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Study Notes On The 7 Levels Of Troy. Important Information!

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7 Levels of TroyTroy was founded about 3000 B.C. and continued until 400 A.D. This city contains 9 culture strata.Troy I 3000-2500 B.C.Troy II 2500-2300 B.C.Troy III 2300-2200 B.C.Troy IV 2200-2100 B.C.Troy V 2100-1900 B.C.Troy VI 1900-1300 B.C.Troy VIIa 1300-1200 B.C. - TROY OF ILLIADTroy Vllb1 1200-1100 B.C.Troy Vllb2 1100-900 B.C.Troy VIII 900-350 B.C.Troy IX 350 B.C.-400 A.D.Because:Fortifications:* Southern Extension added - made approach to Gate more difficult* Repair of main South Gate -Paving entrance passage, Drainage under paving* Extensive repairs to South - South East Wall.Materials:* Residents are survivors of earthquake - Same material culture.* Decline in Mycenaean Pottery in Troy Viia - Due to war - (Although Mycenaean trade severely diminished in the Aegean at the time of Troy Viia)Hissarlik:NEGATIVE* "I am extremely disappointed at being obliged to give so small a plan of Troy" - Schliemann* "The very poverty and insignificance of Troy VIIa makes it less likely a object of a large scale military enterprise from far away across the sea by a coalition of Mycenae states, such as depicted by Homer" - Nylander* "Hissarlik doesn't agree with the situation depicted by the Iliad. A great Walled City with streets, houses and palaces, rising to a temple-crowned acropolis, at an approachable distance from the Hellesport with abundant springs of deep-soil water" - Carpenter* "Actually, Hissarlik is in plain sight of the Hellespont, on the same side of the river, without any running...

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