Phylakopi I culture
The Phylakopi I culture (Greek: Φυλακωπή, [filakoˈpi]) refers to a "cultural" dating system used for the Cycladic culture that flourished during the early Bronze Age in Greece. It spans the period ca. 2300-2000 BC and was named by Colin Renfrew, after the settlement of Phylakopi on the Cycladic island of Milos. Other archaeologists describe this period as the Early Cycladic III (ECIII).
- The Chronology and Terminology of Aegean Prehistory, Dartmouth's Aegean Prehistoric Archaeology
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