Category Archives: Cyprus

Ancient Pagan Ritualistic Artifacts Discovered in Israel Show a Link With Mycenaean Greece

Archaeologists working in a planned construction area for the Israel Antiquities Authority have discovered more than 100 artifacts that were used in ancient pagan rituals. 3,500-year-old incense vessels and decorative ritual cups were found buried in a rock hollow. Professor … Continue reading

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Four Undisturbed Clay Coffins Discovered in Cyprus

A construction crew in Cyprus working on a sidewalk has accidentally uncovered four clay coffins dating from between 300 BC and 100 AD. The period corresponds to the late Hellenistic and early Roman periods. Cyprus’ Antiquities Department director, Maria Hadjicosti, … Continue reading

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