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Comparison of thP CrPtan civilization with the Mycenean. Excursus II The Pay of Judges 1 In the text (p. , XVIII, 497 sq. These lines (497-508) are as follows: "The people were gathered in the market place; there a dispute had arisen and two men were disputing over the penalty to be paid for a man that had been slain; the one declared that he had paid all, making his declaration to the people, while the other denied that he had received anything, and both were eager to gain the judgment from the expert.
The question may properly be raised, why, when in 1912 I included in the publications of my Seminary a work dealing with Minoan public finance, I do not now devote a chapter to this subject. This question seems all the more natural owing to the fact that during the last few years new discoveries have been made, and, in particular, there have been published a large number of constructive studies dealing with the Minoan civilization; thus, within the year 1924 alone 1 those of G. Glotz, La civilisation egeenne (Paris), D.
Riis 'AKaOTJµ.. 'A()TJvwv, 1927, Vol. II, p. 432 ) show a lively intercourse, which the need of distributing the industrial products of these royal factories occasioned, as is proved by this later example of Thebes, which confirms earlier precedents in Crete. That there was also an overland trade with distant countries is indicated by the presence of amber from the Baltic Sea; this was plentiful in Greece but rare in Crete. (As to Thebes see Keramopoulos, IlpaKnd riis 'Apxaw;\.. 'ErnipElas, 1911, 1912, 1921.