It is one of the most important settlements of the prehistoric Aegean , whose life lasted for almost two millennia (3300-1100 B.C.). The remains of the third architectural phase show strong Minoan influence, while in the fourth period, Mycenaean influence prevails. Excavations of the site began in 1896-1899 by the British School of Archaeology at Athens and were continued in the years 1911, 1963, and 1974-1977. Restoration work has been carried out by the 21st Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities.
The most important monuments at the site are:
The imposing "cyclopean" wall of the settlement, built with large volcanic blocks.
The area of the sanctuary.
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