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A crusader, Ottoman, and early modern aegean archaeology

A crusader, Ottoman, and early modern aegean archaeology
Titel: A crusader, Ottoman, and early modern aegean archaeology
built environment and domestic material culture in the medieval and post-medieval cyclades, greece (13th-20th centuries AD)
Auteur: Athanasios K. Vionis
Bestelnr.: 9789087281779
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This ASLU volume examines the built environment and aspects of domestic material culture of the Late Byzantine/Frankish, Ottoman and Early Modern Cyclades in the Aegean (13th - 20th centuries).

On the basis of primary archaeological data gathered by the Cyclades Research Project, this monograph's aims are the reconstruction of everyday domestic life in towns and villages, the identification of socio-cultural identities that shaped or were reflected on pre-Modern material remains, and the history of island landscapes through the study of certain aspects of material culture. Aspects of 'material culture' analysed in this study include settlement layout (fortified settlements and undefended nucleated villages), domestic buildings (housing of urban character, peasant housing and farmsteads), ceramics (locally produced and imported glazed tableware), internal fittings (built structures and mobile fittings) and island-costumes (male and female dress codes).

Archaeological Studies Leiden University (ASLU) is a series of the Faculty of Archaeology, Leiden University since 1998. The series' aim is to publish Research and PhD theses of Archaeology and covers the international research fields of European Prehistory, Classical-, Near Eastern-, Indian American- and Science-based Archaeology.

- Athanasios Vionis was elected to the position of Lecturer in Byzantine Art and Archaeology at the University of Cyprus in 2009, he has collaborated with survey and excavation projects in Greece, Cyprus and Turkey.