Clay tablet with verses from Homer’s ‘Odyssey’, discovered in ancient Olympia, among top finds of 2018
A clay tablet dating to the 3rd century AD or earlier, on which the first 13 verses of Homer’s “Odyssey” are chiseled, is among the “Top 10” finds of 2018, the US scholarly magazine Archaeology notes this week.
The tablet was discovered last July at the ancient Olympia archaeological site in the northwest Peloponnese, the setting for the Olympic Games during antiquity.
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