How did people in the early modern period view Greece and in particular, Crete? What assumptions did they bring to any discussion of Greek history, and what significance, if any, did the Greek myths play? In this session we will discuss the implications of these questions, and investigate how Aegean prehistory came to be discovered.
By the end of this session, you will be able to:
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