The Luwian Civilization. The Missing Link in the Aegean Bronze Age

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ISBN / ISSN: 9786059680110
Basım yılı ve yeri: 2016 / İstanbul
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt Tipi: Karton kapak
Kondisyon: Yeni
Ürün Ağırlığı: 600 gr

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İçindekiler:



1. Prologue   

2. A New Perspective of the Aegean Bronze Age   

3. The Luwians
   




  • 3.1 Who Are the Luwians?   

  • 3.2 Habitat and Natural Resources   

  • 3.3 Late Bronze Age Archaeological Sites in Western Asia Minor   

  • 3.4 Petty States in Western Asia Minor   

  • 3.5 Luwian Scripts   

  • 3.6 Linear A Script   

  • 3.7 The Phaistos Disc   

  • 3.8 The Missing Link  

  • 3.9 Why are the Luwians Missing?  



4. Bronze Age   




  • 4.1 Late Bronze Age Shipwrecks   

  • 4.2 The Mycenaean Culture on the Greek Mainland  

  • 4.3 Minoan Crete   

  • 4.4 Hatti – the Hittite Empire   

  • 4.5 The New Kingdom in Egypt   

  • 4.6 Petty Kingdoms in Syria and Palestine   



5. Troy   




  • 5.1 The History of Troy   

  • 5.2 The Investigation of Troy   

  • 5.3 The Lower Town   

  • 5.4 Hydro Engineering During the Bronze Age   

  • 5.5 Descriptions of Ancient Troy   



6. The Sea Peoples   




  • 6.1 The Sea Peoples' Inscriptions and Excavation Results   

  • 6.2 Hypotheses Regarding the Sea Peoples’ Invasions   

  • 6.3 The Initial Sea Peoples’ Raids   

  • 6.4 The Trojan War as a Mycenaean Counterattack   

  • 6.5 Civil War on the Greek Mainland   



7. Iron Age   




  • 7.1 Migrations at the Beginning of the Iron Age   

  • 7.2 Caria   

  • 7.3 Phrygia   

  • 7.4 Lydia   

  • 7.5 The Philistines in Canaan and Palestine   

  • 7.6 Phoenicians   

  • 7.7 The Etruscan Culture   



8. Sources   




  • 8.1 The Homeric Epics   

  • 8.2 Non-Homeric Accounts of the Trojan War   

  • 8.3 Dio Chrysostom   

  • 8.4 Dictys Cretensis   

  • 8.5 Dares Phrygius   

  • 8.6 Quintus of Smyrna   

  • 8.7 Eusebius of Caesarea   

  • 8.8 John Malalas   

  • 8.9 Joseph of Exeter   

  • 8.10 Benoît de Sainte-Maure   

  • 8.11 Guido de Columnis   



9. Luwian Studies and its Goals   




  • 9.1 Closing the Research Gap   

  • 9.2 Proposed Methods   



10. Epilogue   

11. Appendices 
  

Glossary   

Sources   

Bibliography   

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