approach to Human-Environment-Climate Interaction”
M. Bersani-Pancheri and A. Pedrotti, “Origin and Spread of Anthropomorphic-Pot from the Near East to Europe Between the 7th-6th Millennium BC”
S. Kapahnke, “Applying Optically Stimulated Luminescence to the Late Bronze Age Anchorage of Maroni-Tsaroukkas, Cyprus”
T. Moutsiou, “Obsidian Interconnections Across the Sea: The View From the Island of Cyprus”
A. Reingruber and G. Toufexis, “Environmental Change and Human Response in a Thessalian Basin Landscape South of Mt Olympus: A Diachronic Study (6500-3300 BC)”
L. Burkhardt, “Scaling Dynamics on the Southeast Balkans in the Late Bronze Age”
E. Pizzutia and F. Palazzini, “Tracing Connections: The Bronze Age Site of Torre Castelluccia in the Regional and Interregional Networks of the Gulf of Taranto”
N. Psonis, D. Vassou, E. Tabakaki, E. Stravopodi, and D. Kafetzopoulos, “Early Bronze Age Aegean Genomes from Perachora Cave, Corinth, Greece”
A. Avramidou, J. Donati, A. Garyfallopoulos, C. Karadima, C. Pardalidou, A. Sarris, and N. Papadopoulos, “The Peraia of Samothrace Project: New Archaeological Investigation in Aegean Thrace”
D. Michael and B. Molloy, “Exploring Temporal and Geographical Differentiations in Late Bronze Age Greece: A Comparative Bioarchaeological Approach”


The Connected Past 2020

On 29-30 September 2021 The Connected Past 2020: Artefactual Intelligence will be held in Aarhus, Denmark. Further information is available at Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
C. Mazzucato, “Networks of Houses and Networks of Objects: Creating and Interpreting Socio-Material Networks at Çatalhöyük”
H. Price, P. Gheorghiade, R. Rivers, T. Evans, and V. Vasiliauskaite, “An Information Theoretic Approach to Mycenaean Pottery Datasets”


Centenary of British Excavations at Mycenae

On 30 September – 1 October 2021 a conference Celebrating the Centenary of British Excavations at Mycenae and Remembering Alan Wace & Elizabeth French will be held virtually, hosted in Cambridge. Further information is available at The program will be:
D. Vasilikou, “Between myth and the material evidence. Panayotis Stamatakis at Mycenae”
K. Shelton, “Excavating Mycenae: the impact of the British School at Athens 100 years later”
S. Aulsebrook, “First steps on the road to understanding the role of metals in the Late Bronze Age community at Mycenae”
N. Blackwell, “Revisiting Alan Wace’s work on the chronology of Mycenae’s monuments through a stone working perspective”
A. Papadimitriou, “Αρχαιολογικές έρευνες στις Μυκήνες. Η συμβολή της Αρχαιολογικής Υπηρεσίας”
J. Bennet, “Linear B at Mycenae: why so late to arrive, why not more?”
E. Egan, “Πολύχρωμες Μυκήνες: the past, present, and future of wall painting studies at Agamemnon’s citadel”
C. Ichim, “Variations in chamber tomb traditions at Mycenae and beyond”


