Herakleion


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Herakleion

(Greek heˈraːkliɔn) or

Heraklion

n
(Placename) variants of Iráklion
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There are artifacts from Canopus and Herakleion, Islamic artifacts such as doors inlaid with mother-of-pearl, Coptic steel and friezes, tableware, jeweler and medals.
Other chapters analyze the finds of all types, with complete concordances included for the excavated area of Tholos B, the Herakleion Museum numbers and catalog numbers, and an exhaustive bibliography.
As of March 27 code-shared flights start to and from Larnaca and Paphos as well as Athens, Rhodes, Herakleion and Thessaloniki.
1500 BCE, in the Archaeological Museum in Herakleion.
Location: Herakleion (Iraklio), with excursions to Rethymnon and Knossos.
2000: A Greek city totally preserved and complete with houses, shrines and statues, was discovered beneath the sea in Herakleion, Greece.
Catalogue of pottery from the Bronze and Early Iron Age settlement of Vrokastro in the collections of the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology & Anthropology and the Archaeological Museum, Herakleion, Crete (Reports on the Vrokastro Area, Eastern Crete Vol.
This documentary details a fascinating attempt to prove what happened to Alexandria, Menouthis and Herakleion,giving the viewer amazing insights into the empires of the Greeks,Romans and Egyptians.
NEAR the bottom of the southern Mediterranean lie the ruins of Alexandria, Menouthis and Herakleion.
Built in the 7th or 6th Century BC, Herakleion -- named for Hercules -- was Egypt's only free port, where foreign cultures, namely Greek, mingled with the Egyptian to create a truly unique city.
He'd found the fabled Egyptian coastal city of Herakleion, which sunk more than 1,300 years ago.