10. An Azeri woman whose cheeks bleed after she clawed them with her nails. (AFPphoto/David Brauchli, with permission from Agence France-Presse) Late Bronze Age down to the fifth century B.C. Small sixth-century B.C. terracotta figures (both freestand- the moment of scratching their cheeks.'88 Late Geometric period (ca. 750 B.C.), sma
N F f t N 4 Naxos Chora Museum (Fig. 6) has the pale crovfn band that is so com- Figure 10 (left). Early Cycladic marble figure from Naxos, Spedos, tomb 14. H. 33.5 cm. Athens, National Archaeological Museum 6140.20. Figure 11 (below). Late Neolithic fragment of clay legs from Thessaly, Sesklo. P.H. ca. 6 cm. Athens, National Archaeological Museum 12246. taken by Zervos in 1957 before the encrustation was removed (Fig. 10).58 Centuries earlier, a very similar zigzag was scratched on the surface of a
the Aegean impact the art and lifestyle of its cultures? 2. What instances of cultural interac\on do you see in the ancient Aegean? How does this phenomenon impact art both inside and outside of the Aegean? 3. Who is Heinrich Schliemann? What legacy did he leave in the study of ancient Aegean art and culture?