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New York Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium

The
 program
 of
 the
 New
 York
 Aegean
 Bronze
 Age
 Colloquium has
 been
 announced
 for
 winter
 and
 spring
 2011.
 All
 lectures
 will
 be
 held
 at
 the
 Institute
 of
 Fine
 Arts,
 One
 East
 78th 
Street 
at 
6:30
pm.
 Please 
R.S.V.P.
 to
 212‐992‐5803
 or
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28
 January 
2011: 
N. 
Momigliano, 
"Bronze 
Age
 Carians
 at
 Iasos"

11
 February
 2011:
 R.
 Janko,
 "From
 Bronze
 Age
 to
 Iron
 Age:
 Linguistic
 Continuities
 and Discontinuities 
in
 the
 Aegean"

11 
March
 2011: 
M. 
Iakovou, 
Title 
TBA

 

15
 April
 2011:
 P.
 A.
 Pantou,
 "The
 Development
 of
 Social
 Ranking
 and
 Mycenaean
 State Formation 
in
 Thessaly"

Mycenaean Wall Paintings in Context: New Discoveries and Old Finds Reconsidered

On
 11‐13
 February
 2011
 a
 workshop
 entitled
 Mycenaean
 Wall
 Paintings
 in
 Context:
 New
 Discoveries
 and
 Old
 Finds
 Reconsidered will
 be
 held
 in
 Athens,
 organized
 by
 the
 Institute
 of 
Greek 
and 
Roman 
Antiquity 
(KERA), 
the 
American 
School 
of 
Classical 
Studies 
at
 Athens
 (ASCSA),
 and
 the
 Department
 of
 Classics
 of
 the
 University
 of
 Cincinnati.
 Further
 information
 is
 available 
at
 http://ascsa.edu.gr/. The
 program 
will
 be:

J. 
Bennet, 
"Telltale
 Depictions: 
A 
Contextual 
View 
of 
Mycenaean 
Wall‐Paintings"

A.
 G.
 Vlachopoulos,
 "Detecting
 'Mycenaean'
 Elements
 on
 the
 'Minoan'
 Wall‐Paintings
 of
 a 'Cycladic' 
Settlement. 
The 
Wall‐Paintings 
of 
Thera
 and 
Their 
Iconographic 
Koine"

A.
 Vasilogamvrou,
 "Preliminary
 Study
 of
 the
 First
 Mycenaean
 Fresco
 Fragments
 from Laconia"

M.
 B.
 Cosmopoulos, 
"A
 Group
 of
 New 
Mycenaean 
Frescoes 
from 
Iklaina,
 Pylos"

S. 
Stocker 
and 
J.
 Davis, 
"Land
 and
 Sea:
 The 
Stratigraphic
 Context
 for
 the
 Wall‐Paintings
 from Hall
 64
 at
 the
 'Palace 
of
 Nestor'
 at
 Pylos"

H. 
Brecoulaki,
 S.
 Stocker,
 J. 
Davis, 
and 
E. 
Egan, 
"An 
Unprecedented
 Naval 
Scene 
from
 Hall 
64 at
 the 
'Palace 
of 
Nestor', 
Pylos"

K. 
Demakopoulou 
and 
C. 
Boulotis, 
"Evidence 
for 
Mycenaean 
Wall‐Paintings 
at 
Midea"

Y.
 Sakellarakis,
 I.
 Tournavitou,
 and
 H.
 Brecoulaki,
 "A
 Preliminary
 Presentation
 of
 the Mycenaean 
Wall‐Paintings 
from 
Argos"

A. 
Papadimitriou, 
J.
Maran, 
and 
U. 
Thaler, 
"A 
New 
Wall‐Painting 
Scene 
from 
Tiryns"

C.
 Boulotis, 
"Flying 
Blue 
Birds 
on 
an 
Offering 
Table 
from
 Tiryns"

I.
 Tournavitou,
 "Sport,
 Prestige,
 and
 Ritual
 Outside
 the
 Palaces:
 Pictorial
 Frescoes
 from
 the West
 House 
at 
Mycenae"

K.
 Shelton, 
"LH
IIIA 
Frescoes 
from 
Petsas 
House, 
Mycenae: 
Splatters, 
Patterns 
and 
Scenes"

D.
 Wardle,
 "The
 Wall‐Painting
 from
 the
 'Room
 with
 the
 Fresco'
 at
 Mycenae:
 Context
 and Content"

E. 
Palaiologou, 
"A 
Female 
Painted 
Plaster 
Figurine 
from 
Mycenae"

E.
 Kountouri,
 "Bits
 and
 Pieces:
 New
 Evidence
 Unfolds.
 Wall‐Painting
 Fragments
 from
 the
 Stratified 
Context 
of 
Spourlis 
Property 
in 
Thebes"

