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Children and death in the Bronze and early Iron Age Aegean (2019)
Book Chapter
Gallou, C. (2019). Children and death in the Bronze and early Iron Age Aegean. In M. Dillon, L. Beaumont, & N. Harrington (Eds.), Childhood in antiquity: perspectives and experiences of childhood in the ancient MediterraneanRoutledge

The study of children and childhood remains largely marginalised in the archaeology of the prehistoric Aegean. Thus, this study aims to make Mycenaean children visible in archaeological research by discussing the treatment of non-adults at death in m... Read More

Of white hair and feeding bottles: exploring children-elderly interactions in prehistoric Aegean (2018)
Book Chapter
Gallou, C. (in press). Of white hair and feeding bottles: exploring children-elderly interactions in prehistoric Aegean. In E. Murphy, & G. Lillehammer (Eds.), Giving new meaning to cultural heritage – the old and the young in past societiesStavanger Museum

Scholarship on age and gender in prehistoric Greece has taken an adult–centric approach with focus placed mostly on young to middle–aged men and women and, as a result, two significant age groups – children and the elderly – have been widely neglecte... Read More