Administration destruction tumulus fortifications

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Administration . Destruction - Tumulus - Fortifications - Casemate walls - Towers (U & V) - 4 building stages Pottery - Yellow mottled ware - Urfirnis ware - Sauceboats - Gourds?? - Cooking vessels - Storage vessels - Animal figurines Butchery? Sacrifices? - Plow oxen - Secondary products - Social differentiation - 70 sealings - Geometric designs, insects & spiders - Private property - Taxes - Redistribution? Metal objects - Groundstone & chipped stone objects - Increase in metal objects
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- Bronze, copper, silver - Daggers, tweezers, jewelry - Sauceboats What’s New? - Increased social complexity - Chiefdoms? - What happened? Destruction & continuity EH IIA- EH IIB: Lefkandi I Culture - overlap, ca.100 years - Lefkandi on Euboea Pottery - Red and black burnished ceramics - Anatolian styles - Troy ( II or III) - Potter’s wheel - Coastal sites - Limited architecture - Apsidal houses, Lefkandi - Stone, metal, bone? - Why Anatolian pottery? . Population movement . Trade? EH III: Tiryns Culture . Poorly understood . Wide-spread Architecture - Lerna - Apsidal houses - Long houses - Wattle & daub - Stone & mudbrick Ceramics - Patterned ware ( dark on white pottery Peloponnesus) - Ayia Marina ware( light on dark central Greece) - Ouzo cups
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Gray burnished pottery - Cf. Gray Minyan ware (MH) - Wheelmade - EH IIB to EH III - Expansion of metal implements
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  • Winter '13
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  • EH IIA sites, Lerna, EH IIB

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