James Blake Wiener
published on 07 March 2012
An ancient Greek road has just been uncovered outside the city of Thessaloniki, in northeast Greece. Archaeologists and scholars date the marble road--"Via Egnatia"--from c. 300 BCE. Curiously, Roman tombs, containing jewels and tablets were also uncovered very close to the road. Please click here to read about this surprising "double discovery" from the South African Independent Online.
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