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Bennet, J. 1994. “Two New Marks on Bronze Age Pottery from Kommos,” Kadmos 33: 153-59.

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Betancourt, P. 1980. Cooking Vessels from Minoan Kommos: A Preliminary Report, Institute of Archaeology, University of California, Los Angeles, Occasional Paper 7. Los Angeles.

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Betancourt, P., L. Berkowitz, and R.L. Zaslow 1990. “Evidence for a Minoan Basket from Kommos, Crete,” Cretan Studies 2: 73-77.

Betancourt, Philip, M. Nelson, and H. Williams (eds), 2007 Krinoi kai Limenes: Studies in Honor of Joseph and Maria Shaw. 372pp, INSTAP Academic Press, Philadelphia.

Bianco, G. 2003. “Two Different Building Modules of Measurement at Kommos-A Neopalatial Module in Building T and a Postpalatial Module in Building P.” Metron. Measuring the Aegean Bronze Age. Proceedings of the 9th International Aegean Conference, New Haven, Yale University, 18-21 April 2002 (Eds. K. Foster and R. Laffineur): 415-419. Liège and Austin.

Bikai, P.M. 2000. “The Phoenician Ceramics from the Greek Sanctuary,” pp. 302-321, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Blitzer, H. B. 1995. “Minoan Implements and Industries,” pp. 403-535, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1995.

Buxeda i Garrigos, J., V. Kilikoglou, P.M. Day 2001.”Chemical and Mineralogical Alteration of Ceramics from A Late Bronze Age Kiln at Kommos, Crete: The Effect on the Formation of a Control Group.” Archaeometry 43: 349-371.

Callaghan, P.J., A. Johnston, J.W. Hayes and R. Jones. 2000. “The Iron Age Pottery from Kommos,” pp. 210-335, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.), 2000.

Coutroubaki-Shaw, Maria and Joseph W. Shaw. 2000. ΚΟΜΜΟΣ.”Η Θέση του στην προϊστορική καί την ιστορική εποχή.” In Η Μεσορά ΜΕΣΑ ΑΠΟ ΤΑ ΜΝΗΜΕΕΙΑ ΤΗΣ(Α. Vasilakis, ed.), First Archaeological Meeting of the Mesara, 5,6,7 September 1996: 73-108.

Csapo, E. 1991. “An International Community of Traders in Late 8th-7th c. B.C. Kommos in Southern Crete,” ZPE 88: 211-16.

  • 1993. “A Postscript to ‘An International Community of Traders in Late 8th-7th c. B.C. Kommos in Southern Crete’,” ZPE 96: 235-36.

Csapo, E., A.W. Johnston, and D. Geagan 2000. “The Iron Age Inscriptions,” pp. 101-134, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Day, P. and V. Kilikoglou 2000. “Analysis of Ceramics from the Kiln,” pp. 111-134, in J.W. Shaw et al. 2001.

Dabney, M.K. 1996. “Catalogue of Miscellaneous Finds: Ceramic Loomweights and Spindle Whorls,” “Jewellery and Seals” and “Lead Objects,” pp. 244-270, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1996.

  • 2000. “Jewellery,” pp. 341-350, and “Ceramic Loomweights and Spindle Whorls,” pp. 352-357, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Gifford, J. 1995. “The Physical Geology of the Western Mesara and Kommos,” pp. 30-90, in J.W. Shaw and M. C. Shaw (eds.) 1995.

Hayes, J.W. 2000. “Roman Pottery from the Sanctuary,” pp. 312-320 “Roman Lamps from the Sanctuary,” pp. 320-330, and “Glass,” pp. 336-340, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Johnston, A. 1992. “Anfore laconiche a Kommos.” In P. Pelagatti, ed., Lakonikà: ricerche e nuovi materiali di ceramica laconica (Supplement to BdA 64), Rome: 115-116.

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Johnston, A.W. and T. de Domingo. 1997. “Trade between Kommos, Crete and East Greece: a Petrographic Study of Archaic Transport Amphorae.” In A. Sinclair, et al. (eds.), Archaeological Sciences 1995 (Proceedings of a Conference on the Application of Scientific Techniques to the Study of Archaeology, Liverpool, July 1995). Oxford: 62-68.

Joyner, L. and P.M. Day, “The Kommos LM IA Kiln: Petrographic Fabric Descriptions,” pp. 139-155 in J.W. Shaw (ed.) et al. 2001.

La Rosa, V. 1985. “Preliminary Considerations on the Problem of the Relationship between Phaistos and Hagia Triadha,” pp. 45-54, in J. W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1985.

McEnroe, J. 1996. “The Central Hillside at Kommos. The Late Minoan Period,” pp. 199-235, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1996.

Muhly, J. and E. Sikla (eds.) 2000. One Hundred Years of American Archaeological Work on Crete. Athens.

Nixon, L.F. 1996. “The Oblique House and the Southeast Rooms,” pp. 59-92, in J. W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1996.

Parsons, M. 1995. “Soil and Land Use Studies at Kommos,” pp. 292-324, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1995.

Payne, S. 1995. “Appendix 5.1. The Small Mammals,” pp. 278-291, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1995.

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Raumer, J.W.F., and S. Payne 1986. “Notes on the Soricidae (Insectovora, Mammalia) from Crete. II. The Shrew Remains from Minoan and Classical Kommos,” Bonner zoologische Beiträge 37: 173-182.

Reese, D. 1995. “The Minoan Fauna,” pp. 163-291, in J. W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1995.

