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TAG: Crete

  • Features January/February 2024

    In the Time of the Copper Kings

    Some 3,500 years ago, prosperous merchants on Cyprus controlled the world’s most valuable commodity

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  • Digs & Discoveries May/June 2023

    More Images From Digs & Discoveries

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  • Digs & Discoveries November/December 2022

    Cretan Antiquing

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    (Courtesy EFA, after Gaignerot-Driessen et al. 2020 fig. 26, ph. C. Papanikolopoulos (2), Courtesy EFA, after Gaignerot-Driessen et al. 2020 fig. 26, ph. M. Anastasiadou)
  • Off the Grid July/August 2021

    Zakros, Greece

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    (Courtesy D. Matthew Buell)
  • Top 10 Discoveries of the Decade January/February 2021

    Grave of the “Griffin Warrior”

    Pylos, Greece, 2015

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    (griffinwarrior.org, Jeff Vanderpool/ Courtesy of the Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati)
  • Digs & Discoveries January/February 2020

    Cretan Coastal Rites

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    (©EBSA, N. Kress)
  • Features September/October 2019

    World of the Griffin Warrior

    A single grave and its extraordinary contents are changing the way archaeologists view two great ancient Greek cultures

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    (griffinwarrior.org, Jeff Vanderpool/Courtesy of the Department of Classics, University of Cincinnati)
  • Digs & Discoveries September/October 2018

    Breaking the Mold

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    (Courtesy Anagnostis Pan. Agelarakis)
  • Features May/June 2015

    The Minoans of Crete

    More than 100 years after it was first discovered, the town of Gournia is once again redefining the island's past

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    (Jarrett A. Lobell)
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