This chapter considers the evidence for craft mobility and cultural learning amongst stonemasons in the Bronze Age eastern Mediterranean. It draws on a range of cross- cultural comparative evidence, as well as placing particular emphasis on case studies from Egypt and the Aegean inthe 3rd and 2nd millennium BC.
Bevan, A. and Bloxam, E. 2016. Stonemasons and Craft Mobility in the Bronze Age Eastern Mediterranean. In E. Kiriatzi and C. Knappett (eds) Mobile Technologies Across Dynamic Landscapes: Perspectives from Mediterranean Prehistory. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 68-93.
A pdf of this article is available by request from Elizabeth Bloxam for research purposes or via Cambridge University Press through their website: https://www.cambridge.org/core/books/human-mobility-and-technological-transfer-in-the-prehistoric-mediterranean/0B5C3BA7D9A5D6E64AD068EB8A39E8FE