Cypriote Archaeology Bibliography

This is an extensive bibliography for Bronze Age Cyprus and especially the Late Bronze Age. Some references deal with teh earliest prehistory of the island as well. Hopefully a detailed bibliography for the Iron Age and the later periods will be added in the future. Bibliography is organized by last name.


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Ammerman, A. and J. Stratton Noller. 2005. "New Light on Aetokremnos," World Archaeology 37:4, 533-543.

Artzy, M. 1985. "Supply and Demand: A Study of Second Millennium Cypriote Pottery in the Levant," in Prehistoric Production and Exchange: The Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean. Eds. B.A. Knapp and T. Stech. UCLAMon 25, 93-99.

Åström, P. 1965. “A Handle Stamped with the Cartouche of Seti I from Hala Sultan Tekke in Cyprus,” Opuscula Atheniensia 5: 115-121.

1972. The Swedish Cyprus Expedition. Vol. IV. Part 1B, The Middle Cypriot Bronze Age; Part IC, The Late Cypriote Bronze Age. Architecture and Pottery; and Part ID. The Late Cypriote Bronze Age. Relative and Absolute Chronology, Foreign Relations, Hisotrical Conclusions. Lund: Swedish Cyprus Expedition.

1979. “The Find contexts of some Minoan objects in Cyprus,” Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium: The Relations between Cyprus and Crete, ca. 2000-500 B.C. Nicosia 16-22 nd April 1978. Ed. V. Karageorghis. Nicosia, 56-62.

1984. “Aegyptiaca at Hala Sultan Tekke,” Opuscula Atheniensia 15, 17-24.

1989a. Hala Sultan Tekke, Vol. 9: Trenches 1972-1987, with an Index for Volumnes 1-9. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology 45:9. Göteborg: Åström.

1989b. “Trade in the Late Cypriot Bronze Age,” in Early Society in Cyprus. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 202-208

1996. “Hala Sultan Teeke – A Late Cypriot Harbour Town,” in Late Bronze Age Settlemetn in Cyprus: Function and Relationship. Eds. P. Åström and E. Herscher. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature, Pocket-book 126. Jonsered: Åström, 9-14.

1998. “Continuity or Discontinuity: Indigenous and Foreign Elements in Cyprus around 1200 BCE,” in MediterraneanPeoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Bothan. Eds. S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 80-86.

1999. "The Cypriote Pottery from the Iria Shipwreck," in The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 B.C. Proceedings of the International Conference, Island of Spetses, 19 September 1998. Eds. William Phelps, Yannos Lolos, and Yannis Vichos. Athens: Hellenic Institute of Marine Archaeology, 131-138.

Åström, P. and E. Masson. 1982. “A silver bowl with Canaanite inscription from Hala Sultan Tekke,” RDAC, 72-76.

Åström, P. et al. 1977. Hala Sultan Tekke 3. Excavations 1972 (SIMA XLV.3) Göteborg.

Balthazar, J.W. 1990. Copper and Bronze Workign in Early through Middle Bronze Age Cyprus. SIMA-PB 84. Götebörg: Paul Åström’s Förlag.

Barako, T. J. 2003. “The Changing Perception of the Sea Peoples Phenomenon: Migration, Invasion or Cultural Diffusion?” in Sea Routes: interconnections int eh Mediterranean 16 th-6 th c. BC: Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Rethymnon, Crete, September 29 th –October 2 nd, 2002. Eds. N. Stampolidis and V. Karageorghis. Athens: Unviersity of Crete, 163-171.

Bar-Yosef, O. 2001. "The World Around Cyprus: From Epi-Paleolithic Foragers to the Collapse of the PPNB Civilization," in The Earliest Prehistory of Cyprus: From Colonization to Exploitation. Ed. S. Swiny. CAARI Monograph Series, Volume 2. Boston, MA: American School of Oriental Research, 129-164.

Basch, L. and Artzy, M. 1985. “Appendix II. Ship graffiti at Kition,” 322-336 in Karageorghis and Demas 1985, Part I.

Baurain, C. 1984. Chypre et la Mediterranée centrale au Bronze Récent (Études Chypriotes VI). Paris.

Benson, J. 1956. “Aegean and Near Eastern Seal Impressions from Cyprus,” in The Aegean and the Near Easter: Studies Presented to Hetty Goldman on the Occasion of her Sevnty-fifth Birthday. Ed. S.S. Weinberg. Locust Valley, NY: Augustin, 59-79.

