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Title Mobility and trade in Mediterranean antiquity_ Evidence for an ‘Italian connection’ in Mycenaean Greece revealed by ancient DNA of livestock
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  • Meirav Meiri
  • Philipp W. Stockhammer
  • Peggy Morgenstern
  • Joseph Maran
DOI of Attachment 10.1016/j.jasrep.2018.10.011 Abstract
The Late Bronze Age (ca. 1700/1600–1050 BCE) in the Aegean started with strong connections between societies in the region and beyond, and was accompanied by the collapse of palatial polities around 1200 BCE. The collapse led to unrest and migration in the East Mediterranean. In the present study, we focus on settlement contexts dating to the transition between the Mycenaean palatial and post-palatial periods (ca. 1250–1050 BCE) in Greece, which saw the destruction of the Mycenaean palaces (ca. 1200 BCE). We aim to shed light on trade connections and mobility in the region during this substantial period through ancient DNA of livestock.
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Mobility and trade in Mediterranean antiquity: Evidence for an ‘Italian connection’ in Mycenaean Greece revealed by ancient DNA of livestock
Introduction
The archaeozoology of Tiryns

Material and methods
Sample collections and archaeological find contexts
DNA extraction and amplification
Phylogenetic analyses

Results
Pigs
Cattle

Discussion
Conclusions
Acknowledgments
Declarations of interest
Supplementary material
References