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Midea: The Megaron Complex And Shrine Area

Excavations on the Lower Terraces 1994-1997 (Prehistory Monographs) (Prehistory Monographs)

by Gisela Walberg

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Published by INSTAP Academic Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Prehistoric archaeology,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology,
  • Ancient Greece,
  • History / Ancient History,
  • Ancient - Greece,
  • Archaeology,
  • Antiquities,
  • Argolis (Greece),
  • Excavations (Archaeology),
  • Midea (Extinct city)

  • The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages550
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL12308266M
    ISBN 101931534195
    ISBN 109781931534192

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    The archaeological site of Menelaion (translit. Menelaeion) (Ancient Greek: Μενελάειον) is located approximately 5 km from the modern city of geographical structure of this site includes a hill complex (Northern hill, Menelaion, Profitis Ilias and Aetos). The archaic name of the place is mentioned as Therapne (Ancient Greek: Θεράπνη).Location: Sparti, Greece. Traces of walls found at the centre of the Upper Acropolis, where the rock had been leveled, were attributed by the first excavator to the Mycenaean palace of Midea. On the lower northeast terraces of the Acropolis was found a complex of buildings, the most important of which is a large rectangular construction in the form of a “megaron”.


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Midea: The Megaron Complex And Shrine Area by Gisela Walberg Download PDF EPUB FB2

Midea is one of the three Mycenaean citadels in the Argolid with preserved Cyclopean walls, gates, and bastions. The area enclosed by the fortification wall is larger than that of Mycenae and Tiryns (Pl.

1a). Midea is located in the eastern part of the plain (Figs. Midea: The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area (Prehistory Monographs) by Walberg, Gisela and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This volume presents the excavation of the Lower Terraces of the Mycenaean citadel of Midea in the Argolid Plain of Greece.

It compliments the author's previous volume on the Lower Terraces of Midea, which was published in A shrine and meg. This volume presents the excavation of the Lower Terraces of the Mycenaean citadel of Midea in the Argolid Plain of Greece. It compliments the author's previous volume on the Lower Terraces of Midea, which was published in A shrine and megaron were discovered on Terraces 9 and Midea: the Megaron Complex and shrine area.

Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press, (OCoLC) Online version: Walberg, Gisela. Midea: the Megaron Complex and shrine area. Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press, (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors.

Review of Midea: The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area. Excavations on the Lower Terraces • Vol. 1: Text; Vol.

2: Figures and Plates, by G. Walberg. GnoSummary: This volume presents the excavation of the Lower Terraces of the Mycenaean citadel of Midea in the Argolid Plain of Greece. It compliments the author's previous volume on the Lower Terraces of Midea, which was published in A shrine and megaron.

Excavations focused on the megaron complex (Terrace 10) and the adjacent shrine area (Terrace 9). They provided limited further evidence for cult — the area east of the megaron, adjacent to the fortification wall, is now dubbed the “Shrine Area” — as well as.

The Fingerprints, in Midea: The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area Excavations on the Lower Terraces TEXT BY Gisela Walberg with appendices by. Prehistory Monographs 44$80, HB, p, 8 tbls & b/w figs,INSTAP Academic Press Special Offer Price $64$48, pdf Special Offer Price $ MIDEA.

Edited book (single editor) Walberg, G., ed. Midea: The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area. Excavations on the Lower Terraces Prehistory Monographs 20 (Philadelphia: Institute for Aegean Prehistory Academic Press). Cite it this way only if you do not intend to refer to a specific passage within; if.

Midea: The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area. Excavations on the Lower. T erraces – Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press. Whittaker, Helène.

“Reflections on the Sociopolitical Author: Susan Lupack. A.W. Persson, New Tombs at Dendra near MideaP. Astrom, The Cuirass Tomb and other finds at Dendra, 2: Excavations in the Cemeteries, the Lower Town and the CidatelK. Demakopoulou, ΄΄Mycenaean Citadels: Recent Excavations on the Acropolis of Midea in the Argolid΄΄, Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies (English) In: Midea.

The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area: Excavations on the Lower Terraces – / [ed] G. Walberg, Philadelphia,Chapter in book (Other (popular science, discussion, etc.)) Series. Midea is considered as the third most important fortified Mycenaean Acropolis of Argolida, after Mycenae and Tiryns.

The cyclopean fortifications, the findings of recent excavations, the position of the mythology and its connection with the extensive Mycenaean cemetery in the neighbouring Dendra, rank Midea in the major Mycenaean centres of the.

Another appeared in the autumn of (G. Walberg, Midea: The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area. Excavations on the Lower Terraces ). Students have given papers at the AIA-meetings and written MA-theses using Midea material which will also be included in a number of PhD dissertations.

“The LH IIIB Decorated Pottery”, in Walberg, G., Midea: The Megaron Complex and Shrine Area: Excavations on the Lower Terraces –(March ).

Chapter Mar Occupation: Assistant Collections Curator, Archaeology. New listing Midea DE12G13 household soya bean milk machine home soymilk maker juicer V.

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Abadie-Reynal, Catherine, La céramique romaine d’Argos (fin du II e s. av. J.-C.-fin du IV e s. ap. J.-C.). Études péloponnésiennes, Athens: École. Midea: The Megaron Complex And Shrine Area by Gisela Walberg 2 editions - first published in Köp böcker från förlag Institute for Aegean Prehistory: Marsa Matruh II; Ayioryitika; Soil Science and Archaeology