The Aegean Civilizations
A comprehensive account of the "lost" cultures of Crete and Mycenae which antedated the Classical period by a thousand years and more. Covers the prehistory of the area from Neolithic times (6500 B.C.) to the collapse of the Mycenaean Empire c. 1200 B.C.
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Civilization in the Aegean Bronze Age
Early Farmers and Metalworkers
Myrtos a newly excavated
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13th century BC 3rd millennium Aegean Aghia Triadha Anatolia animals archaeologist Argolid Boeotia bowls building built burial carved cave cemeteries centers central court chamber tombs civilization clay coast Cretan Crete cult culture cups Cycladic Cyprus decorated destruction Early Bronze Age Early Minoan east Egypt Evans excavated faience ﬁgures ﬁgurines ﬁnd ﬁne ﬁrst ﬂoor ﬂourishing fresco goddess gold Greece Greek Homer houses inﬂuence island ivory jars Knossos Late Bronze Age Late Minoan later Lerna Linear B tablets mainland Mallia Melos Messenia metal meters Middle Bronze Age Middle Helladic Middle Minoan Minos Mycenae Mycenaean pottery Myrtos Neolithic Neolithic period ofthe painted Palaikastro patterns peak sanctuaries Phaistos Phylakopi pithoi pottery probably Pylos religion rhyton rich rooms scenes Schliemann seals sealstones Second Palace period settlement Shaft Graves shape shrine stone vessels style terracotta Thera Thessaly tholos tomb Tiryns town Troy types walls ware Zakro