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Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens II

A part of the series Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens and the subject areas and


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411 pages, ill.
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ISBN 87 7288 722 2

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Every second year the Danish Institute at Athens publishes a volume presenting the new results of Danish field archaeology in Greece and the Eastern Mediterranean and new research in this area by Danish as well as international scholars.

The articles of this volume deal with, among other subjects, the Cyclades and the Mainland in the Shaft Grave Period, the early sanctuary of the Argive Heraion and its external relations, revival of Archaic funerary practices in the Hellenistic and Roman Kerameikos, the Mausoleum of Halicarnassus, Third Preliminary Report of The Danish Archaeological Excavations at Panayia Emattousa, Cyprus and Hans Christian Andersen's Visit to the Acropolis on 27th March 1841.

Table of contents

Preface, Søren Dietz and Signe Isager

The Cyclades and the Mainland in the Shaft Grave Period - a summary, Søren Dietz

The Early Sanctuary of the Argive Heraion and its External Relations (8th - Early 6th Cent. B.C.), Ingrid Strøm

Revival of Archaic Funerary Practices in the Hellenistic and Roman Kerameikos, Sanne Houby-Nielsen

The Column Shafts of the Propylaia and Stoa in the Sanctuary of Athena at Lindos, Jari Pakkanen

Das Maussolleion von Halikarnassos, Forschungsbericht 1997, Kristian Jeppesen

Surveys and Excavations in Chalkis, Aetolias 1995-1996. First preliminary report, Søren Dietz, Lazaros Kolonas, Ioannis Moschos and Sanne Houby-Nielsen

Third Preliminary Report of The Danish Archaeological Excations at Panayia Ematousa, Aradippou, Cyprus, Lone Wriedt Sørensen with contributions by Anne Destrooper-Georgiades, Rune Frederiksen, Kristina Winther Jacobsen and John Lund

Hans Christian Andersen's Visit to the Acropolis on 27th March 1841, Ingrid Strøm

Propertius and the monumenta of Actium. (IV, 6 as a topographical source), Jacob Isager