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Fri Mar 21 17:05:00 2014 UTClccn-n800804360.06The Palace of Minos at Knossos0.440.95Arthur Evans's travels in Crete, 1894-1899 /14778694Arthur_Evansn 80080436461735A. E.A. E. [a]Evans, Arthur.Evans, Arthur, 1851-1941Evans, Arthur j.Evans, Arthur J., 1851-1941Evans, Arthur J. (Arthur John), Sir, 1851-1941Evans, Arthur J., Sir, 1851-1941Evans, Arthur JohnEvans, Arthur John 1851-1941Evans, Arthur John, Sir, 1851-1941Evans, Artur Dž.Evans, John 1851-1941Evans, Sir ArthurEvans, Sir Arthur JohnSir Arthur Evansエヴァンスnc-palace of knossos knossosPalace of Knossos (Knossos)lccn-n50010868Evans, Joan1893-1977lccn-n50001384Schliemann, Heinrich1822-1890lccn-n80072538Horwitz, Sylvia L.lccn-no2013051118Kober, Alice1906-1950lccn-n84040328Ventris, Michaellccn-n2007030043Fox, Margalitlccn-n85352761Stefoff, Rebecca1951-lccn-n82256170Scarre, Christopherlccn-n86042835MacGillivray, J. A.Evans, ArthurSir1851-1941HistoryBiographyConference proceedingsCatalogsJuvenile worksDiariesEvans, Arthur,--Sir,AntiquitiesGreece--CreteGreeceExcavations (Archaeology)Greece--Knossos (Extinct city)MinoansPalace of Knossos (Knossos)ArchaeologistsGreat BritainCivilization, MycenaeanInscriptions, Linear BCivilizationVentris, MichaelArchaeology and artMinoans--Funeral customs and ritesModernism (Aesthetics)Archaeology--Political aspectsWomen linguistsGreece--Mycenae (Extinct city)Schliemann, Heinrich,Turkey--Troy (Extinct city)Archaeologists--AttitudesTravelEurope--Knossos (Extinct city)Picture-writingAnthropologyClassical philologyInscriptions, Linear ABosnia and HercegovinaEurope--Mycenae (Extinct city)Evans familyInscriptionsArchaeologyReligionWorld War (1939-1945)Rebellion of 1875 (Bosnia and Hercegovina)EnglandAshmolean MuseumMuseum directorsGemsBronze ageMural painting and decoration, MinoanEurope--Aegean Sea RegionTree worshipBalkan PeninsulaBritishCivilization, SlavicEastern question (Balkan)Europe--Illyria18511941187118731874187618771878188218831884188618871888188918901891189218931894189518961897189819001901190219031904190519061908190919101911191219131914191519161917191919201921192219231924192519261927192819291930193119321933193419351936193719381941194219431950195119521954195519581960196119621963196419651966196719681969197119721973197419751976198119821983198419851987198919911992199319941995199619971999200020012003200420052006200720082009201020112012201314947373943939.18DF221.C8ocn457390023ocn459433302ocn419249124ocn862277496ocn862257687ocn862365749ocn458643135ocn855552002ocn855549960ocn798981393ocn760926283ocn405502601ocn24770899579547ocn003536093book19030.66Evans, ArthurThe palace of Minos; a comparative account of the successive stages of the early Cretan civilization as illustrated by the discoveries at Knossos51311ocn000832467book19080.70Marett, R. RAnthropology and the classics; six lectures delivered before the University of OxfordHistory33926ocn000156786book18760.70Evans, ArthurThrough Bosnia and the Herzegóvina on foot during the insurrection, August and September 1875HistoryReisebeschreibung, Großbritannien u. Bosnien, 19. Jahrhundert3305ocn001458186book19630.73Palmer, Leonard RobertOn the Knossos tablets: The find-places of the Knossos tablets3042ocn010726824book19840.32Cottrell, LeonardThe bull of Minos : the discoveries of Schliemann and Evans2678ocn007637903book19360.73Evans, ArthurIndex to The palace of Minos23816ocn002587283book19090.81Evans, ArthurScripta Minoa, the written documents of Minoan Crete, with special reference to the archives of Knossos1952ocn000644042book19610.20Honour, AlanSecrets of Minos; Sir Arthur Evans' discoveries at Crete17010ocn000288302book19670.84Evans, ArthurKnossos fresco atlas15512ocn011841116book19610.84Brice, William CInscriptions in the Minoan linear script of class A1428ocn003565692book19290.81Evans, ArthurThe shaft graves and