submitted by Vikki Vrettos Fraioli on 14.01.2016
The Archaeology of Kythera (2015)
Timothy E. Gregory and Lita Tzortsopoulou-Gregory
This keenly awaited handbook on the archaeology of Kythera is now in press! The book is co-authored by Professor Timothy E. Gregory (Ohio State University, USA) and Dr Lita Tzortsopoulou-Gregory (Australian Archaeological Institute at Athens), who have decades of experience working and living on the island. Together they direct the the Australian Paliochora-Kythera Archaeological Survey. This book, which covers the material culture and history of the island from Neolithic times until the modern era, is the result of years of research and reflects the deep familiarity and rapport its authors have with Kythera.
172 x 251 mm
Richly illustrated in colour throughout
The publication of The Archaeology of Kythera has been made possible by a generous subsidy from the Aroney Trust.
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