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Sammelwerk  Naxos and the Byzantine Aegean: Insular Responses to Regional Change
Crow, James G.Hill, David [Hrsg.]. - Athens (2018)


In Reihe: Papers and monographs from the Norwegian Institute at Athens / 7
Deskriptoren: Naxos Byzantinisches Reich
Sprache: Englisch
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Naxos in the Imperial and Early Christian periods
Lambrinoudakis, Vassilis. • S. 3-18

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The historical context of settlement change on Naxos in the Early Middle Ages
Magdalino, Paul. • S. 19-28

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The Aegean during the ‘Transitional' period of Byzantium: the archaeological evidence
Poulou-Papadimitriou, Natalia. • S. 29-50

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Monetary circulation in the Cyclades during the Dark Ages: an updated approach
Penna, Vassiliki. • S. 51-60

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Island Responses in the Byzantine Aegean: Naxosunder the lens of current archaeological research
Vionis, Athanasios K.. • S. 61-81

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Kastro Apalirou in context
Hill, DavidRoland, HakonØdegård, Ottar. • S. 83-88

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The defences and fortifications of Apalirou
Roland, Hakon. • S. 89-104

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The internal topography and structures of Apalirou
Hill, David. • S. 105-122

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The Churches of Apalirou
Ødegård, Knut. • S. 123-136

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Extra-mural structures and paths
Hill, DavidØdegård, Knut. • S. 137-144

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Ceramics as an indicator of building chronology at Kastro Apalirou: Preliminary observations
Indgjerd, Hallvard. • S. 145-155

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The Leukos Survey Project (Canadian Institute at Athens)
Nelson, Michael C.Kelly, AmandaBegg, D. J. IanBrenningmeyer, Todd. • S. 157-176

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Dhaskalio, Keros: An unknown Early Byzantinechurch, its ceramic finds,and small-scale navigation in the central Aegean
Tzavella, Elli. • S. 177-194

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An Aegean coastal Settlement in theEnd of Late Antiquity: the case of Schinoussa near Naxos
Chatzilazarou, Dimitrios. • S. 195-222

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The Aniconic Churches of Naxos
Crow, James G.. • S. 223-238

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Microcosm to Landscape: the Church called Theosképasti and the Environs of Apalirou
Manolopoulou, VickyLekakis, SteliosJackson, MarkTurner, Sam. • S. 239-255

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The Byzantine wall paintings of Panaghia Protothronos at Chalki, Naxos (10th-11th c. phases). Meanings, function and historical context
Panayotidi, MariaKonstantellou, Dora. • S. 257-282

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The iconographic theme of Deesis in the 14th century monumental painting on Naxos
Kostarelli, Alexandra. • S. 283-298

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The Veneration of Saint Mamas in the Mediterranean: a traveller, border defender, Saint
Tsilipakou, Agathonikes D.. • S. 299-309

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The Evolution from Early Christian to Middle Byzantine Church Architecture on the Island of Naxos
Aslanidis, Klimis. • S. 311-338

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The Early Christian Basilica of Agios Stephanos in Agidia Naxos
Bilis, ThemistoklesMagnisali, Maria. • S. 339-354

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The use of the corbelling technique in the AegeanIslands during the Middle Ages. Examples from the Cyclades and the Dodecanese
Sigalla, Maria. • S. 355-370

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"To the splendour of our Byzantine heritage" Managing Orthodox churches in the Island of Naxos
Lekakis, Stelios. • S. 371-389