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CLAS 267/4A Art and Archaeology of Bronze Age Greece Lecture 2 Cavo Sidero 7 Stone Age Greece Tues/Thurs 10h15 – 11h30 FBG 070 Dr. G.W. Mallory Harrison TA: Diane Seidler
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Paleolithic Greece: c. 30.000 BCE to c. 10.000 BCE Petralona Cave
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Paleolithic Greece: c. 30.000 BCE to c. 10.000 BCE; Kastritsa Cave
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Paleolithic Greece: c. 300.000 BCE to c. 10.000 BCE Klithi Rock Shelter rock shelter vs. cave
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Paleolithic Greece: c. 300.000 BCE to c. 10.000 BCE Franchthi Cave
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Mesolithic Greece: c. 10.000 BCE to c. 6.000 BCE Franchthi Cave
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Mesolithic Greece: c. 10.000 BCE to c. 6.000 BCE Franchthi Cave
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Neolithic Revolution c. 7000 BCE to c. 3000 BCE
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Neolithic Revolution c. 7000 BCE to c. 3000 BCE Earliest urbanisation Ç atal H ü y ü Jericho Jarmo
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Early Neolithic Greece c. 6000 BCE – c. 5000 BCE
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Early Neolithic Greece c. 6000 - c. 5000 BCE agriculture animal husbandry settlement pottery uniformity of style
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Late Neolithic Greece c. 5000 BCE - c. 3000 BCE Sitagroi Knossos Dimini chieftan’s house Sesklo three plan types of proto-elite structures
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Early Neolithic Greece c. 7000 BCE - c. 5000 BCE Sesklo stone socle mud-brick beaten earth roofs walls painted
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