Sklavokampos is just southwest of Tylissos.
The site was discovered while constructing a road to Anoyeia and was first excavated in the 1930s.
A multiple-story building was found at the site. Its main room yielded a clay ox head, a LMIB style jug and a stone rhyton. The building had at least 17 rooms. Finds from an upper story included 39 sealings, a cylindrical vessel, a stone hammer and a clay foot. Seal impressions from one the Sklavokampos sealings have been found in Zakros, Gournia and Hagia Triada.
- Swindale, Ian http://www.minoancrete.com/sklavokambos.htm Retrieved 1 February 2006
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