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Macedonian tomb of Eordaia opens to the public.

Macedonian tomb of Eordaia opens to the public.

Macedonian tomb of Eordaia opens to the public An important, but lesser known, tomb monument of the 4th century BC, discovered in 1987 in the village of Spilia, Kozani pprefecture in northwest Greece, will be accessible to visitors following the completion of restoration works conducted by the culture ministry’s 30th Ephorate of Prehistoric and Classical Antiquities.  The ancient Macedonian tomb […]

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Medes

Medes

Medes The Medes (Greek Μῆδοι, from an Old Persian Mādai; Assyrian Mādāyu) were an ancient Iranian people[2] who lived in the northwestern portions of present-day Iran. This area is known as Media (also Medea; Greek Μηδία, Old Persian Māda; the English adjective is Median, antiquated also Medean). They entered this region with the first wave of Iranian tribes, in the […]

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