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Knossos is one of the major archaeological sites in Greece in terms of its importance and interest to the visitor. This is because the mighty city of Minos and Ariadne, of Pasiphae, the Minotaur and Idomeneus, was one of the first cities on European soil, a centre which radiated the light of one of the most brilliant civilizations of Greek and European prehistory —the Minoan civilization, named after the great god-kind Minos.
The Knossos Labyrinth is both the key and the stumbling-block to our understanding of Minoan civilization.
Castleden, Rodney. The Knossos Labyrinth: A New View of the 'Palace of Minos' at Knossos. London: Routledge, 1989. Print
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