Fournou Koryfi settlement was established and destroyed by fire in the Early Minoan period (2600-2300 BC). It consists of 90 small region places arranged in dense device.
It’s a six residence minor location distinguished with small passages and hallways. It was ground floor built with loft and everyone had a workshop, storage rooms and galley.

The small sanctuary in the southwest edge of the village where famous Goddess of Myrtos was found, would serve the whole village. The systematic excavation of the site provided important data on the time economy.
Residents were cultivating cereals, olives and grapes, while they were rearing bred sheep, cattle and pigs. They also contained proper equipment in order to weave, build, clay pots and produce oil and wine in the settlement.

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