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.[1] 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).

Clay kernoi with linear decoration.

See alsoEdit

External linksEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Eric H. Cline (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of the Bronze Age Aegean, ISBN 9780199873609, Jan. 2012.