An Update from the Course in Crete, June 9, 2011
June 9, 2011
It's been the ninth day already that Professor Gorokhovich and I are traveling around the ancient sites of the Minoan Civilization with our group of eight wonderful and bright students. We have already visited many sites ranging from the north coast of the island to the east coast, such as Knossos, Tylissos, Malia, Gournia, Almyros Spring, Milatos Cave, and the very famous cave where mythological Zeus was born (the Dictaian Andron). At present, we are lodging in the town of Sitia, and we'll continue exploring more eastern sites and cover all south sites during the next two weeks. Tomorrow we'll be visiting the site of Palaeokastro, and on Saturday we'll take off for the famous site of Kato Zakro.
— Professor Marie Marianetti
Students Explore the Ancient World of Crete