By Eleni Mantzourani, Philip P. Betancourt
Contributions by way of 37 students are introduced jointly the following to create a quantity in honor of the lengthy and fruitful occupation of Costis Davaras, former Ephor of Crete and Professor Emeritus of Minoan Archaeology on the collage of Athens. Articles pertain to Bronze Age Crete and comprise mortuary experiences, experimental archaeology, various artifactual reviews, and discussions at the larger Minoan civilization.
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P. Militello for discussing this idea). HARVESTING AN OLD RATTLE: THE BRONZE SISTRUM FROM THE “ROYAL” VILLA AT HAGIA TRIADA The depiction of the sistrum on the Harvester Vase provides one clear example of how the instrument was used in Minoan celebration, namely as part of the music and song that accompanied groups on their way to collect crops or make offerings at a remote cult installation like the peak sanctuaries (Koehl 2006, 90). It would not be surprising, however, if the rattle also played a musical role in other rituals and ceremonies inside the villa.
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Philistor: Studies in Honor of Costis Davaras by Eleni Mantzourani, Philip P. Betancourt