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WALTER GAUSS and RUDOLFINE SMETANA Aegina Kolonna, the Ceramic Sequence of the SCIEM 2000 Project. 57. PELOPONNESE GILLES TOUCHAIS Coarse.
Volume XIV. ÖSTERREICHISCHE. WALTER GAUSS and RUDOLFINE SMETANA Aegina Kolonna, the Ceramic Sequence of the SCIEM 2000 Project. PELOPONNESE GILLES TOUCHAIS Coarse Ware from the Middle Helladic Settlement of Aspis, Argos: Local Production and Imports. 81. ANNA PHILIPPA-TOUCHAIS Aeginetan Matt Painted Pottery at Middle Helladic Aspis, Argos .
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Typology and Chronology. An Augustan pottery workshop at Sagalassos. Contribution to the reconstruction of Southwest Turkey. S Six. Six, S. 2003–2004. Holocene geomorphological evolution of the territory of Sagalassos. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Leuven. Die Basilika am Staatsmarkt in Ephesos.
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Helladic chronology is a relative dating system used in archaeology and art history. It complements the Minoan chronology scheme devised by Sir Arthur Evans for the categorisation of Bronze Age artefacts from the Minoan civilization within a historical framework. Whereas Minoan chronology is specific to Crete, the cultural and geographical scope of Helladic chronology is mainland Greece during the same timespan (. 200–c.
The Early Helladic II period came to an end at Lerna with the destruction of the "House of Tiles", a corridor house. pottery decors are rectilinear and abstract until Middle Helladic III, when Cycladic and Minoan influences inspired a variety of curvilinear and even representational motifs. The Middle Helladic period corresponds in time to the Middle Kingdom of Egypt.