The Black Sea in the light of new archaeological data and theoretical approaches : proceedings of the 2nd international workshop on the Black Sea in antiquity held in Thessaloniki, 18-20 September 2015
International Workshop on the Black Sea in Antiquity (Author), Manolis Manoledakis (Editor)
The Black Sea in the Light of New Archaeological Data and Theoretical Approaches contains 19 papers on the archaeology and ancient history of the Black Sea region, covering a vast period of time, from the Early Iron Age until the Late Roman – Early Byzantine Periods.
Print Book, English, 2016
Archaeopress Publishing Ltd, Oxford, 2016
1 v. (VIII-289 p.) : illustrations en noir et en coul., cartes, couv. illustrations en coul. ; 30 cm
Introduction (Manolis Manoledakis) ; NORTHERN BLACK SEA ; Houses of the Berezan Settlement: Some Observations on the Features of Archaic Residential Buildings (Dmitry Chistov) ; Polish excavations at Tyritake 2008-2014. A small revolution in archaic architecture (Alfred Twardecki) ; Some observations on defixiones from Olbia and Bosporus (Alexey V. Belousov) ; Greeks in the Asiatic Bosporus: New Evidence and Some Thoughts (Gocha R. Tsetskhladze) ; The Taurians in the Greek literary tradition (5th – 1st centuries BC) (Ioannis K. Xydopoulos) ; Deukalion the Scythian (David Braund) ; WESTERN BLACK SEA ; Searching for Nomads in Iron Age Thrace (Adela Sobotkova) ; The emporion of Pistiros: Hippodamean foundation and market place (Jan Bouzek) ; Βόρυζα πόλις Ποντική (Miroslav Ivanov Vasilev) ; Votive and other pottery from a sanctuary of Demeter in Apollonia Pontica (Margarit Damyanov) ; Adornments or amulets? Personal ornaments of Apollonian children in Pontic context (Mila Chacheva) ; Apollonia Pontica (Sozopol, Bulgaria): the results of the Franco-Bulgarian archaeological mission (Alexandre Baralis, Krastina Panayotova, Teodora Bogdanova, Martin Gyuzelev, Dimitar Nedev, Kostantin Gospodinov) ; Nemesis’ Cult and the Arena Spectacles. Evidence from the Black Sea Region (Georgia Aristodemou) ; SOUTHERN BLACK SEA ; Excavations at Tios: 2006 – 2015 (Sümer Atasoy) ; Sinope, new understandings of the early colony based on recent research at Sinop Kale (Owen Doonan) ; The rescue excavation of the Hacılarobası tumulus (Şahin Yıldırım and Nimet Demirci Bal) ; A Preliminary Study on the Roman Period at Komana (D. Burcu Erciyas and Mustafa N. Tatbul) ; PONTUS AND THE OUTSIDE WORLD ; Coins from the Propontis and the Black Sea found during the Metro excavations in Thessaloniki (Anna Argyri, Ioannis Birtsas and Manolis Manoledakis) ; Macedonia and the Black Sea in the era of Phillip II and Alexander the Great (Polyxeni Adam-Veleni)