Minoan civilization

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Noun1.Minoan civilization - the bronze-age culture of Crete that flourished 3000-1100 BCMinoan civilization - the bronze-age culture of Crete that flourished 3000-1100 BC
culture, civilisation, civilization - a particular society at a particular time and place; "early Mayan civilization"
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The Minoa Fire Department will receive $50,720 in federal funds to purchase a new vehicle exhaust extraction system.
He made full use of his time at the College of Tropical Agriculture and Human Resources of the University of Hawaii Minoa.
It is the Pine Grove Middle School Library iStaff in the East Syracuse Minoa School District in New York.
And Evans was still controlling the inscriptions from beyond the grave: no one else could publish them until his Scripta Minoa II came out.
powerful they were," said Al Smith, a mail carrier from Minoa.
She is cynical of claims that Minoa was a matriarchal culture, believing this may be the wishful thinking of feminists searching for matriarchal roots.
The Philistines were a warlike, sea people whose origins may have been Minoa, an island off Greece, and who lived on the southern coast of Israel, far from Judea and Samaria, during the time of the Bible after their attack on Egypt failed.
Otras ciudades como Megara Hiblea y Heraclea Minoa, sobre las que las fuentes tambien se muestran silentes, parecen igualmente haber sido susceptibles de recolonizacion, pues si bien la primera no da restos materiales anteriores a Agatocles, si contamos con acunaciones de epoca timoleontea que hacen pensar que se vio afectada, en tanto que la segunda presenta una intensa actividad constructiva que las monedas asociadas llevan a epoca timoleontea y que coincide con el cambio desde la esfera de influencia punica a la siracusana en virtud del tratado del Halico (32).