The citadels built during the Mycenaean Age were constructed using the Cyclopean stonework style, with huge entrances made with large stones.
The Mycenaeans were bold traders and maintained contact with other countries from the Mediterranean and Europe.
They were excellent engineers and built outstanding bridges, tombs, residences and palaces.
Mycenae site is located in the Peloponnese, Southern Greece.
The remains of a Mycenaean palace were found at this site, accounting for its importance.
Mycenaean and Minoan art melded, forming a cultural amalgamation that is found on Crete (figurines, sculptures and pottery).