Lesson 1 – The Southern Greek Palaeolithic, Mesolithic, and Neolithic Sequence at Franchthi

Lesson 2– The Neolithic Cultures of Thessaly, Crete, and the Cyclades

 Lesson 3– The Eutresis and Korakou Cultures of Early Helladic I-II

Lesson 4– The Early Cycladic Period

 Lesson 5– The Early Minoan Period:The Settlements

 Lesson 6– The Early Minoan Period: The Tombs

 Lesson 7– Western Anatolia and the Eastern Aegean in the Early Bronze Age

 Lesson 8– The “Lefkandi I” and Tiryns Cultures of the Early Hellaadic IIB and Early Helladic III Periods

 Lesson 9– Middle Helladic Greece

 Lesson 10– Middle Minoan Crete

 Lesson 11– The First Palaces in the Aegean

 Lesson 12– Minoan Architecture: The Palaces

 Lesson 13– Minoan Domestic and Funerary Architecture of the Neopalatial and Post-Palatial Periods

 Lesson 14– Late Minoan Painting and Other Representational Art: Pottery, Frescoes, Steatite Vases, Ivories, and Bronzes

 Lesson 15– Minoan Religion

Lesson 16 – The Shaft Graves

 Lesson 17– Akrotiri on Thera, the Santorini Volcano and the Middle and Late Cycladic Periods in the Central Aegean Islands

 Lesson 18– The Nature and Extent of Neopalatial Minoan Influence in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean Worlds

 Lesson 19– Mycenaean Tholos Tombs and Early Mycenaean Settlements

Lesson 20– Mycenaean Residential Architecture: Palaces and Ordinary Housing

 Lesson 21– Mycenaean Public and Funerary Architecture: Fortifications, Drainage Projects, Roads, and Chamber Tombs

Lesson 22– Aspects of Mycenaean Trade

Lesson 23– Troy VI

Lesson 24– Mycenaean Pictorial Art and Pottery

 Lesson 25– The Linear B Tablets and Mycenaean Social, Political, and Economic Organization

Lesson 26– Mycenaean and Late Cycladic Religion and Religious Architecture

 Lesson 27– Troy VII and the Historicity of the Trojan War

Lesson 28– The Collapse of Mycenaean Palatial Civilization and the Coming of the Dorians

 Lesson 29– Post-Palatial Twilight: The Aegean in the Twelfth Century B.C.


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