By analysing the architectural evidence as well as the pottery and the faunal data, this paper aims to investigate communal dining practices that took place at Alonaki on the slopes of Mt Juktas during MM III. Comparisons with the peak sanctuary of Juktas and the building at Anemospilia are also touched upon. It is argued that the buildings were part of an important MM III religious network functioning between MM IIIA and MM IIIB, before the massive reorganization of the sanctuary in LM IA.
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