Clas 267 - Essay Topics.pdf

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Clas 267: Essay Topics Instructions Listed below are a number of topics. Please choose one of these topics, do some preliminary research, devise a research question, and argue a thesis of your own devising in a well-written, 8 page minimum, double-spaced essay. For help with sources, see the following two websites: Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology: Nestor: Topics 1. What was the role and function of the Minoan palaces? 2. What was the role and function of the Mycenaean palaces? 3. Examine the various hypotheses for the collapse of the Mycenaeans. Which, if any, do you think is the most plausible and why? 4. Examine the evidence for a Mycenaean conquest of Minoan Crete.
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  • Winter '13
  • GeorgeHarrison
  • Minoan civilization, Mycenaean Greece, Mycenaean Palaces, Minoan OR Mycenaean, Mycenaean religious practices

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