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The north-eastern Aegean 1050-600 BC

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This thesis aims to construct a historical narrative for the region of the north-eastern Aegean (NEA) during the Early Iron Age (1050-700 BCE) and the early Archaic period (7th century BCE) based primarily on archaeological evidence. Its goals are to investigate the most distinctive material culture elements for the studied period; to explore themes of continuity and connectivity between regions; to trace large- and smaller-scale population movements; to discuss how early commun...

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Archaeology
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Classics Faculty
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Ioannis Chalazonitis
Type of award:
DPhil
Level of award:
Doctoral
Awarding institution:
University of Oxford

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