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Ancient Greek Heritage Uncovered at the Black Sea Coast of Bulgaria

bulgaria ancient Greece Ancient ruins in Sozopol, Bulgaria. Credit: Mister No/Wikimedia Commons/CC BY 3.0

Ancient Greek heritage from six centuries before Christ has been uncovered by archaeologists exploring the ancient Hellenic colony of Apollonia Pontica in modern-day Bulgaria.

According to the Archaeology in Bulgaria news site, the dig has uncovered the well-preserved remains of a dwelling as well as artifacts that include a special wine vessel showing the classical Greek myth of Oedipus and the Sphinx.

The finds were made during high-priority excavations near the Black Sea town of Sozopol, Bulgaria inside the Old Town Archaeological Preserve on the Skamni Peninsula.

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