Knossos: New Excavations and Discoveries

Warren, Peter
July 1984
Archaeology;Jul/Aug84, Vol. 37 Issue 4, p48
Highlights the latest archaeological excavations and discoveries at the site of the extinct city of Knossos as of 1984. Spiral decorated spouted jugs; Remains of two children; Background on the Minoan civilization inhabiting the city.


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