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A. Turner. 2009. Kavousi IIA: The Late Minoan IIIC Settlement at Vronda. The Buildings on the Summit (Prehistory Monographs 26), Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press. Day, L. P. and L. M. Snyder. 2004. “The ‘Big House’ at Vronda and the ‘Great House’ at Karphi: evidence for social structure in LM IIIC Crete,” in L. P. Day, M. S. Mook, and J. P. , Crete Beyond the Palaces (Prehistory Monographs 10). Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press: 63–80. Gesell, G. C. 1999. “Ritual kalathoi in the shrine at Kavousi,” in P.

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