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Past Minoan Triangle
A non-profit organization dedicated to promote, inspire, build, educate, and develop the archaeological site called Kommos which is located on the beautiful island of Crete, Greece.
We want to inspire people to respect and appreciate the past.
Create a working complex to protect and facilitate visitors.
We want to educate the public on this place's importance.
We have plans to develop the currently closed park and make it accessible to the public.
A New Jeremy Rutter Video About Kommos
March 25, 2014
A Review of “Kommos V”
March 13, 2014
A Cretan Conundrum
February 3, 2014
Full Scale Minoan ship as a tool?
The Chinese Are Coming
A Donation Box for Delos (& Kommos…?)
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The West Court at th
A. Van de Moortel
archaeological site conservation
James C. Stratis
Joseph W. Shaw
L. Vance Watrous
Maria C. Shaw
Ministry of Culture & Tourism
Philip P. Betancourt
pre historic interpretation
Archaeology of the Sea 21-22 March 2014 Program (PDF)
ASCSA-American School of Classical Studies
ASECA-Harvesting the Sea: Aegean Societies and Marine Animals in Context, 29-31 May 2014
Center of Preservation Research
EAA 2014 Istanbul Conference: Managing archaeological heritage
Glynnis Fawkes Archaeological Illustrator video
Heritage and Healthy Societies Conference May 14 – 16, 2014
Ian Swindale's Kommos Comments
Kommos Excavations, Crete
Kommos: Community Page
Maintenance at Kommos
Maria Shaw to speak at AIA Conference 2-4 Jan 2014
Popular Religion and Ritual in the East Mediterranean…10-11December 2013 Abstracts
Stratis' Kommos Conservancy Seminar— "Rethymnon Bugle" report
Technological and Social change in Phaistos, Crete, from the Final Neolithic through EMIIA
Virtual Tour Of Akrotiri, Thera
[4-6 November 2013, Cyprus] Cultural Heritage practices: program.pdf