NVAP II: Landscape Archaeology and the Medieval Countryside Published
December 29, 2016
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of NVAP II: Landscape Archaeology and the Medieval Countryside, by Effie F. Athanassopoulos.
This volume presents the results of the medieval component of the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project (NVAP) survey conducted from 1985-1990. The archaeological evidence points to a proliferation of sites dating to the 12th-13th century A.D. There are two large sites and a substantial number of small sites on the lower slopes of the hills surrounding the Nemea Valley and in smaller valleys in the southern part of the survey area. Archaeological evidence of settlements from the late 13th to the 15th century is scarce, providing a contrast to the patterns documented for the 12th-late 13th century. This study is thus also concerned with general trends and important sociopolitical changes that affected such developments in the Nemea region in the medieval period.
Chapter 1: A Brief History of Byzantium
Chapter 2: The Medieval Countryside: Social and Economic Trends
Chapter 3: The Contribution of Archaeology
Chapter 4: Medieval Nemea
Chapter 5: Gazetteer of Medieval NVAP Sites
NVAP II: Landscape Archaeology and the Medieval Countryside
200 pp, 85 col figs, 35 b/w figs, 3 tables
Cloth, 9" x 12"
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