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Title: Determinisme climàtic: Impacte sobre l'ésser humà i el seu hàbitat de l'erupció volcànica en l'illa de Thera a l'Edat de Bronze
Author: Domingo i Solà, Gerard
Director: Mateu Sagués, Marta
Tutor: Sierra Martín, César
Keywords: myths
volcanic eruptions
Minoan culture
Issue Date: 24-Jan-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: A volcanic eruption is a phenomenon that leaves no one indifferent. The late Bronze Age population, living near the Cyclades and by extension in the whole Eastern Mediterranean, experienced an explosion of considerable magnitude. The work presents different perspectives to explain the generation of this phenomenon and the difficulty in finding past evidences to characterize the explosion and evaluate precisely the impact on the environment and people. The discovery of a city under the ashes of the volcano (Akrotiri) has allowed us to better understand the structure of an advanced late Bronze society. Also, the possible connection between this fact and the myths (particularly Atlantis), provides another way to analyze how this phenomenon was perceived. Finally, the impact on Minoan Culture was significant and perhaps decisive for its decline.
Language: Catalan
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