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The Minoans and Mycenaeans

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Sarah Spurling

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Transcript of The Minoans and Mycenaeans

The
Minoans
and
Mycenaeans

Sarah Spurling
UGC 111
Fall 2013
Minoan-Mycenaean Age
2000-1100BCE
Minoan Civilization 2000-1400 BCE
Maritime Empire
Large mercantile fleet
Palace-centered towns
Sea as highway for trade
Technical
Progress
Arts
Argiculture
Trade
Writing
Urbanized Civilization
Peaceful
Equitable wealth distribution
Public Works
Art
Unique
Spirited
Joyful
Celebration of life
Celebration of sexuality
Art
Status of Women
Religious & public participation
Elevated social status
Great Palace at Knossos
Myth of King Minos
Minos -> Minoans
Mycenaeans Invade 1450 BCE
Changes
Deities--gods added
Women less connected to general social life
Violence seen in art
How do we get this knowledge?
Homer
Archaeology
What we know about the end of the Mycenaean culture:
Internal warfare between competing towns
Technologies lost
Dark Age follows
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