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31 March, 08:14

Although dark age greece is largely undocumented and therefore difficult to study thoroughly, it seems clear that the:

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  1. 31 March, 08:36
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    Early Greeks were financially stale and cut off from other Near Eastern civic establishments. The Greeks alluded to certain individuals with whom they came into contact as savages since they didn't communicate in Greek. The Greeks became proficient again during the ninth century B. C. E. by embracing the Phoenician letter set. The Greek Dark Age is the interim between the breakdown of the Mycenaean human progress, around 1200 BCE, and the Greek Archaic Period, around c. 800 BCE. Iron-working was an advancement that appears to have been brought into Greece, not created there, and it conceivably arrived at Greece through Cyprus and the Near East.
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