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Procession Fresco from Ceremonial Entrance Corridor, Knossos 15 th  C Arthur Evans and his team reconstructed it Palace: society is highly stratified and religious Styles and ideas travel; similar styles found on different islands. Bull leaping fresco, Knossos 1450-1400 BCE Bulls indicate status Kamares Ware Jar, fr. Phaistos (Crete) 1800-1700 BCE Physical goods made on Crete travel around Mediterranean Found in Egypt Bull Leapers Fresco from Avaris, Egypt c. late 16 Century BCE Not Egyptian, with flowing lines Subject: Bulls leaping, made by Minoan Painters Could be from an intermarriage between a Minoan and an Egyptian. Minoan Palaces were overtaken by Myceneans around 1450 BCE Came from Peloponnesus, specifically Mycenea Grave Circle A Mycenae 1600-1500 BCE 1 in tact tomb, others were robbed Contains: o Gold mask from grave Circle A Mycenae o Some individualization
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