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  1. Map of sites mentioned in Cyrene settlement account
  2. Labour supply and food demands during a hypothetical family life-cycle, after T.W. Gallant, Risk and Survival in Ancient Greece
  3. Distribution of sites in Late Helladic IIIA2–IIIB after O.T.P.K. Dickinson, The Aegean Bronze Age (Cambridge, 1994) Figure 4.24
  4. Distribution of sites in Late Helladic IIIC after K. T. Syriopoulos, Eisagoge eis ten arkhaian Hellenike historian. Hoi metabatikoi khronoi apo tes mykenaikes eis ten arkhaiken periodon, 1200–700 p.Kh., 2 vols (Athens, 1983–4) Map 2
  5. Distribution of sites 1125–1050 BC after K. T. Syriopoulos, Eisagoge eis ten arkhaian Hellenike historian. Hoi metabatikoi khronoi apo tes mykenaikes eis ten arkhaiken periodon, 1200–700 p.Kh., 2 vols (Athens, 1983–4) Map 3
  6. Distribution of sites 1050–1000 BC after A. M. Snodgrass, An Archaeology of Greece (Berkeley, 1987) Figure 52
  7. Karphi. Photograph: author
  8. Map of west Cretan ninth- and eighth-century sites
  9. a: Map of Arkadian tenth- to eighth-century sites
  10. b: Tenth- to eighth-century sites in the Argive plain
  11. c: Tenth- to eighth-century sites in the southern Argolid, indicating the contribution of intensive field survey (after M. H. Jameson, C. N. Runnels, and Tj. van Andel, A Greek Countryside: The southern Argolid from prehistory to the present day (Stanford and Cambridge, 1994) Figures 4.1 and 4.20)
  12. a: Sites in Attica occupied in the Dark Age prior to 800 BC
  13. b: Sites in Attica occupied during the eighth century BC
  14. Two versions of changing grave numbers in Athens from the Dark Age to 700 BC and beyond: a is from Snodgrass' 1980 version; b is from Morris' 1987 version. After I. Morris, Burial and Ancient Society (Cambridge, 1987) Figures 23 and 22
  15. Increasing site numbers in Attica, the Corinthia, and the Argolid after I. Morris, Burial and Ancient Society (Cambridge, 1987) Figure 54
  16. Map showing position of Perakhora sanctuary
  17. Map showing position of Samian Heraion
  18. Phoenician settlements and shipping routes in the Mediterranean, after M. E. Aubet, The Phoenicians and the West (Cambridge, 1993) Figures 22 and 28
  19. Map of distribution of Euboian pendent-semicircle skyphoi and plates after M. Popham, ‘Precolonization: early Greek contact with the east’, Figure 2.12 in G. Tsetskhladze and F. De Angelis (eds), The Archaeology of Greek Colonisation (Oxford, 1994)
  20. Map of distribution of Lyre Player Seals after Archäologischer Anzeiger (1990) p. 11, Figure 20
  21. Table of early Greek alphabets after L. H. Jeffery, The Local Scripts of Archaic Greece (Oxford, 1961)
  22. Late geometric bronze seated male votive figure. Courtesy of the Walters Art Gallery, Baltimore (54.789)
  23. The site of Askra. Photograph: author
  24. Seventh-century sites in Attica
  25. Acropolis of Thasos seen across agora. Photograph: author
  26. Plan of town of Thasos
  27. Aliki sanctuary. Photograph: author
  28. Map of Metapontion area
  29. Plan of Megara Hyblaia
  30. Table of Etruscan bucchero shapes taken up in Athenian pottery, after N. Spivey and S. Stoddart, Etruscan Italy (London, 1990) Figure 46
  31. Map of cities minting coins by 480 BC
  32. Map showing those Athenian demes known from fourth-century inscriptions which can be probably located, together with a hypothetical indication of trittys affiliation
  33. Thorikos theatre. Photograph: author