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Haggis, D. C.
- Affiliation: College of Arts and Sciences, Department of Classics
- We began digging at Azoria in 2002, with the goal of studying the development of an Early Iron Age (EIA) and Archaic settlement on Crete. We shaped our research design to fit the language of culture-history narratives of urbanization, polis formation, and Archaic political economies, along the way, engaging questions of the early Greek household, the development of political architecture, and the relationship between sociopolitical organization and resource mobilization (Haggis et alii 2011a; 2011b). This paper reflects on the results of the past decade of fieldwork while integrating results of recent excavation at the site.
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- Cretan Cities: Formation and Transformation. Lectures at UCLouvain
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- Aegis: Actes de colloques 2014: La naissance de cites cretoises, vol. 7
- Universite Catholique de Louvain
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