Ancient Greek Town Unearthed Near Grevena, Northern Greece

The remnants of an ancient Greek town, including public buildings and grave sites, have been located at a site near the town of Grevena in northern Greece.

Artifacts from the site date all the way from the sixth century BC to the seventh century AD. The ancient city was uncovered after one year of excavations conducted by the Catalan Institute of Classical Archaeology (ICAC) in collaboration with the Antiquities Ephorate of Grevena.

The digs are part of a 5-year plan to excavate the site, which will likely uncover many more ancient treasures.

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