Ian Swindale provides photographs and concise descriptions of all the major Minoan sites in Crete. A chronology is available in a separate box for ease of reference.
Archaeology magazine reports on a newly discovered Minoan palace 20 miles south of Heraklion, Crete. Includes illustrations.
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 3(1). An often neglected aspect of migration is the acceptance that every migration event is unique. (PDF)
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 3(1). A set of 224 Mycenaean pottery samples from different sites in Attica was analysed by Neutron Activation to determine the locally produced from the imported ware. (PDF)
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 3(1). This paper discusses the FN-EM I/IIA settlement pattern along the west-central coast of the Gulf of Mirabello. (PDF)
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 3(1). Substantial evidence exists for Cycladic influence in Early Bronze Age Crete. (PDF)
Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry 1(1). The prehistoric settlement at Ialysos is inhabited uninterruptedly From the Middle Bronze Age Untel the Late Halladic III A2 Period. (PDF)
Dartmouth College provides searchable text, galleries of expandable thumbnail photographs and bibliographies on topics including Minoan and Mycenean architecture.
The largest collection of Minoan artefacts in the world exhibited in 20 rooms. Corpus includes material from the most important archaeological sites in Crete: Knossos, Phaestos, Malia, Tylissos, Gortys, Agia Triada, Mohlos, Gournia, and Zakros.
History, photographs, description of recent archaeological excavations, topographical map, and related links provided.