Hagia Photia Cemetery I: The Tomb Groups and Architecture by Costis Davaras
English | 20 Dec. 2004 | ISBN: 1931534136 | 290 Pages | PDF | 134 MB
The Hagia Photia Cemetery takes its name from the nearby village on the northeast coast of Crete, 5 km east of modern Siteia. This large Early Minoan burial ground with over fifteen hundred Cycladic imports was discovered in 1971. A total of 263 tombs were excavated as a rescue excavation in 1971 and 1984.