Inspired by the homonymous fresco in the Heraklion archeology museum, on the island of Crete.
2500 BC – Minoan civilization, island of Crete. Taurocatapsia was a ritual game that took place where the palace city of King Minos was located.
In the sporting ritual, athletes had to jump, ride and then tame a wild bull, which was then let loose at the end of the festivities.
Physical painting will be provided after the acquisition of the digital token
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