The correct answer is "they adopted elements of the Minoan culture".
The Mycenaeans and the Minoans were two ancient cultures of Greece, living in the mainland and in the islands of Greece, respectively. When the Minoans started to decline around 1450 BC, the Mycenaeans conquered their islands and adopted the Minoans culture. Specifically, the Mycenaeans adopted the writing of the Minoans, developing a new language called "Linear B" ("Linear A" was the language of the Minoans).
while en route to attack Athens, the Persian force was decisively defeated by the Athenians at the Battle of Marathon, ending Persian efforts for the time being. Darius then began to plan to completely conquer Greece but died in 486 BC and responsibility for the conquest passed to his son Xerxes.
Its referred to a peninsula and geographic region in southern Greece. It is connected to the central part of the country by the Isthmus of Corinth land bridge
Peloponnese: The mountainous southern peninsula of Greece, connected to central Greece by the Isthmus of Corinth. Greek name Pelopónnisos.
Of all these city-states, Sparta tended to have the harshest and strictest policies when it came to both domestic and foreign slave labor
The correct answer is B) they adopted elements of the Minoan culture.
After the Mycenaeans defeated the Minoans they adopted elements of the Minoan culture.
In ancient Greece, the Minoans and Mycenaeans were two different cultures that inhabited those territories and were rivals. The Minoans lived on the island of Crete around 2600 BC. They did not speak Greek and were renown for being good traders and sailors that trade along the Mediterranean Sea. The Yceaneans inhabited the mainland of Greece and established their dominion around 1600 to 1100 BC. Around 1450 BC, the Mycenaeans defeated and conquered the Minoans, and they adopted elements of the Minoan culture.
later on, this manual culture was integrated with their culture forming a new one that represent the combination of both cultures
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