In the Late Cycladic period Thera was artistically within the ________ orbit.
Cretian potters introduced the ________.
The cities of Troy, Mycenae and Tiryns were uncovered by ________.
Schliemann based his archaeological excavations on a careful reading of ancient ________.
thirteenth century BC
Scholars believe the city of Troy had been destroyed by fire in ________.
What is considered the first great work of Greek literature and the finest epic poem?
________ ceramists placed dark silhouettes on a light ground
Minoan columns are characterized by their ________ capitals.
The New Palace (Late Minoan) period began the ________ of Crete.
________ was abundantly available on Naxos and Paros.
second millennium BC
The heyday of the ancient Aegean civilization occurred in the ________.
The new palace at Knossos was carefully planned with the ________ as a major organizing element.
The best-preserved and most impressive Mycenaean remains are the fortified palaces found at ________.
Mycenae was a large ________.
The ________ is a recurring motif in the Minoan palace.
________ adorn the walls of the palace at Knossos depicting many aspects of Minoan life.
The most important element in the Mycenaean palace plan was the ________ or reception hall of the king.
By 1500 BC a distinctive ________ culture was flourishing on the Greek mainland.
true or wet
The Minoans used the ________ fresco technique on their walls.