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Useful Numbers PAGE 5 The Minotaur in Zagreb Wednesday 21st, February 2007 Classified Ads PAGE 2 EVENT PAGE 3 Goings on PAGE 4 This week, the Minotaur comes to the Capital thanks to the Greek Embassy in Zagreb. A lecture titled “Crete and the first european civilisation. Uncovering the Bronze Age Minoans” will take place on the 27th. A bit of a refresher Ancient Crete is most likely to be associated with the Minotaur. This man-bull creature lived and was confined to the “labyrinth”, constructed for King Minos by the architect Daedalus. Crete itself is considered as the craddle of European civilization. It is thought that Crete was inhabited from the 7th millennium BC onwards. The fall of Knossos (the Zagreb of Crete) took place circa 1400s BC. Superb palaces, houses, roads, paintings and sculptures remain. Crete in pop-culture, then and now. Many famous figures have been referring to Crete through the ages: Homer, Dante, Picasso… The Minotaur is even more popular, having been featured in Godzilla, Batman and Duck-tales. You can read an interview with Dr. Helena Thomas coordinator of the conference on page 6. Wahyd Vannoni Editor-in-Chief and Founder Marco Zanusso Graphics and layout This week in history: 1848 - Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels publish the Communist Manifesto.
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Events theater sport art dancing cinema event music 3 To place an ad send an email to email@example.com. Ads might be edited for length and clarity. Embassy of Greece Tel: 01-466 6830 Jurisciceva 1 Lecture: Crete and Civilization 18:30 The Croatian Music Institute Tel: 01-483 0822 Gunduliceva 6 Music: Friday in the Basement, Haydn, Mozart 18:00 The Croatian Music Institute Tel: 01-483 0822 Gunduliceva 6 Music: Concert by School Pupils 20:00 Croatian Football League Maksimir Stadium Football: Dinamo Zagreb - Hajduk 17:00 Britanski Trg Flea Market (Half of Sunday’s stalls) 10:00 Sat 24 20:00 19:30 20:00 07:00+ 10:00 19:30 19:30 21:00 19:00 10:00 10:00 www.zv.hr Zagreb Fair Sport and boat show Wed 21 www.zv.hr Zagreb Fair International fair of Gastronomy Italian Cultural Institute www.iiczagabria.esteri.it Free Entrance Preobraženska, 4 Music: Flute and Guitar Concert Jelana Mortigjija-Reiter performs music by Joaquin Rodrigo, Pujol, Machado, Di Marino and Vahl Thu 22 www.hnk.hr Tel: 01-482 8532 National Theater Trg Masala Tita 15 Music: P. Mascagni: Cavalleria Rusticana; R. Leoncavallo: Pagliacci Fri 23 Old Pharmacy Pub Hebrangova 11 Social Gathering: Drinks and Live band “Whatever” performing 70’s 80’s and 90’s music www.ifz.hr Mimara Museum Music: New Year’s Concert - Vanessa Wagner performs Shubert, Dusapin and Debussy Tue 27 Drama Studio for the Blind Tel: 481 0111 Draskoviceva 80 Theater: “Nos vamos a ver” Mon 26 The Croatian Music Institute Tel: 01-483 0822 Gunduliceva 6 Music: Concert by School Pupils Britanski Trg Flea Market Cro Art Photo Club Tel: 01 481 0476 Gaieva 25 New and second hand photo and video equipment fair Sun 25 www.lisinski.hr Tel: 01-612 1166 Lisinski Hall Trg Stjepana Radića 4 Music: White Octave Series - Zagreb Philharmonic performs Mahler, Sibelius Who Where What When
<ul><li>March </li></ul><ul><li>1-4th: Croatia Badmington International </li></ul><ul><li>15-17th: International Synchronized Ice-Skating </li></ul>Contemporary dance Groupe Grenade 21st to 23rd February Institut Français Bogovićeva 1/II www.ambafrance.hr Coming-up At the Zagreb Fair SPORT & BOAT SHOW 21st to 25th of February Croatian and foreign companies showcase their new sporting and boating products Phone sales: 01-650 3567 fax: 01-650 3391 (room 22) International Fair of Gastronomy, Hotel and Hospitality Equipment and Catering 21st to 24th of February The programme of HOTEL & GASTROTEH – 2 nd biennial Gastronomy, Catering, Hotel and Restaurant Equipment Fair is dedicated to exhibitors displaying hotel and catering equipment and the gastronomy programme of foodstuffs, as well as to the corporate public: hotel and restaurant managers, investors in the field of tourist trade, all entrepreneurs and people employed in gastronomy and tourism. www.zv.hr To have your event published email firstname.lastname@example.org “ The round-table conference Museum Networks in Europe 22 - 23 February Museum Documentation Centre in Zagreb, Croatia, organises the round-table conference on different forms of connecting / networking museums in European countries (Slovenia, Portugal, Belgium, Norway and Croatia). The goal of the round-table conference is to learn about the system of connecting/networking museums in each of the participating countries (through presentations) and to exchange experiences (through discussion). The official language will be English. Ilica 44 / II telephone 01-484 7897 e-mail [email_address] www.mdc.hr Goings - on 4 Railway Link Zagreb-Sarajevo: Expanding on last week’s story, a fast train from Sarajevo to Zagreb will start running on April 6 , the Bosnian Federation Railways said.
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Special Section: an interview with Dr. Helena Thomas Please help keep this information current firstname.lastname@example.org 5 Why is ancient Crete important for us today; what did the Cretans invent that we are still using today, laws, principles, language, etc... In order to define a distinguished cultural group as a civilisation, three main factors need to be present: urban structures with numerous population; 2. monumental architecture; 3. use of a script. During the Bronze Age in Europe, Crete was the first place where all these criteria were satisfied, which is why it is not wrong to say that this island gave birth to civilisation in Europe. With its three main scripts - Cretan Hieroglyphic, Linear A and Linear B - Crete was a also cradle of European literacy. The former two scripts, still undeciphered, were used for recording a so-called Minoan language, spoken on Crete before the arrival of Mycenaeans. What would be one of the many fascinating aspects about Crete? Cretans were the most prominent sailors in the Eastern Mediterranean, which is why this period is generally described as Minoan Thalassocracy. Minoans traded with Asia Minor, the coast of Levant, Egypt, and most other Greek islands and its Mainland. Their main export goods were wine, olive oil and impressive pottery, whereas they mostly imported raw and exotic materials, such as copper, gold, silver, ivory, etc. From these they would produce exquisite objects of art (jewelry, seals, etc.), recognisable all over Eastern Mediterranean. They also mastered fresco-painting, luxuriously adorning walls of their palaces and villas. Minoan techniques and artistic motifs were admired by contemporary cultures and widely imitated by subsequent Mycenaeans. We all know the Minotaur dwelt in a labyrinth built for King Minos and designed by the architect Daedalus . What are the interpretations of this myth? Whoever had a chance to visit a palace of Knossos, or even look at its plan, would soon realise that its complex corridors and hundreds of rooms remind us of a labyrinth. The well-known labyrinth which Daedalus built as a dwelling place for the monster Minotaur, an offspring of a sinful intercourse of Minos’ wife Pasifaia and a sacred bull, was never discovered. It appears, therefore, that such a complicated architectural plan of the Knossian palace gave rise to that myth. Ancient Greeks were prone to coining myths in order to explain mysterious occurrences from distant past, and this may be one such example: extremely complicated organisation of space in a long-time-ago inhabited palace at Knossos may have prompted later inhabitants of Crete to create such a myth.