Bronzeworking on Late Minoan Crete: A Diachronic Study (British Archaeological Reports British Series) by Lena Hakulin

Bronzeworking on Late Minoan Crete: A Diachronic Study (British Archaeological Reports British Series) Author: Lena Hakulin
eBook Title: Bronzeworking on Late Minoan Crete: A Diachronic Study (British Archaeological Reports British Series)
ISBN10: 1841716057
ISBN13: 978-1841716053
Language: English
Publisher: British Archaeological Reports (July 1, 2004)
Category: Engineering & Transportation
Subcategory: Engineering
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Bronzeworking was an important industry in the late Bronze Age Aegean and this thesis draws on a large database of material related to Late Minoan bronze objects, raw materials, evidence for workshops and so on. Lena Hakulin not only presents an overview of the bronzeworking industry on Late Minoan Crete but she also tackles some of the fundamental questions associated with identifying the sources used, where the skills and technology originated and how they developed, and seeks to account for changes in object types, find contexts, technology and copper sources over time. The text is short (36 pages) with much of the volume taken up by appendices presenting tables of data.

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