New Books by AIA Members

List and brief description of recent and forthcoming books authored by the AIA membership.

by Daniel J. Pullen
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (December 2011)
While "corridor houses" such as the House of the Tiles at Lerna have provoked widespread discussion about the origins of social stratification in Greece, few settlements of the Early Bronze Age (ca. 3100 to 2000 B.C.) have been thoroughly...
by Kathleen M. Lynch
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (October 2011)
This book presents the first well-preserved set of sympotic pottery which served a Late Archaic house in the Athenian Agora. The deposit contains household and fine-ware pottery, nearly all the figured pieces of which are forms associated with...
by Betsey A. Robinson
The American School of Classical Studies at Athens (July 2011)
The Peirene Fountain as described by its first excavator, Rufus B. Richardson, is “the most famous fountain of Greece.” Here is a retrospective of a wellspring of Western civilization, distinguished by its long history, service to a...
by Dr. Reese Powell PHD
Xlibris Corporation (March 2010)
Dr. Reese Powell Sr. is the author of The Eternal Flame Numerology of Redemption book published by Xlibris Corporation 03/31/2011, which is for sale online with Barnes & Noble’s Book stores, Amazon.com, Xlibris.com and Christian Book...
by William M. Murray
Oxford University Press (January 2012)
While we know a fair amount about naval strategies in the classical Greek and later Roman periods, our understanding of the period in between--the Hellenistic Age--has never been as complete. Thanks to new physical evidence discovered in the past...

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