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The caves of Crete have been used as sacred sites for centuries, especially during the Minoan period. There are thousands of caves on the island and many of them contain impressive geological formations (stalactites and stalagmites). A cave is a constant environmental feature and could be interpreted as a site where humans can communicate with the “Otherworld”. They allow contact with the gods and the spirits, entities that are not normally accessible. They also serve as an appropriate burial site.
The Kouretes were whimsical and master dancers who invented and performed, for the very first time, the “Pyrrhic dance”, a dance in armor. Goddess Athena also performed the same dance when she was born. Greeks employed dancing to experience the divine. In Sparta young boys danced in honor of Apollo, while young girls honored Artemis. The Athenians danced the pyrrhichios during the Panathenaic Games. The Kouretes also invented a drum using a stretched animal skin and gave it as a present to Rhea, Zeus’ mother. She offered the drum to the Satyrs, who employed it when dancing in honour of Dionysus.