A scream echoed through the Palace of Knossos. The Cretans were as much used to that as to earthquakes, so they paid it no attention. Meanwhile, a layer of ash ascended obscuring the sky, and the volcanic eruption engulfing three quarters of the adjacent Thera – now Santorini – aroused the Aegean Sea.
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