Graeco-Roman town 14 km E of Rethymno. The settlement stands on a flat-topped hill and covers approximately 2 hectares. Walls of domestic dwellings can be
traced on the settlement site, while several rock-cut tombs
can be seen in the face of the cliff bounding the settlement on the E. At least one of these appears to be of
Roman date, but sherds from the settlement site indicate occupation from the Classical period onward.
M.S.F. Hood, P. M. Warren, & G.
Cadogan, “Travels in Crete, 1962,” BSA