The end of the Mycenaean style did not come about all at once, but the practitioners of first one medium then another died out; the total process may have taken over a century, beginning with the loss of sculpture and ending with the loss of pictorial vase-painting.
"The End of Mycenaean Art." In: Forschungen zur griechischen Vorgeschichte: Das Ende der mykenischen Welt, Akten des internationalen Kolloquiums 7-8 July 1984 in Köln, edited by E. Thomas, 63-72. Wasmuth, Berlin 1987.
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