Southeastern Sicily’s Iblean Mountains

The Iblean Mountains of southeastern Sicily, pictured in the background, hold the energy of many ancient peoples. The most significant prior to the arrival of the Greeks, were the Siculi (Sicels in English), who historians believe arrived in Sicily from the middle of the Italic penisula circa 1200 BCE. The limestone Iblean (or Hyblean) mountains are named so for the primordial mother goddess Ibla (or the ancient King Iblone, depending on who you consult!). The divine mother Ibla protected fertility and brought abundance to the land and its inhabitants.

We’ll encounter the beauty of i Monti Iblei during Tuesday evening’s online presentation. Let’s dream of travel to eastern Sicily! Join us to discover eastern Sicily’s renowned treasures and its hidden corners along with a synchronous chocolate tasting…

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