The moment when Minoans became comfortable enough with their environment that they felt in control of it can be pinpointed to the beginning of the Neopalatial period (MM III or ca. 1700 BCE). By that time Minoan art registers few tensions between people and the world of nature.
"The 'World of People': Nature and Narrative in Minoan Art." PHYSIS. L’environnement naturel et la relation homme-milieu dans le monde égéen protohistorique. Aegaeum 37. Eds. Gilles Touchais, Robert Laffineur, and Françoise Rougemont. Liège and Austin: Université de Liège and the Program in Aegean Prehistory and Scripts, University of Texas, 2014, 211-215. Print.
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