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The Great entrance of the Minoan Palace of Knossos  & the  stone bridge Crete

The Great entrance of the Minoan Palace of Knossos & the stone bridge Crete

#Minoan #tripod #cauldron #cooking #vessel Click to ENLARGE

An Archaeologist’s Thoroughly Researched Translation of Pylos Py Tablet 641-1952 (Ventris)

Tripod in color and b&w

Reconstruction of the Palace at Gournia. The Palace was build c. 1600 BCE, it was small, less than a tenth the size of the palace of Knossos. Destroyed c. 1400 BCE, when the other palaces were destroyed in Crete.

Reconstruction of the Palace at Gournia. 1600 BCE, it was small, less than a tenth the size of the palace of Knossos. Destroyed c. 1400 BCE, when the other palaces were destroyed in Crete.

Minoan Linear A tablet 9675, A.Y. Nickolaus Museum, Crete, with the distinct…

Minoan Linear A tablet 9675, A.Y. Nickolaus Museum, Crete, with the distinct possibility of gold mentioned in its text

Minoan Linear A tablet A. Nickolaus Museum, Crete, with the distinct possibility of gold mentioned in its text

Artist's impression of the interior of the double axes room at the Palace of Knossos

Double Axes room at the Palace of Knossos : Artist impression of the interiors in the room of Double Axes : Dilos Holiday World

A Map of the Cycladic World, the Minoan Civilization & the Mycenaean Empire & a…

A Map of the Cycladic World, the Minoan Civilization & the Mycenaean Empire & a Quiz?

Linear A KH 10 akipiete = shared plot of land Linear B ktonia

Minoan Linear A tablet KH 10 (Khania/Chania) & akipiete = Mycenaean Linear B kekemena = “common, shared, allotted”

Linear A KH 10 akipiete = shared plot of land Linear B ktonia

Ancient tablets, South Bulgaria written in the oldest European script, nearly 7,000 years old, and bear the ancient script of the Cretan (Minoan) civilization, known as Linear A script, which dates back to XV-XIV century B.C..

Ancient tablets, South Bulgaria bear the ancient linear A script of the Cretan (Minoan) civilization, which dates back to XV-XIV century B.

Role of Knossos in the Trojan War according to Homer

Ripley’s Believe it or not! The telling contribution of the Minoans & of the great metropolis of Knossos to the Trojan War according to Homer. Iliad II, “The Catalogue of Ships” – lines 615-652

The telling contribution of the Minoans & of the great metropolis of Knossos to the Trojan War according to Homer. Iliad II, “The Catalogue of Ships” – lines

#knossos #palace #ancient #BronzeAge Click  to ENLARGE

Composite of the Ancient Palace of Knossos (ca. 1450 BCE)

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