So, what does "Gnossus" mean? Was it just a common name back then?
> No, its correct and has been posted here before. Historically i
> beleive their were towns of that name at each location.
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> <goat_with1000young@> wrote:
> > I count three towns named Gnossus; one in Crete and two in Africa.
> > this a bug?
- Actually, there is (one) ancient Greek city called Knossos. For historic
references, take almost all sources, but not this game. It´s too hopeless.
- Gnossus is a Greek word meaning "knowledge". I guess there are so many
towns with that name because there are so many know-it-alls in these
I thought perhaps a Mr Gnoussus was simply proficient at
spreading "joy" through out the Ancient kingdom.
> Gnossus is a Greek word meaning "knowledge". I guess there are somany
> towns with that name because there are so many know-it-alls in these