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Unformatted text preview: Megaron: Central courtyard room supported by pillars open area Mycenean architecture Cyclopian: Big big stones seen at mycenean referring to Cyclops having to move such massive boulders Pylos: Mycenean palace palace of nestor Linear B tablets Agamemnon: Mycenean King Gold masks at grave circle Tholos: Bee hive tomb Alloy put on daggers Linear B: ancient form of writing found on crete and greek mainlands. Michael Ventris deciphered Vapheio: Vapheio cups found at this site one mycenean one minoan Stirrup Jar: Mycenean jars found at ulu burun shipwreck Tiryns: Mycenean site thought as second to Mycenae Steely: Large carved rock with an inscription (tombstone) Ulu Burun: Shipwreck off the coast of turkey had many different objects Ingets: Raw materials in form of glass tin and copper tied to Ulu Burun Seals: Different kinds of objects used as a form of writing but to also make something official Dypthic: Writing thing Ballast...
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This note was uploaded on 11/10/2011 for the course CLASSICS 51a taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '10 term at UCLA.
- Fall '10