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Ancient Crete: Minoan Civilization History Workbook - Free to print (PDF file) for high school World History students.
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This student-friendly workbook is part of our World History Workbook Series. "Ancient Crete: Minoan Civilization" focuses on the culture of Crete under the legendary King Minos. Included are Crete's history and economy, as well as the legend of the minotaur and the development of our own alphabet. This eight-page history workbook is designed for use by high school students. Click here to print.
Answer Key:
  1. Answers will vary, and can include any sort of physical objects that are unlikely to biodegrade in 500 years
  2. Answers will vary
  3. Sir Arthur Evans
  4. Answers will vary, but should include things such as good harbors
  5. The same as, or nearly the same as
  6. Athens
  7. Answers will vary, but might include Rhodes, Limnos, Samos, Chios, and Kos
  8. Turkey
  9. Ionian Sea (Mediterranean Sea might also be acceptable)
  10. Answers will vary, but might include the United States or Great Britain
  11. 25th century BCE
  12. First century BCE
  13. Fifth century CE
  14. 11th century CE
  15. 20th century CE
  16. 14th century BCE (1400-1301 BCE)
  17. Boxing, dancing, and running, and possible bull-jumping
  18. Wall painting
  19. Answers will vary
  20. (Boxes 1, 2, and 3) Answers will vary
  21. Daedalus and his son, Icarus
  22. He unrolled a piece of string as he entered the labyrinth, and followed it to find his way back out
  23. King Aegeus killed himself by leaping into it
  24. Answers will vary
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