The essays collected together in this volume were written in honour of Professor Christopher Hawkes, in recognition of his stature as an international scholar and his generosity in encouraging the work of others. The collection consists of a closely-knit group of studies, and includes contributions from continental scholars. The topics covered range from links between the Mycenaean and Greek worlds, European body-armour, firedogs in Iron Age Britain to Bronzes in Hungary. Originally published in 1971.
1. From Bronze Age to Iron Age: A Sequel to a Sequel N. K. Sanders 2. The First European Body-armour A. M. Snodgrass 3. Kaineus (Caeneus): A Further Link Between the Mycenaean and Greek Worlds Sp. Marinatos 4. Some Remarks on ‘Peschiera’ Bronzes in Hungary A. Mozsolics 5. Openwork ‘Bird-cage’ Bronzes Jan Bouzek 6. Late Bronze and Early Iron in the Valley of the Ebro J. Maluquer de Motes 7. A Southern View of Situla Art John Boardman 8. The Construction of the Felloe in Iron Age Spoked Wheels G. Kossack 9. The Waldalgesheim Master E. M. Jope 10. From Uratu to Gundestrup: The Agency of Thracian Metal-work T. G. E. Powell 11. Tribes and Archaeological Groupings of the La Téne Period in Belgium: Some Observations M. E. Mariën 12. Firedogs in Iron Age Britain and Beyond Stuart Piggott. Bibliography of the Published Works of C. F. C. Hawkes
Reissuing works originally published between 1930 and 1996, this set presents a rich selection of renowned and lesser-known scholarship across the subject. Classic previously out-of-print works are brought back into print here in this set of research, guidance and surveys. It includes works of theory and of practical research, ranging over a wide range of themes from archaeology and place-names to industrial archaeology to the rock art of Africa.