Coins, mead mug, and utensils found at Heraclea

Published on July 10th, 2009 | by Admin


A collection of artifacts found at Heraclea in Macedonia, have revealed that the settlement did not ended a few centuries later than previously thought.

The intensive excavations of Heraklea point to new evidence about the settlement. Nasuh says that the unearthing of the South Wall has revealed that life in the settlement did not end in the 6th century B.C. but lasted a few more centuries.

“Unearthing of the South Wall is opening new evidence and findings speaking of the life in Heraklea not having ended in the 6th century B.C. Rather, it continued for at least two or three centuries and ended in the late 3rd century B.C.”

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