50. Floyd McCoy, Zagreb, svibanj 2017.
– The Bronze Age Eruption of Santorini
– Post-eruption Tsunami of Thera
49. Ruth Palmer, Zagreb, ožujak 2017.
– Evidence for Wine and Fermented Beverages in the Bronze Age Aegean
– Deer, Wild Goats and Hornworking in the Linear B Tablets
48. Celine Murphy, Zagreb, ožujak 2017.
– Breakable objects designed to last: the case of Minoan peak sanctuary anthropomorphic figurines
47. Maja Gori, Zagreb, siječanj 2017.
– Early Bronze Age in the south-western Balkans and the Aegean. Old interpretative frameworks and new research perspectives
Giulia Recchia, Zagreb, siječanj 2017.
– Adriatic and Ionian Argonauts? The spread of the Cetina Culture features out of the Balkans
46. Attila Gyucha, Zagreb, prosinac 2016.
– From the Aegean to the Carpathian Basin: Patterns of Sedentism in the Neolithic
Danielle Riebe, Zagreb, prosinac 2016.
– From the Aegean to the Carpathian Basin: The Exploitation and Exchange of Obsidian in Prehistory
45. Julie Hruby, Zagreb, studeni 2016.
– Poseidon’s imact on the Mycenaean Palace of Nestor
44. Dimitris Nakassis, Zagreb, travanj 2016.
– Vorsprung durch Technik: digital technologies, archaeology, and the future of Aegean scripts
– Unthinking the Mycenaeans: towards a new history of the Late Bronze Age Aegean
43. Sarah Finlayson, Zagreb, ožujak 2016.
– Seals and Sealings of the Bronze Age Aegean: Practicalities and Problems
42. Willemijn Waal, Zagreb, siječanj 2016.
– Sealed secrets and cryptic signs: The origins of writing in the Aegean from an Anatolian perspective
Barbara Montecchi, Zagreb, siječanj 2016.
– A fresh look at Linear A administrative practices: counting, sealing and writing in Neopalatial Crete
41. Janusz Czebreszuk, Zagreb, prosinac 2015.
– Amber in the Mycenaean culture: Some general remarks
40. Vassilis Petrakis, Zagreb, studeni 2015.
– Tracing the Wanax: Textual, Archaeological and Anthropological Perspectives on Late Bronze Aegean Kingship
39. Wayne Lee, Zagreb, lipanj 2015.
– Chariots, Rams and Helmets: Sharing Military Technology in the Bronze and Archaic Aegean
38. Nicholas Blackwell, Zagreb, svibanj 2015.
– Regional Connectivity, Techological Exchange and Stone Working in Late Bronze Age Greece
– The Collection of Tools in Metal Hoards from the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Bronze Age
37. Žarko Tankošić, Zagreb, travanj 2015.
– The Prehistory of Southern Euboea: The Last Ten Years of Archaeological Research
36. Silvia Ferrara, Zagreb, travanj 2015.
– Cypro-Minoan Script: Problems and Prospect
35. Maria Anastasiadou, Zagreb, ožujak 2015.
– New Insights into Administration in Minoan Kato Zakros. The Sealings from House A
34. Mary Dabney, Zagreb, studeni 2014.
– Using Archaeological Science to Reconstruct Mycenaean Burial Practices
33. James Wright, Zagreb, studeni 2014.
– The Palace at Mycenae as a Place of History and Imagined Identity
32. Nurith Goshen, Zagreb, lipanj 2014.
– Talking to a Wall. Understanding early monumental buildings in Crete and the Southern Levant
31. Torsten Meissner, Zagreb, svibanj 2014.
– Linear A and Linear B – the evolution of the Bronze Age syllabaries and its consequences for our understanding of the Minoan and Greek languages
– Linguistic and onomastic remarks on the Gaulish inscriptions from Italy and Southern Gaul
30. Eleni Konstantinidi, Zagreb, ožujak 2014.
– A glimpse at the beauty case of a Mycenaean lady
29. Joanne Murphy, Zagreb, svibanj 2013.
– Tales from the Grave: The Late Bronze Age Tombs around the Palace of Nestor
28. Michael Galaty, Zagreb, prosinac 2012.
– Riding the River Styx: New Research In and Around Alepotrypa Cave, Greece
– High Altitude Archaeology: The Shala Valley Project, Northern Albania
27. Diamantis Panagiotopoulos, Zagreb, prosinac 2012.
– Minoan Bull-Leaping. Anatomy of an Athletic Ritual
– Minoan Koumasa. Exploring the History of a Liminal Scape in Southern Crete
26. Adamantios Sampson, Zagreb, studeni 2012.
– Mesolitihic and Neolithic Aegean: The Early Prehistory
– Archaeologists without Frontiers. Excavations at Wadi Hamarash in Jordan
25. Eric Cline, Zagreb, lipanj 2012.
– Amarna, Ahhiyawa, and the Aegean: The Material and Textual Evidence for Trade and Contact between the Aegean, Egypt, and the Eastern Mediterranean in the Late Bronze Age
– The Battles of Armageddon: From Har Megiddo to Armageddon
– Jerusalem Besieged: 4,000 Years of Conflict in the City of Peace
24. Ingo Pini, Zagreb, travanj 2012.
– The History of Minoan Glyptic in the Early and Middle Minoan Period (ca. 2400-1700 B.C.)
