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Volume XI-XII, 1998.
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Volume XI-XII, 1998.


P. Åström, An Altar to an Unknown God at Hala Sultan Tekke? M. R. Bel-giorno, Anthropomorphic Vases of the Early and Middle Bronze Age in Cyprus. J. Bouzek, Sibyllae. C.A. Dixon, The End of Malta´s Temple-building Culture. G.R.H. Wright, Eros and Thanatos. A Myth – Ancient or Modern? E. Yiannouli, Fecundity and the Sacred. Some...

Volume XIII, 1999.
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Volume XIII, 1999.


P. Flourentzos, A Unique Jug with a Scenic Composition from Pyrgos (Limassol District). L.A. Hitchcock, Cult(ural) Continuity and Regional Diversity: the Encoding of Aegean Form and Function in Late Bronze Age Cypriot Architecture. St.R. Berlant, The Prehistoric Practice of Personifying Psychotropic Mushrooms. G.R.H. Wright, Homo Nenecans. Reviews of books.

Volume XIV, 2000.
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Volume XIV, 2000.


Abstracts of papers presented at the 8th International Aegean Conference organized by the University of Ličge and Göteborg University on the theme POTNIA. Divinités et religion en Égée ŕ l’âge du Bronze. Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age held at Göteborg University, 12-15 April 2000.

Volume XV, 2001.
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Volume XV, 2001.


E.T. Bloedow, The agrimi as a potn…a qhrîn Motif in Minoan Glyptic. St. Nikoloudis, Animal Sacrifice in the Mycenaean World. J. Gulizio, A-re in the Linear B Tablets and the Continuity of the Cult of Ares in the Historical Period. A. Krauss, i-je-ro and Related Terms. Review of book.

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Volume XVI-XVII, 2003.


K. Nys and P. Ĺström, Evidence of Bull-Riding in the Cypriote Bronze Age. P. Biagi, The Rhyton of the Balkan Peninsula: Chronology, Origin, Dispersion and Function of a Neolithic ‘Cult’ Vessel. M.L. Moss, Two Minoan ‘Goddess’ Figures. J. Weilhartner, Oil and Honey on Some of the Linear B-Offering Tablets from Knossos. Considerations about their Possible...

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Volume XVIII, 2004.


P. Flourentzos, A New Unique Object in Cypriote Archaeology: the Pyxis of the Goddess with Uplifted Arms. A. Jacobs, The Knossos Miniature Paintings Reconsidered. J. Weilhartner, Neue Hinweise für die Existenz mykenischer Brandopfer. G.R.H. Wright, History of Religion. History and Religion. Croce, Collingwood and Kristensen. Books and articles received.

Volume II, 1988.
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Volume II, 1988.


P. Åström, A Cypriote Cult Scene. B.C. Dietrich, A Minoan Symbol of Renewal. I. and E. Loucas, The Megaron of Lykosoura and Some Prehistoric Telesteria. K.A. Wipf, Phenomäne des Göttlichen in urgeschichtlicher Zeit. G.R.H. Wright, The Severed Head in Earliest Neolithic Times. Reviews of books.

Vol XXII, 2010.
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Vol XXII, 2010.


K. Nys, Twenty-four years of the Journal of Prehistoric Religion. Editorial. S.L. Budin, Maternity, Children, and “Mother Goddesses” in Minoan Iconography. J.W. Earle, Trade, Politics and Religion in the Early Iron Age Aegean: Explaining the Sacred Island of Delos. K. Nys et al., New evidence on the Religious Use of Room 67 at Hala Sultan...

Vol XXIII, 2012.
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Vol XXIII, 2012.


About the Editor M. Georgiadis, Leska. A new peak sanctuary on the island of Kythera. S. Crooks, Cult Stones of Ancient Cyprus. Notes on the Authors