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SAGAS Dipartimento di Storia, Archeologia, Geografia, Arte, Spettacolo

Anna Margherita Jasink

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Anna Margherita Jasink obtained the degree in Humanities at the University of Florence in 1970. She has been Research Fellow from 1971 to 1973 and Research Assistant (“Contrattista”) from 1974 to 1981, at the University of Florence. She has been Researcher at the University of Florence from 1981 to 2002, when she was nominated Associate Professor of Aegean Civilisations, which is the position held up to 2016. From 1976 to 2002, she has been also Professor of Ancient Near Eastern History at the University of Turin.

Institutional Charges

 In the University of Florence she has been in charge of several academic positions (Director of the Aegean Civilisations curriculum in the postgraduate Specialisation School in Archaeology and of the same curriculum in the PhD School in Ancient History and Archaeology, President of the Master Degree Course in Archaeology, Member of the Councils of the Faculty of Letter and of the Department of Antiquities). Actually she is a component of the new Department of History, Archaeology, Geography, Art and Spectacle (DBAS), where she is member of the Didactic Committee. In the University of Turin she was Referent Professor in the postgraduate Specialisation School.

 Research interests and activities

The research interests and activities of Anna Margherita Jasink have been and are generally concerned with the field of Ancient Aegean and East Mediterranean civilisations, and within this field her interests ranged in a wide variety of topics that require different but parallel approaches focused on philological and historical knowledge, with a distinct interdisciplinary approach. In fact her research field has been concerned with both philological and historical themes connected to the Ancient Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean/Near Eastern civilisations. Her direct knowledge of written documents - in particular Cuneiform (Hittite and Akkadian), Anatolian and Luwian Hieroglyphs, Cretan Hieroglyphs, Linear A and B, Cypro-Minoan - , has been associated with specific information and work in archaeology, adequate to propose historical reconstructions of various periods and areas.

Actually, during her stay as professor at the Universities of Florence and Turin she exploited the opportunity to participate to archaeological missions, in particular to expeditions in the near East (e.g. in Iraq, Ancient Mesopotamia, in the site of Hamrin, where she participated to the excavation of a palace belonging to the 2nd Millennium BC, and in Italy at Vivara, Procida, where a Mycenaean site of the half of the 2nd Millennium BC was found). These experiences have significantly contributed to her expertise. Such expertises allowed Margherita Jasink to obtain the direction of an archaeological mission in Cyprus, as will be described in the following. As a consequence, the archaeological aspects of the research has became in many cases a peculiar element and the possibility of co-operating with authorities in this field favoured an increased interdisciplinary approach to her researches.


Specific research fields:

 Regional histories. A particular attention has been devoted to this topic, because of its strict connection with cultural and economic exchanges among different civilisations. Cilicia has been considered as a case study of particular relevance. The results of this study and the monograph published in collaboration with P. Desideri (Cilicia. Dall’età di Kizzuwatna alla conquista macedone, Firenze 1990) have received much attention in the community and have been supplemented by further articles and invited participation at important international congresses. An equally significant example in the ambit of regional histories is the Cypriot civilisation and a number of contributions on this subject are the result of our present research, connected on our archaeological activity on field as well.  

Cultural and political interactions and economic exchanges. Several topics in this field have been covered, with a particular attention to the interaction between Mycenaeans and the various Near-eastern peoples (Hittites, Syrian kingdoms, Egyptians). But the research has been extended to previous periods, i.e. on the debated question on the Indoeuropeans (noteworthy is a book on Movimenti di popoli nell’area egeo-anatolica. III-II millennio a.C., Firenze 1983) and to the later case of the preclassical period in the Syro-Anatolian area (a monograph has been published on Gli Stati Neo-Ittiti. Analisi delle fonti scritte e sintesi storica, Pavia 1995). Cyprus has been as well included in the ambit of this research during these last years, since the contacts of the island with the surrounding areas have specific relevance in its culture.

 Written documents. A philological analysis of the texts (Minoan, Mycenaean, Cypro-Minoan, Hittite) and their setting against the political, economic and social background of their historical period has been carried, with a critical investigation about the overall role of writing concerning the Mycenaean world. Dedicated studies on Anatolian Hieroglyphic and Cretan Hieroglyphic seals have been published and an extensive research on the Corpus of the Cretan Hieroglyphic seals has been completed (see the recent monograph Cretan Hieroglyphic seals. A new classification of symbols and ornamental/lfilling motifs).

Aegean glyptic. Following the first researches on Cretan Hieroglyphic seals, the scientific field of studies has extended to the Aegean glyptic more in general, with the aim of an analysis of the functions of seals and sealings in the Minoan-Mycenaean cultures. A volume on “Minoan Cushion Seals”, a typology of seals peculiar to Aegean glyptic, has been published in 2014.  


