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Pyla-Koutsopetria I. Archaeological survey of an ancient coastal town cover
William Caraher, R. Scott Moore & David K. Pettegrew
Pyla-Koutsopetria I. Archaeological survey of an ancient coastal town
2014. (American Schools of Oriental Research Archaeological Reports 21). xvi+330 pages, 138 b&w illustrations, 56 tables. Boston: American Schools of Oriental Research; 978-0-89757-069-5 hardback £52..
Defining beauty. The body in ancient Greek art cover
Ian Jenkins (ed.)
Defining beauty. The body in ancient Greek art
2015. 256 pages, numerous colour and b&w illustrationss. London: The British Museum Press; 978-0-7141-2287-8 hardback £30..
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Llangorse: a 10th-century royal crannog in Wales
Ewan Campbell & Alan Lane
Vol 63 Issue 241 pages 675–681
The Bantry Boat
Paul Johnstone
Vol 38 Issue 152 pages 277–284
The volcanic destruction of Minoan Crete
The volcanic destruction of Minoan Crete
Vol 13 Issue 52 pages 425–439
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3 September 1938 - 18 November 2014
19 November 1924 – 25 July 2014
Appreciation by Miriam Stark
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