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   classicman  Sunday Aug 28 08:32 AM

August 28, 2016 - Greek Mosaics

"Imagine the thrill of unearthing three ancient greek mosaics dating back 2,220 years ago. Back in 2014, Professor Kutalmış Görkay of Ankara University and his team of archeologists discovered three ancient greek mosaics in the Turkish city of Zeugma near the boarders of Syria."
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Gravdigr  Sunday Aug 28 03:48 PM

Still looks pretty good after twenty centuries under the dirt.



captainhook455  Sunday Aug 28 08:32 PM

Obviously there is more under the ash. Think where our technology would be today if the Minoans weren't destroyed by fallout from a volcano. Great civilizations wiped out by tidal wave.

tarheel



elSicomoro  Sunday Aug 28 08:37 PM

It's all Greek to me



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