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Pylos "Griffin" Warrior tomb find
Topic Started: Oct 11 2016, 12:04 PM (245 Views)
Sotirios S
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I thought this would be of interest for most here:
https://archaeologynewsnetwork.blogspot.co....fduVfxB6L1JC.97

Hopefully they will release more pictures about their finds.

Kind regards,

Sotirios.
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Matthew Amt
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Thanks for the link!

Isn't that the same grave we talked about before?
http://z8.invisionfree.com/Bronze_Age_Cent...?showtopic=2157

Hadn't seen the facial reconstruction, though.

Matthew
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Sotirios S
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Yes, it is that same tomb.

I find such reconstructions very fascinating for some reason. Like looking through a window back to the past.

Even without the reconstruction, the wealth of finds is fantastic. Hopefully there will be a publication soon(ish).

Kind regards,
Sotirios.
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