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

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

This quantity offers the papers from the convention "Crete 2000: A Centennial occasion of yankee Archaeological paintings on Crete (1900-2000)," held in Athens from July 10-12, 2000. the yank institution of Classical reports at Athens and the Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP) examine heart for East Crete equipped the convention. students partaking 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 subsequent sections: exchange, Society and faith, Chronology and heritage, panorama and Survey, and know-how and construction.

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In 1910, Hall joined Seager to excavate Sphoungaras near Gournia. Seager brought Lady Waldron, whom Edith Hall described as a middle-aged friend of his (Hall 1904e), as a chaperone. They went by boat to Pacheia Ammos, but Hall went by horseback in two days, stopping at Neapolis overnight. Seager had built a new house in Pacheia Ammos in 1909. Hall found the house nicer than expected, built of stone and concrete with a plain outer façade and interior court. They found the cemetery at Sphoungaras on the first day of excavation.

Seager’s love of pottery and its decoration was to provide his greatest contribution to Minoan archaeology. The East Cretan sequence he developed is the basis of what is used today. Seager’s work at Vasiliki is published in Transactions of the Department of Archaeology, Free Museum of Science and Art I (Seager 1905) and II (Seager 1907) and in a chapter in Gournia (Seager 1908). In 1970, Antonios Zois opened new excavations at Vasiliki to clarify Seager’s work (Betancourt 2000b). 12 GESELL Figure 13.

1997. , 1997, pp. 171–176. ———. 1999. , 1999, pp. 244–245. , and C. Davaras, eds. 1995. Pseira I. The Minoan Buildings on the West Side of Area A, Philadelphia. ———. 1998. Pseira II. Building AC (the “Shrine”) and Other Buildings in Area A, Philadelphia. ———. 1999. Pseira IV. Minoan Buildings in Areas B, C, D, and F, Philadelphia. ———. 2002. Pseira VI. The Pseira Cemetery 1. The Surface Survey, Philadelphia. ———. 2003. Pseira VII. The Pseira Cemetery 2. Excavation of the Tombs, Philadelphia.

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