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Map and Chronology Quiz: Preparation Guide When : Thursday, January 26 th Where : In class Length : ca. 20-30 minutes Format : 1 map question (10 points), 5 fill in the blanks (5 points), and 5 multiple choice (5 points) questions Total : 20 points Weight : 10% of final grade Places **Please be able to situate the following topographic entities/places on a map of the Mediterranean basin** Mediterranean Sea Aegean Sea Ionian Sea Sea of Crete Anatolia Peloponnesus Cyclades Black Sea Hellespont Attica Macedonia Boeotia Thessaly Arcadia Laconia Thrace Crete Cyprus Santorini Melos Syros Paros Knossos Malia Phaistos Gournia Myrtos Chalandriani/Kastri
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Phylakopi Akrotiri Mycenae Pylos Tiryns Thebes Troy/Hissarlik Lerna Dimini Chronology N.B. Cycladic = the Bronze Age culture(s) of the Cycladic islands Minoan = the Bronze Age culture(s) of Crete Helladic = the Bronze Age culture(s) of Mainland Greece General Chronology Paleolithic: ca. 400,000 years ago 7,000 BC Neolithic: ca. 7,000-3,100 BC Bronze Age: ca. 3,100-1,075 BC Bronze Age Cyclades Early Cycladic: ca. 3,100-2,000 BC EC I (Grotta-Pelos): ca. 3,100-2,700 BC EC II (Keros-Syros): ca. 2,700-2,200 BC EC III (Kastri Group): ca. 2,200-2,000 BC
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