– Minoan and Mycenaean Signet Rings
23. Thomas Strasser, Zagreb, ožujak 2012.
– The Flotilla Fresco from Thera: A Pre-eruption Landscape
– Crete before the Cretans: New Evidence for Very Old Mariners
22. Emanuela Alberti, Zagreb, siječanj 2012.
– Trade and weights in the Bronze Age Aegean: Phenomena of Globalization
– Mycenaean weights (radionica)
21. Bernard Knapp, Zagreb, svibanj 2011.
– Identity and materiality on prehistoric Cyprus
– Early maritime ventures: Cyprus and the eastern Mediterranean
20. Stelios Andreou, Zagreb, travanj 2011.
– The Northern Aegean during the 3rd and 2nd millennia BC
– Thessaloniki Toumba: A 2nd millennium BC tell settlement on the Aegean and Balkan interface
19. Michel Tanret, Zagreb, ožujak 2011.
– Writing in the Aegean and writing in Babylon: origins and functions
– Cuneiform script (radionica)
18. Peter Pavuk, Zagreb, siječanj 2011.
– Between the Aegean and Anatolia. The shifting character of Troy in the Middle and Late Bronze Age
– Beyond the Coast. Western Anatolia in the 2nd Millennium BC
17. Rodney Fitzsimons, Zagreb, prosinac 2010.
– Monuments for the living, monuments for the dead: A stone-by-stone guide to Mycenaean state formation
16. Cynthia Shelmerdine, Zagreb, listopad 2010.
– Fragrances of the past: All about Mycenaean perfumes
– The Iklaina project: Adventures in Aegean archaeology
15. Marta Guzowska, Zagreb, prosinac 2009.
– Penelope and Helen at work. Weaving in the Aegean style at the Late Bronze Age Troia
– Luxury versus austerity. Importing Aegean lifestyles to Troia
14. Barry Powell, Zagreb, lipanj 2009.
– Everyday life of the Classical Greeks and their Origin in the Bronze Age
– Writing: Theory and History of the Technology of Civilization
– The Origins of the Greek Alphabet
13. Kostas Kotsakis, Zagreb, travanj 2009.
– Recent Research in the Neolithic of Northern Greece
12. Cyprian Broodbank, Zagreb, ožujak 2009.
– Before Odysseus: the Prehistory of Mediterranean Seafaring
– The Minoans of Kythera revisited
11. Assaf Yasur Landau, Zagreb, siječanj 2009.
– The Biblical Philistines as Aegean Migrants
– Canaanite Kingship and Minoan Art in Tel Kabri, Israel
10. Jack Davis, Zagreb, prosinac 2008.
– The Palace of Nestor at Pylos: New Investigations, New Discoveries
– The Prehistory of the Greek Islands: Evidence from Kea
9. John Bennet, Zagreb, listopad 2008.
– The river of song: Homer, Archaeology and Linear B
– Qualities and Quantities: Using Texts in Archaeological Research
8. Lena Papazoglou-Manioudaki, Zagreb, travanj 2008.
– Prehistoric golden treasures of the National Archaeological Museum of Athens
– The Theseus Ring and the Mycenaean Acropolis at Athens
7. Elizabeth French, Zagreb, ožujak 2008.
– Agamemnon’s Mycenae
– Expressions of Power in Late Bronze Age Mycenae
6. Christos Doumas, Zagreb, studeni 2007.
– The volcanic eruption of Thera and the fiction of Atlantis
– Aegean islands – cradle of civilization
5. Robert Arnott, Zagreb, travanj 2007.
– Trauma and surgery amongst Minoans and Mycenaeans
– Occupational health in the Aegean Bronze Age: the diseases of metal and textile workers
4. Oliver Dickinson, Zagreb, ožujak 2007.
– Golden Mycenae. The beginnings of civilization in mainland Greece
– Was there really a Trojan War?
– The collapse of Bronze Age civilisation and the ‘Dark Age’ in Greece
3. Gerald Cadogan, Zagreb, veljača 2007.
– Crete, Croatia and the first European civilization. Uncovering the Bronze Age Minoans
– Life and death by the Cretan seaside 2900-1450 BC
2. Margherita Bonanno, Zagreb, studeni 2006.
– Oriental cults in Boeotia: archaeological evidence
1. Vassilis Aravantinos, Zagreb, studeni 2006.
– Mycenaean Thebes. Results of the most recent excavations
– Heracles and his sons at Thebes. Myths, cults, excavations