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 Carbon-14 dating shows Knossos, which is the earliest recorded settlement on Crete, to have been founded around 6100 BC, coeval with early levels at Catal Huyuk. The presence at base level of sheep, goat, cattle, and pig, as well as the most advanced grains of the day, has led archaeologists to conclude that the founders of Knossos arrived by sea with already domesticated animals and crops. (115)

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