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Mycenaean pottery figurine statuette of a goddess made on a pottery wheel, Tiryns Lower Citadel, 12th cent BC. . Against grey art background. Photographer Paul E Williams.

The Mycenaeans were a Bronze Age Culture found primarily in mainland Greece in city states such as Thebes, Mycenae and Tiryns. The Mycenaean civilisation spanned the period from approximately 1750 to 1050 BC and ended abruptly during the collapse of Bronze Age culture in the eastern Mediterranean, to be followed by the so-called Greek Dark Ages.
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Mycenaean pottery figurine statuette of a goddess made on a pottery wheel, Tiryns Lower Citadel, 12th cent BC. . Against grey art background. Photographer Paul E Williams. <br />
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The Mycenaeans were a Bronze Age Culture found primarily in mainland Greece in city states such as Thebes, Mycenae and Tiryns. The Mycenaean civilisation spanned the period from approximately 1750 to 1050 BC and ended abruptly during the collapse of Bronze Age culture in the eastern Mediterranean, to be followed by the so-called Greek Dark Ages.