1973. The Necropolis of Kaloriziki (SIMA XXXVI). Göteborg.

Bright, L. 1995. “Approaches to the Archaeological Study of Death with Particular Reference to Ancient Cyprus,” in The Archaeology of Death in the Ancient Near East. Eds. S. Campbell and A. Green. Oxford: Oxbow, 62-74.

Buchholz, H-G. and V. Karageorghis. 1973. Prehistoric Greece and Cyprus. London.

Bunimovitz, S. 1998. “Sea Peoples in Cyprus and Israel: A comparative Study of Immigration Processes,” in Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Bothan. Eds. S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 103-113.

Cadogan, G. 1973. “Patterns of the distribution of Mycenaean pottery in the Eastern Mediterranean. In Acts of the International Symposium: The Mycenaeans in the Eastern mediterranean. Nicosia: Department of Antiquiteis, 166-172.

1984. “Maroni and the Late Bronze Age of Cyprus,” in Cyprus at the Close of the Late Bronze Age. Ed. V. Karageorghis and J. Muhly. Nicosia: A.G. Leventis Foundation, 1-10.

1988. “ Maroni IV,” RDAC, 229-231.

1989. “Maroni and the Monuments,” in Early Society in Cyprus. Ed. E. Peltenburg. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University, 43-51.

1991. "Cypriot Bronze Age Pottery and the Aegean," in Cypriot Ceramics: Reading the Prehistoric Record. Eds. J. A. Barlow, D. L. Bolger, and B. Kling. Philadelphia: University Museum Publications, University of Pennsylvania, 169-172.

1992. Maroni VI,” RDAC (Part 1), 51-58.

1993. “ Cyprus, Mycenaean pottery, trade and colonization,” in Wace and Blegen. Pottery as Evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age 1929-1989. Eds. C. Zerner et al. Amsterdam: J.C.Gieben, 91-99.

1996. “Maroni: Change in the Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in Late Bronze Age Settlemetn in Cyprus. P. Åström and E. Herscher. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature 59, Pocket-book 126. Jonsered: Åström, 15-22.

1998. “The 13 th Century Changes in Cyprus and Their East Mediterranean Context,” in Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Bothan. Eds. S. Gitin, A. Mazar, and E. Stern. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 6-16.

Catling, H. 1955. “A bronze greave from a 13 th century BC tomb at Enkomi,” Opuscula Atheniensia 2, 21-36.

1957. “The Metal Objects,” in Myrtou-Pigadhes: A Late Bronze Age Sacntuary in Cyprus. By J. du Plat Taylor. Oxford: Ashmolean Museum, 86-91.

1963. “Patterns of Settlement in Bronze Age Cyprus,” OpAth 4, 129-169.

1973. “The Achaean settlement of Cyprus,” in Acts of the International Symposium: The Mycenaeans in the Eastern Mediterranean. Nicosia: Department of AntiquitiesI, 34-39

1975. “Cyprus in the Late Bronze Age,” 188-216 in I.E.S. Edwards et al. (eds), The Cambridge Ancient History, Third Edition, Vol. II.2. Cambridge.

1986. “Cypriot Bronzework- East or West?” 91-103 in Karageorghis (ed.) 1986.

1994. “ Cyprus in the 11 th century B.C. – an end or a beginning?” 133-141 in Karageorghis (ed.) 1994.

Caubet, A. 1982. “Ras Shamra et la Crete,” 17-22 in M. Yon (ed.) La Syrie au Bronze Recent. Paris.

1992. “Reoccupation of the Syrian Coast after the Destruction of the ‘Crisis Years’,” in The Crisis Years:The 12 th Century B.C.: From Beyond the Danube to the Tigris. Eds. W. Ward and M. Joukowsky. Dubuque, IA: Kendall/Hunt, 123-131.

Caubet, A and A. Kaczmarczyk. 1989. “Trade and local production in Late Cypriot faience,” Early Society in Cyprus. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 209-216.

Cherry, J. 1984. "The Initial Colonisation of the West Mediterranean Islands in the Light of Island Biogeography and Palaeogeography," in The Deya Conference of Prehistory: Early Settlement in the Western Mediterranean Islands and the Peripheral Areas. Eds. Waldren, William H., et al. BAR, Oxford. p. 7-23.

