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Author Dakouri-Hild, Anastasia
Title Staging Death : Funerary Performance, Architecture and Landscape in the Aegean
Imprint Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc., 2016
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Descript 1 online resource (410 pages)
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Note Intro -- Contents -- Acknowledgments -- Staging Death: an Introduction -- Getting to Funerary Place in a Fairly Short Stretch of Time: Death and Performance in the Prehistoric Aegean -- Performative Places: Movement and Theatricality -- Funerary Ritual-Architectural Events in the Temple Tomb and the Royal Tomb at Knossos -- Fields of Action in Mycenaean Funerary Practices -- Politics of Death at Mitrou: Two Prepalatial Elite Tombs in a Landscape of Power -- Familial Places: Deathscapes and Townscapes -- Intra, Extra, Inferus and Supra Mural Burials of the Middle Helladic Period: Spatial Diversity in Practice -- The Practice of Funerary Destruction in the Southwest Peloponnese -- A Roof for the Dead: Tomb Design and the 'Domestication of Death' in Mycenaean Funerary Architecture -- Placing Bodies, Embodying Places -- Revisiting the Tomb: Mortuary Practices in Habitation Areas in the Transition to the Late Bronze Age at Kirrha, Phocis -- Mortuary Practices in the Middle Bronze Age at Kouphovouno: Vernacular Dimensions of the Mortuary Ritual -- ' Death Is Not the End': Tracing the Manipulation of Bodies and Other Materials in the Early and Middle Minoan Cemetery at Sissi -- Biographies and Memories of Place -- A Posthumanocentric Approach to Funerary Ritual and its Sociohistorical. Significance: the Early and Middle Bronze Age Tholos Tombs at Apesokari, Crete -- From Performing Death to Venerating the Ancestors at Lebena Yerokambos, Crete -- Aegean Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Burials in the Ruins of Rulers' Dwellings: a Legitimisation of Power? -- From Deathscapes to Beliefscapes -- Continuities and Discontinuities in Helladic Burial Customs During the Bronze Age -- Structuring Space, Performing Rituals, Creating Memories: Towards a Cognitive Map of Early Mycenaean Funerary Behaviour
Pollution and Purity in the Argolid and Corinthia During the Early Iron Age: the Burials -- BIOS -- Index
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Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated libraries
Link Print version: Dakouri-Hild, Anastasia Staging Death : Funerary Performance, Architecture and Landscape in the Aegean Berlin/Boston : De Gruyter, Inc.,c2016 9783110475784
Subject Funeral rites and ceremonies-Greece.
Archaeology and history-Greece.
Landscape archaeology-Greece.
Excavations (Archaeology)-Greece.
Civilization, Aegean.
Archaeology and history.-fast-(OCoLC)fst00813004
Excavations (Archaeology)-fast-(OCoLC)fst00917564
Funeral rites and ceremonies.-fast-(OCoLC)fst00936223
Landscape archaeology.-fast-(OCoLC)fst00991791
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Alt Author Boyd, Michael John
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