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Helladic period: Quiz


Question 1: The uniform and widely spread LHIIIA:1 pottery was originally defined by the material from the Ramp house at Mycenae, the palace at Thebes (now dated to LHIIIA:2 or LHIIIB by most researchers) and Triada at ________.

Question 2: There is material from Asine, Athens (wells), Sparta (Menelaion), Nichoria and the 'Atreus Bothros', rubbish sealed under the Dromos of the Treasury of ________ at Mycenae as well.
AtreusGreek mythologyPelopsAgamemnon

Question 3: In the 1960s, the excavations of the Citadel at Mycenae and of Lefkandi in ________ yielded stratified material that allowed the ss.

Question 4: LHIIIA:2 ware is in the ________, which sank in the 14th century.
Uluburun shipwreckCopperPhoeniciaAncient Egypt

Question 5: In Egypt, the Amarna site contains LHIIIA:1 ware during the reign of Amenhotep III and LHIIIA:2 ware during that of his son ________; it also has the barest beginnings of LHIIIB.
AkhenatenNefertitiRamesses IITutankhamun

Question 6: The table below provides the approximate dates of the ________ phases (LH) on the Greek Mainland.
Aegean civilizationsHelladic periodMinoan civilizationMycenaean Greece

Question 7: The LHI pottery is known from the fill of the shaft graves of Lerna and the settlements of Voroulia and Nichoria (Messenia), Ayios Stephanos, (________) and Korakou.
ArcadiaLarissa PrefectureLaconiaDodecanese

Question 8: It was intended to complement two parallel terms, Cycladic, identifying approximately the same sequence with reference to the Aegean Bronze Age, and Minoan, with reference to the civilization of ________.

Question 9: LHIIIA:1 ware has also been found in Maşat Höyük in ________ Anatolia.

Question 10: It was also made locally in the ________ settlements of Ashdod, Ashkelon, Ekron, Gath, and Gaza.
PalestinePhilistinesCanaanSea Peoples


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