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    004 Early Bronze Age

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    In this episode, we discuss the archaeological evidence for the early Bronze Age on mainland Greece and the Cycladic Islands; the arrival of the Indo-Europeans in Greece (known as the proto-Greeks); and the rediscovery and excavation of three legendary Bronze Age cities (Troy, Knossos, and Mycenae) in the latter part of the 19th century AD by the infamous Heinrich Schliemann and Sir Arthur Evans that brought to light the Bronze Age peoples who would become known as the “Minoans” and “Mycenaeans”

    Show Notes: http://www.thehistoryofancientgreece.com/2016/04/004-early-bronze-age-greece.html

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    Ryan Stitt

    Ryan Stitt is the Host of the History of Ancient Greece Podcast.Ryan graduated from the University of Alabama with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Classics and History in 2011 and attended graduate school for Classics at the University of California-Los Angeles.Ryan currently serves as a 2nd Lieutenant in the United States Air Force. He coaches youth football in his spare time, and being originally from south-central Pennsylvania, he is a lifelong Philly sports fan.Ryan can be reached by e-mail at ryanmstitt@gmail.com or on Twitter @greekhistorypod.