One interesting case study is Sir Arthur Evans, the original excavator and “restorer” of the Minoan palace of Knossos on Crete.
This is the guide to Knossos that every tourist should take.
So was his palace with its labyrinth until its recent discovery at Knossos.
Two Egyptian inscriptions have been found at Knossos, but no bilingual one.
Meanwhile at Vaphio, Enkomi, Knossos, and elsewhere the art is often excellent.
Chalcott is sanguine of 'great finds' around the site of ancient Knossos in the near future.
He points out that the real Labyrinth was at Knossos and that nothing was left of it in Pliny's time.
In the palace at Knossos the system of drainage is superior to any known in Europe between that day and the last century.