They've found it.....the ancient city of Greece called Tenea... a city of 4th century B.C. founded after the sack of Troy. That’s what ancient writings said, but now there is actual proof.

Unearthed after years of digging, massive city walls and clay, marble or stone floors of buildings, as well as household pottery, games, gold, copper, and a lot of coins show it was a prosperous place that thrived even into Roman times. Tenea survived the Roman destruction of nearby Corinth but might have been abandoned two centuries later under Slavic invasion. It's archaeologists who will fill in the gaps.

Something to think about…the fate of nations and cities over time.


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