CL 17A - Introduction to Greek Archaeology

Lecture 9
Mycenaean Art and Religion

Tholos tomb - dromos, stomion, thalamos
Vapheio
chamber tomb - cist, niche
dry-wall masonry
 
Mycenaean Palatial Period (LH IIIA 2 - LH IIIB) 1375-1200 BC
citadel
Mycenae, Tiryns, Midea, Pylos, Athens,
    Thebes, Orchomenos, Gla, Iolkos
Cyclopean masonry
ashlar masonry
Lion Gate - relieving triangle, lintel block, threshold,
    jambs, pivot hole and shoe
cistern
Megaron - porch, vestibule, throne room
hearth
Neleus - Nestor
propylon
kylix, kylikes
koine
sphinx
lyre
"Mykenaia" - Mycenaean Lady
Ephyrean
stirrup jar
Pictorial Style
Warrior Vase
Close Style
Granary style
 
daimon - genius
kranophoros
Aghia Irini, Kea
Phylakopi, Melos
phi, psi and tau figurines
kourotrophos
Potnia
 
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