blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
The head of the Mycenaean civilization was known as a _____, the ancient Greek title given to persons of nobility. basileus wanax rigveda despot
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blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
@zaraxx it's not the first one. i think it's either Rigveda or Despot
zaraxx
  • zaraxx
close, let's look at what they both are rigveda: collection of sacred indian hymns despot: person who holds absolute power, autocrat or tyrant.
blackfireskull
  • blackfireskull
so it's not either of those is it? would it be Wanax?

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wanax: king/ruler of the Mycenaean civilization

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