Christou, D. 1994. “Kourion in the 11 th century B.C.,” 177-188 in Karageorghis (ed.).

Cline, E. 1999. "Coals to Newcastle, Wall brackets to Tiryns: Irrationality, Gift Exchange, and Distance Value," Betancourt, Philip P., Vassos Karageorghis, Robert Laffineur, and Wolf-Dietrich Niemeier. Eds. Meletemata: Studies in Aegean Archaeology Presented to Malcolm H. Wiener as He Enters His 65th Year. Vol. I. Université de Liège, Histoire de l’art et archéologie de la Grèce antique; University of Texas at Austin: Programs in Aegean Scripts and Prehistory. p. 119-123.

Coldstream, J.N. 1989. “Status symbols in Cyprus in the eleventh century BC,” 325-335 in Peltenburg (ed.) 1989.

Courtois, J.C. 1971. “Le Sanctuaire du die au lingot d’Enkomi-Alasia,” in Alasia I. By C. F.-A. Schaeffer. Leiden: Brill, 151-362.

1981. Alasia II. Les Tombes d’Enkomi: Le Mobilier Funéraire. Paris: Boccard.

1982. “L’activité métallurgique des bronzes d’Enkomi au Bronze Récent (1650-1100 avant J.-C.),” in Early Metallurgy in Cyprus, 4000-500 BC. Eds. J.D. Muhly et al. Nicosia: Pierides Foundation, 155-174.

1983a. “Le trésor de poids de Kalavassos-Ayios Dhimitrios 1982,” RDAC 117-130.

1983b. “À propos des Aports Orientaux dans la Civilisation du Bronze Récent à Chypre,” in Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium: ‘Cyprus between the Orient and the Occident,’ Nicosia, 8-14 September 1985. Ed. V. Karageorghsi. Nicosia: Department of Antiquities, Cyprus, 69-90.

1992. “Une baignoire monolithe en calcaire du Bronze Récent à Enkomi,” 151-154 in Ioannides (ed.) 1992.

Courtois, J.C. Largarce J. and E. Lagarce. 1986. Enkomi et le Bronze Récent à Chypre. Nicosia: Leventis Foundation.

Davies, P. 1997. “Mortuary Practices in Prehistoric Bronze Age Cyprus. Problems and Potential,” RDAC 1997, 76-91.

Deger-Jalkotzy, S. 1994. “The post-palatial period of Greece: an Aegean prelude to the 11 th century B.C. in Cyprus,” 11-30 in Karageorghis (ed.) 1994.

Demetriou, A. 2001. “Phoenicians in Cyprus: The Case of Kition,” Archaeologia Cypria 9, 135-144.

Dikaios, P. 1969. Enkomi Excavations 1948-1958, Vols, 3a-3b. 2 vols. Mainz am Rhein: von Zabern.

1971. Enkomi: Excavations 1948-1958, Vol. 2: Chronology, Summary , and conclusions, Catalogue, Appendices. Mainz am Rhein: von Zabern.

Dothan, T. and A. Ben-Tor. 1983. Excavations at Athienou, Cyprus. 1971-1972. (Qedem 16). Jerusalem.

Dothan, T. and A. Zukerman. 2004. “A Preliminary Study of the Mycenaean IIIC:1 Pottery Assemblages from Tel Miqne-Ekron and Ashdod,” BASOR 333: 1-54.

Dussaud, R. 1952. “Identification d’Enkomi avec Alasia,” in Enkomi-Alasia, Vol. 1: Noevelles missions en Chypre 1946-1950. By C. Schaeffer. Paris: Klincksieck, 1-10.

Eriksson, K. 1993. Red Lustrous Wheel-made Ware (SIMA CII) Jonsered.

2001. “A preliminary synthesis of recent chronological observations on the relations between Cyprus and other eastern Mediterranean societies during the late Middle Bronze –early Late Bronze II periods,” 1-40 in Special Research Programme ‘Synchronisation of Civilisations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the Second Millennium B.C.’ of the Austrian Academy of Scienes at the Austrian Science Fund. Vienna.

Fortin, M. 1981. Military Architecture in Cyprus during the Second Millennium B.C. Ph.D. dissertation, Bedford College, University of London.

Frost, H. 1985. ‘Appendix I. The Kition anchors,’ 281-321 in Karageorghis 1985, Part I.

Furumark, A. 1965. “The Excavations at Sinda: Some Historical Results,” Opuscula Atheniensia 6: 99-115.

