By Anna Elisabeth Bachle, Sigrid Deger-Jalkotzy
The Vienna workshops on LH III C Chronology and Synchronisms serve the aim of constructing a commonly acceptable chronological framework of the LH III C interval and contributing to a greater figuring out of the background of this crucial part of the early heritage of Greece. The 3rd workshop used to be devoted to the final levels of the Mycenaean civilisation and the transition to the Protogeometric interval. except the presentation of quite often unpublished fabrics from outdated and new excavations, the lawsuits of this workshop includes contributions to many matters about the transition from the overdue Bronze to the Early Iron a while. a number of audio system mentioned that the top of the Mycenaean civilisation and the transition to the Early Iron Age expressed itself via various cultural phenomena within the numerous areas of Greece. one of many major subject matters was once the much-debated query of even if there existed a so-called Submycenaean interval, and if that is so, the way it might be outlined. in addition, a brand new suggestion for absolutely the chronology of the tip of the past due Bronze Age is advised, in order to definitely bring up a full of life dialogue.
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The pierced base would suggest a ritual use or re-use. From a re-used tholos tomb at Tragana comes the well-known straight-sided alabastron with a ship in a panel (Fig. 8, Messenia Cat. no. 4). The tomb also yielded part of a stirrup jar of similar date, with remains of a bird on the shoulder (Fig. 9, Messenia Cat. no. 5). Three incompletely preserved pictorial vessels from Delphi in Phocis have been attributed to LH III C Late. One is a jar showing two creatures, identifiable as fish by the presence of dorsal and ventral fins, in a belly zone (Fig.
High-footed skyphos. Ht. 8. Single birds below handles. – POPHAM – TOULOUPA – SACKETT 1982, 218, 235 (tomb 39 no. 19), pl. 29a–c. – HURWIT 1985, 59 n. 25. – LENZ 1995, no. 115, figs. 20–21, pl. 4:1–2. – POPHAM – LEMOS 1996, pl. 122c. Note: Attic Late Protogeometric import. 50 Joost H. Crouwel Anatolia 1 Dirmil, chamber tomb (Fig. 24). High-footed krater. Ht. 9. Ship below double-arched handle. – BASS 1963, 358–359, pl. 83, fig. 15. – VAN DOORNICK, JR. 1982. – POPHAM 1987, 7 n. 7. – WEDDE 1999, 471 no.
Late Protogeometric. Neck-handled amphora. Ht. 9. On neck, two horses in panel. – KÜBLER 1943, 5, 9–10, 16, 34, pls. 8, 27 (Inv. no. 911). – DESBOROUGH 1952, 41–42, pl. 6 (called amphora with handles from shoulder to lip). – BENSON 1970, 34, 36, pl. VIII, fig. 9. Phthiotis 1 Atalanti. (N. Karageorgos plot), tomb II (Fig. 21). Late Protogeometric. Flask. Row of birds in vertical zone. – DAKORONIA 1990, 167, pl. 56a. – PARIENTE 1992, 885, fig. 65. – LENZ 1995, no. 114, fig. 114. Macedonia 2 Torone, tomb 116.