From Athens to Gordion: The Papers of a Memorial Symposium for Rodney S. Young

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Keith DeVries
UPenn Museum of Archaeology, 1980 - History - 168 pages
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The nine papers in this volume, presented by former colleagues and students of the late Rodney S. Young, are representative of Young's archaeological interests: Athens, where he received his archaeological training, and Gordion, where he achieved his greatest successes. This book will prove valuable to students and scholars interested in the interconnections between Greece and Anatolia from the Bronze Age through classical times.

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Contents

INTRODUCTION TO THE SYMPOSIUM
1
THE STATE PRISON OF ANCIENT ATHENS
17
GREEKS AND PHRYGIANS IN THE EARLY IRON AGE
33
CREMATIONS OF THE MIDDLE PHRYGIAN PERIOD
65
ARCHAIC WALL PAINTINGS FROM GORDION
91
ON LYDIAN SARDIS
99
LYDIAN TEXTILES
133
THE QUESTION OF BALCONIES AT HASANLU
149
POSTSCRIPT
159
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