By Lisa Hannestad, Vladimir Stolba
A renewed curiosity in chronological difficulties has surfaced lately. during this quantity deriving from the 1st overseas convention of the Danish nationwide learn Foundation's Centre for Black Sea stories, 13 contributions by means of students from Russia, Ukraine, Romania, united states, Canada, Belgium and Denmark assessment and talk about the weather upon which the chronology utilized in Black Sea archaeology and historical past within the interval c. 400-100 BC is equipped. the topics comprise: amphora and amphora stamp chronologies (Mark Lawall; Sergej Ju. Monachov; Niculae Conovici; Vladimir Stolba), coin chronology (Francois de Callatay, Athenian pottery (Susan I. Rotroff), epigraphic proof (Jakob Munk Hojte), and a couple of case reviews providing the cloth on that is established the courting of a sequence of Greek and barbarian/non-Greek websites and burial monuments at the northern shorelines of the Black Sea (Valentina V. Krapivina; Valeria Bylkova; Lise Hannestad, Miron I. Zolotarev, Ju. P. Zaytsev, Valentina I. Mordvinceva). VLADIMIR STOLBA is Senior Researcher on the Institute of the background of fabric tradition, Russian Academy of technological know-how, St Petersburg, and almost immediately on the Centre for Black Sea reports, Aarhus. LISE HANNESTAD is Senior affiliate Professor on the division for Classical Archaeology, college of Aarhus.
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400 for the eponym Teles( ). The lack of rouletting on associated black- Negotiating Chronologies 43 Fig. 3. Chian amphora toes from J13-14:1 (a. lower fill, b. upper fill, drawings by the author), U13:1 (c) and H12:11 (d) (c. P30699, d. from tin Z13, photos reproduced cour tesy of the American School of Classical Studies, Agora excavations). glaze pottery and the fact that the poorly preserved example of the stamp is stratified below a fill contemporary with or even slightly earlier than U13:1 together provide a lower limit of c.
111 The third problem occurs later in the sequence. The cluster of three Group F1 Thasian stamps in H17:5 makes it likely that the bulk of the finewares, too, should be close to Group F1. And yet, using the higher date for the Thasian transition H17:5 is now 20-25 years earlier than the very similar deposit B12:5. B12:5 and El Sec must stay later on account of Olynthos – they cannot be pushed up by the transition date. Even though we are considering an earlier transition date here, the fixed number of Thasian eponyms in fact creates an excessive stretching of the fineware chronology for the first half of the 4th century.
31 In the same region a few decades later, c. 37 The Roman attack on Eretria in 198 provides a valuable terminus ante quem for Chian name stamps, which are otherwise reliably attested only in contexts closed c. 38 For the latter half of the Hellenistic period, the destruction of Corinth in 146 is still largely accepted as a fixed terminus for the Rhodian and Knidian chronolo gies. 39 Two deposits on Delos are mentioned as significant for the Rhodian and Knidian chronologies: the Stoa of Philip V, datable by associated inscriptions anywhere between c.