On Opium, Pots, People & Places
Selected Papers. An Honorary
Volume for Robert S. Merrillees
Edited By Paul Astrom
Paul Astroms Forlag
386 pages, Illustrated, 6 ¾" x 9 ¾"
Contents include: An Archaeological Student Abroad, Opium Trade in the Bronze Age Levant, Reflections on the Late Bronze Age in Cyprus, Two Late Cypriote Vases, The Early History of Late Cypriote I, Alasia, Aegean Bronze Age Relations with Egypt, Settlement, Sanctuary and Cemetery in Bronze Age Cyprus, The Absolute Chronology of the Bronze Age in Cyprus, Opium Again in Antiquity, Representation of the Human Form in Prehistoric Cyprus, Professor James R. Stewart: A biographical Lecture,
What's in a Name? - Henna and the Name of Cyprus, Mother and Child: A Late Cypriote Variation on an Eternal Theme, Highs and Lows in the Holy Land: Opium in Biblical Times, The Principles of Cypriote Bronze Age Pottery Classification, The Absolute Chronology of the Bronze Age in Cyprus: A Revision, Australian Diggers in Cyprus in 1941, The Ordeal of Shaving in a Frozen Lake, A Stone Anthropomorphic Bas Relief from Middle Bronze Age Cyprus, Post Mortem on a Corpus. A Review Article on Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology volumes III:1 and LXXXII,
Alashia Revisited Again, Egyptomania in Australia, Schliemann and Ohnefalsch-Richter: The Cyprus Connection, The Levantine Branch of the von Heidenstam Family in the 19th Century A.D., Egypt and the Aegean, Israel in Egypt Down Under: The First Synagogues in Australia, Greece and the Australian Classical Connection, T.B. Sandwich and the Beginnings of Cypriote Archaeology, The Relative and Absolute Chronology of the Cypriote White Painted Pendent Line Style.
Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology & Literature, No. 167
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