Jennifer M. Webb is a research fellow in archaeology at La Trobe University, Melbourne, Australia. She specializes in the archaeology of Bronze Age Cyprus and has codirected and published a number of excavations on the island. She is the author of Ritual Architecture, Iconography and Practice in the Late Cypriot Bronze Age (Göteborg 1999). Recent coedited volumes include Corpus of Cypriot Antiquities of the Early Bronze Age. Pt. 4 (Uppsala 2012), Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology: Fifty Years On (Uppsala 2012), and Archaeology in Environment and Technology: Intersections and Transformations (New York 2013). She is joint editor-in-chief of Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology. Her previous article in the AJA is “Characterizing the Philia Facies: Material Culture, Chronology, and the Origin of the Bronze Age in Cyprus” (with D. Frankel, AJA 103  3–43).