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Unformatted text preview: gold. Decline of minoa, rise of Mycenean Culture Helladic Hellas Mycenae, one of many citadels in Greece, ruled by Agamemnon Walls of Mycenae thought by greeks to have been built by the Cyclops 4-20, Lion gate in Mycenae, built with post and lintel system, two posts supporting horizontal lintel, supported by relieving arch, gap filled with lion design. Lions 9.5 feet tall. Missing heads made separately, holes would have held bronze or gold heads inside. 4-22 chamber...
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- Fall '07