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Knossos - The fresco of the Procession
The fresco of the procession, representing groups of men and women in processional array, carrying precious obcects. A fragment of the magnificent painting that decorated the walls of the "Processional Corridor" from the west Court to the Great Propylaeum of the palace at Knossos. - Neopalatial Period (1500 - 1450 BC) - Heraklion Museum
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Archaeological Sites Findings Heraklion Museum Fresco Processional Causeway

Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - West Porch
A roofed area opening onto the West Court. The east wall was decorated with a bull-leaping fresco. From here began the long "Corridor of the Procession".
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Archaeological Sites West Porch

Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - The Corridor of the Procession
The "Corridor of the Procession", according to Evans, initially led to the "South Propylaeum" and continued on to the Central Court.
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Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - The great staircase
The staircase that leads to the west wing upper halls - Piano Nobile - from the central court of the palace at Knossos.
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Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - The Piano Nobile
Accessing the west wing upper halls from the south Propylaeum. Knossos Palace.
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Archaeological Sites Piano Nobile

Credits: Demosthenis
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Knossos - West wing Upper Halls
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Knossos - West Magazines
Looking down, you can see the start of the corridor that joins eightenn long and narrow storerooms, covering an area of 1300 sq.m.
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Knossos Archaeology Minoan Archaeological Sites West Magazines

Credits: Demosthenis

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