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MASSIMO CULTRARO is a PhD. archaeologist and researcher of the Italian National Council of Researches (CNR). He is interested in the prehistory of the Aegean world and he works in the Italian excavations at Poliochni, the Early Bronze Age site in the island of Lemnos (Greece).
He has worked for long time at Crete focusing on the Minoan pre-palatial period and since 2005 he collaborates with the Italian team at Prinias. Since 2002, in cooperation with P. Xella, M.C. Tremouille and M. Rocchi, he has carried out the scientific project of CNR about the study of the religion and rites in the Ancient Mediterranean.
He is the author of many papers on scientific journals and he has also published two books on the Bronze Age Greece, L'anello di Minosse. Archeologia della regalità nell'Egeo preistorico (Milan, Longanesi 2001), and I Micenei. I Greci prima di Omero (Rome, Carocci 2005)




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