Bronze Age

The Bronze Age covers a large swath of time. The exact dates depend on the region in question. For example, the Aegean Bronze Age is usually dated ca. 3000 to 1000 BC.

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Africans in Bronze Age Crete?
Africans in Bronze Age Crete?
The “Captain of the Blacks” fresco from Knossos

Josho Brouwers

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The “Treasury of Atreus”
The “Treasury of Atreus”
A Late Bronze Age tomb near Mycenae

Josho Brouwers

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Studies in Bronze Age Aegean Archaeology
Studies in Bronze Age Aegean Archaeology
A book celebrating the career of John G. Younger

Josho Brouwers

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A face from the past
A face from the past
A plaster head from Mycenae

Josho Brouwers

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A survey of Mycenaean warfare
A survey of Mycenaean warfare
Evidence from the Late Bronze Age Aegean

Josho Brouwers

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An Age of Heroes?
An Age of Heroes?
The setting of the ancient Greek myths

Josho Brouwers

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The day an island was shattered
The day an island was shattered
The eruption of Thera

Josho Brouwers

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The cemetery at Armenoi
The cemetery at Armenoi
A Late-Minoan archaeological site

Josho Brouwers

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From blue boy to blue monkey
From blue boy to blue monkey
Reconstructing a fresco from Knossos

Josho Brouwers

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Confronting “Collapse”
Confronting “Collapse”
An anarchist perspective on the end of the Bronze Age

Josho Brouwers

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An equid from Phaistos
An equid from Phaistos
A closer look at a terracotta figurine

Josho Brouwers

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A Minoan harbour town
A Minoan harbour town
The ancient site of Kommos in Crete

Josho Brouwers

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