Thousands of years later, Greek archaeological finds still delight professionals and the world with their wonder, luring researchers – many from other countries – hoping to unlock secrets the past, the way Greeks lived and how they achieved so much without electricity, power tools, computers and modern devices, using mathematics and engineering and their hands
On Despotiko islet, in the Cyclades near Antiparos, two new buildings, a probable courtyard, fifteen black-glazed oil lamps and other distinctive 6th-century-BC ceramic and metal artifacts were discovered the Archaic-era Apollo sanctuary of Mandra.
Here’s an amazing aerial video of Despotiko island.
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(Photo by Culture Ministry via Eurokinissi)