CLAS_267_lect_3a_class_notes_2013

O coils o shaping pottery wheel appears in early eh

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o coils o shaping pottery wheel appears in early EH II period o TA runs with long wound cord fast wheel appears in late EH II period o TA turns the wheel o potter has use of both hands for shaping o results more balanced pottery faster production more complex shapes IMAGE 40: Lerna IIII/EH III; Tankard two-handled tankard decoration: o dark on light and light on dark both appear o linear patterns: chevrons inverted chevron IMAGE 41: EH III Peloponnesian tankard broader bowl style found throughout Argolid matt painted same decorative motifs as more slender Lerna tankard IMAGE 42: EH III Peloponnesian tankard Urfinis finish shiny black monochrome was still appealing no indication that it is meant to be metal imitating IMAGE 43: map -- Orchomenos IMAGE 44: Minyan ware features high handles strongly everted rim carination ridging splay foot usually grey 11
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Harrison/CLAS 267 Lect 3a (2013) - IMAGE 45: Minyan ware shapes ‘depas’ o named for high handles that are typical of much later ware ‘baby bottle’ o spouted o handles go above rim o suggested to someone that could be used as baby bottle IMAGE 46: Early Helladic Burial inhumation skeleton laid out long skeleton laid on back burials are individual some grave goods but few pit (cist) in ground lined with limestone evidence comes mainly from coastal settlements -- Question whether burials can definitively prove arrival of new peoples at end of EH II 12
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  • Winter '13
  • GeorgeHarrison
  • Minoan civilization, Mycenaean Greece, Helladic period

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