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SKYLLIS - Journal for Underwater Archaeology

 

SKYLLIS is the journal of the German Society for the Promotion of Underwater Archaeology (DEGUWA). It appears periodically in print since September 1998 in succession of the DEGUWA-newsletter. The latest volume (17, Book 2) was released in December 2018, here ist the TOC.

All »In Poseidons Reich« conference proceedings are published in our SKYLLIS journal. If you aim to contribute to the next volume, please refer to the notes for contributors for further guidance. All articles are published with German and English abstracts. Manuscripts submitted in French, Italian or Dutch - however - will be translated into German.




Contents
of edition 18/1:

Amphoras of Asia Minor, 800-100 B.C. Progress and Challenges
Mark L. Lawall

Transportamphoren als Zeugnisse des antiken Lebens Möglichkeiten und Grenzen einer Keramikgattung
Marek Palaczyk

Transport amphoras as interlinks in the ancient world
Nikoline Sauer

Petrological Analysis of Amphorae A Methodological Perspective
Ian K. Whitbread

Clays, Amphoras and Workshop Locations of Ancient Rhodes
Lisa Betina, Stella Skaltsa

Minding and Fillig the Gaps Exploring the Production, Technology and Trade of Koan Amphorae during the Hellenistic and Roman Periods
Viktoria Georgopoulou, Anno Hein, Dimitris Grigoropoulos

A note on the so-called fabricants of Knidian amphorae
John Lund

Archaic Amphorae from Taxiarchis Hill, Didyma
Alexandra Ch. J. von Miller

Amphorae from Priene Current State of Research and Perspectives
Lars Heinze

Transport Amphorae in Pergamon - International, Regional, Local?
Sarah Japp

Past and Future Adventures of the Pergamon Deposit
Anneke Keweloh-Kaletta, Nicole Neuenfeld

Lokale Keramikproduktion in Elaia und ein neuer Typ der Late Roman Amphora
Güler Ateş

Petrographic Analysis of Amphorae from the Eastern Aegean in Pannonia Preliminary Results
Anna Andrea Nagy, György Szakmány, Piroska Magyar Hárshegyi

Roman to Early Byzantine Amphoras from Miletus (Turkey) Archaeological and Archaeometric Research
Nico Schwerdt

No Fear of Amphoras!
The Current State of Processing Amphoras from Humeitepe/Miletus
Sabine Huy

Die Amphoren aus dem Grottenheiligtum am Osthang von Pergamon Überlegungen zu Chronologie und Konsumptionspraxis
Benjamin Engels

Tools for the Identification and Study of Amphoras: Databases, Corpora, and Catalogues
Gerald Finkielsztejn



Indices of contents of the volumes are available in our online-archive. You can get the skyllis by a subscription or a DEGUWA membership. For subscribing or ordering a single issue, please fill in the SKYLLIS order form and send it via post to the given address. You can also order single journals at the BAG-Verlag.

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