Archaeological Collection of Neapolis

The archaeological collection of Neapolis was created pre-war and 
collected in a few years about 1000 objects, mainly from the country 
of Merabellos province and from other areas of the Prefecture. 
During the Occupation thanks to the care of Emm. Mavroidis - 
an extraordinary curator of antiquities - the collection was protected in the basement of the Club. 
Today the objects of the Collection are located in a building provided by the Ministry of Health 
and Welfare and the Municipality of the Ministry of Culture.
Collections include:

- Finds from the archaeological research of the French Archaeological School in Elounda (1937).
- Research findings of the French Archaeological School in Greek (1937).
- Finds from the excavation research of the French Archaeological School in Driiros (1937).
- Finds of Emm. Mavroidis excavation research in Late Minoan tomb of Tourlotis Sitia.
- Finds from the excavation research of Emm. Mavroidis at a tomb of Kalo Chorio (beginning of Istroona) 
of Hellenistic times.
- Findings from meditation in various parts of Merabellos and from traditions.
- Antiquities originating from Agios Nikolaos (ancient Lato to Kamara) and other areas of the prefecture, from a gathering by the Italian occupying forces.
- Monetary Collection, from traditions.

SOURCE: http://new.ims.forth.gr/?q=el/node/2169