added by archaeologs Term used to describe the Bronze Age of central and southern Greece, just as Cycladic and Minoan describe the Bronze Age cultural sequences of the Aegean islands and Crete, respectively. The Helladic is divided into Early (3000–2000BC), Middle (2000–1550BC) and Late (1550–1050BC), with Late Helladic corresponding to the Mycenaean period.
added by archaeologs Term for the Bronze Age of mainland Greece, equivalent to Cycladic in the Aegean islands and Minoan in Crete. It is divided into Early, Middle and Late Helladic, the last representing the Mycenaean period.
The Macmillan dictionary of archaeology, Ruth D. Whitehouse, 1983