In order to meet the current scientific demands in the contents of Classic Archaeology, the University of Crete, like every other university, must acquire its own distinctive physiognomy through cultivating various scientific sectors within the framework of so-called Greek Archaeology; the latter in spite of its importance represents only a small part of this science. Professional training must also be distinguished by scientific efficiency. The support of new scientists who expect to make a serious career in archaeology is more than a necessity as well as their specialization that will allow the distribution of work and means. Finally, archaeologists must be kept informed on the current scientific issues of their field.