In many regards, archaeology of the Aegean Bronze Age can be considered to be at the forefront of sensory archaeology. The first part of this chapter summarises some of the main developments in the field along three thematic lines: food and drink; death; experience of place. The second part is based around a case study of an Early Minoan I house from Priniatikos Pyrgos in eastern Crete, and considers how to carry out a sensorially informed presentation of primary data from an excavation that is not a palace, a tomb or another ‘special’ site of the type that have been the usual focus of such expositions.