Tuesday 15th June 2021

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    • Greek archaeologists uncover first remnants of ancient city of Tenea first-remnants-of-ancient-city-of-tenea

      A team of Greek archaeologists has just uncovered the first remnants of a once lost city believed to have been founded by former Trojan prisoners of war in the 12th or 13th century BC. Excavations close to the village of Chiliomodi, in the southern peninsula region of the Peloponnese, unearthed a wide variety of artifacts which indicate the presence of the wealthy ancient city of Tenea.                       Western portion of the excavation site, showing remnants of the city of Tenea Credit: Greek Culture Ministry Boy unearths lost treasure of 10th century...