What Awaits in the End of a Maze
What Awaits you in the end of the maze? A giant creature, half human half bull - Minotaur. If he gets his claws on you, that's it for you. Minotaur, according to Greek myths is a son of a goddess who had very strong and strange sexual appetite, so she had sex with a bull and gave birth to Minotaur. To be kept from the eyes of the nation, she locked him in the labyrinth made by Dedal, the first mythical flyer and architect. To calm the Minotaur's rage down, she was bringing him human sacrifices. The labyrinth was made so good, that no one who entered couldn't get out. Except for one person - the demi-god Theseus, who used a rope to guide him from the beginning to the end i.e. to Minotaur, and after defeating him, thanks to the rope, Theseus went out from the labyrinth. In recent times, it is speculated that the labyrinth, as well as the Minotaur, actually existed. For the possible place where the great maze was located is suggested to be the Knossos palace, where the archeologists dug some 160m deep tunnels and structures that look like the reminescents of the labyrinth.