Aegean Seals: An Introduction (BICS Supplement 85)

O Krzyszkowska
1 March 2005
250 × 180 mm
455 pp
Hardback: 978-0-900587-97-9
Seals and sealings provide an extremely rich source of evidence for the Aegean Bronze Age. They are truly monuments in miniature, offering insights into art and iconography, craft and technology, social status, administration and more besides.

Aegean Seals is the first comprehensive overview of this fascinating subject, tracing the development of seals and sealing practices from the third millennium to the end of the Bronze Age, with particular emphasis on the great palace civilizations of Minoan Crete and Mycenaean Greece.

Copiously illustrated, this study combines original research with critical analysis of specialist literature and presents many recent discoveries.