Evidence for religion of the minoan.
Archaeological and architectural evidence, including frescoes, shrines, statues, pillars and column have contributed significantly to our understanding of Minoan religion. However, much of the evidence is missing or incomplete and thus, the knowledge of Minoan religion is limited. Nonetheless, historians have been able to develop an understanding of some aspects of Minoan religion through a variety of archaeological and architectural evidence such as the Aghia Triadha sarcophagus, cult furniture, seals, statues, skeletons, frescoes and pillars and columns.
Bronze Age societies held a commo…
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