added by archaeologs
Distinctive architectural form employed in the Aegean Bronze Age, and typically consisting of a large hall with a central hearth, one or more anterooms, and a porch. The most famous examples form key elements of the great Mycenaean palaces such as Pylos, built in the second half of the 2nd millennium BC.
Archaeology—Dictionaries. I. Shaw, Ian, – . II. Jameson, Robert. - 1999