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The natural theory says that a volcanic eruption on Island of Thera in 1645 BC caused an earthquake, tidal waves, and volcanic ash that crippled ancient cities, ruined crops, caused famine and political unrest.


In 1450 B.C. the Minoan civilization suddenly collapsed, some historians think undersea earthquakes caused giant waves that washed away the Minoans' cities. Others think the cities were destroyed by a group from mainland Greece named Mycenaeans.


Mesopotamian's-influenced Minoan Trade Phoenicians- influenced Minoan ships Minoans influenced the Mycenaean's-ART, Architecture,Trade, Language,Religion EXCEPT MYCENAEAN's ARE MORE WARLIKE THEN MINOANS, Mycenaean's are close to Sparta and that's why Spartans were also more war-like.


Even though the soil was rocky and dry, farmers had a large amount of land and used crop rotation. Historians don't know who came up with crop rotation first, the Minoans or Sumerians. they used cross pollination to produce better crops that were prized throughout the world.


Ancient Greece: Minoans and Mycenaeans study guide by dzeng0215 includes 31 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.


Minoans study guide by showstopper26 includes 15 questions covering vocabulary, terms and more. Quizlet flashcards, activities and games help you improve your grades.


Early Minoan ceramics were characterized by patterns of spirals, triangles, curved lines, crosses, fish bones, and beak-spouts. During the Middle Minoan period, naturalistic designs (such as fish, squid, birds and lilies) were common. In the Late Minoan period, flowers and animals were still characteristic but more variety existed.


The Mycenaean civilization transpired during the late Bronze Age or the late Helladic period around 1600 B.C. Excavations at Mycenae were undertaken by Heinrich Schliemann only to be found that during this period, the Helladic culture in mainland Greece was altered though the influence from the Minoans in Crete, and the collapse of this civilization was brought about by the Dorian invasion ...


Minoan civilization emerged around 2000 BCE, and lasted until 1400 BCE. It was located on the island of Crete, which is now a part of Greece. The Minoans were famous for the magnificent palaces they built, above all at Knossos. There was, if fact, never a people who called themselves the “Minoans”.


The Minoans were best-known for architecture and seafaring. The correct options among all the options that are given in the question are option "b" and option "d". The other options can be negated. I hope that this is the answer that you were looking for and it has come to your great help.