Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c. 500 BC

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StatementKarin Westerberg.
SeriesStudies in Mediterranean archaeology., 22
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LC ClassificationsVK113.C9 W47 1983
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Pagination119 p. :
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Open LibraryOL3262213M
ISBN 109186098071
LC Control Number83182420

Genre/Form: Academic theses History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Westerberg, Karin, Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c. Cypriote Ships From the Bronze Age to c.

B.C. by Karin Westerberg. More books in the same series. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology Pocket books». Title: Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c.

BC: Authors: Westerberg, Karin, Issue Date: University: Göteborgs universitet/University of Gothenburg. Vol.The Journal of Hellenic Studies. Vol.Published Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c. by K. Westerberg. Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c. by K. Westerberg (pp.

) Review by: Honor Frost DOI: / Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c. BC By Karin Westerberg Topics: Arkeologi Cypern BronsåldernAuthor: Karin Westerberg. Bibliographic details. Westerberg, K, Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c.

BC, Göteborg, P. Åström, Westerberg Cypriote Ships. Cypriote Ships from The Bronze Age to C. BC (Karin Westerberg) says that some models have as many as 75 holes in the gunwale, others have 18 on each side.

A “penteconter” had 50 oarsmen – 25 on each side.

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It was 30m long and a 10m mast. Cargos of tons were not unusual. Paintings of ships on vases all show ships with : History Bot. Bibliography: K.

Westerberg, Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c. BC, P. Åström, Göteborg,p, n° 40, fig. 40 L. Basch, Le musée imaginaire de. Orphanides, Bronze Age Anthropomorphic Figurines. Skupinska-Lövset, Funerary Portraiture of Roman Palestine. Westerberg, Cypriote Ships From the Bronze Age to c.

B.C. Barletta, Ionic Influence in Archaic Sicily. Pohl, Ostia, Roms hamnstad. Åström, Palmer. Westerberg, Cypriote Ships from the Bronze Age to c. B.C. (Gothenburg ). Yannai, Studies on Trade Between the Levant and the Aegean in the 14th to 12th Century B.C.

(Ph.D. dissertation, Linacre College, Oxford ). XXVI. THE SHIPWRECK AT CAPE GELIDONYA.

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Drawing on recent developments in ship chronology, it argues that images were produced from the very beginning of the Scandinavian Bronze Age, c. BC, to the earliest Iron Age, c.

The book falls into three parts. Early chapters describe conditions about B.C. when North Africa is already in the Bronze Age, Middle Africa is engaged in Stone Age farming and south of the Sahara most men live by hunting and gathering food. Between B.C. and A.D. life in settled communities becomes normal throughout the by: 6.

The wreck is located at a depth of more than 40 meters. The ship has been dated to the Late Bronze Age, with the more specific date of BC given by dendrochronological testing performed on dunnage or firewood found on the wreck.

The Uluburun wreck has been crucial to the understanding of ship construction and trade in the Late Bronze Age. Westerberg Cypriote Ships / Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c.

BC (Cat. 53) Karageorghis and Des Gagniers / La céramique chypriote de style figuré.

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Âge du Fer ( av. J.-C.) (no. XI, 1 (vol. 2) and p. 38 (vol. 1)). The Uluburun Shipwreck is a Late Bronze Age shipwreck dated to the late 14th century BC, discovered close to the east shore of Uluburun (Grand Cape), and about 6 miles ( km) miles southeast of Kaş, in south-western Turkey.

The shipwreck was discovered in the summer of by Mehmed Çakir, a local sponge diver from Yalıkavak, a village near d: Built after BC; date obtained by. modèle - terre cuite | XVIIe - XVIIIe century BC Chypre (Chypre) Small pottery dish or bowl in the shape of a boat in White Painted ware. Middle Cypriot II-III, BC.

Westerberg, Cypriote ships from the Bronze Age to c. BC, P. Åström, Göteborg,p, n° 3. Terracotta model of a ship ca. – B.C. A Descriptive Atlas of the Cesnola Collection of Cypriote Antiquities in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, Cypriote ships from the Bronze age to c.

50, pp.48,53, 57, 61, 63, 66, fig. Representations of boats appear in Cyprus towards the end of the Early Bronze Age ( BC). The figures and the bird that appear on this model boat in painted terra-cotta have suggested a number of different interpretations ranging from the realistic, through the cultic, to the mythical.

Cypriote ships from the Bronze age to c. From about BC to BC, the Mediterranean region played host to a complex cosmopolitan and globalized world-system. It may have been this very interna. I bought this short book after reading " B.C.

The Year Civilization Collapsed" by Eric In it he states that we do not know a lot about the so called "Sea Peoples" that lived years ago. "Sea Peoples of the Bronze Age Mediterranean c BC - BC" /5(37).

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Myres, John L. Handbook of the Cesnola Collection of Antiquities from Cyprus. p.New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art. Westerberg, Karin. "This book is a comprehensive panorama of the two periods of Cypriote archaeology-the Late Bronze Age (ca.

B.C.) and the Geometric and Archaic periods (ca. B.C.)--that have been in the spotlight as a result of the renewed interest in the study of Phoenician civilization and the Phoenician expansion to the west, in which Cyprus played a leading role.

Ploes: sea routes: interconnections in the Mediterranean, 16th-6th c. BC: proceedings of the international symposium held at Rethymnon, Crete, September 29th-October 2nd, Editors: Nikolaos Chr Stampolidēs, Vassos Karageorghis: Publisher: Published by the University of Crete and the A.G.

Leventis Foundation, Original from. I bought this short book after reading " B.C. The Year Civilization Collapsed" by Eric In it he states that we do not know a lot about the so called "Sea Peoples" that lived years ago.

"Sea Peoples of the Bronze Age Mediterranean c BC - BC" makes an effort to present what we actually know/5(60). The period is divided into three phases: Early Bronze Age (– BC), Middle Bronze Age (– BC), and Late Bronze Age (– c.

BC). Ireland is also known for a relatively large number of Early Bronze Age burials. One of the characteristic types of artifact of the Early Bronze Age in Ireland is the flat axe. Sea Peoples of the Bronze Age Mediterranean c BC BC ANDREA SALIMBETI and RAFFAELE DAMATO 66 pages Rating: 3,5/5 For nearly a years, a groupe of tribes with a unknown origins called " The Sea Peoples" have been mentioned in many inscriptions and reliefs: As a groupe of pirates or a tribal confederations that participed in battles against Egyptian Empire, or against the /5.

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Few tools are made in the beginning, but by BC bronze has replaced all stone tools. Britain (About BC) Bronze starts to be worked in Britain. Eventually they will make such items as axeheads, knives, spearheads, razors, and swords.

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No need to register, buy now!. The Sea Peoples are a purported seafaring confederation that attacked ancient Egypt and other regions of the East Mediterranean prior to and during the Late Bronze Age collapse (– BCE).

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This period of time corresponds to the Early to Middle Bronze Age, characterized by the early empires in the Ancient Near Ancient Egypt, the Early Dynastic Period is followed by the Old Mesopotamia, the Early Dynastic Period is followed by the Akkadian ies: 30th century BC, 29th century BC, 28th.

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