This small museum on the western side of the Town Hall is well worth the entrance fee €2. It houses artefacts from early Cycladic to late Roman times. Most of the finds are from the prehistoric cemetery of Chalandriani and include objects of everyday life- figurines, cups, and "frying pans". There are funerary headstones from the Hellenistic and Roman periods and an Egyptian statuette in black granite. Notebooks of the work of archaeologist Christos Tsountas are also on display.
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