A series of Summer lectures beginning this month at Crete’s Knossos Research Center begins this month, discussing facets of Hellenic history.
Drive to Save University of Sheffield Archaeology Goes Viral
News the University of Sheffield may close down its archaeology school has shocked archaeologists and students worldwide.
Return to Margarites and Keramion On a Quest for Simple Perfection
Our search for Minoan ceramic perfection takes us back to Margarites Village and the amazing workshop Keramion.
Blood of God: The Legacy of the Golden Cretan Son
A man in Crete has a dream, to revive an ancient culture of excellence and grow a new extra virgin olive oil legacy.
A Workable Vision of Minoan Greatness Reborn on Crete Island
I woke this morning with the afterglow of an unknown face burned into my cerebral cortex. Stirred from a lucid dream by the rare sound of barking by my Cretan Hound Mojito, I tried hard to recall the vivid imagery of dreamy fantasy. In the dream, a man dressed scantily in typical Minoan fashion stood […]
Was the End of the Minoans the Will of the Gods?
Were the Minoans the people Plato referred to as Atlanteans? What really happened to this bright Bronze Age civilization?
Crete’s Stunning New Archaeological Museum of Mesara Opens
Crete’s Governor Stavros Arnaoutakis and other officials open the new Archaeological Museum of Mesara.