1 Jane C. Waldbaum.(1978) From Bronze to Iron p 18.
2 The Cretan sites are Mavrospelio, Hagia Triada, Knossos and Phaistos.
3 Waldaum p 21. Iron appears to be mainly ceremonial.
4 All figures taken from Waldbaum (1978) unless otherwise noted.
5 Archaelogical sites of Arsine, Mycenae, Perati, and the Kerameikos.
6 Mainly Athenian sites, but also Mycenae, Tiryns, Corinth, Malthi and Theotokou.
7 Athenian sites are the majority, but among others items also come from Arsine, Mycenae, and Tiryns.
8 Cretan sites of Enkomi, Dali, Kouklia, Bamboula, Hala Sultan and Tekke.
9 Mainly tombs from; Enkomi, Salamis, Lapithos, Marion, Bamboula, Kaloriziki, and Dali.
10 Three major sites of Lapithos, Amathus and Kythraia.
11 Excavations from Karphi, Fortesa, Upper Gypsades, and Kavousi.
12 Ayios Ioannis cemetary, Fortetsa, Knossos, Vrokastro, Tylissos, Panagia, and Phaistos.
13 12th century sites are Naxos, Euboea and Rhodes.
14 Skyros, Tenos, Euboea, Kos and Rhodes. Those in italics reprsents sites also dated to the 11th century.
15 John Collis(19) The European Iron Age.
16 The exception here is Crete where it is the 11th century.
17 J. N. Coldstream (1977) Geometric Greece.p 286
18 There was a north Syrian influence here from the 7th century.
19 Coldstream Geometric Argive grave 45 and 3 graves on Cyprus
20 Free standing horses found at Corinth.
21 E. Homann-Wedeking (1968) Archaic Greece p 64 found at the Olympia museum
22 This is outside the period 1200-600BC
23 More golden objects have been found at Lefkandi than any other 9th century site.
24 R.M Cook Greek Art CH5 metalwork p 159
25 The sites mentioned in Walbaum are Volo, Dendra, Gla, Thebes, Mycenae and Skoura.
26 Snodgrass The Dark Age of Greece p 295
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