Josho Brouwers

Josho Brouwers is an archaeologist (MA, PhD) with a focus on war, violence, and society in the ancient Aegean, from the Bronze Age down to the end of the Archaic period.

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Blood, bronze, and balony
Blood, bronze, and balony
A video about battles in the Bronze Age

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Greek warfare and Homer
Greek warfare and Homer

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Misinterpreting the evidence?
Misinterpreting the evidence?
A fragment of a fresco from Pylos

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Encased in bronze
Encased in bronze
The panoply from a Mycenaean tomb at Dendra

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Context matters
Context matters
Tackling a bad-faith argument against current iconoclasm

Josho Brouwers, Matthew Lloyd, and Joshua R. Hall

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Statues are not mere symbols
Statues are not mere symbols
Material culture is meaningfully constituted

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Dancing figures from Ayia Irini
Dancing figures from Ayia Irini
Clay sculptures of the Bronze Age

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The cult of ignorance
The cult of ignorance
Towards the social approval of learning

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The birthplace of Zeus?
The birthplace of Zeus?
The Psychro Cave in Crete

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The Chigi Vase
The Chigi Vase
Ceci n’est pas une phalange

Josho Brouwers and Roel Konijnendijk

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Set in stone
Set in stone
The law code of Gortyn

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The city on the mountain
The city on the mountain
Exploring ancient Lato

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