EkdotikÍ AthÍnŰn, 1991 - Travel - 158 pages
The guide focuses on "Archanes" an important archeological site of the Minoan civilisation. In this guide the archeologists John and Efi Sakellarakis, present the excavations they have conducted in the site. With this guide at hand one can visit the parts of the splendid palace which are preserved amongst the houses of the modern town, the impressive cemetery complex at the neighbouring area Phourni as well as the Anemospilia excavations which have revealed sensational evidence of a human sacrifice. (Ekdotike Athenon 1992)
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Aghia Triada Aghios altar amongst amulet Anemospilia Anemospilia shrine animal Apxavcbv Archanes architectural Area 17 beads bones bronze building phase burial layer cemetery at Phourni centre century B.C. chanes clay conical cups construction Courtyard cult Cycladic decorated depiction deposits doorway dromos east entrance excavations faience figurines finds found in Area fragments Funerary Building funerary offerings gold ground floor important indicate ivory jugs Kamares ware Knossos larnax located louktas Minoan Crete motifs Mycenae Mycenaean Grave Enclosure Mycenaean period necklace Neolithic north-west objects obsidian palace building paved peak sanctuary perhaps period Phourni Phourni cemetery Pillar Crypt pithoi plaster poros-stone pottery preserved Psili Korfi rhyton ritual rock sea shells seal-stone seals settlement shape skull slabs south wall south-west stairway steatite stone vases structure surface burials terracotta Tholos Tomb tion tomb of Zeus Tourkoyeitonia tripod Troullos uncovered unique upper floor utensils Vathypetro vessels wooden xoanon Zeus