Mycenaean Society

Definition

Mycenaean society was strictly hierarchical, valued family lineage, and awarded higher social status to those involved with religious or military activities and palatial administration. The lower classes contained craftsmen and artisans who worked for or provided goods and services to the palaces, as well as women and slaves.

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Timeline

  • 1700 BCE - 1100 BCE
    The Mycenaean civilization dominates Greece.
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