Definition of Minos, Palace of in English:

Minos, Palace of

Line breaks: Pal¦ace of Minos
A complex of buildings excavated and reconstructed by Sir Arthur Evans at Knossos in Crete, which yielded local coins portraying the labyrinth as the city’s symbol and a Linear B religious tablet which refers to the ‘lady of the labyrinth’.

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