This is the west court of Festos, a Minoan palace. Notice that the stairs and walkways have been interpreted as installations with cultic and ritual significance, a theory that just might be correct.
It seems like if the site of Agia Triada (holy trinity, a modern name) took over Festos influence after the MMIB destruction. It is, however, not a proper Minoan palace and there are also traces from a Mycenaean megaron.
This is a Pithos (presumably in situ) from Ayia Triada.
Gortyn is a Minoan settlement that became a archaic, classical and Hellenistic Greek polis and then turned into a Roman and Byzantine city. Anyway, this is a 4th century (BC) inscription of the local laws, all in all 17.000 characters.