THE DAY I SNEAKED INTO THE MINOAN PALACE

The Bronze Age in Greece started around 2.700 BC with the Minoan civilization on Crete. In their capital Knossos, they had built a large palace of which remains still exist today. It included a throne room, a ceremonial court, storage magazines and many other rooms.


Unfortunately, we know little about their religion, since their writing is not yet deciphered. We do have interesting artwork, which will be the topic of the next post.



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