The Power of Technology in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean: The Case of the Painted Plasterby Ann Brysbaert
In the past, Bronze Age painted plaster in the Aegean and the Eastern Mediterranean has been studied from a range of different but isolated viewpoints. One of the current questions about this material is its direction of transfer. This volume brings technological, iconographic and other approaches closer together by completing certain gaps in the literature on technology, and by investigating how and why technological transfer has developed and what broader impact this had on the wider social dynamics of the late Middle Bronze Age and Late Bronze Age in the eastern Mediterranean.
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Ann Brysbaert is Senior Marie Curie Research Fellow in the Faculty of Archaeology at the University of Leiden.
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