Agia Thecla

In Aghia Thekla, at the Cape of Agios Ioannis, a vaulted tomb of the Mycenaean period (13th century BC) was discovered and dug up, which included many vases, weapons and jewelery among its villas.

Finding the tomb indicates the influence of Mycenaean civilization on the island.

3 thoughts on “Agia Thecla”

  1. Very very nice blog !!

    2018-08-11 6:43 GMT+02:00 Tinos :

    > loukas Van Cleemput posted: “In Aghia Thekla, at the Cape of Agios > Ioannis, a vaulted tomb of the Mycenaean period (13th century BC) was > discovered and dug up, which included many vases, weapons and jewelery > among its villas. Finding the tomb indicates the influence of Mycenaean > civ” >

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