An Archaeology of Prehistoric Bodies and Embodied Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean.
By: Mina, Maria.
Contributor(s): Triantaphyllou, Sevi | Papadatos, Giannēs.Material type: TextSeries: JSTOR eBooks.Publisher: Havertown : Oxbow Books, 2016Description: 1 online resource (428 pages).Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781785702921; 1785702920; 9781785702945; 1785702947.Subject(s): Antiquities, Prehistoric -- Middle East | Prehistoric peoples -- Middle East | Human figure in artAdditional physical formats: Print version:: An Archaeology of Prehistoric Bodies and Embodied Identities in the Eastern Mediterranean.DDC classification: 939.4 LOC classification: GN857 | .A73 2016Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface and Acknowledgements; Introduction. The Archaeology of Bodies and the Eastern Mediterranean; PART I: THE REPRESENTED BODY; 1. Polydactyly in Chalcolithic Figurines from Cyprus; 2. Figurines, Paint and the Perception of the Body in the Early Bronze Age Southern Aegean; 3. Thoughts on the Funerary Use of the Early Bronze Age (EBA) Cycladic Figurines: Iconography, Form, Context and Embodied Lives; 4. Composite, Partial, Created and Floating Bodies: a Re-Assessment of the Knossos Temple Repositories Assemblage.
5. Figurines and Complex Identities in Late Bronze Age Cyprus6. Handlers and Viewers: Some Remarks on the Process of Perception of Terracotta Figurines on the Example of Cypriot "Goddesses with Upraised Arms"; PART II: MATERIAL CULTURE AND THE CONSTRUCTION OF IDENTITIES; 7. Re-Making the Self: Bodies, Identities and Materialities in Chalcolithic Cyprus; 8. Pots and People: An Investigation of Individual and Collective Identities in Early Bronze Age Cyprus; 9. Dressed to Impress: Metal Objects and Embodied Identities in Early and Middle Bronze Age Cyprus.
10. Placed with Care: Interaction with Decorated Mycenaean Metal VesselsPART III: RITUALISED PRACTICE AND THE PERFORMANCE OF IDENTITIES; 11. The Performative Body and Social Identity in the Room of the Fresco at Mycenae; 12. "It's War, not a Dance": Polarising Embodied Identities in the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean from the End of the Bronze Age to the Early Iron Age, 1200-700 BC; 13. Nuptial Vases in Female Tombs? Aspects of Funerary Behaviour during the Late Geometric Period in Attica; 14. Turning into Stone: Rock Art and the Construction of Identities in Ancient Thrace.
PART IV: EMBODIED KNOWLEDGE THROUGH TECHNOLOGY AND SPACE15. Lithics and Identity at the Middle Palaeolithic site of Lakonis Cave I, Southern Peloponnese, Greece; 16. Picrolite and Other Stone Beads and Pendants: New Forms in an Old Material during the Transition from the Chalcolithic to the Cypriot Bronze Age; 17. The Embodiment of Land Ownership in the Aegean Early Bronze Age; 18. From Potter's Mark to the Potter Who Marks; PART V: THE LIVED BODY AND IDENTITIES; 19. Grasping Identity: Theoretically informed Human Bioarchaeology in or for the Eastern Mediterranean?
20. Headshaping and Identity at Tell Nader21. Constructing Identities by Ageing the Body in the Prehistoric Aegean: the View through the Human Remains; PART VI: INTERACTION WITH THE DEAD BODY; 22. Secondary Burials and the Construction of Group Identities in Crete between the Second Half of the 4th and 2nd Millennia BC; 23. Bodies in a Pickle: Burial Jars, Individualism and Group Identities in Middle Minoan Crete; 24. Fire, Fragmentation and the Body in the Late Bronze Age Aegean.
25. Spatial and Temporal Variability in Identity and Representation within the Bronze Age Cemeteries of Knossos, Crete.