Gale, N.H. 1991. "Copper Oxhide Ingots: Their Origin and their Place in the Bronze Age Metals Trade in the Mediterranean," in Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean. SIMA 90 . Ed. N.H. Gale. Göteborg: Paul Åströms Förlag, 197-239.

Gale, N.H. and Z.A. Stos-Gale, 1985. “Lead Isotope Analyses and Alashiya: 3,” RDAC 1985, 83-99.

Gittlen, B.M. 1981. “The Cultural and Chronological Implications of the Cypro-Palestinian Trade during the Late Bronze Age,” BASOR 241, 49-59.

Given, M. et al. 2002. “Troodos Archaeological and Environmental Survey Project, Cyprus: Report on the 2001 Season,”Levant 34, 25-38.

Given, M. and A.B. Knapp. 2003. The Sydney Cyprus Survey Project. Social Approaches to Regional Archaeological Survey. Monumenta Archaeologica 21. Los Angeles: The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles.

Gjerstad, E. 1926. Studies on Prehistoric Cyprus. Uppsala: Uppsala Universitets Arsskrift.

Gjerstad, E et al. 1934. The Swedish Cyprus Expedition. Finds and Results of the Excavations in Cyprus 1927-1931. Vol. 1. Stockhom: Victor Pettersons Bokindustriaktiebolag.

Goren, Y. et al. 2003. “The Location of Alashiya: New Evidence from Petrographic Investigation of Alashiyan Tablets from El-Amarna and Ugarit,” AJA 107, 233-255.

2004. “Letters of the Great Powers. VI. Alashiya,” in Inscribed in Clay: Provenance Study of the Amarna Letters and Other Ancient Near Eastern Texts. By Y. Goren, I. Finkelstein and N. Na’aman. Monograph Sereis 23. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv University, 48-75.

Goring, E. 1989. “Death in Everday Life: Aspects of Burial Practice in the Late Bronze Age,” in Early Society in Cyprus. Ed. E. Peltenburg. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University, 98-105.

Guilaine, J. and F. Briois. 2001. "Parekklisha Shillourokambos: An Early Neolithic Site in Cyprus," in The Earliest Prehistory of Cyprus: From Colonization to Exploitation. Ed. S. Swiny. CAARI Monograph Series, Volume 2. Boston, MA: American School of Oriental Research, 37-53.

Hadjicosti, M. 1991. “The Late Bronze Age Tomb 2 from Mathiatis: New Perspectives for the Mathiatis Region,” RDAC 1991, 75-91.

Hadjioannou, K. 1971. “On the Identification of the Horned God of Enkomi-Alasia,” in Alasia I. By C.F.-A. Schaeffer. Leiden: Brill, 33-42.

Hadjisavvas, S. 1989. “A Late Cypriot Community at Alassa,” in Early Society in Cyprus. Ed. E. Peltenburg. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University, 32-42.

1991. “LC IIC to LC IIIA without Intruders: The Case of Alassa-Pano Mandilaris,” in Cypriot Ceramics: Reading the Prehistoric Record. Eds. J. Barlow, D. Bolger and B. Kling. University Museum Monograph 74; Philadelphia: University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, University of Pennsylvania, 173-180.

1994. “Alassa Archaeological Project 1991-1993,” RDAC 1994, 107-114.

1996a. “Alassa: A Regional Centre of Alasia?” in Late Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Function and Relationship. Eds P. Åström and E. Herscher. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature, Pocket-book 128. Jonsered: Åström, 23-38.

1996b. “The Economy of the Olive Oil,” in The Development of the Cypriot Economy: From the Prehistoric Period to the Present Day. Eds. V. Karageorghis and D. Michaelides. Nicosia: University of Cyprus, 127-138.

Hansen, J. 2001. "Aceramic Neolithic Plant Remains in Cyprus: Clues to their Origins?" in The Earliest Prehistory of Cyprus: From Colonization to Exploitation. Ed. S. Swiny. CAARI Monograph Series, Volume 2. Boston, MA: American School of Oriental Research, 119-128.

Held, S. O. 1993. “Insularity as a Modifier of Culture Change: The Case of Cyprus,” BASOR 292, 25-33.

Herscher, E. 1976. “ South Coast Ceramic Styles at the End of the Middle Cypriote,” RDAC 1976, 11-19.

