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by Adolfo Dominguez,Carmen Sanchez,G R Tsetskhladze
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    Adolfo Dominguez,Carmen Sanchez,G R Tsetskhladze
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Request PDF On Jan 1, 2004, Friederike Fless and others published Greek Pottery from the Iberian . The evidence shows that in Late Archaic Classical and Hellenistic periods.

Request PDF On Jan 1, 2004, Friederike Fless and others published Greek Pottery from the Iberian Peninsula. many Greeks were in inner Thrace as traders artists and artisans and in other expertises on the courts of Thracian rulers and also in the autonomous emporia like Pistiros.

Adolfo J. Domínguez, P. 1987) in Ancient History, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, is Professor of Ancient History in the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid

Adolfo J. 1987) in Ancient History, Universidad Complutense de Madrid, is Professor of Ancient History in the Universidad Autónoma de Madrid. He has published extensively in Archaic Greek History and Greek colonisation, including La colonización griege en Sicilia (Oxford, 1989), La polis y la expansión colonial griega (Madrid, 1991) and Los griegos en la Península Ibérica (Madrid, 1996).

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Excavations on the Iberian Peninsula yield more and more Archaic and Classical Greek material every year. This is the first book to be published in English that discusses Archaic and Classical Greek pottery found in that area. The volume provides elaborate and up-to-date information. The first chapter (by A. Dominguez) is dedicated to Archaic pottery and covers the whole P Excavations on the Iberian Peninsula yield more and more Archaic and Classical Greek material every year

9366 21. Personal Name: Domínguez, Adolfo J. Publication, Distribution, et. Leiden ; Boston Spain Antiquities Catalogs. Personal Name: Sánchez, Carmen.

9366 21. Leiden ; Boston. Physical Description: xvi, 501 p. : il. map ;, 25 cm. Bibliography, etc. Note: Includes bibliographical references (p. 467-489) and index. Spain Antiquities Catalogs. Personal Name: Tsetskhladze, Gocha R. Rubrics: Pottery, Greek Spain Andalusia Catalogs Greeks Excavations (Archaeology). Dominguez) is dedicated to Archaic pottery and covers the whole Peninsula; the second (by C. Sanchez) covers the Classical period, mainly based on the study of Attic pottery from Eastern Andalusia. Both chapters contain a catalogue with many illustrations.

Archaic and Classical Periods. Authors: Adolfo Domínguez and Carmen Sánchez. Excavations on the Iberian Peninsula yield more and more Archaic and Classical Greek material every year.

This book catalogues and discusses all Archaic Greek pottery found on the Iberian Peninsula. The analysis of Greek pottery finds in Eastern Andalusia provides an exemplary study of trade in the Classical Age. The reader will find many insights in the pottery trade and the native Iberians' view of Classical Greek pottery. The volume provides elaborate and up-to-date. Domínguez) is dedicated to Archaic pottery and covers the whole Peninsula; the second (by C. Sánchez) covers the Classical period, mainly based on the study of Attic pottery from Eastern Andalusia.

Excavations on the Iberian Peninsula yield more and more Archaic and Classical Greek material every year. This is the first book to be published in English that discusses Archaic and Classical Greek pottery found in that area. The volume provides elaborate and up-to-date information.The first chapter (by A. Domínguez) is dedicated to Archaic pottery and covers the whole Peninsula; the second (by C. Sánchez) covers the Classical period, mainly based on the study of Attic pottery from Eastern Andalusia. Both chapters contain a catalogue with many illustrations. Not just finds are listed, but distribution and shape studies are included, as well as a discussion of how the local Iberian population viewed Attic painted pottery. The final chapter gives a general overview of trade, based upon the information presented in the previous chapters.