Monday, 11 August 2014

Mycenaean contacts

By the end of the Bronze Age (up to Late Helladic IIIC) contacts between the Aegean and its neighbors were entrenched. Mycenaean associations reached out the extent that Sardinia,[28] Southern Italy and Sicily,[29] Asia Minor[30] (i.e. Milawatta or Miletus, Iasus and Ephesus[31][32][33] where astounding Palace style and Mycenaean ceramics have been recovered[34]). While Mycenaean ceramics has been found the extent that Cyprus,[35] the Levant,[36] Egypt (particularly Tell el Amarna[37]) and even southern Spain.[38] The flow of products and create between focuses are verified in Linear B records, however proof of immediate trade is definitely not.

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