Research Projects 

This interdisciplinary approach is a basic feature in the specific activity of Margherita Jasink  but, most of all, has been important to guide young people in general and in particular her pupils, trying to activate scientific groups interested in far-reaching projects, inside which each of them may have his own space of research. In this context she has activated many collaborations among philologists, historians, archaeologists, and, for specific complex researches, with informatics, chemists, physicians, earth scientists, engineers and architects.

As an outcome of this aptitude, Prof. Jasink has paid in these last years a great attention to supervising the research activity of many students and pupils, trying to found projects in which their own expertise may be useful. To more efficiently pursue these objectives, a Laboratory of Aegean Civilisation has been created in Florence since 2005, with A.M.Jasink as director and coordinator. It has also became a web portal for many active projects on these topics, including:

The DBAS Project. The aim of the Data Bases about Aegean Subjects on-line Project is to create a linking data base on different Aegean matters, in order to set new connections among otherwise not easily related materials or themes. The Project represents a new tool with both scientific and educational purposes. The Project, open to collaborations, can be accessed at web site and is part of the activities of the Department SAGAS of the University of Florence.

The Kouris river valley Project. This project concerns historical-archaeological expeditions in Cyprus, consisting in the survey of the area (the first mission was undertaken in 2006) and in the following excavation of a site (Erimi/Laonin tou Porakou), now directed by Dr. L.Bombardieri; it is organized as a multidisciplinary project, with a specific archaeological and historical section, supplemented by topographical aspects (GIS, remote sensing, geo-prospecting). The updating and the bibliography about the Project appear on DBAS in a special section. A first meeting has been held in 2009 in Florence about our researches in the Kouris valley, enlarged to further researches on Cypriote History and Archaeology, and the Proceedings have been edited in Researches in Cypriote History and Archaeology (Periploi 2).

 MUSINT. Interactive Museum of the Aegean and Cypriote antiquities in Tuscany. This project, supported by the Tuscany Regional government, has been carried out with the contribution of several researchers of the University of Florence and other institutions, involving different expertises, from archaeology and history (as to the content), to informatics, architecture, engineering (as to the technical methodologies). The purpose has been the creation of a virtual museum conceived for a large audience, both specialized and curiosity driven. It may be accessed in the web page (or starting from DBAS). Inside the project also a volume has appeared in Periploi series (Periploi 3), with the contribution of both the participants to the actual MUSINT and further authors interested in an implementation of the project.

MUSINT II. Cretan antiquities of Pigorini Museum in Rome and National Archaeological Museum in Florence. This second project, which is the sequel of the first, concerns mainly the sealed written documents of the Neopalatial centre of Haghia Triada (Crete), in the two Italian Museums. A new volume (Periploi 8), starting from our researches and enlarged to other contributions about interactive museums has been published. The educational aspects, as an addition to scientific research, are particularly detailed.

MUSINT, MUSINT II, and other analogous interactive/virtual museums projects constitute one of the strategic Projects of SAGAS Department, concerning its Archaeological Section.

E-Learning / Educational. We are implementing this section of DBAS, which now begins to have a specific structure (it may be consulted also from the portal of It consists of a series of lectures, conferences, seminars, about specific themes, with an educational aim. At the same time it offers some outlines on aspects of the Aegean civilisations which are not often object of discussion. Each one of the proposed lectures has previously been experimented as a vis à vis instrument, and only subsequently has been revised and written to be read.

Periploi. Collana di Studi egei e ciprioti, Firenze University Press. This series of books is comprehensive of Monographs, Conferences Proceedings, Reports of excavations and Miscellanea, partly dedicated to researches of young people and is also available on-line.


Collaborations. Collaborations and Conventions between our Laboratory and other Italian and foreign Universities and Cultural Institutes have been pursued and are presently active. Of particular interest a collaboration with the  DREAMS Laboratory of the Scuola Normale Superiore of Pisa (DREAMS = Dedicated Research Environment for advanced Modeling and Simulations) allowed to widen the scientific and technological expertise of our projects and all the activities; we quote also the obvious collaboration with Italian and foreign Museums, with a natural peculiar link with the Archaeological Museum of Florence.

 Prof. Jasink is also member of the Editorial Board of DO-SO-MO, Journal of Minoan-Mycenaean and Classical Studies of Piotrkow Trybunalski (Poland). 


Exibitions and Meetings:


 “Il vasellame da simposio e il servito da vino nelle collezioni egeo-cipriote del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze”. Prof. Jasink organized an exhibition on this subject. Palazzo Antinori – Firenze (December 2007 – February 2008).  

“Egeo, Siria e Mesopotamia. Dal collezionismo allo scavo archeologico. In  onore di Paolo Emilio Pecorella”.  Prof. Jasink participated to the organization of the section about the Aegean Collections of the exhibition, held from December 2007 to June 2008, Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze.

