2003                The Decipherment of Linear B and the Ventris-Chadwick Correspondence. Exhibition Catalogue. The Mycenaean Epigraphy Group and The Chadwick Fund, Faculty of Classics, Cambridge.

In prep.           The Economic Resources Dedicated to the Religious Sphere in the Mycenaean World. Accepted for publication as a Minos Supplement, J.L. Melena, editor.

Proposed         Mycenaean Religion.




2004                ‘Fit for a king? Exclusion, hierarchy, aspiration and desire in the social structure of Mycenaean banqueting.’ In: Halstead, P. & Barrett, J. eds. Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece. Proceedings of the 10th Aegean Round Table, University of Sheffield, January 19-21, 2001. Sheffield University Press, Sheffield: 105- 135.

2003                A reconsideration of the Northeastern Building at Pylos: evidence for a Mycenaean redistributive centre.’ American Journal of Archaeology 107: 181-232.

2001                ‘The economics of Potnia in the Linear B tablets: palatial support for a Mycenaean deity.’  In: Laffineur, R. & Hägg, R. eds. Potnia: Deities and Religion in the Aegean Bronze Age. Proceedings of the 8th International Aegean Conference held at Göteborg University, 12-15 April 2000. Aegaeum 22: 445-452.

1998-9             ‘A time for offerings: dedications of perfumed oil at Pylian festivals.’  In: Bennet, J. & Driessen, J. eds. A-NA-QO-TA. Studies Presented to J.T. Killen. Minos 33-34: 1-9.




2005                Review of The Man Who Deciphered Linear B: The Story of Michael Ventris, by A. Robinson. Journal of Hellenic Studies 125: 203-5.

2005                Review article of Studies in Mycenaean Inscriptions and Dialect. American Journal of Archaeology 109: 91-94.

2001                Review of Atti e Memorie del Secondo Congresso Internazionale di Micenologia, De Miro et al. eds. Journal of Hellenic Studies 121: 207-209.




2003                ‘The economics of religion in the Mycenaean world.’ Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 47.

2002                ‘Hierarchy, exploitation, aspiration and social manipulation in Mycenaean banqueting.’ American Journal of Archaeology 106: 272. [Panel interviews with the Associated Press, on the www in various languages; also in: J. Fleischmann, ‘Homer’s Bones’, Discover, July 2002 (]

2000                ‘The economics of Potnia in the Linear B documents: palatial support for a Mycenaean deity.’ Journal of Prehistoric Religion 14: 11-12.


Web publication


2003                Designed and wrote text for Linear B website at




1995                English translation of official site guide to Aptera, Crete, for the Greek Ministry of Culture.