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The mythical Minotaur lived in the labyrinth in the palace of Knossos. It had a human body, a bull’s head and a tail. Symbol inextricably linked to the power of Minoan Crete.


The discus thrower is a famous bronze work of the ancient Greek artist Myron, dating to around 450 BC. It depicts a young discus thrower just before throwing the disc.



The owl has been identified with wisdom since antiquity. The ancient Greeks considered her as the symbol of the Goddess Athena. The Goddess was impressed by her big eyes and serious appearance and made her favorite bird and emblem.



Meandros or otherwise Chiron Handle. According to Greek mythology, when the king of Fthia Peleas wanted to conquer the Goddess Thetis, centaur Chiron advised him to hold her tightly in his arms as long as she would change forms. He succeeded and made her his wife using the sacred hand handle or otherwiseMeandros.


In the ancient theater, the actors and the members of the dance played wearing masks, that is, theatrical masks. The use of the mask came from the Dionysian worship, but it was established because it served the ancient drama in many ways. The mask created a face without individual characteristics – more of a character. Wearing it, the actor was not himself, but pretended to be someone else, even a hero or a god.



The term amphora means an oval vessel with a vertical handle on both sides. The name amphora comes from the adverb amphi and the verb carry. Amphoras were invented in ancient Greece and were adopted by the Romans as the main means of transport and storage of wine, olive oil, cereals, fish, etc. They were used throughout the Mediterranean and the provinces of the Roman Empire until about the 16th century.