According to Yasur-Landau, this evidence, as seen in this drawing of the hearth from the Mycenaean palace at Pylos, suggests that the first Philistines who arrived in Canaan departed an Aegean world that was far less resplendent than it had been a century before. Their pottery is characteristic of the humbler Post Palatial Period, not of the preceding Palatial one. In addition, the frescoes, seal engravings and Linear B inscriptions so typical of Mycenaean palace sites are absent from the early Philistine strata in Canaan.