Cultura Minoa fuit cultura aetatis aeneae in insula Creta nata, quae a saeculo fere XXVII usque ad saeculum XV a.C.n. floruit.[1] Initio saeculi XX ab Arthuro Evans, archaeologo Anglico, reperta est.

Tabula Cretae Minoae
Discus Phaestius

Loci archaeologici praecipui



  • Borgna, Elisabetta (2004) Aegean Feasting: A Minoan Perspective. Hesperia 73: 247-279 JSTOR
  • Kostas S. Christakis, "Pithoi and Food Storage in Neopalatial Crete: A Domestic Perspective" in World Archaeology vol. 31 (1999) pp. 1-20 JSTOR
  • Colburn, Cynthia S. (2008) Exotica and the Early Minoan Elite: Eastern Imports in Prepalatial Crete. American Journal of Archaeology 112: 203-224 JSTOR
  • Evans, A. J. (1951) Scripta Minoa. The written documents of Minoan Crete with special reference to the archives of Knossos, II : The archives of Knossos, clay tablets inscribed in linear script B ed. J. Myres. Oxonii: Clarendon Press
  • R. Hägg, ed., The Function of the Minoan Country Villas. Stockholmiae: Astrom, 1997
  • Hamilakis, Y. (1996) Wine, oil and the dialectics of power in Bronze Age Crete: a review of the evidence. Oxford Journal of Archaeology 15: 1-32
  • L. A. Hitchcock, "Engendering domination: a structural and contextual analysis of Minoan Neopalatial bronze figurines" in J. Moore, E. Scott, edd., Invisible People and Processes: Writing Gender and Childhood into European Archaeology (Londinii: Leicester University Press, 1997) pp. 113–130
  • J. C. Wright, "Empty Cups and Empty Jugs: the Social Role of Wine in Minoan and Mycenaean Societies" in P. E. McGovern, S. J. Fleming, S. H. Katz, edd., The Origins and History of Wine (Philadelphiae: Gordon and Breach, 1996) pp. 287–309

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