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The culture-historical labels that we attach to Bronze Age societies – Minoan and Mycenaean – do more damage than we have appreciated. Theoretically they are an inheritance of 19th century thinking that takes for granted the status of race and nation; empirically they distort our interpretations by imposing a singular frame on our evidence. This paper attempts to take the first steps towards a post-cultural archaeology of the Late Bronze Age through case studies of the ‘Mycenaean’ world.

Wednesday, March 6
, 12:00 pm ET (noon),7 pm in Greece, Zoom format
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