Scholars unveil more and more to help us understand antiquity. But our legacy remains in the ethereal playground of King Sarpedon.
From November 21st – 24th in Rethymno, the 5th meeting on Archaeological Work in Crete takes place at the Archaeological Museum of Rethymno.
COSMOTE TV and National Geographic will soon embark on an exploration journey to unravel a 4,500-year-old mystery in the Aegean Sea.
Coming to the London Museum on November 5th, “Contemporary Minoans: Cretan culture, source of inspiration” will honor Cretan fashion designer Sophia Kokosalaki, who passed away in October. Distinguished academics and designers from Europe will come together in the Terrace Gallery at the Museum of London to showcase the everlasting influence of Minoan culture on the global […]
Archaeologists of the Sissi Archaeological Project have uncovered another unique find, a tomb from the post-Minoan era.
The highest peak of Crete, Mount Psiloritis, rises some 2,456 meters above the sea. This UNESCO treasure is a nature lover’s playground.
As the 2019 season of performances at the Minoan Theater in Karteros now draws to a close, it’s time to book one of Crete’s best experiences.
Perched 1200 meters above sea level on an isolated plateau in the shadow of Mt. Psilotirits on Crete, the Palace of Zominthos is an extraordinary place. The complex of three-story buildings here served as a sacred temple for the Minoans some 4000 years ago. New finds there today, reveal more about the mysterious Minoan Civilization. […]
The continuing saga of the magnificent tapestry of humanity woven within the secrets of the Minoans. Part of a series by Argophilia.
Homer’s Odyssey tells of the hero Odysseus visiting Crete on his return home. The tale also tells of the unsolved mystery of the Eteocretans.
Crete is more than a Mykonos wanna be, the island paradise is a real alternative experience well suited to the luxury travel segment.
This evening the foremost authority on the Minoan Palace of Galatas will lead a tour of the site as part of the Earth Water Fire Festival.
At the Archaeological Museum of Iraklio, the exhibition “Daedalus: In the Footsteps of the Legendary Craftsman,” runs through March 1st of 2020.
Today, the fate of some of the world’s most treasured Minoan landmarks is still mired in a European bureaucratic bog.
A pitched battle is being waged over the inclusion of ancient Minoan palaces as UNESCO World Heritage sites.