Eleutherna, also called Apollonia, was an ancient city-state in Crete, Greece.
|The site is located on a narrow northern spur of Mount Ida, the highest mountain in Crete. It flourished from the Dark Ages of Greece’s history until Byzantine times.|
|The Eleutherna museum is expected to open in June this year. The area where excavations are conducted is enclosed within the Eleutherna archaeological park's boundaries.|
Greek Bee Fibula, 4th century BC
Bee Goddess - From Eleutherna on Crete, c. 700 BC.
Plaques with the Life of Achilles, about A.D. 300–350, made in Thessaloniki; found in Eleutherna