Mycenae - Golden Lions Head Rhyton, Shaft Grave IV Lion...

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Aegean Civilizations Mycenae and Helladic Cultures
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Citadel at Mycenae, aerial view
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Citadel at Mycenae, reconstruction
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Lion Gate, Mycenae, c. 1250 BCE
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Lion Gate, Mycenae, c. 1250 BCE
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Lion gate, c. 1250 BCE, stone, Mycenae, Greece.
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Mycenaean Citadel
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Entrance to cistern, Mycenae
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Pylos Palace Plan, c. 1300- 1200 BCE
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Pylos palace plan, c. 1300- 1200 BCE
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Megaron or Throne Room from Pylos with central hearth
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Reconstruction drawing of the Megaron in the Palace at Pylos, Greece, c. 1300-1200 BCE
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Reconstruction drawing of the courtyard at Pylos leading to the megaron/throne room
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Reconstruction drawing of the grave circle at Mycenae
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Entrance to the Tholos called Treasury of Atreus, Mycenae, Greece, c. 1300-1200 BCE
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Entrance to the “Treasury of Atreus”
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Cutaway drawing of “Treasury of Atreus”
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Interior of the “Treasury of Atreus”
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vault: layers of stone are set incrementally closer to each other until they can be spanned with a single slab or capstone.
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Ceiling of Tholos Beehive tomb
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Grave goods: a gold funerary diadem or wreath, 16 th century BCE
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Unformatted text preview: Golden Lions Head Rhyton, Shaft Grave IV Lion Rhyton, side view Inlaid dagger, c. 1400 BCE, bronze, gold and silver, shaft graves Mycenae, Greece. Detail of dagger inlay Dagger blade with Lion Hunt, Shaft Grave IV, Grave Circle A, Mycenae, c. 1550-1500 BCE Inlaid dagger with cat and birds Mycenaean Signet Ring Mask of Agamemnon , approx 12 high, 1600-1550 BCE Funerary mask from Mycenae shaft grave IV, 1570-1500 BCE Funerary mask from Mycenae, shaft grave IV, Grave Circle A Level of Troy VI (Iliad times) Heinrich Schliemann The hoard Schliemann found in Troy II Sophie Schliemann, wearing the Trojan gold that her husband Heinrich Schliemann discovered in Hissarlik, Turkey. Vapheio Cup, 3 high, c. 1650-1450 BCE, Sparta (Minoan style metalwork) Repousse gold cup with spiral pattern Warrior vase, Ceramic, height 16, 1300-1100 BCE Detail of vase with warriors Wall with partial fresco, Mycenae Two women with a child, Ivory, height 2 , c. 1400-1200 BCE, Mycenae...
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This note was uploaded on 11/15/2011 for the course AHS 195 taught by Professor K.koblik during the Fall '10 term at Diablo Valley College.

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