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What is Minoan Crete?

Crete in the Bronze Age was an island surrounded by a world of change.  In fact, the Minoan society was one of the last holdouts for the worship of an all encompassing universal life source envisioned in the form of the Goddess; one that had previously thrived throughout most of Europe and the Mediterranean. The archeological finds uncovered by Arthur Evans at the beginning of the 20th Century from the “Minoan” Era are named after the legendary King Minos of Greek Mythology.  Evidence for a king, however, has yet to be found.  Instead, statuettes and images of Goddesses and priestesses...

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