publication . Article . 1902

The Mycenæan Discoveries in Crete

H. R. Hall;
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  • Published: 20 Nov 1902
FOR several years past the attention of archaeologists has been directed more and more to Crete. The reasons for this access of interest in the antiquities of the great Mediterranean island have already been explained in the two articles on the “Older Civilisation of Greece,” which appeared in NATURE, vol. lxiv. p. n, and vol. lxvi. p. 390. In Crete, revelations of the older culture of the Greek lands are now being made at a very rapid rate, and it is to Mr. Arthur Evans that the palm for these revelations must be awarded. Through many years of greater or less success he has explored the byways of Crete, convinced that the great island would eventually yield res...
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