Chania Archaeological Museum
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The Chania Archaeological Museum1 is a facility for storage and display of cultural artifacts chiefly related to finds at the ancient city of Kydonia. Kydonia was inhabited as early as the fourth millennium BC and flourished in successive periods, being regarded as one of the five great cities of ancient Crete.2 This museum is situated in the present day city of Chania on the island of Crete in Greece.
- Athena Review
- Hogan, 2008
- Athena Review, Vol.3, no.3: Minoan Crete
- C. Michael Hogan, Cydonia, The Modern Antiquarian, Jan. 23, 2008
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