Here you can see the Phaistos Disk, which has symbols that no one has been able to decipher yet.
At a different area of the museum, you can see a replica of a 4,000-year-old carriage with 4 wheels. This is the earliest proof for the use of the wheel on the Island of Crete.
The museum features beautiful Minoan figurines. Pay attention to the statues of snake goddesses from the Minoan period, and an acrobatic statue of a bull, all made of gold and ivory.
There are also findings that were discovered at the Minoan harbor of Kato Zakros. These findings are very important to researchers, as they are proof of the trade relations between Crete, Phoenicia, and Egypt. There is jewelry from Egypt and ivory artifacts from Syria.
Also, pay attention the frescoes found in the ruins of Knossos. Among these, you can find the "Prince of Lilies" wearing a crown of feathers. There are also frescoes of dolphins, acrobats riding bulls, and elegant women.