Greece, the Aegean and western Asia Minor from the 12th to the 9th cents.
The Postpalatial period (c. 1200–1050 BC, subdivided chronologically into the Late Helladic and the sub-Mycenaean or sub-Minoan phases) after the decline of the Mycenaean palace culture, did not entail a radical culture change nor the definitive end of Mycenaean civilization. It was followed by the so-called Dark Ages (c. 1050–800 BC) covering the Protogeometric period (c. 1050–900) and …
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“Greece, the Aegean and western Asia Minor from the 12th to the 9th cents.”, in:
Brill’s New Pauly Supplements I - Volume 3 : Historical Atlas of the Ancient World, Edited by: Anne-Maria Wittke, Eckart Olshausen, Richard Szydlak, in collaboration with: Vera Sauer and other specialists.
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