A new theory about the people referred to as the “Keftiu” emerges. What if their level of control and access to their island was supreme?
Dr. Jan Driessen
The shift away from nature began when ancient society departed from the refined feminine dominated civilizations. There must be a way back…
An ARTE documentary brings forward new methods for solving the riddles left by the mysterious Minoans
Coming up May 23rd through 27th of 2020, the Cities on Volcanoes 11 brings the world’s top volcanologists to Greece for the first time. The conferences and workshops of “Volcanoes and Society: environment, health, and hazards” will welcome many of the world’s foremost experts to Heraklion, Crete. Organized by the International Association of Volcanology Cities, […]
From November 21st – 24th in Rethymno, the 5th meeting on Archaeological Work in Crete takes place at the Archaeological Museum of Rethymno.
A catastrophe of unimaginable devastation may have put an end to humanity’s brightest moment – the mysterious Minoan Civilization.
Archaeologists of the Sissi Archaeological Project have uncovered another unique find, a tomb from the post-Minoan era.