Archeologists uncover ancient tomb on the island of Ikaria

18 October 2016
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An ancient tomb dating back to the 5th century BC has been discovered in the area of Prospera on Ikaria. A number of artifacts, including pottery from Attica, have been recovered.

According to the supervisor of the local Antiquities Ephorate of Samos Panagiotis Hatzidakis, the find allows a glimpse into the island’s unknown history.

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