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A. Sampson & V. Mastrogiannopoulou, An interpretation of the figurines from the Neolithic settlement of Ftelia, in A. Sampson and T. Tsourouni (editors), Ftelia on Mykonos, Greece. Neolithic networks in the Southern Aegean Basin, vol. II, 20

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A. Sampson & V. Mastrogiannopoulou, An interpretation of the figurines from the Neolithic settlement of Ftelia, in A. Sampson and T. Tsourouni (editors), Ftelia on Mykonos, Greece. Neolithic networks in the Southern Aegean Basin, vol. II, 2018
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  FTELIA ON MYKONOS, GREECE NEOLITHIC NETWORKSIN THE SOUTHERN AEGEAN BASINVol. II Edited by Adamantios Sampson and Tonia Tsourouni UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEANLABORATORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGYMonograph Series 7ATHENS 2018  FTELIA ON MYKONOS NEOLITHIC NETWORKS INTHE SOUTHERN AEGEAN BASINVol. II Edited by Adamantios Sampsonand Tonia Tsourouni Contributions by: O. Dekavallas PhD, A. Doukaki MA, M. Diakostamatiou PhD, G. Facorellis PhD, I. Liritzis PhD, V. Mastrogiannopoulou PhD, C. Matzanas PhD, V. Maxwell PhD, D. Mylona PhD, T. Panagiotidou MA, N. Poulianos PhD, A. Sampson PhD, G. Tampakopoulou MA, A. Tsourouni MA, K. Giannopoulou PhD, S. Vakirtzi PhD UNIVERSITY OF THE AEGEANLABORATORY OF ENVIRONMENTAL ARCHAEOLOGYMonograph Series 7ATHENS 2018  CONTENTS 1. THE NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT AT FTELIA, MYKONOS. AN INTRA-SITE ANALYSIS Adamantios Sampson2. FTELIA: THE STRATIGRAPHIC SEQUENCE AND THE ARCHITECTURE Adamantios Sampson3. SPECIALISED POTTERY IN THE NEOLITHIC AEGEAN: VASES OF THE “RÉCHAUD TYPE” FROM THE NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT OF FTELIA, MYKONOS Vagia Mastrogiannopoulou4. THE VASES OF CHEESE POT TYPE FROM FTELIA, MYKONOS Athina Doukaki5. NEW TYPES OF POTTERY AND MISCELLANEOUS OBJECTS AT FTELIA Adamantios Sampson, Antonia Tsourouni 6. A TYPOLOGICAL STUDY ON THE PAINTED POTTERY OF FTELIA Vagia Mastrogiannopoulou7. AN INTEPRETATION OF THE FIGURINES FROM THE NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT OF FTELIA, MYKONOS Adamantios Sampson, Vagia Mastrogiannopoulou8. FIBER ECONOMY AND TECHNOLOGY AT NEOLITHIC FTELIA, MYKONOS Sophia Vakirtzi9. THE CHIPPED STONE INDUSTRY OF FTELIA: THE CASE OF BUILDING E Georgia Tampakopoulou10. AN ARCHAEOLOGICAL AND ARCHAEOMETRIC ANALYSIS OF EARLY METALS FROM FTELIA, MYKONOS Veronica Maxwell, A. Sampson, N. Skarpelis, R. Ellam11. TECHNOLOGY AND USE OF THE BONE TOOLS AT FTELIA Kalliope Giannopoulou12. FAUNAL REMAINS FROM FTELIA, MYKONOS: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS Theodora Panagiotidou13. DATING OF OBSIDIAN ARTEFACTS FROM PHYLAKOPI (MELOS) AND FTELIA (MYKONOS) BY HYDRATION Maroulitsa Diakostamatiou, Ioannis Liritzis  14. NEOLITHIC FISHING AT FTELIA, MYKONOS. INSIGHT FROM THE FISH BONES Dimitra Mylona15. INFANT BURIAL AT NEOLITHIC FTELIA, MYKONOS Nickos Poulianos16. UPDATED CALCULATION OF THE MARINE RESERVOIR EFFECT IN THE CYCLADES DURING THE NEOLITHIC PERIOD USING THE LATEST ISSUES OF THE INTERNATIONAL CALIBRATION CURVES INTCAL13 AND MARINE13 Yorgos Facorellis17. MARITIME CONTACTS IN CENTRAL AEGEAN DURING LATE NEOLITHIC I (5300-4800 BC) V. Maxwell, A. Sampson18. ORGANIC RESIDUE ANALYSES ON POTTERY FROM FTELIA, MYKONOS: VESSELS AND THEIR CONTENTS Orestes Decavallas19. LITHIC INDUSTRY OF THE EARLY LAYERS OF THE MEGARON BUILDING IN THE SETTLEMENT OF FTELIA, MYKONOS Christos Matzanas    AN INTERPRETATION OF THE FIGURINES FROM THE NEOLITHIC SETTLEMENT OF FTELIA, MYKONOS Adamantios Sampson 1 & Vagia Mastrogiannopoulou 2   1  Department of Mediterranean Studies, University of the Aegean, Laboratory of Environmental Archaeology, Rhodes, 85100, Greece, adsampson@rhodes.aegean.gr    2  Archaeologist PhD,    Alvanikou Epous 45, Ilion, 13124, vagia.mastro@gmail.com   Received: 18/02/2017 Accepted: 06/04/2017 Corresponding author: (adsampson@rhodes.aegean.gr) ABSTRACT A sizeable assemblage of figurines has been discovered at Ftelia with a broad repertoire of themes which includes primarily human figures but also animals and objects. The human figurines are further distin-guished in sub- groups as they exhibit wide typological diversity, with respect to size and theme. Both natu-ralistic and schematized examples are found. With regard to their manufacture, different building tech-niques are documented. Furthermore, both the human and the animal figurines are frequently covered in red or white pigment. Particularly impressive is the presence of fragments of oversized figurines or statu-ettes, an exceptionally rare case for Neolithic figurine art which suggests a ritual function. Typologically, some of the types find close parallels in sites on the mainland (especially Central Greece). KEYWORDS: figurines, statuettes, symbolic, communality, social practices, Ftelia   7

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