CLST 102 Lecture 2: Comprehensive Lecture Notes

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Mycenae (cid:41804) trade during this era focused on the exchange of copper and tin, as well as the perquisites for purple dye (cid:18559) copper + tin = bronze. Trade of copper and tin were heavily traded during this age, where these metals were mined with the intention of producing bronze - hence the name of the time period, it was a de ning factor of the times. Despite the great need for bronze, production was incredibly dif cult due to the great distance between tin and copper mining locations. Copper was found on cyprus island, deriving its name from the island name. Tin was found on the silly isles, however greeks were even found in the uk looking for tin which was proven through the discovery of a shipwreck off the coast of modern. Turkey carrying tons of copper and tin (cid:18559) purple.

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