I've written another installment in my pantheon series, focusing on where we can find the gods and goddesses of Modern Minoan Paganism in ancient Minoan art. Up this time, we're looking for the god Korydallos among the seals and carvings of ancient Crete:
He's an interesting god who turns out to have some mixed symbolism thanks to the fact that the Minoans were around for many centuries and enjoyed adding new layers to their religious practices and iconography. Enjoy!
In the name of the bee, And of the butterfly, And of the breeze, amen.