Armeni is the archaeological site of an ancient Minoan cemetery on Crete.The cemetery is eight kilometers south of the modern town of Rethymnon.Armeni has been under excavation since 1969 by Yiannis Tzedakis. Over 200 chamber tombs and one tholos tomb have been found from the Late Minoan era.
Finds from over 200 chamber tombs included seal stones, jewelry, bronze tools, stone vases, bronze vessels and pottery. Clay larnakes (coffins) painted with double axes, hunting and bull scenes, and Horns of Consecration were also excavated. These artifacts can be found at the Archaeological Museum of Chania and the Rethymno Museum.