Among the gadgets present in knossos is a minoan depiction of a goddess flanked by two lionesses that exhibits a goddess who seems in lots of different photos.
Bowl with fork handles, pottery. Knossos, early neolithic, 6500–5800 bc. Also a ladle, and a three-legged vessel from later intervals.
In greek mythology, king minos dwelt in a palace at knossos. He had daedalus assemble a labyrinth, a really massive maze (by some linked with the double-bladed axe, or labrys) through which to retain his son, the minotaur.
Daedalus additionally constructed a dancing ground for queen ariadne.  the title “knossos” was subsequently adopted by arthur evans.