Edited by Quentin Letesson and Carl Knappett, Oxford University Press, july 2017, 416p
- Offers new insights into the ancient palaces and towns of Crete
- Contributes to a broader understanding of the diverse ways in which humans have made and used ancient built environments.
- Presents remains often depicted as static in dynamic, human terms
- Contributions from range of scholars across the discipline
- Integration of buildings, towns, and settlement patterns in a coherent framework