Greek archaeologists locate lost ancient city of Tenea

Greek archaeologists locate lost ancient city of Tenea

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A city thought to be founded by survivors of the Trojan War has been located in Greece. After years of excavations, archeologists have collected tangible evidence of a city that previously only existed in ancient texts.
The ruins of a housing settlement and dozens of rare coins have confirmed the location of the ancient city of Tenea, Greece’s culture ministry said.
Excavations at a site in the southern Greek region of Peloponnese turned up “proof of the existence of the ancient city,” the ministry said in a statement.

A city thought to be founded by survivors of the Trojan War has been located in Greece. After years of excavations, archeologists have collected tangible evidence of a city that previously only existed in ancient texts.
The ruins of a housing settlement and dozens of rare coins have confirmed the location of the ancient city of Tenea, Greece’s culture ministry said.
Excavations at a site in the southern Greek region of Peloponnese turned up “proof of the existence of the ancient city,” the ministry said in a statement.

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