Cultura Mycenaea

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Cultura Mycenaea aut Mycenaica vel simpliciter Mycenaei (etiam vocantur Achaei) cultura Aetatis Aeneae tardae in Graecia fuit, quae circa annum 1600 a.C.n. orta est et usque ad saeculum undecimum exstabat. Nomen datum culturae est causa urbis Mycenarum. Secundum chronologia archaeologica Graeciae, cultura Mycenaena est pars posterior Helladicae culturae, periodus Helladica posterior I-III. Loci principales culturae Mycenaea fuerunt Mycenae ipsae, Athenae, Pylos, Thebae et Tiryns, ubi reges (wa-nax vocati) palatia aedificaverunt. Dicitur tandem universum ab Homero descriptum aetatem Mycenaeam esse.

Lingua[recensere | fontem recensere]

Mycenaei erant gens indo-europaea, quae linguam primam Graecam coluerunt. Scriptura eius ab archaeologis nominata est Linearis B

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Jamie D. Aprile, "Crafts, Specialists, and Markets in Mycenaean Greece. The New Political Economy of Nichoria: Using Intrasite Distributional Data to Investigate Regional Institutions" in American Journal of Archaeology vol. 117 (2013) pp. 429-436
  • Lisa M. Bendall, "Fit for a king? Exclusion, hierarchy, aspiration and desire in the social structure of Mycenaean banqueting" in P. Halstead, J. C. Barrett, edd., Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece. Proceedings of the 10th Aegean Round Table, University of Sheffield, January 19-21, 2001 (Oxoniae: Oxbow, 2004. Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology , vol. 5) pp. 105-135
  • Bryan Feuer, "Being Mycenaean: A View from the Periphery" in American Journal of Archaeology vol. 115 (2011) pp. 507-536
  • J.T. Killen, "The Linear B Tablets and the Mycenaean Economy" in A. M. Davies, Y. Duhoux, edd., Linear B: a 1984 Survey (Lovanii: Louvain University Press, 1985) pp. 241–305
  • J. T. Killen, "Thebes Sealings, Knossos Tablets and Mycenaean State Banquets" in Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies vol. 39 (1994) pp. 67–84
  • J. T. Killen, "Wheat, Barley, Flour, Olives and Figs on Linear B Tablets" in P. Halstead, J. C. Barrett, edd., Food, Cuisine and Society in Prehistoric Greece. Proceedings of the 10th Aegean Round Table, University of Sheffield, January 19-21, 2001 (Oxoniae: Oxbow, 2004. Sheffield Studies in Aegean Archaeology , vol. 5) pp. 155–173
  • R. Palmer, "Wheat and Barley in Mycenaean Society" in J.-P. Olivier, ed., Mykenaïka. Actes du 9e colloque internationale sur les textes mycéniens et égéens (Lutetiae: École française d' Athènes, 1992. BCH suppl. 25) pp. 475–491
  • S. Voutsaki, J. Killen, edd., Economy and Politics in the Mycenaean Palace States. Cantabrigiae: Cambridge Philological Society, 2001 (CPS supplementary volume, 27)
  • Helène Whittaker, "Burnt animal sacrifice in Mycenaean cult" in Opuscula Atheniensia vol. 31/32 (2006–2007) pp. 183-190
  • James C. Wright, "Empty Cups and Empty Jugs: the Social Role of Wine in Minoan and Mycenaean Societies" in P. E. McGovern, S. J. Fleming, S. H. Katz, edd., The Origins and History of Wine (Philadelphiae: Gordon and Breach, 1996) pp. 287–309
  • James C. Wright et al., The Mycenaean Feast. Princetoniae: American School of Classical Studies at Athens, 2004 (Hesperia, vol. 73 fasc. 2) JSTOR (Paginae selectae apud Google Books)

Vide etiam[recensere | fontem recensere]


Antecessor:
Cultura Helladica
Cultura archaeologica aetatis aëneae Europaea
Saec. XVI a.C.n. - Saec. XI a.C.n.
Successor:
Aetas Obscura Graeca


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