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One of the recurrent themes in research in the prehistoric period in the Aegean basin is the nature and the extent of the cultural and economic influence of the proto- and neo-palatial Minoan culture of Crete on the islands of the Cyclades, on the islands and coastal littoral of the eastern Aegean and on the southern Peloponnesos. Were the artifacts found in these locations the result of direct or indirect trade, or produced there by itinerant crafts specialists from Crete, or the possessions of resident Minoans. Maybe a combination of these?

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82-7A-029 Notion, views of the precinct of the temple of Athena

Notion, views of the precinct of the temple of Athena (Professor Fred Winter, 1982)

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82-07-007 Lakonia, Kyparissos, ruined apse of Ay. Petros church

Lakonia, Kyparissos, ruined apse of Ay. Petros church (Professor Fred Winter, 1982)

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