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1 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 1 Aegean Architecture • Minoan and Mycenean Civilizations 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 2 Complex Urban Civilization • Palace • Knossos • 1600 BCE 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 3 Conscious Use of Stone-Age Practices • Enclosed Valley • Conical Hill on Axis to North • Higher, Cleft Mountain in Distance
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2 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 4 • Palace Grouped Around Interior Courtyard • Egyptian and Mesopotamian Axiality and Courtyards • Stone Age Labyrinths (Caves) 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 5 • Four Functions: Ceremonial, Administrative, Religious, and Domestic • Main Division Along Two Corridors
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Unformatted text preview: West: Storage and Ceremonial, Ofcial Spaces East: Workshops and Domestic Quarters 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 6 Mycenean Culture Typological and Structural Change Casemate 3 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 7 Lion Gate, Mycenae (1250 BCE) City Gate Deliberately Planned With Stone Bastion Megalithic Structure 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 8 Megaron Dominates Residential Architecture 2/15/07 Aegean Architecture: Minoan and Mycenean 9 Treasury of Atreus Mycenae (1200 - 1250 BCE) Tholos Tomb Tumulus Corbel Vault...
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