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Mycenaean Public and Funerary Architecture: Fortifications, Drainage Projects, Roads, and Chamber Tombs

[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-1.jpg]4830Mycenae. Fortifications. Detail of Cyclopean Masonry.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-10.jpg]4330Mycenae. Fortifications. Ashlar Bastion Flanking Lion Gate at W, from N.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-11.jpg]4103Mycenae. Fortifications. Lion Gate. Detail of Lintel and East Jamb, from S.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-12.jpg]4090Mycenae. Fortifications. Lion Gate. Detail of Back of Relief Slab and Top of Lintel, from E.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-13.jpg]4591Mycenae. Fortifications. NE Extension. Main Sally Port from NW (Interior).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-14.jpg]4280Mycenae. Fortifications. NE Extension. Minor Sally Port from NNW (Exterior).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-15.jpg]4070Mycenae. Fortifications. NE Extension. Entrance to Underground Water Supply, from SE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-16.jpg]4631Mycenae. Fortifications. NE Extension. First Flight of Steps down to Underground Water Supply from SSE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-17.jpg]5190Mycenae. Fortifications. NE Extension. Underground Water Supply: Karo's Plan and Sections.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-18.jpg]4211Tiryns. Fortifications. West Wall of Unterburg from SSW.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-19.jpg]4400Tiryns. Fortifications. East Galleries, N-S Corridor, from N.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-2.jpg]3791Mycenae. Fortifications. View of North Wall of Citadel from E.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-20.jpg]3850Tiryns. Fortifications. South Galleries, E-W Corridor, from W.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-21.jpg]3380Tiryns. Fortifications. South Galleries, Storage Chamber, from N.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-22.jpg]3461Tiryns. Fortifications. West Bastion. Stairway down to Postern Gate, from NE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-23.jpg]3290Tiryns. Fortifications. West Bastion. Postern Gate from ENE (Interior).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-24.jpg]3220Tiryns. Fortifications. Top of Ramp Leading to Main Gate, and Wall Flanking Gate to N, from NE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-25.jpg]3220Tiryns. Fortifications. Main Gate from WSW (Interior).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-26.jpg]2920Tiryns. Fortifications. First Inner Gate from NW (Exterior).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-27.jpg]2960Tiryns. Fortifications. First Inner Gate from WSW (Interior).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-28.jpg]3400Tiryns. Fortifications. Unterburg. Entrances to Underground Water Supply Reservoirs, from Interior (E).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-29.jpg]3260Tiryns. Fortifications. Unterburg. Exposed Tops of Underground Water Supply Reservoirs, from Exterior (WNW).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-3.jpg]3141Mycenae. Fortifications. Approach to Postern Gate from E.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-30.jpg]3640Tiryns Dam. East Face, from ENE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-31.jpg]3360Tiryns Dam. Detail.of Cyclopean Facing of East Face, from NE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-32.jpg]3210Mycenae. Ayios Georgios Bridge. View from Upstream Side (N).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-33.jpg]3140Mycenae. Ayios Georgios Bridge. View from Downstream Side (SW).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-34.jpg]3081Mycenae. Road to Berbati. Corbel-vaulted Culvert Running Under Roadbed, from S.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-35.jpg]2760Gla. East End of Citadel from Palace (W).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-36.jpg]2720Gla. Fortifications. South Gate from Exterior (SW).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-37.jpg]2580Gla. Fortifications. South Gate, East Half, from Interior (N).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-38.jpg]2550Gla. Fortifications. Northwest Gate, from Interior (S).
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-39.jpg]2590Krisa. Fortifications. West Wall from SW, with Delphi in Background.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-4.jpg]2550Mycenae. Fortifications. Ashlar Masonry of Citadel's NW Angle from SW.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-40.jpg]2460Krisa. View over Site of Old Excavations on Acropolis from SSW, with Parnassos and Delphi in Background.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-41.jpg]2340Krisa. Fortifications. North Wall from ESE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-42.jpg]2330Krisa. Fortifications. Detail of West Wall, from NW.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-43.jpg]2240Krisa. Fortifications. Gate in North Wall, from S.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-44.jpg]2250Midea. Fortifications. Northeast Wall from SE, Just S. of East Gate.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-45.jpg]2200Midea. Fortifications. Northeast Wall from SE, Just S. of East Gate.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-46.jpg]2270Teichos Dymaion. View of Acropolis (R DISTANCE) across Marshes, froom WNW.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-47.jpg]2290Teichos Dymaion. View of Citadel from N.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-48.jpg]2390Tiryns. Fortifications. Corbel-vaulted Chamber in Thickness of East Wall Just N. of Main Gate, from W.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-5.jpg]2380Mycenae. Fortifications. Ashlar (L), Hellenistic Patch (CENTER), and Cyclopean (R) W of Lion Gate, from WNW.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-6.jpg]2620Mycenae. Fortifications. Approach to Lion Gate, from N.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-7.jpg]2720Mycenae. Fortifications. Lion Gate, from NNW.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-8.jpg]2682Mycenae. Fortifications. Lion Gate. Detail from NNE.
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[img src=http://www.dartmouth.edu/~prehistory/aegean/wp-content/flagallery/lesson21/thumbs/thumbs_21-9.jpg]2802Mycenae. Fortifications. Approach to Lion Gate from Interior, from SSE.
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