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CLAS 267/4A Art and Archaeology of Bronze Age Greece Lecture 3 how I spend my summer Early Bronze Age vacations Tues/Thurs 10h15 – 11h30 FBG 070 Dr. G.W. Mallory Harrison TA: Diane Seidler
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Final Neolithic: not much building and settlements settlements are small houses have few rooms with shared walls use of wood, stone, mud brick no overall spatial organization; expanded as necessary few single structures; these tend to be rectangular tools made of stone development of fired pottery clay figurines
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first organized settlements now widespread in Greece appearance of more complex structures rectangular structures continue but with multiple rooms evidence of axial planning in architecture farming begins: olives, grapes, grain use of bronze (copper, tin) for tools (ca. 4000 B.C.) development of wealth: prestige objects (e.g. jewellery) social hierarchy Lerna III: Late EH II (2900 – 2400) House of the  Tiles Reconstruction
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MAINLAND AND PELOPONNESE
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EARLY HELLADIC PERIOD Ca. 3100/3000 – 2000 BCE (MAINLAND GREECE) Development of complex, individual sites These fall by end of EH period, perhaps due to invasion: “The Coming of the Greeks” SOME MAJOR SITES: Korakou Tiryns Eutresis Asea Zygouries Lerna Tsoungiza
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  • Winter '13
  • GeorgeHarrison
  • Minoan civilization, Mycenaean Greece, Helladic period, Corridor House, Lerna III/late EH

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