Athens underground

September 1994
Archaeology;Sep/Oct94, Vol. 47 Issue 5, p18
Reports on the archaeological discoveries during the construction of the Athens Metro subway system in Greece. Discovery of the Eridanos River bed and an ancient road; Bronze statue casting pits; Evidence of original use as a cemetery.


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