The main aim of this seminar is to discuss the ceramic material from Evans’s stone-lined rubbish pits’ deposits, i.e. the Kouloures Deposits, which have been published to some extent in MacGillivray’s book Knossos Pottery Groups of the Old Palace Period (1998). The three West Court Kouloures were constructed at the beginning of the First Palace period and went out of use at its end, according to the date of their fills, large dumps of MM IIB and MM IIIA pottery. These appear to have been secondary deposits from buildings on the north side of the West Court and/or from the Palace itself. After the Kouloures were filled, early in the MM III period, the West Court was paved to its greatest extent; the Kouloures Deposits are therefore connected to the remodeling or rearrangement of the West Court, which took place in the same period. These operations could well have extended to the West Façade and the rest of the West Wing of the Palace.