One of the scenes on one side of the Agia Triadha sarcophagus. A priest and priestesses make offerings. Yes, a priest. Like the Egyptians, the Minoans color-coded their genders. So that woman with the dark skin playing the lyre is actually a man. From this and other evidence, we know that Minoan priests wore women’s vestments during some rituals. Perhaps it was to be able to participate in women’s rites to honor a goddess, who demanded that men cross-dress in her honor, or some other religious reason. Without written evidence, we can’t know for sure.