Thursday, November 29, 2012

Archaeological digs reveal evolution of Paphos theatre

"Fragments of marble sculptures from a monument consecrated to the nymphs of ancient Greek and Roman mythology have been uncovered during on-going excavations at Paphos' ancient theatre, the archaeological team in charge of the dig have announced. The 15th season of excavations into one of Cyprus’ largest ancient theatres unearthed a number of significant finds, including fragments of carved marble adornments from the stage and from a monument to the nymphs or nymphaeum. Paphos was the capital of Cyprus in Greek and Roman times and its ancient archaeological remains are on the World Heritage List."

Read the rest of the article at Cyprus Mail

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