Conceptions of Childhood in Ancient Thessaly: A diachronic study of the funerary assemblages of children (Late Bronze Age to the end of the Archaic Period)
Greece; Thessaly; Funerary Archaeology; Childhood; Ritual; Ceramics
My research seeks to analyse the funerary assemblages of children in order to understand how ancient Thessalians conceptualised the liminal echelon of childhood--particularly in death.
Karapanou, S. and Millions, K. 2021 (forthcoming). The Stavros Cemetery Project: Collaborative analysis of a Thessalian Archaic cemetery. Volos.
Bishop, K.G., Karapanou, S., and Millions, K. 2021 (forthcoming). "Birds, Bones and Bowls: Collaborative research of Archaic burials at the Stavros cemetery in Thessaly." In Αρχαιολογικό Έργο Θεσσαλίας και Στερεάς Ελλάδας 7. Πρακτικά επιστημονικής συνάντηση. Βόλο, 1-4 Μαρτίου 2018 [ΑΕΘΣΕ 7]. Ed. A. Mazarakis Ainian. Volos.
Millions, K., Karapanou, S., and Bishop, K.G. 2019. "Sweet Child of Mine: Archaic child burials at the Stavros Archaeological Project." In "Archaeological Institute of America 120th Annual Meeting Abstracts", Vol. 42. Boston, Mass. pp. 132.
Bishop, K.G., Karapanou, S., and Millions, K. 2018. "Social Stratification and Polis Formation in Archaic Thessaly: Preliminary analysis of a cemetery outside of Stavros, Thessaly." In "Archaeological Institute of America 119th Annual Meeting Abstracts", Vol. 41. Boston, Mass. pp. 94-95.