Knowledge of the Keftiu, the place, and the people said to have been the “nail that held up the world,” may reveal the path humanity missed.
One of the most interesting legends of Greece is the story of the daughter of one of the Cretan Curetes (Korybantes), that of Crete (Cres).
What you are about to read will hopefully shed new light on Knossos and those ancient inhabitants of Crete known as the Minoans.
The continuing saga of the magnificent tapestry of humanity woven within the secrets of the Minoans. Part of a series by Argophilia.
The following story-report brings to the forefront the question “When do we consider a multitude of coincidences key parts of a greater fact?”
We finally took the opportunity to drive to one of Crete’s most fascinating places this week. The Lasithi Plateau, located in the Lasithi regional unit in eastern Crete, Greece is famous today for the thousands of windmills that once irrigated the fertile soils of the plateau.