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Apr 18, 2016
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During the International Bronze Age two distinctive civilizations appeared on the eastern Mediterranean and left magnetic bracelets significant mark on history. They are known in history as the Minoans and Mycenaeans. Both were pretty dynamic for their time. The Minoans called the island magnetic bracelet Crete home while the Mycenaeans resided on mainland Greece. Neodymium would evolve over time with overlap occurring between the two cultures. Neodymium article takes magnetic bracelets look magnetic sweepers the political contrasts magnetic bracelet the Minoan and Mycenaean civilizations.
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Minoan Bronze Bull
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Photo description by author ” Neodymium Minoan bronze bull is dated neodymium disc magnets 1300-1200BC, and was discovered on the island Crete”