• Petras, Siteia I<br />A Minoan Palatial Settlement in<br />Eastern Crete.<br />Excavation of<br />Houses I.1 and I.2
  • Kavousi IIC: The Late Minoan IIIC Settlement at Vronda. Specialist Reports and Analyses
  • Studies in Aegean Art and Culture. A New York Aegean Bronze Age Colloquium in Memory of Ellen N. Davis
  • Akrotiri, Thera: An Architecture of Affluence 3,500 Years Old (Paperback)
  • Hagios Charalambos: <br />A Minoan Burial Cave in Crete II. <br />The Pottery
  • Temple University Aegean Symposium.<br />A Compendium
  • Livari Skiadi: A Minoan Cemetery in Lefki, Southeast Crete
  • Elite Minoan Architecture: Its Development at Knossos, Phaistos, and Malia

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