The first excavators of the lost site of Knossos in the nineteenth century saw the site through the eyes of the classical authors. Rodney Castleden gives an alternative insight into the labyrinth which is equally exciting.
In and out of the Labyrinth: Myth and Minotaur in MacDonald Harris's Bull Fire and Steven Sherrill's the Minotaur Takes a Cigarette Break Swift, Sondra F..
Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts, Vol. 18, No. 3, Fall 2007
Restoring Faith: At the End of the 19th Century, with Religious Belief under Increasing Attack, the British Antiquarian Arthur Evans Sought to 'Re-Enchant' the World with His Utopian Interpretation of Crete's Ancient Minoan Civilisation Gere, Cathy.
History Today, Vol. 59, No. 7, July 2009
Uncovering Secrets of the Minotaur; "Electronic Instruments That Probe for Buried Structures Suggest Contours That Could Approach the Size of the Famed Palace at Knossos, about 60 Miles to the West, Said to Be the Seat of Minos and His Mythical Minotaur"
The News Letter (Belfast, Northern Ireland), March 30, 2001