T. 
Spyropoulos,
 "Mural 
Paintings 
from
 the 
Mycenaean 
Palace 
of 
Boeotian 
Orchomenos"

C. 
Boulotis, 
"A 
Dolphin 
Frieze 
and
 Nautili
 (?) 
from
 the 
Mycenaean 
Citadel 
of 
Gla, 
Boeotia"

In Poseidons Realm XVI

On
 18‐20
 February
 2011
 the
 conference
 In
 Poseidons
 Realm
 XVI:
 Early
 Seafaring
 of
 the 
Mediterranean 
Sea - 
­
From
 the
 Beginning 
until 
the
 Late 
Bronze 
Age 
800 
BC. 
Frühe
 Seefahrt
 im
 Mittelmeer 
–
 Von
 den
 Anfängen
 bis
 zum
 Ende
 der
 Bronzezeit
 800
 v.
 Chr. will
 be
 held
 in
 Heidelberg,
 in
 conjunction
 with
 the
 exhibition
 *Islands
 of
 Winds*-Maritime
 Culture 
of 
the 
Bronze 
Age
 Aegean, 
on
 display 
from 
27 
November 
2010
 through
 24
 July 
2011
 at
 the
 Institute
 of
 Classical
 Archaeology
 of
 the
 Ruprecht‐Karls‐University
 Heidelberg.
 Further
 information
 is
 available
 at
 http://www.deguwa.org/. Papers
 of
 interest
 to
 Nestor
 readers 
will 
include:

S.
 Wachsmann, 
"Minoan/Cycladic 
Ships: 
An
 Overview"

D. 
Kamarinou, 
"'OUROS
ANEMOS'
 in 
the
 Bronze 
Age 
Aegean"

O.
 Bounegru,
 "Die
 'homerischen
 Schiffe'.
 Zu
 einer
 Kontroverse
 über
 Terminologie
 und Bilder"

A.
 Göttlicher, 
"Dekorative 
Aspekte
 altägäischer 
Schiffsikonographie"

D.
 P.
 Mielke
 and
 T.
 X.
 Schuhmacher,
 "Zeugnisse
 prähistorischer
 Seefahrt
 –
 Die Schiffspetroglyphen 
auf
 der 
Iberischen
 Halbinsel"

C. 
S. 
Agourides, 
"The 
Late
 Bronze
 Age
 Shipwreck 
at 
the
 Islet 
of 
Modi 
(Poros)"

C. 
Pulak, 
"The
 Stone
 Anchors
 of 
the
 Uluburun
 Ship"

I. 
Radic 
Rossi, 
"Evidence
 of 
Bronze 
Age 
Seafaring 
in 
Croatian 
Waters"

M.
 Gkioni,
 G.
 Ferentinos,
 M.
 Geraga
 and
 G.
 Papatheodorou,
 "Do
 you
 want
 to
 go
 for
 a
 trip
 in
 the
 islands?
 Discussion
 about
 the
 beginning
 of
 seafaring
 in
 the
 Aegean
 and
 Ionian
 Seas
 (Greece)"

K. 
Dellaporta, 
"Early
 Seafaring 
in
 the
 Ionian
 Sea"

F. 
Tiboni,
 "Sailing
 Vessels
 of
 the
 Bronze 
Age 
Mediterranean:
 From 
Convoy 
to
 Fleet"

M.
 Müller, 
"Neue
 Sicht
auf
alte
 Tafeln
 – 
Ein 
Ende
der
pylischen 
Küstenwache?"

A. 
Pavic,
"Kontrollierte 
Handelswege? 
Seerouten
in
der 
Ostadria
 (1300‐800
v.
Chr.)"

R. 
K. 
Pedersen,
 "Emerging
 Maritime 
Paradigms
 for 
the
 Bronze
 Age
 in
 Lebanon"

A.
 Vianello,
 "Late
 Bronze
 Age
 long‐distance
 maritime
 trade
 as
 cultural
 agency:
 The
 case
 of
 non‐palatial
contexts"

T.
 Schmitt,
 "THALASSOKRATIA
 und
 Realität.
 Grundsätzliches
 zu
 'Seemacht'
 und
 'Seeschlacht'
 bis
 zu 
den 
Perserkriegen"

H.
 Haarmann,
"Seafaring 
and 
related 
ritual
 activity
 in 
the 
Aegean 
Bronze
 Age"

D.
 Panagiotopoulos,
 "The
 Eastern
 Mediterranean
 Nexus.
 Late
 Bronze
 Age
 Cultural Interaction
 and 
the 
Impact
 of
 the 
Maritime
 Element"

D. 
Blackman, 
"Minoan
 Shipsheds"

M. 
Artzy,
 "Tell
 Abu
 Hawam 
to
 Athlit:
 From
 Anchorage 
to 
Artificial
 Harbor"

E. 
Galili, 
N.
 Gale 
und
 B. 
Rosen,
 "Late
 Bronze
 Age 
Cargoes
 of 
Tin
 and
 Copper 
Ingots
 from 
the Carmel 
Coast, 
Israel"

E.
 Grossmann, 
"Maritime 
Tel 
Michal, 
Israel"

D.
 Sakellariou, 
"The
 submerged
 city 
of
 Pavlopetri"

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