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The Law Code of Gortyna
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The Law Code of Gortyna
The Great Inscription also known as the 'Queen of Inscriptions', or the 'Twelve Columns or Deltoi', includes the Law Code of the large ancient city Gortyn and is unanimously regarded as the greatest contribution of Classical Crete to Ancient Greek civilization.
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Gortys Archaeology Gortyna Ancient Odeum Gortyna Gortyn Law Code

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Portrait of Trajan - Lyttos
Portrait of Roman emperor Trajan from ancient Lyttos. Roman Period (2nd cent. A.D.)
Heraklion Archaeological museum
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Kasteli Area Dorian Roman Ancient City Lyttos Findings Heraklion Museum

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The Sarcophagus from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)
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Iraklion, The lions Sq. - Morozini fountain
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The Harvesters Vase from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)
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The Boxers Vase from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)
A steatite vase with relief scenes of boxing and bull leaping in front of porticos with columns that are represented in four successive bands. The figures are depicted with power and realism, in stances and dress that are remniscent of modern boxing.
Neopalatial period (1500 - 1450 BC)
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Minoan Findings Heraklion Museum Agia Triada

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Gold jewels from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)
A pendant in the form of a seated lion and three bulls' heads appendages of a necklace. Early Postpalatial Period (1450 - 1350 BC)
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Minoan Findings Heraklion Museum Agia Triada

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Bronze figurines of wild goats, from Agia Triada (Heraklion Museum)

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