In Photos: Ancient Greek Tomb With Zigzag Art Discovered

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A tomb

Credit: Photo courtesy American School of Classical Studies
Archaeologists working at the ancient city of Corinth, in Greece, have discovered a tomb that dates back about 2,800 years. It was recently published in…Read More »

the journal Hesperia. The tomb contains a limestone sarcophagus, seen here, and several pottery vessels with zigzagging designs. The sarcophagus itself contained the remains of a single person who only had some bone fragments preserved.   Less «
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