Ancient Greece: From the Mycenaean Palaces to the Age of Homer

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INDEX
Note: Page numbers in italic denote illustrations. BA Bronze Age; IA Iron Age
Acemhuyuk, 33
Achaea (Achaïa), 235, 237, 246, 451, 454, 459, 562, 563, 570, 612
basileis, 103
in Homer, 103, 105, 107
warrior tombs and burials, 154, 157–61, 165, 168–9, 173, 557–61, 564–5, 569
Achaemenid Persia, 321
Achaïa see Achaea
Achilles, 58, 60, 104, 106, 236, 237, 264, 265–6, 363, 364, 367, 371, 374, 390, 433, 453, 454, 667, 671
duel with gifts, 458
shield of, 106–7, 441
Acquarossa, 672
Acrocorinth, 635
acropolis type settlements, 11
Admesu (Admitos?) of Tamesi, 319
administration, palatial, 73–86
administrative-craft complexes, 25–8
Adrimi-Sismani, Vassiliki, 'The palace of Iolkos and its end', 465–81
Aeacids, 363
Aeacus, 363
Aegisthus, 17, 428, 434
Aeolic language, 419, 420–1
Aetolia, 435, 560, 562, 563–4, 569
Aetos, 'cairns' area, 243
Afrati, 345, 347, 351–2
afterlife, of heroes and warriors, 370–5
Agamemnon, 57, 58–60, 61, 102, 103, 105, 106, 107, 108, 264, 265–6, 338, 363, 369, 435, 458, 665
Agapenor, king, 322, 328
Agia Irini see Ayia Irini
Agia Triada, 21, 23, 571, 628
cemetery, 555, 555, 556
sanctuary, 401, 403, 408
Agios Ilias, 559, 563
Agios Ioannis, 400
Agios Konstantinos, 165, 166
Agios Spiridonas, 637
agora, 385, 459, 587
agricultural production (goods), 67, 75–6
agriculture (farming), 118, 531, 561, 637–8
Agrilia, Thessaly, 215, 216, 217
Ahhiyawa, 451–2
Aiakes, 104
Aias the Lesser, 483
Aidonia, cemeteries, 16
Aigeira, 185, 191, 635
Aigina, 14
Aigion, 160, 239, 569, 571
Akamas, 322
Akestor, king, 318, 319, 321
Akkadia, sharru, 317, 321
Akrotiri, 8
Al Mina, Syria, 304, 307
alabastra, 301, 474, 495, 550, 551, 559
Alaca Huyuk, 34, 35
Alashiya, 325
Alasios, 327
Albania, 557, 560
Alcinous (Alcinoos, Alkinoos), king, 103, 106, 265, 428n, 454, 456
Alexander, 102
Alexander the Great, 315, 316
Alexandria, 315
Alexandros, 451
Alisar, 35
altars, 144, 185, 187, 385, 404, 473
Dimini, 473, 478
Tiryns, 124, 127, 142, 184, 244
alum, 82
Amarynthos, 277, 282, 283
Amarynthos-Palaiokhora, 278
Amasis, 321
Amathous (Amathus), Cyprus, 289, 290, 303, 316, 317, 319, 322, 323, 326, 669, 670
amber, 134,139, 141, 151, 166, 290, 484, 543, 558
Amnis(s)os, 345, 409
Amorgos, 117
Amos, prophet, 668
Amphiareion, 279, 280
amphorae, 165, 193, 302, 409, 474, 495, 497, 513, 539–40, 667
amphoriskos, 534, 535, 537–8, 538
Amyklai, 117, 556, 562, 568, 571
Amyklaion, 121, 244
anactes/anassi, 329
anassa/anax, 329
Anatolia, 13, 30–3, 34, 35, 289, 451, 452
Anavlochos, 609
anax see wanax

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