The ancient city of Tylissos flourished particularly during the Minoan and Greco- Roman periods. Its geographical location on the roads leading from  Knossos to western Crete as well as the inland area and Mount Ida (Psiloritis) helped in the development of the city. Excavation finds show  that there was a prosperous residential core at Tylissos from the late Pre-Palatial-early Protopalatial period and throughout the latter (2000-1700  BC). In the Neopalatial period that followed (1700-1450 BC), Tylissos was one of Minoan Crete’s leading cities, and maintained close ties with Knossos.

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