“Researches in Cypriote History and Archaeology”, Firenze 29-30 aprile 2009.  Prof. Jasink and  Dr. Luca Bombardieri have been the organizers of the Meeting and the Editors of the Proceedings which has appeared on Periploi series.



Actually, beside 6 monographs, Anna Margherita Jasink has written 91 papers and 11 reviews; has been co-editing of 7 books. 


List of  Publications  


1.  Movimenti di popoli in area egeo-anatolica, III-II millennio a.C.

      Studi e Manuali di Archeologia 1, Le Lettere ed., Firenze 1983

2. Cilicia - Dall'eta' di Kizzuwatna alla conquista macedone

      ( in collaborazione con P. Desideri )

      Storia 1, Università degli Studi di Torino - Fondo di Studi Parini Chirio

       Le Lettere ed., Firenze 1990

3. Gli stati neo-ittiti. Analisi delle fonti scritte e sintesi storica  

      Studia Mediterranea 10, Iuculano, Pavia 1995 

4. Cretan Hieroglyphic Seals: a new classification of symbols and ornamental/filling motifs

      Pasiphae IX, Fabrizio Serra ed., Pisa-Roma 2009

5.  Minoan cushion seals. Innovation in Style, form and Use in the Bronze Age Glyptic

      (in collaboration with G. Dionisio and J. Weingarten)

     L'Erma di Bretschneider, Roma 2014

6.  Lineamenti di Preistoria e Protostoria egea e cipriota

      (in collaborazione con G. Graziadio e L. Bombardieri)

     Firenze University Press, Firenze 2015 (= Periploi 6)




1.  Le collezioni egee del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze (A.M.Jasink e L.Bombardieri eds) 

      FirenzeUniversity Press, Firenze 2009 (= Periploi 1)

2. Researches in Cypriote History and Archaeology (A.M.Jasink and L.Bombardieri eds.). Proceedings of the

 Meeting held in Florence (April 29-30th 2009), Firenze University Press,  Firenze 2010 (= Periploi 2)

3.  MUSINT. Museo interattivo delle Collezioni egee e cipriote in Toscana. Ricerche ed esperienze di museologia

     interattiva (A.M.Jasink, G.Tucci, L.Bombardieri eds), Firenze University Press, Firenze 2011 (= Periploi 3)        

4.  AKROTHINIA. Contributi di giovani ricercatori italiani agli studi egei e ciprioti (A.M.Jasink e L.Bombardieri

     eds), Firenze University Press, Firenze 2015 (= Periploi 7)

5.  MUSINT II.    Nuove esperienze di ricerca e didattica nella museologia interattiva  (A.M.Jasink e G.Dionisio eds) 

     Firenze University Press, Firenze 2016 (= Periploi 8)




  1. "L'e-qe-ta nei testi micenei"        

      SMEA XVII (1976), pp. 85-92 

 2. "Il DUMU.LUGAL nei testi cultuali ittiti"        

      SCO XXVII (1977), pp. 137-167 

 3. "Lo ŠU.I nella documentazione ittita"        

      Mesopotamia XIII-XIV (1978-79), pp. 213-231 

 4. "Contributi micenei: 1. Destinatari di lana nelle nuove tavolette di Tebe"        

      SMEA XXI (1980), pp. 205-220 

 5. "Contributi micenei: 2. a-te-mi / a-ti-mi : nome proprio di un  i-je-re-u"       

      SMEA XXI (1980), pp. 221-230 

 6. "Contributi micenei: 3. Alcune osservazioni sui ka-ma-e-we"

      SMEA XXI  (1980), pp. 231-245 

 7. "Methodological problems in the comparison of Hittite and Mycenaean Institutions"  

       RFIC 1O9 (1981), pp. 88-105 

 8. "Nota sull'ideogramma DUMU nei testi cultuali ittiti"

      Mesopotamia   XVI  (1981), pp. 146-159 

 9. "Le 'tavolette dell'olio' di Pilo: considerazioni topografiche"

      Kadmos XXII,1 (1983), pp. 40-53 

10. "Le 'tavolette dell'olio'  di Pilo: nuove proposte d'interpretazione"

       Quad.Urb.  n.s. 15,3 (1983), pp. 160-180 

11. "Il 'laboratorio NE'  del palazzo di Pilo" 

       Kadmos XXIII,1 (1984), pp. 11-37 

12. "Danuna e Adana: alcune osservazioni sulla Cilicia"

       Mesopotamia  XXIII (1988), pp. 91-104 

13. "I Greci in Cilicia nel periodo neo-assiro"

       Mesopotamia XXIV (1989), pp. 117-128 

14. "Hittites and Assyrian routes to Cilicia"

       De Anatolia Antiqua 1 (1991), pp. 225-259 

15. "Divinità  'cilicie': Tarhunt, Sarruma, Santa. Esempi di continuita' nel culto e nell'onomastica"

      in Scambi e identità culturale: la Cilicia (a cura di P. Desideri e S. Settis), Quaderni Storici 76,1

      (1991), pp. 253-259 

16. "Funzionari e lavoranti nel palazzo di Pilo"

      Minos XXV (1990-91), pp. 203-243 

17. " Il medio Eufrate: continuita' e innovazioni tra il secondo e il primo millennio a.C."

