One interesting case study is Sir Arthur Evans, the original excavator and “restorer” of the Minoan palace of Knossos on Crete.
This 3,000-year-old language was discovered on clay tablets excavated in 1900 on the island of Crete.
On vacation in Crete, Michlin and his wife were looking for a good, hearty meal.
He is known for his excellent government of a district in Crete.
The riches which you look at in astonishment I collected while wandering in Egypt and in Crete.
"If it is true that you love justice and are going to Crete," &c.
"The stranger says that he came from Crete," answered Eumaios.
And rugged Carpathus far away welcomed them; and thence they were to cross to Crete, which rises in the sea above other islands.
I bought them from a chapman in Crete, and asked nothing of their first master.
As the concert drew near to its close, Luella and her mother began to prepare for a time of reckoning for Aunt Crete.
traditionally said to be from Krus, name of a mythological ancestor; probably an ethnic name of some sort.
Note: Crete is the largest of the Greek islands.
Note: One of the world's earliest civilizations, the Minoan civilization, reached its peak in Crete in 1600 b.c.