1984. “The pottery of Maroni and regionalism in Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in Cyprus at the Close of the Late Bronze Age. Eds. V. Karageorghis and J. Muhly. Nicosia: A.G. Leventis Foundation, 23-28.

1988. “Kition in the Middle Bronze Age: The Tombs at Larnaca-Ayios Prodromos,” RDAC 1988, 141-166.

Hirschfeld, N. 2001. "Cypriots to the West? The Evidence of their Potmarks," in Italy and Cyprus in Antiquity: 1500-450 BC.  Eds. L. Bonfante and V. Karageorghis. Nicosia: The Costakis and Leto Severis Foundation.

Hulin, L. 2002. “Bronze Age Plain Pottery: Egyptian, Canaanite, and Cypriot,” in Marsa Matruh II: The Objects: The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology’s Excavations on Bate’s Island, Marsa Matruh, Egypt, 1985-1989. By D. White. Philadlphia: Institue for Aegean Prehistory Academic, 17-45.

Hulin, L. and D. White. 2002. “A Final Summary of the Evidence,” in Marsa Matruh II: The Objects: The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology’s Excavations on Bate’s Island, Marsa Matruh, Egypt, 1985-1989. By D. White. Philadlphia: Institue for Aegean Prehistory Academic, 169-185.

Hult, G. 1983. Bronze Age Ashlar Masonry in the Eastern Mediterranean: Cyprus, Ugarit and Neighboring Regions. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology 66. Göteborg: Åström.

Iacovou, M. 1989. “Society and Settlements in Late Cypriot III,” in Early Society in Cyprus. Ed. E. Peltenburg. Edinburgh: University of Edinburgh Press, 52-59.

Karageorghis, V. 1974. Excavations at Kition I. The Tombs. Nicosia: Department of Antiquities.

1983. The Civilization of Prehistoric Cyprus. New York: Alpine Find Arts Collection.

1984. Pyla-Kokkinokremos: A Late 13 th Century B.C. Fortified Settlement in Cyprus. Nicosia: Department of Antiquities, Cyprus.

1985. Excavations at Kition V: The Pre-Phoenician Levels. Nicosia: Department of Antiquities, Cyprus.

1988. Excavations at Maa-Palaeokatro, 1979-1986. 3 vols. Nicosia: Department of Antiquities, Cyprus.

1990a. Tombs at Palaepaphos: 1. Teratsoudhia, 2. Eliomylia. Nicosia: Leventis Foundation.

1990b. The End of the Late Bronze Age in Cyprus. Nicosia: Pierides Foundation.

1998. “Hearths and Bathtubs in Cyprus: A ‘Sea Peoples’ Innovation?” in Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE:In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan. Eds. S. Gitin, A. Mazar and E. Stern. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 276-282.

2000. “Cultural Innovations in Cyprus Relating to the Sea Peoples,” in The Sea Peoples and Their World: A Reassessment. Ed. E.D. Oren. Philadelphia: University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, 254-279.

2001a. “Patterns of Fortified Settlemetns in the Aegean and Cyprus c. 1200 B.C.,” in Defensive Settlements of the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean after c 1200 B.C.: Proceedings of an International Workshop Held at Trinity College Bulin, 7 th-9 th May, 1999. Eds. V. Karageorghis and C.E. Morris. Nicosia: Leventis Foundation, 1-12.

2001b. Ed. The White Slip Ware of Late Bronze Age Cyprus. Proceedings of an International Conference Organized by the A. G. Leventis Foundation, Nicosia in Honor of Malcolm Wiener. 29 th-30 th October 1998. Wien: Verlag der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften.

2002. Early Cyprus: Crossroads of the Mediterranean. Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum.

Karageorghis, V., R. Laffineur, and F. Vandenabeele, eds. 1997. Four Thousand Years of Images on Cypriote Pottery: Proceedings of the Third International Conference of Cypriote Studies, Nicosia, 3-4 May, 1996. Brussels: A. G. Leventis Foundation.

Karageorghis, V. and V. Kassianidou. 1999. “Metalworking and Recycling in Late Bronze Age Cyprus-The Evidence from Kition,” Oxford Journal of Archaeology 18, 171-188.

Kassianidou, V. 2001. “Cypriot Copper in Sardinia: Yet Another Case of Bringing Coals Newcastle ?” in Italy and Cyprus in Antiquity, 1500-450 BC: Proceedigns of an International Symposium Held at the Italian Academy for Advanced Studies in America at Columbia University, November 16-18, 2000. Eds. L. Bonfante and V. Karageorghis. Nicosia: Severis Foundation, 97-119.

