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Tom Brogan, Klio Zervaki, and Chrysa Sofianou examine finds in the Greek and Roman section.

We want to congratulate the staff of the Lasithi Ephorate for all their hard work. The Archaeological Museum of Agios Nikolaos opened its doors to the public on Sunday, 23 April. The new exhibits more than double the size of the previous collection and highlight hundreds of new artifacts from recent excavations and surveys in east Crete. The formal opening of the museum is scheduled for late October.

Klio Zervaki, Maria Kyriakaki, Eleanor Huffman, and Tom Brogan examine finds from Minoan settlements.
Klio Zervaki and Eleanor Huffman at the entrance to the collection.
Eleanor Huffman explores finds from East Cretan Peak Sanctuaries (note the reflected image of an LM IIIC goddess over her head).


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