Cyclades


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Synonyms for Cyclades

the Bronze Age civilization on the Cyclades islands in the southern Aegean Sea that flourished 3000-1100 BC

a group of over 200 islands in the southern Aegean

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School Committee Primary Schools, the School Committee Secondary Education School Units and the Public Benefit Corporation of the Municipality of Naxos and Small Cyclades in Municipal Units Naxos Drymalia.
In the aftermath of An island archaeology of the early Cyclades, Broodbank became a fixture at symposia on global island archaeology, and rightfully so.
If you want to party all day in the Cyclades, all you have to do is catch a 45-minute ferry to get to Mykonos.
If you love hiking then snap up an early offer in the Greek Cyclades.
Delos is both the site of the cave of Apollo and the island around which the Cyclades lie in an oval form
Surrounded by the sea, the Cyclades, the channel to Mykonos, little
The mainland leads the way accounting for 58% of bookings, the Ionian Islands come second with 18% and the Cyclades third at 17%.
The topics include the paradox of early voyaging in the Mediterranean and the slowness of the Neolithic transition between Cyprus and Italy, maritime politics and consuming bodies in the early Cyclades, funerary customs and maritime activity in Early Bronze Age Crete, neopalatial seascapes in context, Aegean imports in Late Bronze Age non-mortuary contexts in Cyprus, and overseas migrations at the end of the Late Bronze Age in the Aegean and the eastern Mediterranean.
The latest evolution of CYCLADES, allows supervision of all types of machines (cycled & non-cycled, manual assembly) and demonstrates Cyclades efficiency not only for the plastic injection moulding industry but also for discrete components production in general.
2009 Ageri, Regional wine of Cyclades, Santo Wines, abv12%
The poll was topped by Greece's Cyclades, a chain of 220 islands that includes Mykonos.
After an introduction and regional overview, 12 studies look at such aspects as the structural evolution of Andros in the Greek Cyclades as a key to the behavior of a flat detachment within an extending continental crust, geodetic constraints on kinematics of southwestern Bulgaria and GPS and leveling data, and late Quaternary sedimentation and tectonics in the submarine Sarkoy Canyon in the western Marmara Sea off Turkey.
But "Regional Greek Cooking", a compilation of authentic Greek recipes by the husband and wife team of Dean and Catherine Karayanis clearly demonstrates that Greek cuisine has a breadth, depth, and diversity that reflects centuries of culinary influences from around the Mediterranean, including key regions of mainland Greece; the Saronic, Ionian, Cyclades, Dodecanese, Aegean, and Sporades islands; Asia Minor, and Cypress.
Other islands on the cruise timetable were Amorgos, where we travelled by bus to the top of a hill so we could see for miles, Serifos, the small resort of Folegandros, which is largely untouched by tourism, and Naxos, the largest island in the Cyclades.