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        StatementAarhus University Press
        PublishersAarhus University Press
        LC Classifications2009
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        Paginationxvi, 77 p. :
        Number of Pages69
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        ISBN 108779342922
        2Monographs of the Danish Institute at Athens -- 8

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Catling, Some Problems in Aegean Prehistory, Minoans In The Central. "Recent developments in the archaeology of Minoan Crete".Krete-Aigyptos: Politismikoi desmoi trion chilietion Athens 2000 128-149. The Minoans and the Mycenaeans: Aegean Society in the Bronze Age. Sakellarakis, Archanes Athens 1991 67-85, 128-134. the Theseus mythor alternatively a coalition of such princes; b a rebellious Minoan subject population fed up with subservience to its Mycenaean overlords.

," Pepragmena tou E' Diethnous Kretologikou Synedriou Heraklion 1985 170-178. Still further to the northeast, just to the east of the southern of two EM tholoi on the northern margins of the site, two chamber tombs built above ground and featuring unusually thick walls were constructed side by side.

"Minoan Metalworking in the Postpalatial Period: A Deposit of Metallurgical Debris from Palaikastro". Schoep, "The Stylus and the Sword. La valle di Amari fra Bronzo e Ferro [ Incunabula Graeca 96] Rome 1994. Boyd had also found a clay disk called a roundel bearing a short inscription in the Linear A script. Reynolds, "The Maritime Character of Minoan Civilization," The American Neptune 56 1996 315-351.

or in the brief period when a functioning palace existed only at Knossos under the domination of what most feel was a Mainland Greek dynasty or overlordship ca. The remaining evidence for the presence of Mycenaeans on Crete from ca. By the end of the Second Palace Period, Minoan burial was dominated by two forms: circular tombs tholoi in southern Crete and house tombs in the north and the east.


Similar LM IIIA tombs with many of the same traits have been found at Katsamba on the coast north of Knossos, possibly the harbor town which served the palaceArchanes in a tholos tomb of Mycenaean type furnished with a side chamber containing the rich, intact burial of a "Mycenaean princess"; note also a grave enclosure filled with shaft graves marked by steles, all the tombs within which had unfortunately been robbedand Phaistos the chamber tombs of the Kalyvia cemetery, especially Tomba dei Nobili no.

Per un'analisi contestuale," Creta Antica 5 2004 107-135. Godart, "La scrittura lineare A," PdP 31 1976 30-47. Costume [ ] Figures from the. Mee, "Anatolia and the Aegean in the Late Bronze Age," in Minoans In The Central. The neo-palatial site of is located within 100 meters of the modern shoreline in a bay. Petruso, Systems of Weight in the Bronze Age Aegean Ph. These burials have most frequently been interpreted as those of an intrusive Mycenaean military caste which suddenly appeared on Crete, for the most part around Knossos, in the aftermath of the LM IB destruction horizon and which disappeared equally abruptly after the destruction of Knossos early in LM IIIA2.

Thousands of years before Evans discovered the first evidence of the Minoans, Crete had long been known as the subject of myth and legend.