The palace of Minos : a comparative account of the successive stages of the early Cretan civilization as illustrated by the discoveries at Knossos 4,2. Camp-stool Fresco, long-robed priests and beneficent genii ; Chryselephantine Boy-God and ritual hair-offering ; Intaglio Types, M.M. III - L. M. II, late hoards of sealings, deposits of inscribed tablets and the palace stores ; Linear Script B and its mainland extension, Closing Palatial Phase ; Room of Throne and final catastrophe.
|1. Verfasser:||Evans, Arthur, Sir, 1851-1941.|
XVI, p. 379-1018 : Ill. (= Pl. XXXI-LXIX, fig. 316-966), Kt. + 3 Beil. ; 26 cm.