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Minoans were traders, & their cultural contacts reached far beyond Crete; to Egypt's Old Kingdom/ to copper-bearing Cyprus/ Canaan/ the Levantine coasts beyond/ & to Anatolia. In late 2009, Minoan-style frescoes & other Minoan-style artifacts were discovered during excavations of the Canaanite palace at Tel Kabri, Israel, leading archaeologists to conclude that the Minoan influence was the strongest foreign influence on that Caananite city state

Minoans were traders, & their cultural contacts reached far beyond Crete…

Μινωϊτισσα Καλλονή - 2200 -1600 π.Χ.  Minoan lady - 2200 - 1600 BCE

Μινωϊτισσα Καλλονή - 2200 -1600 π.Χ. Minoan lady - 2200 - 1600 BCE

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DURING the December Solstice, the Religion of Antinous commemorates the magical day in the year 128 AD when Antinous and Hadrian vis.

Knossos Reconstructed by Andonis Katanos

Artist's reconstitution of Knossos palace complex, Minoan civilization, Crete

Pictures of The Palace of Knossos north Propyleum, Greece, By award winning photographer Paul Williams to download

Arthur Evans reconstruction of the Nouth Propylaeum Knossos Minoan archaeological site, Crete

Minoan Bull's Head Rhyton, ca. 1450 B.C. from the Little Palace of Knossos, Crete

Minoan Bull's Head Rhyton, ca. 1450 B. from the Little Palace of Knossos, Crete, Greece. The palace of Knossos was undoubtedly the ceremonial and political centre of the Minoan civilization and culture.

Lambrys Minoan doubleheaded bronze axes originaly from Crete Greece one of the oldest cymbols of Greek civilization

Lambrys Minoan doubleheaded bronze axes originaly from Crete Greece one of the oldest symbols of Greek civilization

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