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The Seals from the Minoan Site of Chryssi Island: Local, Regional, and Global Implications
Five seals come from a Minoan site on the island of Chryssi, just off the southeastern coast of Crete. Four of these seals are sealstones, and one is the bezel of a metal seal ring. These seals are important as individual objects to allow for a deeper understanding of the people that inhabited Chryssi Island during the Bronze Age, but a further understanding of the site itself is also garnered by expanding the focus to include all of the seals of Crete. By doing so, this study allows for thedoi:10.34944/dspace/3508 fatcat:ut5kgofebne75lu4mokgh7aqwq