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IMAGE: Frying Pans More definite interactions are seen with the Cycladic islands – so-called Frying Pans Produced only in the Cyclades, and found almost always in graves On the mainland, they appear in domestic settings – does their function change? Not known how or why they were imported to the mainland, but they document trade/interaction Specific mainland sites seem to have preferred specific types E.g., Frying pans at Tsoungiza have barred handles – not found except in Cyclades Sites at Tsoungiza, Asea, Cyclades have star pattern stamped on exterior – not in Attica Suggests that individual sites have their own trading partners (and preferences) Not that the culture as a whole is importing and then distributing a specific product IMAGE 34: Kernos multiple vase clay handmade painted fired in kiln unknown ritual meaning 21
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Harrison/CLAS 267 Lect 3 (2013) - IMAGE 35: Hedgehog Cycladic potters were also very interested in zoomorphic pottery Much like their counterparts on Crete who made pots and stone vases Popular motif was the terracotta hedgehog who holds a small bowl He is hollow, like cow creamer These are found in different centers – represent naturalism and wit of Cycladic artists IMAGE 38: Melos, ‘granary’ possibility of rise of communal warehouses, storage areas might be reflected in stone model from Melos Another innovation at this time is the development of a long apsidal or rectangular house Will become a standard architectural form in later Bronze Age periods Will become the Megaron Encouraged growth of elite within a society Especially prominent are those who control access to the raw materials those who employed the artists to make the objects from them o ie., first evidence of craft specialisation 22
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