A series of houses built during the 16th C. BC, with further additions and alterations made in the following two centuries, before being destroyed in the 14th century BC, and re-occupied later. House A is both the oldest and largest of the the three main houses, though some of the enlargements took place during the following centuries. Originally excavated by Joseph Chatzidakis in the early years of the 20th century, a further excavation was undertaken in 1954, revealing areas of a paved court, and a stoa with five columns

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