In the Minoan era, remarkable knives were made, few specimens of which reached our time. The Archaeological Museum of Heraklion even houses a statue of a warrior from Sitia, a Minoan era, armed with a knife, which bears some resemblance to modern Cretan knives. It is particularly worth noting that, according to ancient Greek mythology, rifles and war helmets were born in Crete, since their inventors are considered the Cretans, followers and patrons of Zeus since his birth. Cretan Collectible Knife. Handmade with a handle from wood, bronze Taurus Head and stainless steel blade. Cretan Collectible Knife. Handmade knife with a handle from olive wood, bronze Taurus Head and stainless steel blade 4mm. Total length is 32 centimeters. Accompanied by a leather case. Be careful with the blade of the knives is quite sharp, away from children.