The Stravomyti Cave is 400 meters above sea level on Mt. Juktas' southwest slope.
The Stravomyti Cave first saw use during Neolithic times, as a refuge and burial. During the Early Minoan period, the quality of pottery suggests that people lived in the caves. Thereafter, it was used for storage and worship.
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