With contributions by
Maria Andreadaki-Vlasaki Helmut Brückner, Stella Drougou, Rune Frederiksen, Vincent Gabrielsen, Erik Hallager, Søren Handberg, Alexander Herda, Bjørn Lovén, Marc Müllenhoff, Silke Müth, Mads Møller Nielsen, Thomas Heine Nielsen, Wolfgang Rabbel, Klavs Randsborg, , Karen Nystrøm Simonsen, Harald Stümpel, Yannis Tzedakis and Olympia Vikatou
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Table of contents
An Essay on the Extent and Significance of the Greek Athletic Culture in the Classical Period
The Piraeus and the Athenian Navy: recent archaeological and historical advances
On the Lion Harbour and other Harbours in Miletos: recent historical, archaeological, sedimentological, and geophysical research
The historical context of the city wall of Messene: preconditions, written sources, success balance, and societal impacts
Emplekton Technique in Fortification at Ithome/Messene, Megalopolis, and Mantinea: the work of Theban military engineers?
Hellenistic Pottery ─ Content and Methodology
Art Historical Studies
Immortalised in Marble: Lord Byron portrayed by Bertel Thorvaldsen
Reports on Danish Fieldwork in Greece
The Greek-Swedish Excavations at Kastelli, Khania 2001: a preliminary report
Excavations at the Agia Aikaterini Square, Kastelli, Khania 2005 and 2008: a preliminary report
The Danish-Greek Excavations at Kalydon, Aitolia. The Theatre: preliminary report from the 2011 and 2012 campaigns
Zea Harbour Project: preliminary report 2009-2010
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