"Sea Peoples" up-to-date : new research on transformations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the 13th-11th centuries BCE : proceedings of the ESF-Workshop held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, 3-4 November 2014

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Full title: "Sea Peoples" up-to-date : new research on transformations in the Eastern Mediterranean in the 13th-11th centuries BCE : proceedings of the ESF-Workshop held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences, Vienna, 3-4 November 2014 / Peter M. Fischer and Teresa Bürge (editions.).
Alternative titles: Proceedings.
Corporate Authors: European Science Foundation. Workshop
Other authors: Fischer, Peter M., (Editor)
Bürge, Teresa, (Editor)
Format: Book           


Table of Contents:
  • Reflections on the outcomes of the workshop: problems and desiderata /
  • Peter M. Fischer and Teresa Bürge
  • The sea people after three millennia: possibilities and limitations of historical reconstruction /
  • Reinhard Jung
  • Causes of complex system collapse at the end of the Bronze Age /
  • Malcolm H. Weiner
  • The sea people and the collapse of Mycenaean palatial rule /
  • Heléne Whittaker
  • The climate context of the 3.2 kyr calBP event /
  • Dabid Kaniewski and Elise van Campo
  • Dating the end of the late bronze age with radiocarbon: some observations, concerns, and revisiting the dataing of late Cypriot IIC to IIA /
  • Sturt W. Manning, Catherine Kearns, and Brita Lorentzen
  • Sea peoples, Philistines, and the destruction of cities: a critical examinationof destruction layers 'caused' by the 'Sea peoples' /
  • Jesse Michael Millek
  • Some notes on Philistines, migration, and Mediterraniean connectivity /
  • Assaf Yasur-Landau
  • The appearance, formation, and transformation of Philistine culture: new perspectives and new finds /
  • Aren M. Maeir and Louise A. Hitchcock
  • Anglo-Saxons and Sea Peoples: comparing similar approaches for tracking ancient human migration /
  • Lorenz Rahmstorf
  • The 13th/12th century BCE destructions and the abandonment of Hala Sultan Tekke, Cyprus /
  • Peter M. Fischer
  • Flourishing amidst a 'crisis': the regional history of the Paphos Polity at the transition from the 13th to the 12th centuries BC /
  • Artemis Georgiou
  • The late Bronze-Iron Age transition and the problem of the Sea Peoples phenomenon in China /
  • Gunnar Lehmann
  • The archaeological ramifications of 'Philistines' in Aleppo /
  • Diederick J.W. Meijer
  • The impact of the Sea Peoples in the central and northern Levant in perspective /
  • Franciso J. Núñez
  • Flucuations in Levantine Maritime Foci across the Late Bronze/Iron Age transition charting the role of the Sharon-Camel (Tjeker) Coast in the rise of Iron Age Phoenician politics /
  • Ayelet Gilboa and Ilan Sharon
  • The late Bronze to early Iron Age transition in Transjordan
  • between tradition and innovation: evidence of migration at Tell Abu al-Kharaz, Jordan Valley? /
  • Teresa Bürge
  • Philistines and Danites /
  • Wolfgang Zwickel
  • The Sea Peoples: a view from the pottery /
  • Penelope A. Mountjoy
  • How Aegean is Philistine pottery? the use of Aegean-type pottery and in the Early 21th century BCE Southern Levant /
  • Philipp W. Stockhammer
  • Weapons and metals
  • interregional contacts between Italy and the Eastern Mediterranean during the late Bronze Age /
  • Mathias Mehofer and Reinhard Jung
  • Shifts in value? exotica in the 13th-12th centuries BCE Mediterranean /
  • Gert Jan van Wijngaarden.