2 edition of Early metallurgy in Cyprus, 4000-500 B.C. found in the catalog.
Early metallurgy in Cyprus, 4000-500 B.C.
Diethnes Archaiologiko Synedrio (1981 Larnaca, Cyprus)
|Statement||editors, James D. Muhly, Robert Maddin, Vassos Karageorghis.|
|Contributions||Muhly, James David., Maddin, Robert., Karageorghis, Vassos., Hidryma Pieridē., Cyprus. Tmēma Archaiotētōn.|
|LC Classifications||TN645.C95 I58 1981|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||382 p., 28 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||382|
(33) See the discussion following Muhlyis paper in Muhly, Maddin, Karageorghis (eds.), Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, B.C., Ni¬ cosia , (34) Cited by: 1. As the most valuable of commodities (in addition to being compact and easily portable), metals are a great incentive to trade. The extensive deposits of copper on Cyprus bring the island much wealth from about BC (Cyprus, in Latin, gives copper its name - cyprium corrupted to cuprum).Later, when the much scarcer commodity of tin is required to make bronze, even distant Cornwall becomes.
“Early Metallurgy in Cyprus B.C. Pierides Foundation Larnaca. Nicosia ; Vassos Karageorghis. “Excavations at Kition” Vol. I-V. Dept Antiq. Nicosia Greek. Αρχιμανδρίτου Κυπριανού. «Ιστορία Χρονολογική της Νήσου Κύπρου». Τύποις Ευαγόρα. "Cypriot Metallurgy against the Backdrop of Mediterranean Pyrotechnology: Energy Reconsidered," in Early Metallurgy in Cyprus B.C. (acta of the International Archaeology Symposium, June ), ed. James D. Muhly, R. Maddin, and V. Karageorghis (Department of Antiquities, Nicosia, Cyprus/ Pierides Foundation, Larnaca, Cyprus), pp.
Muhly, James D. "The Nature of Trade in the Late Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean: The Organization of the Metals Trade and the Role of Cyprus." In Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, –b.c. Edited by James D. Muhly, Robert Maddin, and Vassos Karageorghis, pp. – Nicosia: Pierides Foundation, Niemeier Wolf-Dietrich, and Barbara. , ‘An attempt to delineate the sea-routes between Crete and Cyprus during the Bronze Age’, in Karageorghis, V. (ed.), The Civilizations of the Aegean and their Diffusion in Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean, – B.C. (Larnaka, ), 39 –
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Edited by JAMES D. MUHLY, ROBERT MADDIN and VASSOS KARA-GEORGHIS. Acta of the International Archaeological Sym-posium, Larnaca, Cyprus, June Nicosia: THE PIERIDES FOUNDATION, Pp. xi +38 pls. University of Cyprus It has been twenty years since the publication of the ground-breaking conference, "Early Metallurgy in Cyprus – BC".
The conference proceedings, edited by J.D. Muhly, R. Maddin and V. Karageorghis, have been a sourcebook Early metallurgy in Cyprus anyone working on the archaeometallurgy of the Eastern Mediterranean. The beginning of glazed ware production in late medieval Cyprus.
Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, B.C. Pierides Foundation and Department of Antiquities of Cyprus “The Three Books of. Early Bronze Age copper metallurgy at Shahr-i Sokhta (Iran), reconsidered. In T. Stöllner, G. Körlin, G. Steffens, J. Cierny (Eds), Man and Mining—Mensch und Bergbau. Studies in honour of Gerd Weisgerber on occasion of his 65th by: In: Muhly JD, Maddin R, Karageorghis V (eds) Acta of the International Archaeological Symposium “Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, – BC.
Nicosia”, p 81– Tylecote RF, Bachmann HG () Metallographic notes on some ingots from the Arabah and : Andreas Hauptmann, Ralf Laschimke, Maria Burger.
7 J.D. Muhly, R. Maddin, and V. Karageorghi s, Early Metallurgy in Cyprus ‐ B.C., in Acta of the International Archaeological Sympo sium (Larnaca ); V. Kassianidou, “The Author: Andreas G. Orphanides. Vassos Karageoghis.
“Kition: Mycenaean and Phoenician Discoveries in Cyprus”. Thames and Hudson, U.K. Vasos Karageorghis etc. “Early Metallurgy in Cyprus B.C.
Pierides Foundation Larnaca. Nicosia Vasos Karageorghis. “Excavations at Kition” Vol.I-V. Dept Antiq. Nicosia Greek Αρχιμανδρίτου. • Vasos Karageorghis. “The End of the Bronze Age in Cyprus” Published by Pierides Foundation Larnaca.
Imprinta Nicosia • Vasos Karageorghis etc. “Early Metallurgy in Cyprus B.C. Pierides Foundation Larnaca. Nicosia • Vasos Karageorghis. “Excavations at Kition” Vol.I-V. Dept Antiq. Nicosia • Wells H.G. Muhly, J.D. «The Nature of Trade in the LBA Eastern Mediterranean: The Organization of the Metals Trade and the role of Cyprus», στο J.D.
Muhly, R. Maddin, V. Karageorghis (επιμ.), Early metallurgy in Cyprus BC: Acta of the International Archaeological Symposium, Larnaca, Cyprus, juinNicosia, The first edition of this standard introduction was published inand reprinted in ; this new volume is a second edition, completed before the author's death last year.
The main changes are in the chapters describing the early development of metallurgy in which there has been so much recent research; the later, post-Roman chapters have been revised to take account of new discoveries.
Proceedings of the Symposium on Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, B.C., held at Larnaka, lst-6th Juneto be published in Nikosia: especially relevant are the papers by Robert Maddin and G Cited by: 4. "Southern Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age: A Regional Perspective," Archaeologia Cypria I () ; J.D. Muhly, R.
Maddin, and V. Karageorghis, Early Metallurgy in Cyprus B.C., Acta of the International Archaeological Symposium (Larnaca ); L. Vagnetti and. Second edition publishedreprinted in and In this book Professor Tylecote presents a unique introduction to the history of metallurgy from the earliest times to the present.
The development of metallurgy skills and techniques of different civilisations, and the connection between them, are carefully by: Early iron technology in Cyprus.
In: Muhly JD, Maddin R, Karageorghis V, editors. Acta of the International Archaeological Symposium on Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, 4, BC, Larnaca, Cyprus 1–6 June Nicosia: Pierides Foundation. p –Cited by: 3.
Journals & Books; Register Sign in. SeptemberPages Regular Article. Copper and Lead Bioaccumulation by Acacia retinoides and Eucalyptus torquata in Sites Contaminated as a Consequence of Extensive Ancient Mining Early Metallurgy in Cyprus – B.C, Pierides Foundation, Nicosia (), pp.
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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 3/5(1).The Phoenician tomb discovered in Kition in yielded some of the most impressive gold jewellery items recovered by archaeological excavations in Cyprus.
Seal finger-rings, lunate earrings, necklace pendants, bracelets and a richly decorated elbow fibula exemplify the goldsmith’s skill in the 8th-7th century BC.
The aim of this work is to describe and illustrate the goldsmith’s Cited by: 8.For the present study, a total of copper alloy artefacts were analysed ().The artefacts come from three archaeological sites: 1) the late 13th century BC settlement of Pyla Kokkinokremos, located in east Cyprus, 2) the Early Iron Age (11th–8th centuries BC) necropolis of Palaepaphos Skales, located in south-west Cyprus and 3) the Iron Age necropolis of Salamis (9th–3rd centuries BC Cited by: 4.