Ruins of Mycenaean Acropolis

Ruins of Mycenaean Acropolis Ruins of Mycenaean Acropolis Ruins of Mycenaean Acropolis Ruins of Mycenaean Acropolis
The systematic excavations of the University of Ioannina, which started in 2000 in Kanakia unearthed an important Mycenaean centre with an acropolis, lower city, cemetery and two natural ports. The period of heyday is placed in 1300 BC and its definite abandonment in 1200 BC. The Mycenaean palace of the city was the palace of the Homeric hero Ajax. Important findings were found that confirm the commercial relations of the Mycenaean centre with faraway cities of the Mediterranean.
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