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The culture of Greece has evolved over thousands of years, beginning in Mycenaean Greece, continuing most notably into Classical Greece, through the influence of the Roman Empire and its successor the Byzantine Empire. Other cultures and states such as the Frankish states, the Ottoman Empire, the Venetian Republic and Bavarian and Danish monarchies have also left their influence on modern Greek culture, but historians credit the Greek War of Independence with revitalising Greece and giving birth to a single entity of its multi-faceted culture.


Read more at: The Mycenaean Epigraphy Group

The Mycenaean Epigraphy Group

Dedicated to the study of Linear B, a script used in Bronze Age Crete and Greece (c.1400-1200 B.C.E.) to write Mycenaean, an early form of Greek.


Read more at: Greek Epic of the Roman Empire: A Cultural History

Greek Epic of the Roman Empire: A Cultural History

The first systematic analysis, in cultural terms, of the large corpus of Greek epic poetry composed between the 1st and the 6th centuries CE.


Read more at: Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS)

Contexts of and Relations between Early Writing Systems (CREWS)

An innovative approach to the history of writing, developing new methodologies for studying writing systems and their social context


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