Approaching the Question of Bronze-to- Iron-Age Continuity in Ancient Greece
An introduction is given to the various stands, including their historical backgrounds, which have been taken with regard to the question of continuity between the Bronze and Iron Age of ancient Greece. Thereafter I discuss the favourable perspectives offered by the figural arts for examining certain presumed continuities in the field of collective and ritual behaviour, comprising funerals and athletic games. Concentrating on the latter, I end up by presenting the methodological framework within which a potentially remunerative material like the abundant chariot-scenes painted on vases from both periods can be affronted.
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