Just as the Minoans had colonized Santorini, so to did the Myconian colonize the Minoans. When it came to myth and history with the ancient Greek poet Homer, it was never apparent in his writings as to which was which. The ancient Greeks called the walls of Mycenae “cylopean” as it was believed only a giant like the Cyclopes from Homer’s Odyssey could put such stone walls into place...
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