New Books by AIA Members
The Settlement and Architecture of Lerna IV (Lerna vol. VI)

by Elizabeth C. Banks

American School of Classical Studies at Athens (May, 2013)

<p>In 1995 Jeremy B. Rutter presented the pottery of the Fourth Settlement at Lerna in <em>Lerna</em> III: <em>The Pottery of Lerna IV</em>. The new volume is the companion to the Rutter volume, outlining the architectural sequence of the EH III period at the site with descriptions of the major building types and other features, such as hearths, ovens, and <em>bothroi</em>. Careful examination of the individual buildings and their contents constitutes the core of the text. The changing settlement patterns of the site through time are considered, and sources of influences are suggested.</p> <p>Contents:<br /> <br /> Chapter 1: Introduction and Organization<br /> <br /> Chapter 2: Architectural Overview<br /> <br /> Chapter 3: The House of the Tiles Tumulus<br /> <br /> Chapter 4: The Settlements in the Main Area: Lerna IV.1<br /> <br /> Chapter 5: The Settlements in the Main Area: Lerna IV.2<br /> <br /> Chapter 6: The Settlements in the Main Area: Lerna IV.3<br /> <br /> Chapter 7: The Settlements in Area D<br /> Chapter 8: The Settlements in the Minor Trenches<br /> <br /> Chapter 9: Concluding Discussion<br /> <br /> Appendixes: Walls and Buildings, Pottery Lots and Rutter Pottery Groups, Bothros Catalogue and Commentary, Burials, The Fauna (by David S. Reese)<br /> <br /> References<br /> <br /> Index<br /> <br /> 484 pp, 117 bw figs, 47 plans, 6 sections, 19 tables<br /> Casebound, 9&quot; x 12&quot;</p>