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Author Morgan, Catherine, 1961-

Title The late bronze age settlement and early iron age sanctuary / Catherine Morgan.

Published Princeton, N.J. : American Shool of Classical Studies at Athens, 1999.


Location Call No. Status
 UniM Bail f  938.7 MORG    AVAILABLE
Physical description pages cm.
Series Isthmia ; v. 8.
Isthmia ; v. 8.
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part I. Material Evidence -- I.2 Pottery 35 -- I.3 Metal Objects / Isabelle Raubitschek 157 -- I.4 Three Possible Early Dedications of Arms and Armor at Isthmia / Alastar Jackson 161 -- I.5 Figurines / David Mitten, Catherine Morgan 167 -- I.6 Late Bronze Age Activity in the Vicinity of the Temenos 177 -- I.7 Location of Early Iron Age Activity / Elizabeth R. Gebhard 195 -- Part II. Analysis -- II.1 Late Bronze Age Pottery 231 -- II.2 Bronze Age/Iron Age Transition at Isthmia 251 -- II.3 Early Iron Age Pottery 261 -- II.4 Nature of Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age Activity at Isthmia 295 -- Part III. Interpretation -- III.1 Isthmia and the Late Bronze Age Corinthia 347 -- III.2 Early Development of the Isthmian Sanctuary, CA. 1050-800 B.C. 369 -- III.3 Eighth Century 401 -- Appendix 1. Late Bronze Age Activity in the Vicinity of the Isthmian Plateau 435 -- Appendix 2. Distribution of Nonceramic Finds 448 -- Appendix 3. Distribution of Early Iron Age Pottery 450 -- Appendix 4. Gazetteer of Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Activity in the Corinthia 467.
Summary Excavations at the Isthmian Sanctuary and Fortress, undertaken since the 1950s by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, have uncovered 150-plus graves and 100-plus skeletons. Under the direction of Paul Clement, a team sponsored by the U. of California at Los Angeles investigated these burials; analysis and publication of the material fell to Timothy E. Gregory, director of a team sponsored by the Ohio State U. As part of a larger study of the historical setting of the graves, Joseph L. Rife (Vanderbilt U.) began work on the graves in 1995, and this volume contains his findings. Coverage encompasses the end of the fourth century to the seventh or eighth century. (A future volume will cover the Late Archaic and Classical findings and context.) Distribution in North America is by The David Brown Book Co. Annotation ©2012 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (
Subject Pottery, Ancient -- Greece -- Isthmía -- Catalogs.
Excavations (Archaeology) -- Greece -- Isthmía.
Isthmía (Greece) -- Antiquities.
Greece -- Antiquities.
ISBN 0876619383 (alk. paper)