      Mesopotamia XXIX (1994), pp. 73-88 

18. "Tarwani: a Title for Neo-Hittite Rulers"

       in Acts of the IIIrd International Congress of Hittitology, (Çorum, September 16-22, 1996),

       a cura di S. Alp – A. Süel, Ankara 1998, pp. 341-356

19. "Titolature ufficiali in età neo-ittita"

      SMEA XL/1 (1998), pp. 87-104

20. "Suppiluliuma and Hartapu: two 'Great Kings' in conflict?" 

      in Akten des IV. Internationalen Kongresses für Hethitologie (a cura di G. Wilhelm), Würzburg,

      4.-8. Oktober 1999 (= SboT 45), , Wiesbaden 2001, pp. 235-240

21. "Kizzuwatna and Tarhuntassa - their historical evolution and interaction with Hatti”

       in La Cilicie: Espaces et Pouvoirs Locaux. Actes de la Table ronde  internationale d’Istanbul,

       2-5 novembre 1999 (a cura di E. Jean, A. M. Dincol, S. Durugönül), Paris 2001, pp. 47-56 

22. "Presenze micenee e greche nella Cilicia preclassica"

      in POIKILMA, Studi in onore di Michele Cataudella, La Spezia 2001, pp. 599-620

23. "Considerazioni sull'evoluzione dei sigilli in geroglifico minoico e in geroglifico anatolico"

       in Anatolia Antica, Studi in memoria di Fiorella Imparati (a cura di S. De Martino, F. Pecchioli Daddi),

       εothen 11,   Firenze 2002, pp. 391-418

24.I sigilli in geroglifico minoico e il loro rapporto con i documenti amministrativi: alcune osservazioni

       SMEA XLIV, 2 (2002), pp. 199-219

25. "Il ruolo di Tarhuntassa da Muwatalli II a Suppiluliuma II"

      in Semitic and Assyriological Studies presented to Pelio Fronzaroli by Pupils and Colleagues,

      Wiesbaden  2003, pp. 269-285

26.Micenei e Vicino Oriente

       in Narrare gli Eventi. Atti del Convegno degli Egittologi e degli Orientalisti italiani

       in margine alla mostra “La battaglia di Qadesh” (a cura di M.C.Guidotti, F. Pecchioli Daddi),

       Firenze 4-6 dicembre 2002, Roma 2005, pp. 209-224

27. “Influenze reciproche fra area egea e area anatolica: l’aspetto del culto”

in Antiquus Oriens. Mélanges offerts au Professeur René Lebrun, Vol. I (a cura di M. Mazoyer, O.

Casabonne), Paris 2004, pp. 401-432

28.La Potnia micenea: vecchie e nuove teorie a confronto

       in Gli Storici e la Lineare B cinquant’anni dopo (a cura di M. R. Cataudella, A. Greco, G. Mariotta), Atti

       del Convegno Internazionale, Firenze 24-25 novembre 2003, Padova 2006, pp. 83-106

29. “’Signora’ umana e ‘Signora’ divina: una rilettura della Potnia micenea

       Kadmos, XLIII 1/2 (2004), pp. 185-195

30.Mycenaean Means of Communication and Diplomatic Relations with Foreign Royal Courts”

       in EMPORIA Aegeans in Central and Eastern Mediterranean (a cura di L. Laffineur, E. Greco),

       Proceedings of the 10th International Aegean Conference, Athens 14-18 April 2004, Liege  2005, pp. 59-67

31.Mycenaen fiscal vocabulary: oral or written tradition?”

        in  Fiscality in Mycenaean and Near Eastern Archives (a cura di M. Perna), Proceedings of the

        Conference held at Soprintendenza Archivistica per la Campania, Naples, 21-23 October 2004,

        Napoli 2006, pp. 37-49

32. La gestione amministrativa dei palazzi micenei. I funzionari ‘centrali’”

       in Atti del Convegno di Studi L’ufficio e il documento. Forme, modi e strumenti dell’amministrazione in

      Egitto e nel Vicino Oriente antico (a cura di C. Mora, P. Piacentini), Giornate di studio degli Egittologi

       e degli Orientalisti italiani, Milano - Pavia 17-19 febbraio 2005, Acme 79, pp. 459-482

