By Sigrid Deger-Jalkotzy, Michaela Zavadil
The foreign Vienna workshops on ''LH III C Chronology and Synchronism'' goal at clarifying the chronological levels of the overdue Helladic III C interval of the twelfth and eleventh centuries B.C., the interval after the autumn of the Mycenaean palaces and their complicated civilisation. due to the fact LH III C used to be an illiterate tradition, it is just attainable to outline its successive sessions, i.e. their historic series, via the stylistic phases within the improvement of its pottery. the second one workshop of the sequence, ''LH III C Chronology and Synchronisms II: LH III C Middle'' held in 2004, focussed at the heart phase(s) of LH III C, in which Mycenaean Greece reached a last degree of cultural and monetary achievements. At this workshop, best ceramics experts and excavators tried to outline the levels of LH III C pottery improvement in numerous areas of Mycenaean Greece and to include them into an total chronological process. as well as the lectures, the convention quantity additionally includes a dialogue of basic concerns and theoretical questions.
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The occasional appearance of a low cone on the disk of the false mouth of the fine stirrup jar (MDP, 144–145. – ANDREADAKI-VLAZAKI – PAPADOPOULOU 2005, 385–386). 9. 24 10. 25 11. 26 12. The establishment of the Mycenaean-type cooking vessels from LM III B and more intensively from LM III C Early (KANTA 2003b, 526). During the pan-Cretan cultural homogeneity in LM III C, the connections between Crete and the Mycenaean world, and especially Attica, have already been recognised by several scholars, regarding the pottery assemblages (D’AGATA 2003, 33.
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RETHEMIOTAKIS 1997, figs. 23g–h; 33b. – KANTA 2003b, fig. 8L. 26 Attica: RMDP, 585 no. 416, fig. 217. Khamalevri: Fig. 4:26. Sybrita: D’AGATA 2003, 28–29, fig. 2:3. Recent Evidence for the Destruction of the LM III C Habitation at Khamalevri, Rethymnon 41 Index to illustrations Fig. 1 Khamalevri. Pateras. Ground plan and section A–A of the excavation Fig. 2 Open air-space N+M. 1–14: “ceremonial pit” B (Ia). 15: pit I (I). 16–22: “ceremonial pit” A (Ia). 23–27: on floor b (Ib). 28–33: on floor g (Ia) Fig.
LH III C Chronology and Synchronisms II, LH III C Middle: Proceedings of the International Workshop held at the Austrian Academy of Sciences at ... der Phil.-Hist. Klasse) by Sigrid Deger-Jalkotzy, Michaela Zavadil