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STUDIES IN MEDITERRANEAN ARCHAEOLOGY
VOL. CXXXVII

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STUDIES IN
MEDITERRANEAN ARCHAEOLOGY:
FIFTY YEARS ON

EDITED BY
Jennifer M. Webb and David Frankel

ÅSTRÖMS FÖRLAG
UPPSALA 2012
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STUDIES IN MEDITERRANEAN ARCHAEOLOGY
Volume CXXXVII
Founded by Paul Åström

Editors-in-Chief
Jennifer M. Webb

David Frankel

La Trobe University, Melbourne
sima@astromeditions.com
Advisory Board
Hector Catling
Vassos Karageorghis

Robert Merrillees
Carl-Gustaf Styrenius

Editorial Board
Shlomo Bunimovitz
Jan Driessen
Nikos Efstratiou
Peter Fischer
Jeannette Forsén
Maria Iacovou

Reinhard Jung
Demetrios Michaelides
Edgar Peltenburg
Despo Pilides
Nancy Serwint
Joanna S. Smith

Published by Åströms förlag
Banérg 25 SE 752 37
Uppsala, Sweden
www.astromeditions.com
© Åströms förlag 2012

ISSN: 0081-8232
ISBN: 978-91-7081-246-0
Printed in Sweden

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Paul Åström

This volume is dedicated to the memory of Professor Paul Åström, founder of Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology

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Contents

Table of contents
Publisher’s preface, by Lennart Åström

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Editors’ preface, by Jennifer M. Webb and David Frankel

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List of contributors

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1.

Reflections on the beginning of SIMA, by Lena Söderhjelm

1

2.

Fifty years of SIMA publications on Cypriot archaeology: achievements and perspectives, by Vassos Karageorghis

3

3.

The SIMA Corpus of Cypriote Antiquities: the way forward, by Despo Pilides

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4.

‘Strange places crammed with observation’: reporting the site, by David Frankel

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5.

Early Cypriot prehistory in the light of recent developments, by Nikos Efstratiou

33

6.

Fifty years on: evaluating SIMA’s contribution to Aegean Early Bronze Age archaeology, by Jeannette Forsén

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7.

Kalopsidha: forty-six years after SIMA volume 2, by Jennifer M. Webb

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SIMA’s contribution to Cypriot coroplastic studies, by Nancy Serwint

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9.

Paul Åström, SIMA and Alashiya, by Robert Merrillees

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10. SIMA and the new Swedish Cyprus Expedition at Hala Sultan Tekke, by Peter M. Fischer

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11. The SIMA contribution to our understanding of Mycenaean material culture in Cyprus, by Reinhard Jung

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12. Resources for the study of seals found on Cyprus, by Joanna S. Smith

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13. Iron Age iron: from invention to innovation, by Shlomo Bunimovitz and Zvi Lederman

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14. Six installations of the Ayia Irini-group in Stockholm, by Carl-Gustaf Styrenius

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Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology: publication list (1962–2012)

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Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology: index of authors

131

Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology: general index

135

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List of contributors

Lena Söderhjelm
Fabriksg 31
SE-412 51 Gothenburg, Sweden
Lennart Åström
Åström Editions
Banérg 25
SE-752 37 Uppsala, Sweden
sima@astromeditions.com
Shlomo Bunimovitz
The J.M. Alkow Department of Archaeology and
Ancient Near Eastern Cultures, Tel Aviv University
Ramat Aviv
Tel Aviv 69978, Israel
bunimov@post.tau.ac.il
Nikos Efstratiou
Department of Archaeology
University of Thessaloniki, Greece
efstrati@hist.auth.gr
Peter Fischer
University of Vienna, University of Gothenburg
Dörjeskärsgatan 37,
S-421 60 Västra Frölunda, Sweden
peter.fischer@ptj.se
Jeannette Forsén
Kyösti Kallios väg 4 A 16
Fi-00570 Helsinki, Finland
jeanetteforsen@hotmail.co.uk
David Frankel
Archaeology Program, La Trobe University
Victoria 3086, Australia
d.frankel@latrobe.edu.au
Vassos Karageorghis
16 Kastorias Street, Lykavitos
1055 Nicosia, Cyprus
vassoskarageorghis@cytanet.com.cy

Reinhard Jung
Universität Salzburg
Fachbereich Altertumswissenschaften
Residenzplatz 1/II
A-5010 Salzburg, Austria
Reinhard.Jung@sbg.ac.at
Zvi Lederman
Sonia and Marco Nadler Institute of Archaeology
Tel Aviv University
Tel Aviv 69978, Israel...
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