Ariadne’s Brother: A Novel On The Fall Of Bronze Age Crete
A vivid tale of action and the love of life, of conflict and passionate vision and political change at the dawn of Western Civilization. Ariadne—new young Queen of Minoan Crete, beloved of the narrator, Deucalion—struggles to uphold her family’s and her people’s ways amid threats of natural disaster and military invasion by the Achaian/Mycenean “future Greeks,” whose Homeric histories our world knows too well. Did you know that Crete really was/is the longest continuous period of Western cultural development? What happened to bring on a Dark Age? Was it “inevitable,” or a matter of choices made and still being made? This is an epic adventure blending myth and new decades of archaeological and other evidence into a story of real people who lived long ago and whose extraordinary legacy is still ours to embrace
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