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Jacob Eerbeek explores the Mycenaean archaeological evidence from the south-eastern Aegean. The term ‘Mycenaean’ is typically used to refer to the dominant archaeological culture of the central and southern Greek mainland during the late Bronze Age, which is dated between about 1700 and 1050 BC. His main aim is to establish whether Mycenaean culture, which had a strong influence on the south-eastern Aegean, was used to express different group identities in the archaeological burial record of the region.

Event details of Archaeological evidence of the Mycenaean culture
Date 1 October 2014
Time 14:00 -15:00
Location Agnietenkapel

J. Eerbeek, The ‘Mycenaens’ in the South-eastern Aegean Revisited.

Supervisor

Prof. V.V. Stissi

Co-supervisors

Dr G.J.M. van Wijngaarden
Prof. dr. J.J.M. Hazenbos

Agnietenkapel

Oudezijds Voorburgwal 229 - 231
1012 EZ Amsterdam

Entrance 

This event is open to the public.