Dr. Sarah Finlayson - Publikationen

Finlayson, S. 2021. '(Re)Defining Writing in the Bronze Age Aegean'. In, J. Bennet (ed.), Representations: Material and Immaterial Modes of Communication in the Bronze Age Aegean. Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology 13. Oxford: Oxbow Books.


Finlayson, S. 2021. ‘Writing and Elite Status in the Bronze Age Aegean’. In, P.J. Boyes, P.M. Steele and N. Elvira Astoreca (eds.), The Social and Cultural Contexts of Historic Writing Systems. Oxford: Oxbow Books: 249-267.


Finlayson, S. 2020. ‘The House Seal: examining seal use and sealing practices in Proto- and Neopalatial Crete in the light of Lévi-Strauss’ model of House Societies’. In, M. Relaki and J. Driessen (eds.), OIKOS. Archaeological Approaches to House Societies in Aegean Prehistory. Aegis 19. Louvain: Presses Universitaires de Louvain: 185-200.


Bogacz B., Finlayson S., Panagiotopoulos D., Mara H. 2020. ‘Quantifying Deformation in Aegean Sealing Practices’. In, A. Cláudio et al. (eds.) Computer Vision, Imaging and Computer Graphics Theory and Applications. VISIGRAPP 2019. Communications in Computer and Information Science, volume 1182. Springer: Cham. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-030-41590-7_25.


Finlayson, S. 2018. 'Little things in a big landscape; thoughts on the mobility of sealings and sealing practices in First and Second Palace Period Crete'. Proceedings of the 12th International Congress of Cretan Studies. DOI: https://12iccs.proceedings.gr/el/proceedings/category/38/32/324.


Finlayson, S. 2013. 'Form Follows Function: Writing and its supports in the Aegean Bronze Age'. In, R.D. Whitehouse and K.E. Piquette (eds.), Writing as Material Practice: Substance, surface and medium. London: Ubiquity Press: 123-142. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.5334/bai.g.


Forthcoming, D. Panagiotopoulos and S. Finlayson, 'Aegean Seals in the Time of Digitalisation: Past, Present and Future Research in the Heidelberg Corpus of Minoan and Mycenaean Seals (CMS)’. In, K. Sieckmeyer (ed.), Seals, Stamps and Administration: Digitizing Bureaucracy – Preserving Cultural Heritage. Heidelberg: KEMTE/HCCH.


Forthcoming, ‘Managing resources, sharing knowledge: exploring theoretical models for contextualising potmarks, masons’ marks and other non-scribal communication practices’. In, M.E. Alberti, A.M Jasink and J. Weingarten (eds.), MEANINGFUL PRACTICES. Non scribal communication in the Aegean and the Near East during the Bronze Age (Periploi 12).

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