bee-hive tombs of Mycenae and their interrelation1222ocn057502317book20040.90Hatzaki, EleniKnossos : palace, city, state : proceedings of the conference in Herakleion organised by the British School at Athens and the 23rd Ephoreia of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities of Herakleion, in November 2000, for the Centenary of Sir Arthur Evan's excavations at KnossosConference proceedings+-+109233954511922ocn001212964book19010.73Evans, ArthurThe Mycenaean tree and pillar cult and its Mediterranean relations : with illustrations from recent Cretan finds1129ocn000522565book19310.79Evans, ArthurThe earlier religion of Greece in the light of Cretan discoveries954ocn830949080file18780.88Evans, ArthurThe Slavs and European civilisation a lecture delivered at Sion College, Feb. 23, 18788912ocn002974837book19050.76Evans, ArthurThe prehistoric tombs of Knossos : the cemetery of Zafer Papoura : the royal tomb of Isopata832ocn001098170book19420.81Metropolitan Museum of Art (New York, N.Y.)Ancient gems, from the Evans and Beatty collectionsCatalogs829ocn064966429book20060.88Evans, ArthurAncient Illyria : an archaeological explorationHistory+-+72166609367010ocn004853390book18950.70Evans, ArthurCretan pictographs and prae-Phoenician script. With an account of a sepulchral deposit at Hagios Onuphrios near Phaestos in its relation primitive Cretan and Aegean culture6511ocn004298191book19250.76Evans, ArthurʻThe ring of Nestor;̓ a glimpse into the Minoan after-world, and a sepulchral treasure of gold signet-rings and bead-seals from Thisbê, Boeotia11044ocn006487755book19810.27Horwitz, Sylvia LThe find of a lifetime : Sir Arthur Evans and the discovery of KnossosBiography+-+06777679369075ocn841944772book20130.20Fox, MargalitThe riddle of the labyrinth : the quest to crack an ancient codeBiographyAn intellectual detective story follows the quest to unlock one of the great secrets of human history--the decipherment of Linear B, an unknown script from the Aegean Bronze Age9003ocn252616461com20030.06Scarre, ChristopherThe Palace of Minos at KnossosJuvenile worksDiscusses the ancient Minoan civilization of Knossos, Crete, as manifested by the excavations of that city by the archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans+-+67279604658808ocn043993063book20000.27MacGillivray, J. AMinotaur : Sir Arthur Evans and the archaeology of the Minoan mythHistoryBiography"Sir Arthur Evans was the archaeologist who, at an excavation in Knossos in 1900, discovered what he called the Palace of Minos and presented to the world his re-creation of Minoan civilization. This is the first full-scale biography of a very influential man - written by a scholar in the archaeology of Crete." "When Evans went to Greece, he wanted to verify the factual basis for the myths that meant the most to him. He found what he was looking for in Crete: he believed he had located the origin of "tree and pillar worship," at the heart of Teutonic mythology in Europe but somehow linked to an early cult of the Greek god Zeus." "Joseph Alexander MacGillivray shows that Evans's Minoans were perfect Victorians: a peaceful, literate, aesthetic, just society where wise men held political office and powerful women ruled people's hearts. Yet Knossos was not simply a lucky find, and MacGillivray shows Evans was a heroic figure struggling with many central themes concerning the origins of civilization. The author concludes with his own assessment of our current knowledge about ancient Crete."