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Chapter 4

Map of the Prehistoric Aegean

Figurine of a woman, from Syros (Cyclades), Greece, ca. 2500–2300 BCE. Marble, approx. 1’ 6” high. National Archaeological Museum, Athens.

Male lyre player, from Keros (Cyclades), Greece, ca. 2700–2500 BCE. Marble, approx. 9” high. National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Aerial view (looking southwest) of the palace at Knossos (Crete), Greece, ca. 1700–1400 BCE.

Plan of the palace at Knossos (Crete), Greece, ca. 1700–1400 BCE.

Stairwell in the residential quarter of the palace at Knossos (Crete), Greece, ca. 1700–1400 BCE.

Grand Staircase of the E Wing, lower level (1994)

Minoan woman or goddess (La Parisienne), from the palace at Knossos (Crete), Greece, ca. 1450–1400 BCE. Fragment of a fresco, approx. 10” high. Archaeological Museum, Herakleion.

Bull-leaping, from the palace at Knossos (Crete), Greece, ca. 1450–1400 BCE. Fresco, approx. 2’ 8” high, including border. Archaeological Museum, Herakleion.

Flotilla, detail of Miniature Ships Fresco, from Room 5, West House, Akrotiri, Thera (Cyclades), Greece, ca. 1650 BCE. Fresco, approx. 1’ 5” high. National Archaeological Museum, Athens

Landscape with swallows (Spring Fresco), from Room Delta 2, Akrotiri, Thera (Cyclades), Greece, ca. 1650 BCE. Fresco, approx. 7’ 6” high. National Archaeological Museum, Athens.

Kamares Ware jar, from Phaistos (Crete), Greece, ca. 1800–1700 BCE. Approx. 1’ 8” high. Archaeological Museum, Herakleion.

Marine Style octopus jar, from Palaikastro (Crete), Greece, ca. 1500 BCE. Approx. 11” high. Archaeological Museum, Herakleion.

Sarcophagus, from Hagia Triada (Crete), Greece, ca. 1450–1400 BCE. Painted limestone, approx. 4’ 6” long. Archaeological Museum, Herakleion

Harvester Vase, from Hagia Triada (Crete), Greece, ca. 1500 BCE. Steatite, greatest diameter approx. 5”. Archaeological Museum, Herakleion.

Snake Goddess, from the palace at Knossos (Crete), Greece, ca. 1600 BCE. Faience, approx. 1’ 1 1/2” high. Archaeological Museum, Herakleion.

Young god (?), from Palaikastro (Crete), Greece, ca. 1500–1475 BCE. Ivory, gold, serpentine, and rock crystal, original height approx. 1’ 7 1/2”. Archaeological Museum, Siteia

Aerial view of the citadel at Tiryns, Greece, ca. 1400–1200 BCE.

Corbeled gallery in the walls of the citadel, Tiryns, Greece, ca. 1400–1200 BCE.

Three methods of spanning a passageway: (a) post and lintel, (b) corbeled arch, (c) arch.
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