  • 2000. “Worked Astragali,” pp. 398-401, “Ostrich Eggshell,” pp. 401-403, and “Fossils,” pp. 403-407, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds) 2000.

Reese, D., M.J. Rose and D. Ruscillo 2000. “The Iron Age Fauna,” pp. 415-646, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Rehder, J.E. 2000. “Ironworking in the Greek Sanctuary,” pp. 80-89, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Rose, M.J. 1995. “The Fish Remains,” pp. 204-240, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1995.

  • 2000. “The Fish Remains,” pp. 495-560, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Russell, P. J. 1985. “A Middle Cypriote Jug from Kommos, Crete,” in P. Betancourt (ed.), Temple University Aegean Symposium 10. Philadelphia: 42-50.

Rutter, J. 1999. “Cretan External Relations during LM IIIA2-B (ca. 1370-1200 B.C.): A View from the Mesara,” in The Point Iria Wreck: Interconnections in the Mediterranean ca. 1200 BC (W. Phelps et al., eds.), Athens: 139-186.

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Rutter, J. And P. Day 2011, with D. Ben-Schlomo and E. Nodarou. “Transport Stirrup Jars from the Southern Levant: New Light on Commodity Exchange in the Eastern Aegean,” AJA 115, pp/ 329-353

Rutter, J. and A. Van de Moortel 2006. “Minoan Pottery from the Southern Area,” pp. 261-715 in J. W. Shaw and M. C. Shaw (eds.) 2006.

Schwab, K.A. 1996. “Catalogue of Miscellaneous Finds: Stone Vessels,” pp. 271-282, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1996.

  • 2000. “Bronze, Lead, and Bone Implements,” pp. 391-395, and “Bronze, Lead and Faience Vessels,” pp. 395-398, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2000.

Sease, C. 1996. “Appendix 4.1. Objects Conservation at Kommos,” pp. 326-328, in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1996.

Shaw, J. W. 1977. “Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1976,” Hesperia 46: 199-240.

  • 1978. “Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1977,” Hesperia 47: 111-170.
  • 1979. ”Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1978,” Hesperia 48: 145-173.
  • 1980. “Excavations at Kommos (Crete) during 1979,” Hesperia 49: 207-250.
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  • 1983a. “The Development of Minoan Orthostates,” AJA 87: 213-216.
  • 1983b. “Stone Weight Anchors from Kommos, Crete,” International Journal of Nautical Archaeology 12: 91-100.
  • 1984a. “A New Colonnade discovered at Kommos, Crete,” ROM Archaeological Newsletter II (2), May.
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  • 1984c. “Minoan Kommos: A Harbour Town of Ancient Crete,” Rotunda 7, Spring: 24-33.
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  • 1989a. “Phoenicians in Southern Crete,” AJA 93: 165-183.
  • 1989b. “The Cretan Temples,” (abstract) AJA 93: 253.
  • 1990. “Bronze Age Aegean Harborsides,” Thera and the Aegean World III (D. A. Hardy, ed.), Vol. I: 420-436. Athens.
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  • 1995. “Two Three-holed Stone Anchors from Kommos, Crete: their Context, Type, and Origin,” IJNA 24: 279-291.
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  • 1998a. “Der phönizische Schrein in Kommos auf Kreta (ca. 800 v.Chr.),” Veröff Joachim Jungius-Ges. Wiss. Hamburg 87: 93-104. Hans Niemeier Festschrift.
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  • 2001b. “The Mystery of the Pitsidian Slab,” in Ithaki (eds. S. Bohm and K.-V. von Eickstedt) Festschrift für Jörg Schäfer zum 75. Geburtstag am 25.April 2001: 137-142.
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  • 2004. “Temple B at Kommos, Crete: A Response,” Creta Antica 5, pp. 199-202.
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  • 2006. Kommos V, The Monumental Minoan Buildings. Princeton.

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Shaw, J.W., M.C. Shaw, and J. Younger, 2012. “The Miscellaneous Finds,” pp. 75-92 in J. W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 2012.

Shaw, J.W, A. Van de Moortel, P. Day, V. Kilikoglou, 1997. “A LM IA Kiln at Kommos, Crete,” pp. 323-330 in P. Betancourt and R. Laffineur (eds.), Techne. Craftsmen, Craftswomen and Craftsmanship in the Aegean Bronze Age. Aegaeum 16. Liège.

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Shaw, Maria. 1981. “Sir Arthur Evans at Kommos: A Cretan Village Remembers its Past,” Expedition 23: 4-12.

    • 1983. “Two Cups with Incised Decoration from Kommos, Crete,” American Journal of Archaeology 87: 443-452.
    • 1985. “Late Minoan I Building J/T, and Late Minoan III Buildings N and P at Kommos: their Nature and Possible Uses as Residences, Palaces and/or Emporia,” pp. 19-30, in J.W. Shaw and Maria C. Shaw (eds.) 1985.
    • 1987. “A Bronze Figurine of a Man from the Sanctuary at Kommos, Crete,” in Eilapine, Festschrift for Professor N. Platon, Herakleion, Crete: 371-382.
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    • 1996. “Introduction,” “The North House and Peripheral Areas,” pp. 15-59, “The Southern Cliffside,” pp. 92-105, and “The House with the Press,” pp. 105-138 in J.W. Shaw and M.C. Shaw (eds.) 1996.
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    Shaw, M.C. and A. Chapin 2012. “The Frescoes,” pp. 57-74 in M. Shaw and J. W. Shaw (eds.) 2012.

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