In collaboration with the organising committee of the Scapecon 2020 conference, Tijdschrift voor Mediterrane Archeologie will publish an additional issue this year, titled:

Breaking Boundaries: connecting the Aegean Bronze Age

The relationship between people, their material culture, and environment is utmost dynamic. It is continuously altered, negotiated, and manipulated, depending on the context and the motives of the involved parties. This supplement will focus on these interactions and relations within the timeframe of the Aegean Bronze Age. In this volume, various sources will be exploited (e.g. pottery, burials, glyptography, and paintings) to investigate how they shaped the connections between people, objects, and the landscape in which they dwell.  

The publication will be published next summer in a small print run, completely in colour and in A4 format, as is the standard for TMA. The supplement will consist of ca. 100 pages with English contributions. In addition to about ten articles, the volume will contain introductions of researchers in the Netherlands that are working on the Aegean Bronze Age.

Send an email to no later than the 31st of December 2021, with your name, the desired number of copies and the postal address to which the issue(s) should be delivered. Subscribers of TMA will be charged €10,- per copy, non-subscribers will be charged €15,- per copy.* These prices include shipping.

For more information about the conference that was organised online in September and October of 2020, see: Scapecon2020

* TMA supplements appear irregularly and are not included in the normal subscription of the journal. During the 7th year of TMA, in 1994, the first supplement was issued, also in response to a symposium. This issue was titled Tussen stromingen en stormen.