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Archaeology and the Emergence of Greece
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Archaeology and the Emergence of Greece

Anthony Snodgrass

Abstract

Classical archaeology has changed beyond recognition in the past generation, in its aims, its choice of subject-matter and the methods it uses. This book contains twenty-five chapters, some of them previously published only in rather inaccessible places, which have contributed to this change. The chapters cover four decades of work on pre-classical and classical Greece and some adjacent fields of scholarship, beginning in the 1960s when classical archaeology was not widely seen as a free-standing subject. They chart the progress of a movement for the intellectual independence of Greek archaeol ... More

Keywords: classical archaeology, pre-classical Greece, classical Greece, Greek archaeology, Greek art, Iron Age, Roman provincial archaeology, Aegean prehistory, European prehistory

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Print publication date: 2006 Print ISBN-13: 9780748623334
Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: March 2012 DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748623334.001.0001

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Anthony Snodgrass, author

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