Saturday, November 30, 2013

Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology Textbook Online

Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology
This site contains information about the prehistoric archaeology of the Aegean. Through a series of lessons and illustrations, it traces the cultural evolution of humanity in the Aegean basin from the era of hunting and gathering (Palaeolithic-Mesolithic) through the early village farming stage (Neolithic) and the formative period of Aegean civilization into the age of the great palatial cultures of Minoan Crete and Mycenaean Greece.
There are several ways to navigate through the materials. You can:
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  • Type a key word(s) in the search box and press the return button on your keyboard to find selected content.
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