- Refers to the style of artistic production in the southern and central Greek mainland during the Bronze Age between circa 3600 and 2050 BCE. It is characterized by simple, often unornamented pottery in shapes including the sauceboat, and by architecture distinguished by corridor and apsidal types of houses.
- Deep, wide-mouthed vessels used for holding a variety of substances, usually without handles and generally cylindrical, although sometimes made in other shapes. For narrower-necked vessles, use "bottles."
- Limited to fragments of pottery or glass.
- Refers to a style of Early Helladic pottery that developed from around 2,500 BCE to around 2,000 BCE. It is characterized by being hand-made and not thrown on a wheel, and by a finish of semi-lustrous paint rather than burnished slip, with a variegated appearance that ranges from reddish to brownish to black.
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