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Negotiating Island Identities (Hardback)

The Active Use of Pottery in the Middle and Late Bronze Age Cyclades

Imprint: Gorgias Press
Series: Gorgias Studies in Classics
Pages: 252
ISBN: 9781593337254
Published: 18th January 2007
Casemate UK Academic

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Negotiating Island Identities explores the history of interaction between Crete and the Cycladic islands from the late Middle to Late Bronze II periods when Minoan influence was at its peak. Based on a thorough investigation of pottery assemblages from key sites, the book advocates a rethink of established acculturation scenarios (such as “Minoanisation”) in relation to the Cycladic islands. Openness or closure towards outside influences was not predetermined by cultural, geographical or ecological variables but was socially constructed. Island communities could consciously fashion their worlds and make choices about the nature and degree of interaction with their neighbours.

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