The Middle Helladic period has received little attention, partially
because of scholars' view of it as merely the prelude to the
Mycenaean period and partially because of the dearth of
archaeological evidence from the period. In this book, Helene
Whittaker demonstrates that Middle Helladic Greece is far more
interesting than its material culture might at first suggest.
Whittaker comprehensively reviews and discusses the archaeological
evidence for religion on the Greek mainland, focusing on the
relationship between religious expression and ideology. The book
argues that religious beliefs and rituals played a significant role
in the social changes that were occurring at the time. The
arguments and conclusions of this book will be relevant beyond the
Greek Bronze Age and will contribute to the general archaeological
debate on prehistoric religion."
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