33.The so-called Klasmatograms on Cretan Hieroglyphic seals

       Kadmos  XLIV (2005), pp. 33-39 

34. “Collecting Databases about Aegean Subjects on-line (DBAS Project)”,

      (in collaboration with M. Baldi, L. Bombardieri, F. Carminati, F. Gonzato),

      Kadmos XLI (2006), pp. 173-186

35.The West-Anatolian Origins of Que Kingdom Dynasty

      (in collaboration with M. Marino),

      in A.Archi –R.Francia eds.) Proceedings of the 6th International Congress of Hittitology,

      Roma, 5-9 settembre 2005, SMEA XLIX (2008), pp. 407-426; on-line in KUBABA (http://kubaba.univ-

36. “Profumi e loro ingredienti nelle tavolette micenee. Il ruolo dell’olio d’oliva / Perfumes

and their ingredients in the Mycenaean tablets. The role of the olive oil”

in Aromata Cipria. Olive oil in perfumes and medicaments in Cyprus in 2000 B.C. (a cura di

M. R. Belgiorno), Perugia 2006, pp. 271-239

37.Gli oli profumati nel mondo miceneo / Perfumed oil in the Mycenaean world

      in I profumi di Afrodite e il segreto dell’olio. Scoperte archeologiche a Cipro (a cura di M. R.

      Belgiorno), Roma 2007, pp. 72-81

38. “L’area orientale della piana cilicia. Elementi peculiari per una storia della regione tra l’età

       neo-assira e l’epoca achemenide”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri)

        in Geografia e viaggi nell’antichità (a cura di S. Conti, B. Scarmigli, M.C. Torchio), Atti del

        Convegno Internazionale di Studi (Certosa di Pontignano, 9-10 ottobre 2005). Ancona 2007, pp. 83-111

39. "The ‘scroll’ and its different forms: from a decorative symbol to a writing sign”

       in Colloquium Romanum (a cura di A. Sacconi, M. Del Freo, L. Godart, M. Negri),

      Atti del XII Colloquio Internazionale di Micenologia, Roma 20-25 febbraio 2006, Pisa/Roma 20008,

       pp. 376-393

40. “Some remarks on the Cretan Hieroglyphic seal CHIC 314”

      do-so-mo. Fascicula Mycenologica Polona 7 (2007), pp. 93-101

41.  “New reaserch tools for the Aegean Studies. The DBAS project on-line”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri, F. Gonzato)

       do-so-mo. Fascicula Mycenologica Polona 7 (2007), pp. 81-92

42. The Ahhiyawa Question and the Cretan Hieroglyphic Seals: two Databases in the DBAS project”

        (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri, M. Marino)

        in Central-north Anatolia in the Hittite period: New Perspectives in light of recent Research (F. Pecchioli

        Daddi, G. Torri, C. Corti eds), Acts of the International Conference held at the University of Florence

         (7-9 February 2007), Roma 2009,  pp. 249-257, pl. XXX-XXXII

43. “I materiali egei del Museo Archeologico di Firenze. Tracce per un profilo storico”

         in Egeo, Siria e Mesopotamia. Dal collezionismo allo scavo archeologico. In  onore di Paolo Emilio

        Pecorella, Firenze 2007, pp. 34-61

44. “Assyrian, Phoenicians, Cypriots and Greeks: the co-existence of foreign cultural influences

        in the Čucurova  plain during the Iron Age”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri)

       in Proceedings of the Fourth Symposium on Cilician Archaeology, Mersin, Turkey, 3rd-6th June 2007

       (a cura di S. Durugönül, M. Durukan, G. Brandt), Olba XVI 2008, pp. 23-56

45. “The Kouris river valley survey project and the land of Alašija: archaeological and historical

        researches in Cyprus”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri, O. Menozzi)

       Antiquity 82 Issue 315 March (2008)

46. “The Göksu river valley from Late Bronze to Iron Age. Local cultures, external influences and

        relations with foreign peoples”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri)

       in (M.C.Hoff, R.F.Towsend) Rough Cilicia. New Historical and Archaeological Approaches, Proceedings of an International Conference held at Lincoln Nebraska, Oktober 25-27, 2007, Oxbow Books 2012, pp. 16-26

47. “Carchemish”

       in (H.-J. Klauck et alii eds) Enciclopedia of the Bible and its Reception (EBR), Vol. IV, Berlin-Boston 2012, pp. 978-981

48.The Kouris Valley Survey Project: season 2007 preliminary report”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri, D. Fossataro, O. Menozzi)

        RDAC 2008, pp. 159-182

49.The Kouris Valley Survey Project 2007: methodologies and preliminary results”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri, O. Menozzi, D. Fossataro)

        in Proceedings of the 6th ICAANE Congress, May, 5th-10th 2008, Università di Roma “La Sapienza”

