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Miletus in the Middle Bronze Age and Minoan presence in the eastern Aegean.
Amy Eloise Raymond
Written in English
This dissertation is the analysis of the MBA Period III level at Miletus, and it establishes certain fundamentals concerning the site: (1) the site was inhabited during the early MBA period, (2) the material culture reflects southwestern Anatolian traditions and therefore the inhabitants should be considered indigenous, (3) the settlement was located directly on the coast in an ideal harbor area, (4) this location afforded access to a north-south and east-west crossroad, (5) there is no evidence of hiatus, however this is the earliest period when Cretan influence is discernable in local pottery production and the first Minoan (MM IB--MM IIB) imports appear, and (6) although the quantity of these imports is high in comparison with MM IB--MM IIB imports elsewhere east of Crete, they account for less than 2% of the ceramic assemblage. These numbers are reversed in Period IV, when Minoan or Minoanizing pottery account for over 95% of the excavated material.The first chapter of this dissertation reviews the century-old excavation at Miletus as it pertains to its prehistoric settlements and provides a primer on the history and present state of excavation and research of MBA culture in southwestern Anatolia. The second, third and fourth chapters present the MBA level at Miletus, its general stratigraphy, architectural features, ceramics and small finds. Chapter 3 concerns the local ceramics, and the imported protopalatial ceramics are catalogued in Chapter 4. I examine the Milesian material within its larger geographic context in Chapter 5, isolating the Anatolian and Aegean parallels. Chapter 6 contains a discussion of the Middle Minoan influence in the eastern Aegean and its consequent impact on the nature of the Miletus settlement.Less than a decade ago, there was no indication that the Milesian peninsula had been settled in the Early or the Middle Bronze Ages. Because the prehistoric deposits previously excavated were Late Chalcolithic and Late Bronze Age in date, a hiatus of occupation was assumed. In 1997, our understanding of the site changed dramatically when a new excavation campaign uncovered a MBA Anatolian habitation level that was replete with imported Middle Minoan goods.
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Miletus in the Middle Bronze Age: an overview of the characteristic features and ceramics Amy E. Raymond Miletus IV: the settlement and the Minoan sanctuary of the beginning of the Late Bronze Age.
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“Miletus in the Middle Bronze Age and Minoan Presence in the Eastern Mediterranean.” University of Toronto. Advisor: J.W. Shaw. Title. Değirmentepe, located kilometers to the south-east of Miletus, was the site of the Late Bronze Age necropolis.
Zeytintepe is a low hill to the north of Değirmentepe. It was the location of an Archaic temple of Aphrodite Oikos. This sanctuary was excavated from to and it has been dated to the first half of the 7th century BCE.
So successful were the Minoans at trade, that from about BCE and by the late Bronze Age (ca –) BCE, all the Aegean islands, including the Cyclades, were dominated by Minoan culture, their pottery, architecture and frescoes are all remarkably similar.
The Aegean Bronze Age, Cambridge University Press, New York, (ISBN ) Schertz, J.P., Old Water Levels and Waterways During the Ancient Copper Mining Era (about BC to BC),no ISBN. The Minoan civilization was an Aegean Bronze Age civilization that was rich with culture, art and architecture.
They were so intellectually advanced for their time period, that they have made a significant contribution to the development of the Western European civilization. The Mycenaean civilization flourished in the late Bronze Age.
a Minoan presence at Miletus in the Late Bronze Age (e.g. Niemeier and Niemeier; Kaiser ). Unfortunately, the rarity of such objects and the nature of their archaeo. Abstract. Nostoi. Indigenous Culture, Migration and Integration in the Aegean Islands and Western Anatolia during the Late Bronze and Early Iron Age is presenting one comprehensive volume with papers discussing various aspects of the intercultural contact between West Anatolia and the Aegean during the Late Bronze Age and Early Iron Age.
The conference proceedings are focusing on the various. Abstract and bibliography / Wolf-Dietrich Niemeier --Miletus in the Middle Bronze Age: an overview of the characteristic features and ceramics / Amy E.
Raymond --Miletus IV: the settlement and the Minoan sanctuary of the beginning of the Late Bronze Age. The Greek Bronze Age, roughly to BCE, witnessed the flourishing of the Minoan and Mycenean civilizations, the earliest expansion of trade in the Aegean and wider Mediterranean Sea, the development of artistic techniques in a variety of media, and the evolution of early Greek religious practices and mythology.
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The Nature of Minoan Power in the Aegean during the Neopalatial Period. To what extent is Thucydides’ report (I.4, 8) that Minos established a sea-empire (thalassocracy) in the Aegean by virtue of the strength of his fleet an accurate reflection of some Bronze Age historical reality.
In the eastern Aegean, Minoan pottery has been found in Rhodes. Minoan artifacts and cooking equipment have been found at Miletus, a city in Anatolia that would have attracted the Cretans for its. For some years, the Bronze Age Minoan civilization thrived on the island of Crete.
But in the latter part of the 15th century B.C.E., the end came rapidly, with the destruction of several of the palaces, including Knossos. Other Minoan buildings were torn down and replaced, and domestic artifacts, rituals, and even the written language changed.
The term "Aegean art" refers to a cluster of differing cultures that flourished in the area of the Aegean Sea in the eastern Mediterranean. This category of ancient art of classical antiquity - a precursor of Greek art (c BCE) - commonly includes three civilizations: the Cycladic, the Minoan and the Mycenean, which first emerged around.The Nature of Minoan Power in the Aegean during the Neopalatial Period.
To what extent is Thucydides’ report (I.4, 8) that Minos established a sea-empire (thalassocracy) in the Aegean by virtue of the strength of his fleet an accurate reflection of some Bronze Age historical reality?Western painting - Western painting - Middle Bronze Age (– bc): The Middle Minoan period saw the evolution of a monarchical society based on palaces situated in the most fertile districts of Crete.
There were undoubtedly frescoes in these large buildings before bc, but little survived the disastrous earthquake of about bc, and once again it is the pottery that gives the.