--BOOK JACKET+-+20858545358685ocn000969739book19740.28Wunderlich, Hans GeorgThe secret of CreteOffers an alternative hypothesis to accepted theories regarding Minoan civilization: claims the palace of Minos was not a center for courtly life but a necropolis--a city of the dead+-+56171775143248686ocn262429441book20090.47Gere, CathyKnossos and the prophets of modernismIn the spring of 1900, British archaeologist Arthur Evans began to excavate the palace of Knossos on Crete, bringing ancient Greek legends to life just as a new century dawned amid far-reaching questions about human history, art, and culture. Over the next three decades, Evans engaged in an unprecedented reconstruction project, creating a complex of concrete buildings on the site that owed at least as much to modernist architecture as they did to Bronze Age remains. In the process, he fired the imaginations of a whole generation of intellectuals and artists, whose work would drive movements as disparate as fascism and pacifism, feminism and psychoanalysis. With Knossos and the Prophets of Modernism, Cathy Gere relates the fascinating story of Evans' excavation and its long-term effects on Western culture. - Publisher+-+78043717757872ocn034467204book19960.35Fitton, J. LesleyThe discovery of the Greek Bronze AgeHistoryThe Classical Greeks sought their own origins in legends of gods and heroes. It was not until the discipline of archaeology emerged, in the nineteenth century, that the evidence of material culture could be used to form an image of the earliest societies in Greek lands. Only in the last 125 years have the Cycladic, Minoan and Mycenaean peoples been brought to light and an elaborate framework of dates, styles, periods and events constructed to enable us to understand the Aegean Bronze Age. Where have these 'facts' come from, and how accurately do they actually describe a remote period from which there is no written history?+-+K3366792154211ocn012133671book19850.06Ventura, PieroIn search of ancient CreteJuvenile worksDescribes the archaeological excavations on the island of Crete that revealed the remains of the legendary Minoan civilization which flourished from about 3000 to 1450 BC, when it was destroyed by the effects of a volcanic eruption3731ocn041185099book19990.06Caselli, GiovanniIn search of Knossos : the quest for the Minotaur's labyrinthHistoryJuvenile worksDescribes the discovery and excavation of Knossos by the archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans and what the site revealed about the Minoan civilization that flourished on the island of Crete from about 3000 to 1150 B.C+-+29901772353269ocn000979935book19430.66Evans, JoanTime and chance; the story of Arthur Evans and his forebears3115ocn001356867book19270.73Evans, ArthurEssays in Aegean archaeology presented to Sir Arthur Evans in honour of his 75th birthday2465ocn010467460book19830.70Brown, A. CArthur Evans and the Palace of Minos+-+474545554532420210ocn000829242book19730.32Powell, DilysThe Villa AriadneHistoryFiction+-+6118263336963ocn009515152book19830.90Harden, Donald BSir Arthur Evans, 1851-1941 : "a memoir"Biography872ocn030360142book19930.76Brown, A. CBefore Knossos -- : Arthur Evans's travels in the Balkans and CreteHistoryBiography+-+2475999036324762ocn049323512book20010.95Evans, ArthurArthur Evans's travels in Crete, 1894-1899HistoryBiographyDiaries753ocn001877230book19640.06Selden, GeorgeSir Arthur Evans : discoverer of KnossosJuvenile works731ocn027974317book19910.88Middleton, Sheila HoeyEngraved gems from Dalmatia : from the collections of Sir John Gardner Wilkinson and Sir Arthur Evans in Harrow School, at Oxford and elsewhereCatalogs+-+0681632945324671ocn042463871book19990.06Angeletti, RobertaThe Minotaur of KnossosJuvenile worksFictionRobbie falls asleep while reading about ancient Crete and when he wakes up, finds himself at the palace of Knossos and with the archaeologist who discovered it, Sir Arthur Evans. Includes factual information about the Minoan culture of ancient Crete+-+0200670465502ocn313645400book20090.32Cottrell, LeonardThe bull of Minos : the great discoveries of ancient Greece+-+3794660936+-+1092339545+-+1092339545Fri Mar 21 16:04:40 EDT 2014batch37296