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by Penelope A. Mountjoy

eBook Mycenaean Decorated Pottery: A Guide to Identification (Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology, Vol 73) ePub
Author: Penelope A. Mountjoy
Language: English
ISBN: 9186098322
ISBN13: 978-9186098322
Publisher: Paul Forlag Astroms (February 1, 1986)
Pages: 241
Category: Crafts & Hobbies
Subcategory: Crafts
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Mycenaean Decorated Pottery: A Guide to Identification (SIMA 73; Goteborg). 1997-'The destruction of the palace at Pylos reconsidered Regional Mycenaean Decorated Pottery (Rahden). 1999k 'Late Minoan III C/Late Helladic III C: chronology and terminology. The study sets the basis for further studies towards the identification of the rather complex system of the society of Ialysos and its interaction with some other yet unknown centers in the Aegean during the early stages of the Bronze Age and throughout the periods of the Minoan and Mycenaean expansion.

Mountjoy, Mycenaean Decorated Pottery. A Guide to Identification. Studies in Early Art and Archaeology. In Honour of Professor Homer L. Thomas. Swiny, The Kent State Univ. Younger, Bronze Age Aegean Seals in their Middle Phase.

Mountjoy, P. A. 1986. Müller-Karpe, A. 1988. Hethitische Töpferei der Oberstadt von Hattuša. A Byzantine well-deposit from Anemurium (Rough Cilicia), Anatolian Studies 27, 175–90. The pottery and glass at Alahan, in Gough, M. (e., Alahan-An Early Christian monastery in southern Turkey (Pontifical Institute of Medieval Studies, Studies and Texts 73; Toronto), 35–61. Recommend this journal.

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Mycenaean era archaeology . The appearance of Aegean-style IIIC pottery at Tarsus occured at a time of unrest and of movement of peoples resulting in part from the collapse of the Mycenaean palaces on the Greek mainland.

Mycenaean era archaeology, Late Bronze Age archaeology, Liman Tepe/ Klazomenai . Mycenaean Late Helladic IIIB pottery exports from mainland Greece to Cyprus and the Levant disappeared and were gradually replaced by local imitations. Eventually Aegean-style IIIC pottery appeared in the East Aegean-West Anatolian Interface, in Cyprus and at various sites on the southern coast of Turkey and in the Levant.

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