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The Archaeology of Greece and RomeStudies in Honour of Anthony Snodgrass$
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John Bintliff and N. Keith Rutter

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9781474417099

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: May 2018

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474417099.001.0001

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Survey, Excavation and the Appearance of the Early Polis: A Reappraisal

Survey, Excavation and the Appearance of the Early Polis: A Reappraisal

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(p.31) 3 Survey, Excavation and the Appearance of the Early Polis: A Reappraisal
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The Archaeology of Greece and Rome
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Vladimir Stissi

, John Bintliff, Keith Rutter
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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9781474417099.003.0003

When writing a contribution to a Festschrift, the first thing to think of is of course a theme that relates to the honorand and her or his research. In the case of Anthony Snodgrass that is a surprisingly difficult task, because there are so many possibilities to choose from. As we all know, Anthony has produced seminal contributions to thinking about field survey, the Elgin marbles, Early Iron Age Greece, pottery styles, city planning, Archaic Greece, the origins of the polis, the (re-)birth of figurative art, demography, economy and many more subjects. To make things still harder for the Festschrift-writer, there is often not much to add to his interpretations and conclusions. It is therefore only with some hesitation that I here want to bring together and explore a set of Anthony’s favourite hobby horses: the material side of the early development of the Greek city-state, as it can be seen from excavations of domestic sites and through field survey.

Keywords:   Polis, Archaic, excavations

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