Archaeological Site Of Zakros Crete
    Overview: The palace at Zakros is the fourth in terms of size, among the Minoan palaces. It was located in an advantageous strategic position, at a protected bay, and was the ...
Archaeological Site Of Vasiliki (Pachia Ammos)
    Overview: The settlement of Vasiliki is one of the first Minoan settlements with town-planning. It occupies the top and slopes of a low hill near the village Vasiliki, in the ...
Archaeological Site Of Trypitos (Sitia)
    Overview: On a small headland called Trypitos, 3km to the east of modern Sitia lies a city of the Hellenistic period (middle of 4th - middle of 1st century B.C.), most probabl...
Archaeological Site Of Psychro Cavern (Diktaion Andron)
    Overview: The cave of Psychro is one of the most important cult places of Minoan Crete. The use of caves as cult places was one of the basic characteristics of the religious b...
Archaeological Site Of Petra, Sitia, Crete
    Overview: On a low hill (h. 40 m.) by the sea lies an important Minoan settlement. It had a large harbour and was the centre of an area bordered by Chamaizi on the west, Prais...
Archaeological Site Of Palaikastro (Sitia, Lasithi)
    Overview: At the northernmost edge of the eastern coast of Crete lie the ruins of a settlement which flourished during the Late Minoan period (1550-1220 B.C.). Th...
Archaeological Site Of Lato Crete
    Overview: Lato was one of the most important Doric city-states in Crete, although it must have existed before the "Coming of the Dorians". It is built on a saddle be...
Archaeological Site Of Koufonisi (Lefki)
    Overview: The island of Leuke is mentioned by Pliny. A special mention is also made in the inscription known as the “Diaitesia (arbitration) of the Magnetes”, buil...
Archaeological Site Of Gournia (Pachia Ammos)
    Overview: Gournia - the ancient name of which is not known - is the most characteristic of the excavated medium-size settlements, dated to the period of the peak of the Minoan...
Archaeological Site Of Chamezi Crete
    Overview: On a conical hill called Souvloto Mouri lies the only known oval house of the Middle Minoan Ia period (2100-2000 B.C.). It belongs to an intermediate type of buildin...
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