More ideas from Jarmo
A stamp bearing the image of a 3 BC coin from Crete. Apollo's profile is on the front of the coin; a classic Cretan labyrinth is on the back.

BC Tetradrachm Coin from Crete, Apollo with the inscription (ΠΟΛΧΟΣ ) Polhos and a circular Labyrinth with the inscription (ΚΝΩΣΙΩΝ) Cnossus

Minoan Labyrinth Wall Plaque -   This seven-circuit labyrinth dates back to 1200 BC in Greece.   A single, continuous pathway winds into its center. This labyrinth seems to have a magical ability to cross cultures and times. It symbolizes the cycle of life, death and rebirth. It was used by Shamans for healing and in seasonal celebrations by walking and dancing on the paths to the center. Use your finger to trace the pattern and enter a quiet place of meditation and reflection

Minoan Labyrinth Wall Plaque - This seven-circuit labyrinth dates back to 1200 BC in Greece. A single, continuous pathway winds into its center. It symbolizes the cycle of life, death and rebirth.