late bronze age

Materials of Art and Archeology BibliographyMaterials of Art and Archeology Bibliography
M. J. Aitken, Physics and Archaeology, 2nd Edition, Clarendon Press, Oxford (1974). viii + 291pp
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Uluburun ShipwreckUluburun Shipwreck
Bce and became one of the foundational sites that developed the basic techniques of underwater archaeology, including gridding, specialized lighting and photography, the use of balloons to raise objects, and the rhythm of daily dives
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Arch 1600 Archaeologies of the Near EastArch 1600 Archaeologies of the Near East
Meets: Tuesdays and Thursdays 2: 30-3: 50 pm Rhode Island Hall 008
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Faq: The Trojan War When did the war take place?Faq: The Trojan War When did the war take place?
The war took place in the beginning of 12th century B. C. E. and is generally thought to have lasted from 1193 to 1184 B. C. E
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The Renewed Excavations: 1996-2002The Renewed Excavations: 1996-2002
Medieval and modern remains which would make the excavation of earlier remains practically impossible, the site was never re-excavated
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Academic programAcademic program
Susan Alcock (Brown University), “Stepping it Up (Like a Ziggurat): The Place of asor in the 21st Century?”
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Instructor: Professor Dominic CheungInstructor: Professor Dominic Cheung
Information on tas’ locations and walk-in office hours will be announced and posted
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Bulliet, chapter 2 The Late Bronze Age in the Eastern HemisphereBulliet, chapter 2 The Late Bronze Age in the Eastern Hemisphere
Location and boundaries: ancient china virtually isolated from the surrounding world by such natural barriers as the Gobi Desert, the Tibetan mountain plateau
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Magnificent myth or historic happening?Magnificent myth or historic happening?
There is no archaeological evidence that specifically buttresses Homer’s 8th-century B. C. version of a ten-year, Bronze Age conflict pitting Mycennaean Greeks against the Trojans
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Was There a Trojan War?Was There a Trojan War?
Turkey that began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the third millennium B. C. and ended as a Byzantine settlement before being abandoned in A. D. 1350. However, as current director of the excavations
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Was There a Trojan War?Was There a Trojan War?
Turkey that began as an Early Bronze Age citadel in the third millennium B. C. and ended as a Byzantine settlement before being abandoned in A. D. 1350. However, as current director of the excavations
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