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What is Protogeometric
During the last forty years relatively few attempts have been made to define and describe that style of pottery known as Protogeometric. Following S. Wide's article on the Salamis graves, in which heExpand
A Group of Vases from Amathus
The vases published below were found during the excavation of foundation trenches for a seaside ‘kentron’ between the main road and the sea at the western limits of the site of Amathus. They were inExpand
THE ARCHAEOLOGICAL BACKGROUND
The final disintegration of Mycenaean civilization, marked in certain areas by the survival of Mycenaean settlements until their total or partial desertion, and in central mainland Greece by theExpand
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