Etruscan Tomb Paintings and Sarcophagi
These two large Etruscan cemeteries reflect different types of burial practices from the 9th to the 1st century BC, and bear witness to the achievements of Etruscan culture. Wich over nine centuries d...
Kynos
Kynos or Cynus (Ancient Greek: Κύνος) is an ancient settlement site with finds of the Bronze and Early Iron Age, which was discovered on the edge of the town of Livanates in Central Greece. The ...
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Etruscan Tomb Paintings and Sarcophagi
These two large Etruscan cemeteries reflect different types of burial practices from the 9th to the 1st century BC, and bear witness to the achievements of Etruscan culture. Wich over nine centuries d...
Thracian tomb Shushmanets
The Thracian tomb at Shushmanets Mound is a masterpiece of Thracian architecture. It was built as a temple in the 4th century BC and later used as a tomb.
The temple has a long and wide entry corr...
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Thracian tomb Helvetia
The Thracian tomb "Helvetia" mound near Shipka, Bulgaria, was built in the middle of the 4th century BC.
The walls of the tomb's entrance corridor are made of stone. After this corridor an antecha...
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Mynydd Maendy
Mynydd Maendy (translation: Maindy Mountain) is a hilltop and moorland, near Gilfach Goch, in south Wales, to the southwest of Tonyrefail. As with the Maindee district of Newport the name derives from...
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Blera
Blera is a small town and comune in the northern Lazio region of Italy near Rome, known during the Middle Ages as Bieda, an evolved form of its ancient name, which was restored in the twentieth centur...
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Toumba (Thessaloniki)
Toumba is a quarter of east side Thessaloniki, Greece. It is divided into Ano Toumba and Kato Toumba (Upper and Lower Toumba) by a flume, and it is part of 4th Division of Thessaloniki Municipality. I...
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Stone circle (Iron Age)
The stone circles of the Iron Age (ca. 500 BC – ca. 400 AD) were a characteristic burial custom of southern Scandinavia, especially on Gotland and in Götaland during the Pre-Roman Iron Age and t...
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Eleutherna
Eleutherna (Greek: Ἐλεύθερνα), also called Apollonia(Greek: Ἀπολλωνία), was an ancient city-state in Crete, Greece, which lies 25 km southeast of Rethymno in Rethymno regional unit. Archaeologis...
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Lefkandi
Lefkandi (Modern Greek: Λευκαντί) is a coastal village on the island of Euboea, Greece. Archaeological finds attest to a settlement on the promontory locally known as Xeropolis, while several associat...
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Kerameikos
Keramikos (Greek: Κεραμεικός) is an area of Athens, Greece, located to the northwest of the Acropolis, which includes an extensive area both within and outside the ancient city walls, on both side...
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Dreros
Dreros (Ancient Greek: Δρῆρος), also (representing Modern Greek pronunciation) Driros, near Neapoli in the regional unit of Lasithi, Crete, is a post-Minoan archaeological site, 16 km northw...
Ljubljanica
The Ljubljanica ([ljuˈbljaːnitsa]), known in the Middle Ages as the Ljubija, is a river in the southern part of the Ljubljana Basin in Slovenia. The capital of Slovenia, Ljubljana, lies on the river. ...
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Ventry
Ventry (Irish: Ceann Trá), an anglicization of Fionntrá, is a Gaeltacht village in County Kerry, Ireland. Located on the Dingle Peninsula, 7 kilometres west of Dingle, the village of Ventry was on...
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Nesactium
Nesactium (Istrian dialect: Vizače, Croatian: Nezakcij, Italian: Nesazio) was an ancient fortified town of the Histrii tribe. Its ruins are located in southern Istria, Croatia, between the village of ...
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Etruscan Arch
12°23′22.8″E / 43.11444°N 12.389667°E / 43.11444; 12.389667The Etruscan Arch or Arch of Augustus is one of seven gates in the Etruscan wall of Perugia. It was constructed in t...
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