Pa-ki-ja-na is the principal religious centre in the realm of Pylos and it was settled 5 kilometres north-east from the so-called Palace of Nestor. It is mentioned especially in religious context. In addition to its presence on PY Tn 316, pa-ki-ja-na appears on Fr 1217, 1233, and Un 2. These tablets record, respectively, votive offerings of perfumed oil and the initiation ceremony of the wa-na-na.

Some references on pa-ki-ja-na include:

M. Del Freo, I censimenti di terreni nei testi in Lineare B di Pilo, 2006.

R. Guglielmino 1982 , Pa-ki-ja-ne, la ierapoli di Pilo, SMEA 23, 141-194.

T. Palaima, Sacrificial Feasting in the Linear B Documents, in J. Wright (ed.), The Mycenaean Feast (= Hesperia 73).

A.P. Sainer 1976, An index of the place names at Pylos, SMEA 17, 17-63.