       (a cura di P. Mattiae, F. Pinnock, L. Nigro and N. Marchetti), Wiesbaden 2010, pp. 279-293

50. “The kingdom of Alashiya and the Kouris river valley: a project on an unsolved historical-archaeological 


        (in collaboration with M. Marino),

         in Acts of the 7th international Congress of Hittitology, Hitit Universitesi, Corum, 25-31 August 2008

        (A.Süel ed), Ankara 2010, pp.417-430

51. “Le civiltà egee e le collezioni fiorentine”

         in (L.Bombardieri, A.M.Jasink eds.), Le collezioni egee del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze,

        (= Periploi 1), Firenze, pp. 1-8

52. “La collezione di sigilli e cretule egee”

         in (L.Bombardieri, A.M.Jasink eds.) Le collezioni egee del Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Firenze,

      (= Periploi 1), University Press, Firenze, pp. 77-88, Tavv. 35-44  

53.The Kouris Valley Survey Project: 2008 preliminary report”

       (in collaboration with con L. Bombardieri, O. Menozzi, D. Fossataro)

        RDAC 2009, pp. 117-129

54. “Preliminary Excavations at Erimi-Laonin tou Porakou (Lemesos, Cyprus)”

      (in collaboratione con L.Bombardieri, D. Fossataro, O. Menozzi), RDAC 2009, pp. 131-162

55. “The Kouris River Valley project: an introduction”

       in (L.Bombardieri, A.M.Jasink eds.) Researches in Cypriote History and Archaeology, Proceedings

       of the Meeting held in Florence, April 29-30th 2009 (= Periploi 2), University Press, Firenze, pp. 1-8

56. “Cypriote versus Aegean chronology: introductory remarks”

       in Riflessioni sulla cronologia egea alla  luce delle recenti scoperte di Santorini. Atti del Colloquio Internazionale,

       27-28 aprile 2009 Milano, Pasiphae 4 (2010), pp. 81-85

57. A new potmark from the Kouris river valley”

       Appendix in L.Bombardieri  “Preliminary Excavations at Erimi-Laonin tou Porakou (Lemesos, Cyprus) 2009” , 

       RDAC 2010,  p. 152 and Fig. 10

58. “The role of Cyprus and the Mycenaean / Greek presence in the island from the end of the Bronze Age

       to the First  Phases of Iron Age”

       SMEA 52 (2010), pp.149-167

59. “DBAS web portal: on-line data bases on Aegean Subjects”

       (in collaboration with C. Faralli), in proceedings of the 38th Conference on Computer Applications and

       Quantitative Methods in Archaeology, Granada April 2010 (CAA 2010), 2012.

60. “The Kouris Valley Project 2007-2009: an overwiew”

       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri), Res Antiquae 7 (2010), pp. 263-270

61. “Decorative repertoires and script-signs: a complex “origin”  for the writing system in Cyprus?

      (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri), Kadmos 49 (2010), pp. 133-159

62. “Anatolia and Cyprus between Greek legends and history at the end of the 2nd millennium BC, as antecedents of the Iron Age development”,

        do-so-mo. Fascicula Mycenologica Polona 9 (2011), pp. 7-21

63. "Descrizione del progetto MUSINT"

        in (A.M.Jasink, G.Tucci, L.Bombardieri eds) MUSINT. Museo interattivo delle Collezioni egee e cipriote in Toscana. Ricerche ed esperienze di museologia interattiva. Firenze 2011 (= Periploi 3), pp. 3-6

64.  "La nascita delle Collezioni egee e cipriote nel Museo Archeologico nazionale di Firenze"

        in (A.M.Jasink, G.Tucci, L.Bombardieri eds) MUSINT. Museo interattivo delle Collezioni egee e cipriote in Toscana. Ricerche ed esperienze di museologia interattiva. Firenze 2011 (= Periploi 3), pp. 7-13

65.  "I viaggi degli eroi dall'Egeo all'Adriatico. Progetto di un percorso museale interattivo"

       (in collaboration with M.G.Fileni, M.Santucci)

        in (A.M.Jasink, G.Tucci, L.Bombardieri eds) MUSINT. Museo interattivo delle Collezioni egee e cipriote in Toscana. Ricerche ed esperienze di museologia interattiva. Firenze 2011 (= Periploi 3), pp. 203-242

66.  "Un percorso virtuale attraverso i secoli, i volti, i paesaggi, i documenti: da Creta all'Italia, dalla preistoria alla storia"

        (in collaboration with B. Montecchi)

        in (A.M.Jasink, G.Tucci, L.Bombardieri eds) MUSINT. Museo interattivo delle Collezioni egee e cipriote in Toscana. Ricerche ed esperienze di museologia interattiva. Firenze 2011 (= Periploi 3), pp. 243-262

