Table of contents for The furniture and furnishings of ancient Greek houses and tombs / Dimitra Andrianou.

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INTRODUCTION TO THE SUBJECT
CHAPTER I: HISTORIOGRAPHY
Urban studies
Furniture studies
Why study ancient furniture?
Overview of evidence
A. Epigraphic and Literary Sources
B. Visual Representations
C. Excavated Objects
CHAPTER II: FURNITURE
Seats
Literary evidence
Archaeological evidence: Domestic
Catalogue 1-4
Archaeological evidence: Funerary
Catalogue 5-12
Bed-couches
Literary evidence
Archaeological evidence: Domestic
Catalogue 13-20
Archaeological evidence: Funerary
Catalogue 21-46
Tables
Literary evidence
Archaeological evidence: Domestic
Catalogue 47-51
Archaeological evidence: Funerary
Catalogue 52-58
Discussion
Storage furniture
Containers
Literary evidence
Archaeological evidence: Domestic
Catalogue 59-62
Archaeological evidence: Funerary
Catalogue 63-89
Open cupboards (κϿλικε߿¿Î¿Î½, ß¼ÉγγϿθΫκη)
i. Literary evidence
ii. Visual evidence
Shelves
i. Domestic context
ii. Funerary context
Discussion
CHAPTER III: FURNISHINGS
Textiles (overview)
i. Literary evidence
ii. Materials
iii. Visual evidence
iv. Funerary context
Catalogue 90-96
Bedclothes (mattresses, covers, pillows, ß¼ÉϿιβλΫμαϿα, Ï¿ÏüοϿκεϿμλαια)
i. Visual evidence
ii. Literary evidence
iii. Archaeological evidence: Funerary
Valances
i. Visual evidence
Curtains
i. Visual evidence
ii. Literary evidence
Rugs and mats
i. Literary evidence
Weaving furniture:
Looms, loom weights, spindle whorls and spools
i. Domestic context
Evidence of loom weights
Evidence of looms
ii. Visual evidence
iii. Literary evidence
Discussion
CHAPTER IV: SACRED FURNITURE IN TREASURE LISTS
Vocabulary of furniture and furnishings
Containers
Chairs and footstools
Bed-couches and tables
Tableaux
Washbasins and troughs
Rugs, cushions and pillows
The significance of furniture dedications
Mobilier du culte
Safe-keeping and storage
Display
Discussion
CHAPTER V: CONCLUSION- FURNITURE, LUXURY AND FUNERARY SYMBOLISM IN MACEDONIA
APPENDIX I: ACROPOLIS OF ATHENS
Temple of Athena on the Acropolis of Athens
Opisthodomos (405-386 B.C.)
Pronaos (434/3 to 408/7 B.C.)
Parthenon
Hekatompedon
Erechtheion
Chalkotheke (369/368 B.C.)
Artemis Brauronia
Athenian Asklepieion
APPENDIX II: MAJOR AND MINOR TREASURES OF DELOS
Delian inventories of the Major Treasures
Delian inventories of the Minor Treasures
Non-precious Delian Treasures
APPENDIX III: SMALLER SHRINES AND HEROA
APPENDIX IV: DELIAN CHRONOLOGIES
BIBLIOGRAPHY

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Furniture -- Greece.
House furnishings -- Greece.
Grave goods -- Greece.
Greece -- Antiquities.