Origin of Mycenaean
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Egyptian influences, in particular, can be traced throughout the “Minoan” and “Mycenaean” periods.
We may find "Mycenaean" corslets and greaves, but they are not in cremation burials.
In form this targe seems to be a burlesque parody of the figure of a Mycenaean shield.
They were extremely familiar to the age of bronze, the Mycenaean age.
Were the creators of the Minoan and Mycenaean civilization Greeks or were they not?
1590s, "pertaining to Mycenae," the ancient city on the Argive plain, from Latin Mycenaeus, from Greek Mykenaios "of Mycenae," from Mykenai. In reference to the Aegean civilization that flourished 1500-1100 B.C.E. and was centered on Mycenae, it is from 1890s.