67. “The Linear B sign *34 and its presumable connections with former Cretan iconography and scripts”

       in (G. Graziadio, R. Guglielmino, V. Lenuzza, S. Vitale eds) Φιλική Συναυλία Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology for Mario Benzi, BAR International Series 2460. 2013, pp. 65-71

68.Il patrimonio egeo-cipriota e l’archeologia pubblica”,

        in (G. Vannini ed) Archeologia pubblica in Toscana. Un progetto e una proposta. Firenze 2011, pp.119-124

69.  "A group of peculiar seals in the Hieroglyphic corpus"

        SMEA 53 (2011), pp.131-149

70.  "MUSINT: a virtual habitat for relocated archaeological artifacts"

       (in collaboration with G. Tucci, D. Cini)

        in (W.Borner, S.Uhlirz, L.Dollhofer eds) Proceedings of the 16th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies, November 14-16 2011 Wien (CHNT 16), Wien 2012, pp. 185-200

71.MUSINT Project: towards a digital interactive archaeological museum

       (in collaboration with L.Bombardieri, G.Dionisio, G.Tucci, D.Cini, W.Nunziati)

        in (V. Cappellini ed.) Electronic Imaging & Visual Arts. EVA 2012 Florence, 10-11 May. Proceedings, Firenze

        2012, pp. 113-118

72. “The bull’s head symbol: from the Tel Haror fragment to the Linear B writing”

       in (A. Peruzzetto, F. Dorna Metzger, L. Dirven eds.), Animals, Gods and Men from East to West. Papers on

         archaeology and history in honour of Roberta Ricciardi Venco, BAR International Series 2516, Oxford 2013,    

       pp. 65-71

73. “L’archeologia e l’apporto delle analisi archeometriche”

      in Convegno su Il Ruolo della Chimica nei Beni Culturali, Sessione II, Case studies (DNA Italia: tecnologia cultura

      economia per il patrimonio, 3-5 novembre 2011, Torino). Visibile in

74. “Experiments on Aegean virtual Museology”

       in (L. Bombardieri, A. D’Agostino, G. Guarducci, V. Orsi, S. Valentini eds.) Identity and Connectivity,

       Proceedings of the 16th Symposium on Mediterranean Archaeology, 1st-3th March Florence (SOMA  2012),  

       Oxford 2013, pp. 1177-1182 )

 75.  “The lapis lazuli and its use in glyptic: a brief exemplification from Mesopotamia to the Aegean world,

         passing  by Cyprus

         in (A. Invernizzi ed.) Μνεμειον Scritti in memoria di Paolo Fiorina, Alessandria 2013, pp.139-152

76.  “Urban and extra-urban cult buildings in the Aegean world: from the excavation to the 3D


       (in collaboration with P.Kruklidis)

       in Proceedings of the 17th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT 17), 

       November 5-8, 2012 Wien, Wien 2013, pp. 1-14

 77. “Risorse e Tecnologie digitali per una Protostoria egea e cipriota. Un nuovo orizzonte attraverso banche

        dati digitali e musei interattivi nell’ambito delle Civiltà Egee. Progetto DBAS e progetto MUSINT a  


       (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri)

       Archeomatica III 4 dicembre 2012, pp.6-13

 78. “Lo sviluppo di Digidactic Tools nella didattica museale tradizionale ed interattiva: casi studio di   Collezioni

        archeologiche toscane”

        (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri)

        Archeomatica V 2  giugno 2014, pp. 22-26

79.  “What is a Digidactic Archive? New Didactic tools for Epigraphy, Paleography and  Philology in Florence”

       (in collaboration with L.Bombardieri and with contributions by C. Bianca, G.A. Cecconi, R. Miriello, F.


        DO-SO-MO 11, 2015, pp. 9-26

 80. Digital acquisition and modeling of the Minoan seals and sealings kept in two Italian   Museums”

        (in collaboration with N. Albertini, B. Montecchi)

        in Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CNTH 18), 

        November 11-13 2013 Wien, Wien 2014

 81. "SHERD PROJECT (Secure Heritage, Exhibition, Research and Didactics). Towards a DigiDactic Museum

        of the Aegean and Cypriote ceramic collection, University of Florence

      (in collaboration with L. Bombardieri)

       in Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT 18),  

       November 11-13 2013 Wien, Wien 2014

 82. Restauro archeologico e restauro librario: due diverse applicazioni del restauro virtuale per la   

        conservazione del patrimonio dei beni culturali

       (in collaboration with G. Dionisio, G. Lazzi, Daniele Licari)

       Archeomatica VI 1, marzo 2015,  pp. 16-21

 83. "The use of new technologies in the presentation and analysis of ceramics of the Aegean Collection in the

        National Archaeological Museum of Florence"

