Bibliographies: Aegean Prehistory

The following have been added to the Zotero Group for Ancient World Open Bibliographies and the Ancient World Open Bibliographies Wiki. (I’m back from a staycation!)

Pre-Classical Greece

Sphragis: A Bibliography for Aegean Glyptic
http://people.ku.edu/~jyounger/Sphragis/
John Younger, Classics and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Kansas.
Last updated January 2011.
Three sections in this comprehensive bibliography include works to 1990, from 1990-present, and a listing of CMS volumes. Within each section the bibliographies, which include articles and monographs in multiple languages, are arranged by author but there are also topographical and thematic indexes.

Linear A Bibliography
http://www.people.ku.edu/~jyounger/LinearA/biblio.html
John Younger, Classics and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Kansas.
Last updated 14 May 2011.
Part of a larger site about Linear A. The bibliography is comprehensive for 1980-present and includes selected earlier works. It includes monographs and articles in multiple languages, arranged by author.

Select Bibliography for Cretan Hieroglyphic
http://people.ku.edu/~jyounger/Hiero/index.html
John Younger, Classics and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Kansas.
Last updated 27 December 2010.
Part of a larger site with Cretan Hieroglyphic texts; scroll to the bottom for the bibliography, which includes monographs and articles in multiple languages, arranged by author.

Select Bibliography on the Phaistos Disc
http://people.ku.edu/~jyounger/PHDisc/
John Younger, Classics and Women, Gender and Sexuality Studies, University of Kansas.
Last updated 26 March 2011.
Part of a larger site with information about the disc; scroll to the bottom for the bibliography, which includes monographs and articles in multiple languages, arranged by author, with a  focus on archaeology.

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