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Essay heading: Prehistoric Aegean
 
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The Mycenaean peoples, named after Mycenae, the most prominent city on mainland Greece at this time, were driven by a new attitude toward architecture and building. The Mycenaean’s were a dominating culture and soon expanded from the mainland of Greece into the Greek isles. They began building compact citadels and fortresses protected by massive walls instead of large extensive palace complexes...
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The Mycenaean peoples, named after Mycenae, the most prominent city on mainland Greece at this time, were driven by a new attitude toward architecture and building. The Mycenaean’s were a dominating culture and soon expanded from the mainland of Greece into the Greek isles. They began building compact citadels and fortresses protected by massive walls instead of large extensive palace complexes...
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