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Pottery and gold jewelry from tombs of Megali Magoula

Pottery and gold jewelry from tombs of Megali Magoula

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7.9 Map of early Mycenaean sites in the Saronic region. After Siennicka 2002: 180, fig. 1.

Plate 16A. Asine. The Acropolis from West.

65. The inscribed stirrup jar.

The Catalogue of the Ships in the Iliad – Mycenaean Greece and Homeric Tradition

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Genetic Origins of Minoans and Mycenaeans [Archive] - Page 4 - Eupedia Forum

The low hill of Ayios Vasilios (Plate 18A) is c. 12 km south of Sparta, above the junction of the Sparta-Gythion road and the side road to Xerokambi, c.

“At least there can be no doubt that Homeric Zakynthos is the island which still bears the name” (CSHI, 104). Most of the Mycenaean sites found on the ...

Unknown, Engraved Ring with an Actor Holding a Theater Mask, Greek, 325–300 B.C., Gold, 2.2 × 2.1 cm (7/8 × 13/16 in.), 85.AM.276.

MH sites in Attica.

The Catalogue of the Ships in the Iliad – Mycenaean Greece and Homeric Tradition

Plate 22A. Kyparissia: Kastro from South.

The discovery of the great Mycenaean palace and town at Ano Englianos and the decipherment of its Linear B tablets (in which the name pu-ro often appears) ...

Findings from Sesklo, Neolithic Period, c. 5300 BC

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The low hill of Magoula (Plate 16B) is on the coast about a kilometre west of modern Ermioni, which occupies the Bisti peninsula, the site of the medieval ...

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Plate 21A. Kardamyle. The Citadel from South.

Plate 5A. Thisbe from Southeast.

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Grave of Ali Pasha

Plate 41A. Kastelli (? Dion) from East.

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The Catalogue of the Ships in the Iliad – Mycenaean Greece and Homeric Tradition

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Bezesteni Archaeological Museum, Serres

ORF 44/44; Sofades (Magoula Margarita); ATAE unknown.

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Fetihe Mosque, Nafpaktos

The Catalogue of the Ships in the Iliad – Mycenaean Greece and Homeric Tradition

The interior corner of walls 9b and 11a from the east. The floor of room B1 is marked with the arrow. The opening of Grave E.I.5 is visible at the bottom.

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Torso of woman with hands on chest, small terracotta, Sesklo culture, Neolithic, c. 6000 BC — c. 5000 BC

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For Aspledon, as Lauffer rightly concluded, the only possible solution is that it was the site at Pyrgos. This, although the least favoured candidate, ...

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Grave of Rupert Brooke

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been systematically explored by two members of the French School at Athens: W. Vollgraff. 16 Structural analysis of the tholos tombs at Megali Magoula ...

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Amongst them one is situated on a naturally protected terraced spur at Aidonia.

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FGHGF Resin Sculpture Figurines Home Decoration Crafts

... from Commentarius in Apocalypsim, Spanish, about 1220–1235, Tempera colors, gold leaf, and ink on parchment, Leaf: 29.4 × 23.5 cm (11 9/16 × 9 1/4 in.

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Aelbert Cuyp (Dutch, 1620 - 1691), Panoramic View of Dordrecht and the River Maas, Dutch, about 1645–1652, Brush and dark brown ink with grey wash and ochre ...

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2.2.2. Change in Import Deposition Contexts: Context of Consumption and Geographical Patterns

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Female figurine, marble, Thessaly, 5300-3300 BC

Ancient Agora of Kos (Kos Town)

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36. ORF 79/79; ATAE unknown. H: 4.30, W:

Aghia Anna, Amari