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1.7,9: Pottery: With mottled decoration, no pictures, just imitations of marble. Stone work imitates Egyptian pottery. Iporting Egyptian pots and then copying them. Broad range of shapes. Mottled jug, EM, used for stuff. Vasilike.
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1.10 Cyclidic Figures, spedos, Early Cyclidic, Spedos: Folded arm figurines. crossed arms, pointed feet, cannot stand up on their own, sloping shoulders. EC II
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1.13 Khalandriani type. Square shoulders Khalandriani: Like spedos but with angles. Square torso, triangle head, short legs. EC II
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1.14 Pan, Early Cycladic, Boats on frying pans and other pottery, EC II
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1,15 Terracotta hedgehod, EC forms (copying animal shapes,)
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1.16 Lerna, EH II, House of tiles. House of tiles: almost rectangular, entrances on all 4 sides, 2 stories. Destroyed in 2200 bc and built over.
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1.19 Sauceboat, EH II, pouring vessel, Greece. Sauce boat, finish on some pottery that looks metallic. Decoration is basic with meanders and cherrons.
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2.3 Plaques in the shapes of houses, furniture inlay, MM II, faience. Faience plaques give us an idea of what houses looked like. Middle bronze.
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2.5 Figurines, MMI, naked with weapons. Women are bare breasted, bell shaped skirts, headdress. Found in Sanctuaries, made of clay. Offerings, idols? Middle bronze, Minoan
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2.6 Snake Goddess, MM III, faience, Female Faience figurines from stone lined pits at Knossos. Elaborate detail, high hats snakes. Bell shaped skirt. Middle bronze, minoan.
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2.7 Acrobat, MM III, ivory, Knossos. Middle Bronze, minoan
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2.9 Gold cover for a sword pommel with an acrobat. MM III. Middle bronze, minoan
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2.10  Bee Pendent, gold granulation, MM III, Middle bronze, minoan
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2.12 Kamares ware cup, MM II Kamares ware: most found in palace context. Natural forms like animals, plants, and geometric. International trade with Egypt, Cyprus, and Levant (east coast of Mediterranean.) Middle bronze, minoan
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2.15 jug, MC III, bird in flight, Middle bronze, cycladic

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3.2 Plan of the palace at Knossos, LM. Late bronze, minoan.
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3.3 Throne Room, flanking animals, painting on wall, open to main central court. Throne may have been moved to the room. LM Knossos. Minoan, late bronze.
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3.6 Scene from bull sports, Knossos, LM I, fresco. Late bronze, minoan
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3.7 Grandstand Fresco, Knossos LM I, Women with white skin, red men in the background. Women/men segregated? Late bronze, minoan

 

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3.8 Phaistos, LM Stairways linking 2 courts, Colonnades are a set of columns surrounding an open space. Benches, and water systems too. Built-in furniture, water channels, causeways. Planned orthogonal buildings, elaborate doorways, and central court. Traded with Mesopotamia. Late bronze, minoan
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3.12 Statuette from Palaikastro, LM I. Late bronze, minoan
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3.34 Signet rings, Mycenae, LH I, Gold. Greece. Mycenaen, Late Bronze
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3.35 Mask, grave in Mycenae, Gold, LH I. Late bronze, mycenaean.
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3.36 Dagger’s from Mycenae grave, LH, Late bronze, mycenaean.
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3.40 Treasury of Atreus: . They were stone structures, cobbled arch, for the elite class, but not quite royalty. Mycenae, LH IIIB. Late bronze, mycenaean.
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3.47 Palace at Pylos. Megaron showing the columns, hearth, and throne. Late helladic,late bronze age
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3.54 Warrior vase, Mycenae, LH III. Bicoloured decorations, red on cream. More warriors, semi-circle shields, boar tusk helmets. Found suits of armor, still in Egyptian canon. Late bronze.
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4.4 Female Figure, Karphi, 1000 bc, Crete, Dark ages.
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4.11 Statuettes from Dreros, 700 bc. Dark ages.
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4.13 Centaur, from Lefkandi, 10th c, dark ages.
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4.14 Tripod cauldron from Olympia, 8th c, dark ages.
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4.16 Charioteer (except not really,) from Olympia, dark ages, 700 bc.
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4.19 Protogeometric pots, Athens. 10th c, dark ages. Arcs drawn with compass, lots of black banding. Pottery is concentrated in Athens. Relationship between form and decoration by emphasizing its forms. When shapes change, details chance. Put designs in the clay, flashy. Using the fast potter’s wheel.
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4.24 Geometric krater, Athens. 9th century. Dark ages. Begins in Athens, although unique regional stylistic differences in Corinth and Argolid. Decorations are now figural;. Many places on graves. Shapes and figure fill all the open space.
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4.26 Geometric oicnochoe with narrative scene. 700 bc, dark ages, agora.
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5.1 Relief amphora, Mykonos Cyclades. Terra cotta, Orientalizing. Registers follow shapes, more figures and less geometric. Narrative.
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5.2 Protocorinthian aryballos. More free flowing, more figures, more organic. Corinthian pots looks more delicate than pots of Athens.
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5.3 Protocorinthian animal style olpe. Registers, black figure, incision, animals.
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5.5 Protocorinthian olpe, chigi vase. 650, Orientalizing. Narrative.
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5.8 Protoattic amphora, Analatos amphora.  Orientalizing, 700 bc
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5.9 Eleusis amphora, protoattic. Orientalizing. 650.
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5.12 Griffin jug, aegina. Orientalizing.
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5.17 Architectural sculpture, Prinias. Orientalizing period. 600 bc
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5.27 Griffin protome for cauldron, Rhodes. Orientalizing. 700
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5.30 Figurine of a youth, Delphi, 600, bronze, Orientalizing.
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5.25 Nikandre statue, Delos, marble, Orientalizing

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