1990a. "Cypriot and Levantine Pottery From House AD Center at Pseira, Crete," JOAS 110:2, 1-10.

Keswani, P.S. 1989a. Mortuary ritual and social hierarchy in Bronze Age Cyprus . Ph.D. dissertation: University of Michigan. Ann Arbor, MI: University Microfilms International.

1989b. “Dimensions of Social Hierarchy in Late Bronze Age Cyprus: An Analysis of the Mortuary Data from Enkomi,” JMA 2, 49-86.

1991. “A Preliminary Investigation of Systems of Ceramic Production and Distribution in Cyprus during the Late Bronze Age,” Cypriot Ceramics: Reading the Prehistoric Record. Eds. J. Barlow et al. Philadelphia: University Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, 97-118.

1992. “Gas Chromatography analyses of Pithoi from Kalavassos-Ayios Dhimitrios: A Preliminary Report,” RDAC 1992, 141-144.

1993. “Models of Local Exchange in Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” BASOR 289, 73-83.

1996. “Hierarchies, Heterarchies and Urbanization Processes: The View from Bronze Age Cyprus,” JMA 9: 211-250.

2004. Mortuary Ritual and Society in Bronze Age Cyprus. London: Equinox Pub.

2005. “Death, Prestige, and Copper in Bronze Age Cyprus,” AJA 109.3, 341-401.

Keswani, P.S. and A. B. Knapp. 2003. “Bronze Age Boundaries and Social Exchange in North-West Cyprus,” Oxford Journal of Archaeology 22: 213-223.

Kling, B. 2000. “Mycenaean IIIC:1b and Related Pottery in Cyprus: Comments on the Current state of Research,” in The Sea Peoples and Their World. Ed. E.D. Oren. Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania, 281-295.

Knapp, A. B.1979. A Re-Examination of the Interpretation of Cypriote Material Culture in the MCIII-LCI Period in the Light of Textual Data. Ph.D. diss., University of California at Berkeley.

1985. “Alashiya, Caphtor/Keftiu, and Eastern Mediterranean Trade: Recent Studies in Cypriote Archaeology and History,” JFA 12: 231-250.

1986a. “Production, Exchange, and Sociopolitical Complexity on Bronze Age Cyprus,” OJA 5: 35-60.

1986b. Copper Production and Divine Protection: Archaeology, Ideology and Social Complexity on Bronze Age Cyprus. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature, Pocket-book 42. Göteborg : Åström.

1988. “Hoards d’oeuvres: of metals and men on Bronze Age Cyprus,” OJA 7: 147-176.

1990. “Production, Location, and Integration in Bronze Age Cyprus,” CA 31(2): 147-76.

1991. “Spice, drugs, grain and grog: organic goods in Bronze Age East Mediterranean trade,” in Bronze Age Trade in the Mediterranean. Ed. N.H. Gale. SIMA 90. Jonsered. P. Åström Förlag, 21-68.

1993. “Social Complexity: Incipience, Emergence, and Development on Prehistoric Cyprus,” BASOR 292, 85-106.

1994a. “The Prehistory of Cyprus: Problems and Prospects,” Journal of World Prehistory 8 (4): 377-453.

1994b. “Emergence, Development and Decline in Bronze Age Cyprus,” in Development and Decline in the Mediterranean Bronze Age. Eds. C. Mathers and S. Stoddart. Shffield: Collis, 271-304.

1996a. “Settlement and Society on Late Bronze Age Cyprus: Dynamics and Development,” in Late Bronze Age Settlement in Cyprus: Function and Relationship. Eds. P. Åström. And E. Herscher. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature, Pocket-book 126. Jonsered: Åström, 54-80.

1996b. Near Eastern and Aegean Texts from the third to the First millennia BC. Sources for the History of Cyprus. Vol. 2. Eds. P. Wallace and A. Orphanides. Albany: Institute of Cypriot Studies, University of Albany, State of New York.

1996c. “The Bronze Age economy of Cyprus: ritual, ideology, and the sacred landscape,” in The Development of the Cypriot Economy form the Prehistoric Period to the Present Day. Nicosia: Leventis Foundation, 71-106.

