Bronze Age Trade; from the Indus, through Bactria, Elam, Mesopotamia and the Near East, into the Aegean — Novo Scriptorium

In this post you will read about indirect, but apparent proof that the Bronze Age world was much more globalised than previously thought. by Tracie McKinney & Marie Nicole Pareja Cummings The blue monkeys painted on the walls of Akrotiri on the Greek island of Santorini are among many animals found in the frescoes of this […]

Bronze Age Trade; from the Indus, through Bactria, Elam, Mesopotamia and the Near East, into the Aegean — Novo Scriptorium

Greek Origins — scienceandartblog

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The first signs of human civilisation in Europe are from Thera, on the Aegean island of Akrotiri, now called Santorini. Excavations have revealed early Minoan settlements and a golden ibis, remains from a catastrophic volcanic eruption there, now dated as 1590BC. Some say that Plato’s description of Atlantis was based on this eruption. […]

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