Minoan religion was matriarchal w/an all-powerful mother goddess. This Minoan priestess from Akitori-Santorini has a head which is mostly shaven; lips ears which are painted red. She holds a fire-box appears to be adding incense to the fire
Stockillustraties : fresco depicting priestess burning incense, from Akrotiri, Thera Island, Santorini, Greece
Dragon's Blood Resin Incense is burned for protection, good luck, love and…
Double Aulos Player. Female figure to right, with long curls, back hair tied in a bunch, earrings, necklace, long sleeved white chiton with red borders and stripes, and shoes; she plays the double flute, and before her is an incense-burner. Black glaze Gnathian pelike. Height 35.6 cm; diameter 21 cm. Attributed to The Naples Harp Group. Ca. 330 BC. From Gela, Sicily. London, The British Museum - Vase # F557.
Mastic: A product that is unique in the world, as it is grown exclusively on the Aegean island of Chios. It is produced from the resin of the mastic trees (Pistacia lentiscus) and can be consumed untreated without chemical or industrial processing.