The Symbology of the Bull Within the Minoan Civilization, Those Who Built the City of Petra, the Most Valuable Trade Between Africa and Persia, Torrential Rains Flooding in Petra and the Systems Designed to Control This, the Mayan Written Glyph, and the Mayans Shared Language and Disparate Political Views

In Minoan civilization, the bull was the symbol of the political power of the Knossian ruler. Petra, Jordan was built by the Nabataeans, nomadic Arabs who hearded camels and lived in tents when they first arrived in the 4th century BCE. The most precious trade between Africa and Persia was frankincense and myrrh, which is essentially dried tree resin. These incense needed to be moved across large deserts to be sold in markets and no one knew the deserts better than the Nabataeans, so their cultu...

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