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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Mycenaean Greece and Crete The Mycenaean palatial economy did not differ in many respects from the Mi-noan. In fact, the Mycenaeans seem to have taken over the trading posts once used by the Minoans, as well as the palace of Knossos, after 1450 b. c.e. (see&nbsp;chapter 4). The fact that the Mycenaean palaces fulfilled the same roles as the&nbsp;Minoan is evident from the archaeology, which reveals palaces on the Greek&nbsp;mainland functioning as producers and storers of manufactured goods. This is\n \nParticularly evident at the palace of Pylos in southwestern Greece. Surrounding the megaron, or main throne room, was a series of rooms used for the storage of oil and ceramics. One room contained 850 pots of varying shapes, and another a total of 2,853 drinking cups (Vermeule 1972, 167). To the east and&nbsp;northwest of the palace proper were industrial buildings containing storage&nbsp;jars, pieces of bronze, clay sealings from &quot;packaged goods,&quot; and even bits of&nbsp;ivory. F') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Mycenaean Greece and Crete The Mycenaean palatial economy did not differ in many respects from the Mi-noan. In fact, the Mycenaeans seem to have taken over the trading posts once used by the Minoans, as well as the palace of Knossos, after 1450 b. c.e. (see&nbsp;chapter 4). The fact that the Mycenaean palaces fulfilled the same roles as the&nbsp;Minoan is evident from the archaeology, which reveals palaces on the Greek&nbsp;mainland functioning as producers and storers of manufactured goods. This is\n \nParticularly evident at the palace of Pylos in southwestern Greece. Surrounding the megaron, or main throne room, was a series of rooms used for the storage of oil and ceramics. One room contained 850 pots of varying shapes, and another a total of 2,853 drinking cups (Vermeule 1972, 167). To the east and&nbsp;northwest of the palace proper were industrial buildings containing storage&nbsp;jars, pieces of bronze, clay sealings from &quot;packaged goods,&quot; and even bits of&nbsp;ivory. F') AND id != 55772 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-08-23 10:48:24' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5