Minoans: Life in Bronze Age Crete
Routledge, 01/01/1990 - 210 páginas
Since their rediscovery in the early 1900s, Minoans have been defined by a series of cultural traits: elegance, gracefulness and sophistication, lovers of nature, in harmony with their neighbors. But how far does the later work of archaeologists support this view? Castleden uses the results of recent research to produce a comprehensive view of the peoples of Minoan Crete. Illustrations.
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In this companion to The Knossos Labyrinth (Routledge, 1990), Castleden gives us an outline of the Minoan culture that, he alleges, is more consistent with recent archaeological evidence: that Knossos ... Ler crítica na íntegra
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Excellent, evenhanded, purposefully unromanticised, and still the definitive book on the Minoans. Ler crítica na íntegra