Shipwreck's secret solved after five-year conservation
published on 20 March 2012
Scholars have revealed that artwork and tons of pillars and winch barrels that were discovered by underwater archaeologist and researcher Can Pulak in 1993 close to the Aegean district of Çeşme originally came from Apollon Temple in Claros. This photo... [continue reading]
Posted by on March 20, 2012, 13:00.
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