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About: Katherine_Kennedy

Katherine Kennedy is a writer, novelist and traveller. She has an MA in Creative Writing, and is pursuing a PhD revolving around Helen of Troy. She is a passionate history student, having studied ancient and classical history for over three decades, and has enjoyed exploring many sites including Knossos, Pompeii, Rome, Phaistos, and Athens to name a few.

Recent Posts by Katherine_Kennedy

Circe: Justice for the Witch

By Kat Kennedy, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom If you think you know the story of Circe, the witch of Aeaea and the seducer of the hero Odysseus, think again. There’s more to her story than is widely publicized or acknowledged, but to understand how Circe became one of ancient Greek mythology’s most notorious women you

Minotaur – A Beastie of Epic proportions

By Katherine Kennedy, Contributing Writer, Classical Wisdom Down, down below the imperial Palace of Knossos, the capital of Crete and home to King Minos, legend has it that there lurks a mythical beast. A beast so terrible, so ferocious, that it could not be allowed to see the light of day. Contained within a maze,

The Palace of Knossos

When we think about the birth of western civilization, we recall Knossos and its stunning palace. Crete is called the cradle of Europe, after all, and Knossos, the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete, is reputed to be Europe’s oldest city! Knossos is thought to be the first settlement in the Neolithic period, though

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