Archaeological Museum of Agios Nikolaos was founded in 1970 in order to house the numerous new archaeological finds from eastern Crete, which until then, were housed in the Museum of Herakleion.
Finds from the Early Minoan (3000-2000 B.C.) cemetery at Agia Photia of Sitia
Finds from the Early Minoan II settlement at Fournou Koryfi of Myrtos
Finds from the Early Minoan II-III (2600-2200 B.C.) cemetery on the islet of Mochlos
Finds from Middle Minoan (2000-1550 B.C.) peak sanctuaries: Petsophas, Modi, Traostalos,Kalamaki, Prinias, Etiani, Kephala Finds from the Late Minoan III (1400-1200 B.C.) tombs ofMilatos and Kritsa
Finds from the Geometric deposit at Anavlochos Vrachasiou.
Finds from the Daidalic deposit at Sitia (beginning of 7th century B.C.)
Finds from the Archaic deposit at Olous (end of 7th-6th centuries B.C.)
Finds from Lato pros Kamara (modern Agios Nikoalos) dated to Greek and Roman times
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