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The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion and Its Survival in
The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion and Its Survival in

The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion and Its Survival in Greek Religion. Martin Nilsson

The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion and Its Survival in Greek Religion
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The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion and Its Survival in Greek Religion Martin Nilsson
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Monumental evidence at Mycenaean and Minoan sites helped to explain many of the questions about Homer's epics and provided archaeological proofs of many of the mythological details about gods and heroes. As for the non-Semitic language, it's probably the same non-Semitic, non-IE language which underlies Linear A -- although it would be marvelous if it turned out to be Greek! All this spiritual hocus-pocus ? Posted by: Paul D at March 18, 2007 11:31 PM. The Greek religion, very flexible, could assimilate elements coming from the people autochtones of the Greek peninsula or Minoan civilization. Even the famous Mycenaeans, heroes of the Greek Trojan War, took up the Minoan way of war – adopting its weaponry, practices and ideologies. It is known that the ancient Greeks and probably their predecessors, the Mycenaeans and Minoans, hugged the shoreline when traveling by ship and tried their best not to lose sight of land. Of course, as we saw, these religions were instrumental in crafting many of these traits, but it's not like these traits would suddenly go away if believers were to hypothetically abandon their religion (honor killings exist among Arab Christians, We see something like this after the Indo-Europeanization of Bronze Age Greece. Ideologies of war are shown to have permeated religion, art, industry, politics and trade, and the social practices surrounding martial traditions were demonstrably a structural part of how this society evolved and how they saw themselves.” Fresco of bull-leaping from Knossos : Wiki Commons. )If the Greeks had been constantly confined to the indoors because of frequent snowstorms, their civilization would likely have taken a different course.) In the upper left corner of the flag is a cross that symbolizes the Greek Orthodox religion. The palace had many storeys, it was built of ashlars blocks and its walls were decorated with splendid frescoes, mostly representing religious ceremonies. The Minoans of Crete seemed to have a fundamentally different sort of beliefs than the much more aggressive Mycenaeans who appeared later. Modern scholars referred to the myths and studied them in an attempt to shed light on the religious and political institutions of ancient Greece and, in general, on the ancient Greek civilization. Minoan Crete; Mycenaean Greece; The Mycenaeans in literature: The Iliad and The Odyssey; The Greek Dark Age: Tough Times in Ancient Greece; More about Homer: why the ancient Greeks loved him so much; The . Their own cult and ritual practices. Manchu was already under pressure from Chinese in the generation before the Qing conquest, from what I understand; its survival until 1911 was about like the survival of Latin in Europe, sans religious aspects. This business of religion all about ? The large features characteristic of the religion and mythology Greek - for example anthropomorphism of its gods - go up at the time Mycenaean (towards 1580-1100 av. In the countryside, the local pertaining to worship practices will survive, by taking a quasi Christian form sometimes.

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