Location Country: Greece



There aren’t many places in the world like Knossos—after all, it is 9,000 years old.

Knossos








Preconceived notions of Black people are seared into our country’s collective consciousness; without an overhaul of the “black=slaves in perpetuity” trope, damaging stereotypes become ossified as facts for future generations.

Black Figures in Classical Greek Art










Octopus vase from Palaikastro
This vase with a charming image of a writhing octopus was made during the height of the Minoan sea trade.

Octopus vase