According to Krzyszkowska (p. 207 in Aegean Seals, An Introduction), "Among the most striking images in Aegean glyptic are the 'minotaurs', strange creatures combining human and animal parts, which appear during LM II-III. Ordinarily they have the lower limbs and waist of a man, joined to the forequarters and head of an animal. This is frequently a bull -- hence the conventional term 'minotaur' -- but sometimes the forequarters of a wild goat, stag or lion are found." An occasional variant shows two animal forequarters, as visible here. For an example with the forequarters of a bull and a goat, see no. 398 in Krzyszkowska, op. cit.