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Around 1600 BCE the Minoan civilization was faring well, however there is strong evidence that Thera’s eruption triggered their downfall.
Mycenaean people of the Greek mainland were warlike, and their presence among the Minoans increases after the eruption. The people of Pompeii and Herculaneum, among other smaller cities and villages, comfortably lived and prospered among the mighty Mt. The days leading up to the eruption it is reported that there were tremblings, however our species had still not connected earthquakes to volcanic eruptions.
1,500 people died, and the global environmental effects resulted in Russia enduring their coldest winter in six centuries the following year. The global effects were catastrophic, and well recorded by intellectuals and laymen alike.
The year 1816 is often called the as a result of the weather phenomenon.
The Minoan Civilization made up Crete and a few other Aegean islands (Ancient Greece Timeline).
They were dependent on the sea and are speculated to be a peaceful people.
I posted recently about the Year Without a Summer, a year of particularly strange weather phenomenon caused by the 1815 eruption of Mt. I was curious to look into some of human history’s other eruptions that had major effects on the species. We will likely never have a specific date and time when this monstrous calamity occurred, but radiocarbon dating and archeological dating has placed the eruption around 1600 BCE.
In 536, Procopius – a Byzantine historian – recorded that “the sun gave forth its light without brightness…” 4.
Eventually the Mycenaean civilization had completely absorbed the Minoans. When the mountain finally blew its top, its roman neighbors were completely unprepared. What I find particularly interesting is that out of all that survive, only one first person account exists – two letters of Pliny the Younger, which he sent to the historian Tacitus.