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The Fifth and Fourth Millennia B C
The Third Millennium B C
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Adriatic Aegean Anatolia appears archaeological architecture arrowheads axes Beaker Beycesultan bones bowls burial burnished ware Byblos carbon dates caves cemeteries central century cities clearly coast coastal colonies contacts copper Corsica Crete culture cups Cyclades Cyprus daggers Danilo dark burnished decoration earlier Early Bronze Age Early Helladic east Egypt Egyptian Etruscan evidence example farming figurines flint flintwork graves Gravettian Greece Greek Grotta handles Helladic Hittites hoard Hyksos imply important incised influence island Italy jars Jericho Knossos later less Levant Lipari mainland Malta material Mediterranean metal metalwork microliths Minoan Mycenae Mycenaean obsidian Ozieri painted ware palace Palestine particularly Peloponnese perhaps period pharaoh phase Phoenician plain population pottery probably radiocarbon Remedello rock-cut tombs Rome Sardinia Sesklo settlement sherds Sicily Sitagroi stone suggest survived temples tion town trade tradition Troy valley vase vessels villages Villanovans walls wealth widely