km W of Perama, remains of a Hellenistic and Roman
settlement, with Minoan remains to the E. Below the
modern church are the remains of a Hellenistic hieron,
and on the summit of the hill on which the site stands
is a large rectangular building with several rooms of
probable Roman date. Traces of house walls are found
on the slopes of the hill, and the site may have extended
onto the level ground to the S.
M.S.F. Hood, P. M. Warren, & G.
Cadogan, “Travels in Crete, 1962,” BSA
59 (1964) 59-60.