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Lecture 1: Greece from the Bronze Age (Myceneans) to the Archaic
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Troy Mycenae Pylos Athens Tiryns Major Mycenaean Citadels
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Citadel of Mycenae Arial Photograph of Excavated remains Artist’s Reconstruction
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Linear B Tablets
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Ceremonial Drinking Vessel showing Mycenaean Warriors in Boars’ Tusk Helmets Boar’s Tusk Helmet found in grave
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Mycenaean Grave Goods from Pylos, Tiryns, and Mycenae
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Ugarit
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Ugarit (c. 1200 BCE)
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Mycenaean Greece c. 2200-1150 BCE Early Iron Age / “Dark Age” Greece c. 1150-850 BCE Big Centralized Citadels Yes No Centralized Government Yes No Foreign Trade, Contacts Yes (Linear B) No Writing Yes No Monumental Architecture Yes No Figural Decoration Yes No Lots of Gold and other things people like to dig up Yes No
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Early Iron Age Settlements
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Plan and reconstructions of larger Early Iron Age House
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Map of various “migrations” End of Late Bronze Age – Early Iron Age
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Geometric Period (c. 850-700)
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Athens Synoikism 1 city state = polis 2 city states = poleis
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Corinth Thermon Athens Eretria Emerging Poleis in the Geometric Period Samos Corfu
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Burial of the Rich Athenian Woman Athenian Agora Cemetery (c. 850-800)
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Dipylon Amphora Athens Kerameikos Cemetery (c. 760-750)
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Unformatted text preview: Archaic Period (c. 650-480) Kouros from Sounion Sacred Gate Kouros Athens Kerameikos Cemetery Both: ca. 615- 610 BCE Peplos Kore (right) Athens Acropolis (c. 540-530) Anavysos Kouros (c. 540-515) Votive Figurine (Oil Jar) Athens Agora (Archaic Period) “Mantiklos” Figurine Thebes (early 7 th c. BCE) MacMillan Aryballos ca. 670-660 BCE 7 th c. BCE Decorated ceramic jug with sphinx from Corinth found in Athens Late 6 th c. BCE Decorated ceramic jug from Cycladic Islands found in Aegina (Attika) Ivory Lyre Part Samos (late 7 th c. BCE) Chigi Vase depicting hoplite warfare found in Etruria (Italy) (c. 650 BCE) Summary Development of Monumental Architecture Comparison between Doric (left) and Ionic (right) temples Doric Temple (Temple of Concord, Agrigento; c. 450 BCE) Doric Temple (Temple of Concord, Agrigento; c. 450 BCE) House (or shrine?) model from Eretria (c. 750-700 BCE) Hekatompedon 1 at Samos (ca. 8 th c. BCE) Stage 1 Hekatompedon 1 at Samos (ca. 8 th c. BCE) Stage 2 Terracotta Metopes, Temple of Apollo at Thermon c. 630-620 Temple of Artemis at Corfu (c. 580-570 BCE) Hera Sanctuary at Samos 7 th c. BCE...
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