Sanctuary of Hermes and Aphrodite at Syme Viannou VII, Part 1, The: The Greek and Roman Pottery

Sanctuary of Hermes and Aphrodite at Syme Viannou VII, Part 1, The

The Greek and Roman Pottery
 
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ISBN13:9781479830046
ISBN10:1479830046
Binding:Hardback
No. of pages:428 pages
Size:279x216 mm
Weight:1680 g
Language:English
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New insights from the archaeology and pottery of the sanctuary of Hermes and Aphrodite at Syme Viannou, Crete



The Sanctuary of Hermes and Aphrodite at Syme Viannou VII: The Greek and Roman Pottery presents in two volumes the Greek and Roman pottery recovered from the excavation of the sanctuary of Syme Viannou, one of the most long-lived and important cult sites of ancient Crete and the Aegean. The site, which is known as the Cretan Delphi, was dedicated to Hermes and Aphrodite for much of its history. The present study analyzes and catalogs 865 pieces, dating from across the early first millennium BCE to the mid-first millennium CE. Kotsonas integrates traditional typological and chronological inquiries with contextual considerations, macroscopic and petrographic analyses of ceramic fabrics, and quantitative studies. The resulting work provides detailed documentation of the pottery from Syme Viannou and explores its ritual and other roles within the diachronic panorama of cultic and other activities at the site. It also supports a broader understanding of the role of ceramics in sanctuary contexts by introducing systematically comparative perspectives on the evidence of pottery from other Cretan and Greek sanctuaries.

Volume 1 provides an introduction to the site of the sanctuary of Syme Viannou and its history, and contains an analytical catalog of the ceramic remains.