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Lecture 6 Chronology cont and the Bronze Age

Lecture 6 Chronology cont and the Bronze Age - BronzeAge...

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Absolute Chronology and the Bronze Age February 9, 2010
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Dating Techniques and Technologies ± Relative Dating ² Seriation and typologies ± Absolute Dating ² Historical and scientific methods ± Dating Conventions ± How do these apply to Classical Archaeology?
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Absolute Dating ± Historical Dating: texts, inscriptions, coins, amphora handles, pottery ± Scientific methods ² Radiocarbon dating ² Dendrochronology ² And other methods
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9 MH-LH I EC II LM ± Helladic ± mainland Greece ± Cycladic ± the Cycladic Islands ± Minoan ± Crete
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Mycenae
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Knossos
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Musicians
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EC I figurine (male) EC II folded arm Figurine (female)
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Minoan thalassocracy
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YƵĞĞŶ͛Ɛ Megaron Knossos
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Bull-Leaping Fresco Knossos
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