1997a. “Mediterranean Maritime Landscapes: Transports, Trade and Society on Late Bronze Age Cyprus,” in Res Maritime: Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean from Prehistory to Late Antiquity. Eds. S. Swiny et al. ASOR Reports 4. Atlanta: Scholars, 153-162.

1997b. The Archaeology of Late Bronze Age Cypriot Society: The Study of Settlement, Survey and Landscape. Glasgow: University of Glasgow, Department of Archaeology.

2003. “The Archaeology of Community on Bronze Age Cyprus: Politiko Phorades in Context,” AJA 107, 559-580.

Knapp, A.B., V. Kassianidou and M. Donnely. 1999. “Excavations at Politiko-Phorades 1996,” RDAC 1999, 125-146.

Knapp, A. B., J.D. Muhly and P.M. Muhly. 1988. “To Hoard is Human; Late Bronze Age Metal Deposits in Cyprus and the Aegean,” RDAC 1988, 233-262.

Knapp, A.B. and J.F. Cherry. 1994. Provenience Studies and Bronze Age Cyprus: Production, Exchange and Politico-Economic Change. Monographs in World Archaeology, No. 21. Madison, Wisconsin: Prehistory Press.

Knapp, A.B., S. Held and S. Manning. 1994. “The Prehistory of Cyprus: Problems and Prospects,” Journal of World Prehistory 377: 377-453.

Kopcke, G. 1998. “Cypriot Figural Bronzes: Questions about Mycenaean Civilization and Sea Peoples,” in Mediterranean Peoples in Transition: Thirteenth to Early Tenth Centuries BCE: In Honor of Professor Trude Dothan. Eds. S. Gitin et al. Jerusalem: Israel Exploration Society, 94-102.

Lagarce, J. 1982. “Ras Ibn Hani au Bronze Récent: Problèmes et Perspectives,” in La Syrie au Bronze Récent. Ed. M. Yon. Paris: A.D.P.F., 29-36.

Lolos, Y. G. 1999. “The Cargo of Pottery from the Point Iria Wreck: Character and Implications,” in The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnectiosn in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 BC: Proceedings of the International Conference, Island of Spetses, 19 September 1998. Eds. W. Phelps, Y. Lolos, and Y. Vichos. Athens: Hellenic Institute of Marine Archaeology, 43-58.

2003. “Cypro-Minoan Relations ca. 1200 BC: Point Iria in the Gulf of Argos and Old Salamis in the Saronic Gulf, “ in Sea Routes: Interconnections in the Mediterranean 16 th-6 th c. BC. Proceedings of the International Symposium Held at Rethymnon, Crete, Septmber 29 th-October 2 nd , 2002. Eds. N. Stampolidis and V. Karageorghis. Athens: University of Crete, 101-116.

1995. " Cyprus and Sardinia in the Mediterranean Trade Routes Toward the West (Greek summary)," in Proceedings of the International Symposium: Cyprus and the Sea . Eds. V. Karageorghis and D. Michaelides. Nicosia: University of Cyprus, 45-60.

Lo Schiavo, F., E. Macnamara, and L. Vagnetti. 1985. "Late Cypriot Imports to Italy and Their Influence on Local Bronzework," BSR 53, 1-71.

Loulloupis, M. 1973. “Mycenaean ‘horns of consecration’ in Cyprus,” in Acts of the International Archaeological Symposium ‘The Mycenaeans in the Eastern Mediterranean,” Nicosia: Department of Antiquities, 225-244.

Maddin, R., J. Muhly and T. Stech Wheeler, 1983. “Metal Working,” in Excavations Athienou, Cyprus, 1971-1972. By T. Dothan and A. Ben-Tor. Qedem 16. Jerusalem: Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 132-138.

Maguire, L. 1995. “Tell el-Dab’a. The Cypriot Connection,” in Egypt, the Aegean and the Levant. Interconnections in the Second Millennium BC. Eds. W. Vivian Davies and L. Schofield. London: British Museum Press, 54-65.

Maliszewski, D. 1997. “Notes on the Bronze Age Settlement Patterns of Western Cyprus c. 2500-c. 1050 BC.,” RDAC 1997 65-84.

Manning, S.W. 1997. “ Cyprus, the Aegean, and Maroni-Tsaroukkas,” in Proceedings of the International archaeological Conference: Cyprus and the Aegean in Antiquity. Ed. D. Christou. Nicosia: Department of Antiquities, Cyprus, 103-142.

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