Achaia has benefitted from much recent scholarship that demonstrates how pervasive Mycenaean culture was during the Late Helladic. However, enthusiasts, and even scholars, when attempting to learn about Achaia in the Bronze Age, are faced with confusing and unclear maps as well as multiply-named sites that make it difficult to get a clear picture of Mycenaean influence in this time and place.
It is time for a series of clear blog posts that look at the important sites and which use clear maps for the purpose. This post is the first in that series. I have begun with the area covered by the orange rectangle in this next aerial photo. Let's call this the Achaia-Klauss complex.
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