The Early Cycladic III “gap” is certainly shorter today than it was 30 years ago, even if it has not been entirely eliminated. But how swiftly and why the major cultural break at the end of the Early Bronze Age in both the Cyclades and the immediately adjacent region of the Greek mainland (Attica) occurred continue to be much-debated questions. In this article, some avenues of research are suggested that may provide helpful insights in addressing these problems.
“Minding the Gap”: From Filling Archaeological Gaps to Accounting for Cultural Breaks. A 2013 Perspective on a Continuing Story
By Jeremy B. Rutter
American Journal of Archaeology Vol. 117, No. 4 (October 2013), pp. 593–597
© 2013 Archaeological Institute of America