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The MMIA building centers around a cistern. The cistern likely collected water from rainfall, as the hilltop on which the building is situated, Souvloto Mouri pointed hill, has no wells or springs.
- Myers, J.W., Myers, E.E. and Cadogan, G. "Chamaizi" The Aerial Atlas of Ancient Crete ISBN 978-0-520-07382-1
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