       (in collaboration with G. Dionisio)

       in Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT 19), 

       November 3-5 2014 Wien, Wien 2015

84.  "The Gallery and the Tawn: the Florentine Bronze Age Aegean and Cyprote Collections beyond the

       Museum walls"

       (in collaboration with P. Kruklidis)

       in Proceedings of the 19th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT 19), 

       November 3-5 2014 Wien, Wien 2015

 85. "A Hieroglyphic seal from the Juktas Peak Sanctuary"

        (in collaboration with A Karetzou)

        in (C.F.Macdonald, E. Hatzaki, S. Andreou eds) The Great Islands. Studies of Crete and Cyprus presented to

        Gerard Cadogan, Athens 2015, pp.94-99

86.  "From “Hieroglyphic” to “Talismanic” Symbols"

         Pasiphae 10 (2016), pp.19-27

87.  "Teaching new technological methodologies  applied to ancient history: the profitable example of the       Municipal  Archaeological Museum and the Primary School of Montelupo Fiorentino, Italy"

         (in collaboration with G. Dionisio)

         in Proceedings of the 20th International Conference on Cultural Heritage and New Technologies (CHNT 20), 

        November 4-6 2015 Wien, Wien 2015

88.  "Il progetto Musint II: aspetti scientifici e didattici"

        in (A.M.Jasink, G.Dionisio eds) MUSINT II. Nuove esperienze di ricerca e didattica nella museologia interattiva,

      Firenze University Press, Firenze 2016 (= Periploi 8), pp.

89.  "Funzione e divulgazione dei modelli 3D all'interno del museo interattivo"

       (in collaboration with G. Dionisio, C. Faralli)

       in (A.M.Jasink, G.Dionisio eds) MUSINT II. Nuove esperienze di ricerca e didattica nella museologia

      interattiva, Firenze University Press, Firenze 2016 (= Periploi 8), pp.

90. "Il laboratorio di Civiltà Egee ("

      in (A.M.Jasink, G.Dionisio eds) MUSINT II. Nuove esperienze di ricerca e didattica nella museologia

      interattiva, Firenze University Press, Firenze 2016 (= Periploi 8), pp.

91. "Dai frammenti SHERD alla progettazione di un Museo interattivo sulle collezioni cipriote (terzo-secondo

        Millennio a.C.) sparse nei Musei Italiani"

       (in collaboration with G. Dionisio, D. Puzio)

       in (A.M.Jasink, G.Dionisio eds) MUSINT II. Nuove esperienze di ricerca e didattica nella museologia

      interattiva, Firenze University Press, Firenze 2016 (= Periploi 8), pp.






   1. M. Marazzi, La societa'  micenea, Roma 1978

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Mesopotamia XIII-XIV (1978-79), pp. 260-264

   2. I. Wegner - M. Salvini, Die Hethitisch-hurritischen Ritualtafeln des (h)isuwa-Festes, Corpus der hurritischen

       Sprachdenkmäler I,4, Roma 1991

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink,  Mesopotamia XXVII (1992), pp.304-305 

   3. S. De Martino, Die Mantischen Texten, Corpus der hurritischen Sprachdenkmäler I,7, Roma 1992

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Mesopotamia XXVII (1992), pp. 306-307

   4. B. Janowski - K.Koch - G.Wilhelm (Hrsg.), Religionsgeschichtliche Beziehungen zwischen Kleinasien, Nordsyrien und dem Alten Testament,  OBO 129, Göttingen 1993

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink,  Mesopotamia XXIX (1994), pp.305-309 

   5. A.I. Ivantchik, Les Cimmériens au Proche-Orient, OBO 127, Göttingen 1993

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Mesopotamia XXIX (1994), pp.309-311  

   6.  M. Marazzi, La società micenea, 2a ediz., Roma 1994 

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Mesopotamia XXXI (1996), pp. 266-269

   7. M. Salvini, The Habiru Prism of King Tunip-Teššup of Tikunani, Documenta Asiana III, Roma 1996

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Mesopotamia XXXIII (1998), pp. 376-377

   8. C. Trémouille, dHepat. Une divinité syro-anatolienne, Eothen 7, Firenze 1997

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Mesopotamia XXXIII (1998), pp. 377-379

   9. J. Derakhshani, Die Arier in den nahöstlichen Quellen des 3. und 2.  Jahrtausends v.Chr., Teheran 1998      reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Mesopotamia XXXVI (2001), pp.134-136

 10. C. Milani, Varia Mycenaea, Milano 2005

       reviewed by A.M.Jasink, Aevum LXXX (2006), pp. 189-191

 11. D. Maliszewski, Chalcolithic and Bronze Age Pottery fromthe Field Survey in Northwestern Cyprus, 1992-1999,   

      BAR International Series 2547, Oxford 2013

       reviewed by A.M. Jasink, DO-SO-MO 11 (2015), pp.167-169




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