If you enlarge the map of Crete you'll see Mt. Ida and Cnossos (Knossos), among other geographic locations. Knossos was famous for the Minoan labyrinth. Mt. Ida was sacred to Rhea and held the cave in which she put her son Zeus so he could grow up in safety away from his children-eating father Kronos. Coincidentally, perhaps, Rhea was associated with the Phrygian goddess Cybele who also had a Mt. Ida sacred to her, in Anatolia.