3 edition of Bronze Age ashlar masonry in the eastern Mediterranean found in the catalog.
Bronze Age ashlar masonry in the eastern Mediterranean
|Statement||by Gunnel Hult.|
|Series||Studies in Mediterranean archaeology ;, v. 66|
|LC Classifications||DS54.3 .H85 1983|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||132 p. :|
|Number of Pages||132|
|LC Control Number||84114192|
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Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology. Pocket-book Goteborg: Paul Astr6ms Forlag, PP. Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus, Ugarit, and Neighbor-ing Regions. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology, The Imported Bronze and Iron Age Wares from Area II, X. Publications de l'Universite Libanaise, Section. Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians 1 June ; 46 (2): – doi: Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean, Goteborg, , S will receive an email with a link to 'Earthquake-Resistant Construction and the Wrath of the "Earth-Shaker"' and will not need an account to access the content.
Th e Mesopotamian Bronze Age architecture was constructed of mudbrick. 53 Stone blocks were exclusively used in foun dat ions and on ly where th ey could easily be obtained On the other hand, in Crete and the Levant stone dadoes (orthostates) are known from at least the beginning of the Middle Bronze Age on Ashlar floorings were very. 2. Problematizing Greek Colonization in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Seventh and Sixth Centuries BC: The Case Of Soli (Remzi Yağcı) 3. The Göksu River Valley from Late Bronze to Iron Age: Local Cultures, External Influences, and Relations with Foreign .
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Hult, G. Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus, Ugarit, and Neighbouring Regions. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Göteborg, Sweden: P.
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Ashlar. Exploring the materiality of cut stone masonry in the eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age. Louvain-la-Neuve - th of March - Musée L-Auditorium du Monceau.
The purpose of this workshop is to explore the materiality of cut stone masonry in the different regions of the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean. The Bronze Age in the Lebanon (Contributions to the Chronology of the Eastern Mediterranean) by Ernst Czerny (Author), Manfred Bietak (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important.
ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Cited by: 4. Exploring the Materiality of Cut Stone Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age will be held in Louvain‐la‐Neuve, Belgium.
Papers and posters of interest to Nestor readers will include: M. Devolder, I. Kreimerman, and J. Driessen, “Cut Stone Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age. Cut stone masonry is one of the most prominent features that characterises monumental architecture, the appearance of which is imbued with symbolic meaning and corollary to wholesale changes in the societies of the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean.
Gunnel Hult, Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean. Cyprus, Ugarit and Neighbouring RegionsAuthor: Robert Laffineur. Hult, Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean. Gesell, Town, Palace & House Cult in Minoan Crete. Melas, The Islands of Karpathos, Saros and Kasos in the Neolithic and Bronze Age.
Hallager, E., The Master Impression. A Clay Sealing from the Greek-Swedish excavations at Kastelli, Khania. Peltenburg et al., Lemba Archaeological. Thursday 8th of March - REGISTRATION.
- Cut Stone Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age. Exploring Forms, Techniques and Building Processes - Maud Devolder (UCLouvain), Igor Kreimerman (Hebrew University of Jerusalem), and Jan Driessen (UCLouvain).
Bronze Age ashlar masonry in the eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus, Ugarit and neighbouring regions By Gunnel Hult Topics: Arkeologi Främre Asien, Arkitektur Främre Asien ForntidenAuthor: Gunnel Hult.
IIIA. In addition, Hult's () in-depth study of ashlar masonry in the eastern Mediterranean demonstrates that ashlar architecture on Cyprus was not derived from the Aegean tradition.
Although Syria is a more likely point of origin or inspiration (Hult ), Wright ( ) concludes that the LC ashlar style seems to be its own creationAuthor: Kevin D. Fisher. This book should be read by a readership wider than that composed of specialists in the Bronze Age eastern Mediterranean, as the world-systems approach remains a powerful tool and should not be dismissed as so last century.
--Antiquity, vol. 84, issueDecember /5(3). The Late Bronze Age ushered in a period of expanded international relations stretching from Mesopotamia across the eastern Mediterranean. A long history of metalworking in Anatolia.
of Ashlar Masonry in the Southern and Eastern Aegean” N. Blackwell, “Tool Traditions and Ashlar Masonry in Late Bronze Age Cyprus and Mycenaean Greece” A. Boleti, “Stone Tools and Cut Stone Masonry Techniques in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age.
Materials, Technology and Transfers” Ö. This book is an extremely important piece of research that opens up new vistas in the study of painted plaster in the ancient Aegean and its influence and appearance throughout the eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age.
The author has clearly opened the door for a. Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus, Ugarit, and Neighbouring Regions.
[REVIEW] E. Peltenburg & G. Hult - - Journal of Hellenic Studies Chapter Eight Environment and Settlement Analysis: Investigating the Bronze and Iron Age Latium Vetus Physical and Political by: The Near Eastern Presence in the Bronze Age Aegean, ca. B.C. Interconnections based on the Material Record and the Written Evidence plus Orientalia.
A Catalogue of Egyptian, Mitannian, Syro-Palestinian, Cypriot. HULT (G.) Bronze Age ashlar masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus, Ugarit, and neighbouring regions. (Studies in Mediter-ranean archaeology, ) G6teborg: Astr6m. [vi]+illus. (incl. plates, text figs.), 3 maps.
The occurrence of ashlar masonry in Cyprus c. B.C. at the time of the movements of the Sea. This chapter provides an overview of possible types of cultural contact between Egypt and the Eastern Mediterranean and of the available sources, both archaeological and textual, and their interpretational values and problems.
The focus is on the Early and Middle Bronze Ages, corresponding to the Early Dynastic period, the Old Kingdom, the First Intermediate Period, the Middle Kingdom, and the Author: Bettina Bader.
This volume is the reflection of an international conference which brought together specialists from two sides of the Eastern Mediterranean, the Near East and the Aegean, two areas that interrelated at different levels and at different moments during the Bronze Age, in order to examine how public architecture was used within this process.Copper and bronzeworking in Early through Middle Bronze Age Cyprus.
[Studies in Mediterranean archaeology and literature, Pocket-book ] xxxv + pages, 91 figures, 38 plates, tables.“Exploring Late Bronze Age stone-working connections through metal tools: Evidence from Crete, Mainland Greece, and Cyprus” in ASHLAR: Exploring the materiality of cut stone masonry in the eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age.
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