Gesture - Stance - Movement

On 11-13 November 2021 an international conference entitled Gesture - Stance - Movement. Communicating Bodies in the Aegean Bronze Age will be hosted in Heidelberg, either in hybrid form or entirely digitally depending on the Covid-19 pandemic situation. Further information is available at The program will be:
P. P. Betancourt, “Did the Goddess with Upright Arms have a Bench Shrine in the Inatos Cave?”
F. Blakolmer, “Beyond the Body: Facial Expression, Human Interaction and Narrativity in Minoan Iconography”
A. P. Chapin, “All Too Human? An Evolutionary Approach to Bodily Movement and Gesture in Aegean Art”
A. Dakouri-Hild, “Image and Affect: The Curious Case of Tanagra”
E. Drakaki, “‘It’s in the Hands’: A Gesture of Reverence or Strength?”
S. C. Ferrence, P. P. Betancourt, A. Giumlia-Mair, and James D. Muhly, “Two Embracing Men: A Mysterious Gold Pendant from the Cemetery of Petras, Siteia, Crete”
K. Giannaki, “The Function of Minoan Cheironomy”
U. Günkel-Maschek, “Expressions of Grief and Gestures of Lament in the Neopalatial Period”
B. R. Jones, “The Iconography of the Knossos Snake Goddesses Based on their Gestures, Stances, Movements and Attributes”
C. Kekes, “‘Hands on Abdomen’: Unveiling the Polysemy of an Aegean Gesture”
R. B. Koehl, “The Mycenaean Lunge and Thrust”
N. Marinatos, “Gestures in Minoan and Egyptian Art”
M. Mina, “Kept in the Dark: Bodily Movement as Multisensorial Experience in Minoan Cavernous Spaces”
M. Mitrovich, “The Human Body as a Shrine or the Breast of Both Worlds: The Application of Sociobiology and Evolutionary Psychology to the Study of the Iconography of the Human and the Divine in Bronze Age Crete”
L. Morgan, “Gesture and Movement in Wall Paintings as Directives of Viewing”
C. Murphy, “Tense Bodies and Formal Salutes: Examining Representations of the Male Torso”
D. Panagiotopoulos, “Powerless Images (?). (Mis-)reading Gestures and Stances in Aegean Iconography”
A. Papadopoulos and V. Pappa, “The Stages of Death in the Late Bronze Age Aegean: Before, During and After the Moment of Dying”
L. Phialon, “A Simple Touch? Reassessing Aegean Bronze Age Depictions of Human and Animal Figures Interacting with a Tree or a Column”
P. Ramirez-Valiente, “Gesturing Age, Posturing Gender. The Neolithic Antecedents of Bodily Comportment in the Aegean”
A. Simandiraki-Grimshaw, “Overt and Covert Bodily Communication in Bronze Age Crete”
A. Spiliotopoulou, “The Gesture of the Male Bronze Figurine from Katsambas”
C. Tully, “Against Nature: Tree-Shaking Action in Minoan Glyptic Art as Agonistic Behaviour”
V. Verešová, “Triumph and Defeat. Emulating Postures of Near Eastern Rulers in Aegean Iconography”
D. Wolf, “Ariadne’s Dance: Staging Female Gesture in Neopalatial Soft Stone Glyptic”
S. Aulsebrook, “Vessel-Based Gestures in Aegean Bronze Age Iconography”
T. Boloti, “do-ra pe-re: Bodies in Ritual Action(s) in the Aegean 2nd Millennium B.C.”
M. Carbonari, “Gesture, Action and Conflict: Hunters and Prey in Mycenaean Wall Paintings”
E. C. Egan, “Mirror Images: Dual Bodies and Illusion in Aegean Art”
F. Franković and U. Matić, “The Last Man Standing – Body Poses of Defeated Warriors in Late Bronze Age Aegean Iconography and Their Egyptian Comparanda”
J. E. Heywood, “Funeral or ‘Biography’? Re-considering the Potential Identities of Figures on the LM III Hagia Triada Sarcophagus”
L. A. Hitchcock, “From the Here and Now, to the There and Then: The Most Powerful Woman in Minoan Crete?”
S. Kiorpe, “Talking from the Grave: Communicative Gestures and the Creation of Communal Ties in EBA Burials from the Petras Cemetery, Siteia, Crete”
L. Valentinová, “Non-Narrative Rendering of Individual Identity: The Diagramming of Femaleness in the Adorants Fresco”


PEBA 2022

On 26-29 May 2022 a conference entitled Perspectives on Balkan Archaeology (PEBA 2022): The Mechanism of Power in Bronze and Iron Ages in Southeastern Europe will be held in Ohrid, Republic of North Macedonia. Further information is available at Papers of interest to Nestor readers will include:
M. Gori, “Hunting for Prestige – Mobility, Raw Material and insignia”
L. Burkhardt, “Socio-economic mechanisms in the context of the Ada Tepe goldmine (LBA)”
Z. Videski, “Absence of Power? The Social Structure of the Late Bronze Age Society”
R. Kurti, “From Invisible Men of the Early Iron Age to the Warrior Elites of the Late Iron Age in Albania”
S. Pabst, “Supra-regional Power Structures Reflected in Burial Equipment of the Iron Age Necropolis at Vergina in Central Macedonia”
A. Panti, “Early Iron Age Settlements in the Thermaic Gulf and the Halkidiki peninsula. Tracing their Socio-political Identity”
T. Krapf, “Settlement Patterns in Albania at the turn from the Bronze to the Iron Age”
E. Baci, “Geospatial Analyses of Settlement Patterns in Albania (1100 BCE–395 CE)”

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