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Impressive circular Neolithic building discovered in Cyprus

Impressive circular Neolithic building discovered in Cyprus

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Aceramic Neolithic site discovered in Cyprus. The announcement followed the completion of the 2019 archaeological mission of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki in Troodos mountains. Aceramic Neolithic site discovered in Cyprus Republic of Cyprus Department of Antiquities of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works has announced the completion of the 2019 archaeological mission of the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki (AUTH) in Troodos mountains. The team, under the direction of Professor Nikos Efstratiou, consisted of undergraduate and postgraduate students of the Archaeology Section of the AUTH History and Archaeology Department and Cypriot researcher Demetris Kyriakou. This year, the site of Agios Ioannis/Vretsia-Upper Rhoudias a site in the upper part of Xeros River terrace in an upland area of Pafos District (elevation: 460 m.), which was first discovered during the 2018 excavation season, was further investigated The 2019 excavations revealed an impressive…
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