A myth: 7 boys and 7 girls which Athens has sending to Knossos, for the Minotaur to devour until the Minotaur was killed by Theseus. And a reality: Knossos! The one brought to light by the archaeological excavation of Sir Arthur Evans at the beginning of the last century. What is there between myth and reality? Who is the awesome Labyrinth and what is his truth? What really Knossos saves is an exquisite fresco with the competition of girls and boys on the back of the bull. The tayrokathapsia in the palace of Knossos! Aithra and her company (7 girls and 7 boys) come from Athens to Knossos to take part in the bull’s race, feared by Minotaur and enchanted by Knossos and its life. Falls in love with Ouzer, a Pharaoh official from Egypt, who is a diplomat in Knossos, and so he turns against her the companions’ wrath. On the other hand, the Princess of Knossos, Ariadne, the Prince of Lilies, Asterion, and the Prince of the Fleet, Deucalion, each claim a share of power from the Throne of Knossos, through intrigues and conflicts. The fear of the carnivorous Minotaur is spreading fear at the Athens team. But Knossos seems to be outraged by the rumors of the Athenians. A game of life, love, passion and power there around 1500 BC. And in this game everyone seems to be determined to win. . .
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