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... was about religion and worship, again there were many clay figurines of the Greek gods, a very interesting lead scroll about 10x4cms with a spell written on it on the occasion of someone's marriage. The agora came next (workshops and business street), there were all sorts if storage jars, measuring weights gold rings designed as seals, coins made from, gold, silver and bronze, pens and writing implements a massive collection. The final part of the exhibit was the finds from the ...
... us, the SIM card was fitted and after an hour it wouldn't connect, we tried it in another device and it was fine, were not sure what is going off! He suggested that we tried Vodafone,across the road, good coverage but more expensive, We went across and joined the queue, a pleasant young lady went through the same process, it wouldn't work, however she rang technical support, after an hour and a half the battery died, we ...
... made it the capital, there is a museum and ruins if ancient structures remain on sites around the village. We arrived at 3.40 pm, the museum closes at 4.00pm, never mind we will come back in the morning, but the opening times states it is closed Mondays. If we really want to visit we will have a day to kill tomorrow. We took a track out if the village to find a place to park, along this track are the remains of the Royal Palace, it is ...
... go to a supermarket in Greece on a Saturday?? We would never do that in the UK. The shop was very busy, we didn't know where anything was and when you are trying to look at what's on offer you always seem to be in someone's way, it turned out up be very stressful. We had lunch and drove to Epanomi, a village with swimmable beaches and two churches with lavish icons on the coast about 25 km away, we plan to visit the winery here tomorrow. We find a camping spot on the beach, you ...
... overlook the Thermaic Gulf that fed into the Aegean Sea, but thousands of years of river silting have pushed the site about 20 kilometers inland (the same thing has happened to a lot of the sites I saw in Turkey, such as Ephesos and Miletos).
Finally, I walked back down through the town and found myself the sole visitor at the archaeological site proper. The workers and excavators seem to be focusing a lot of their attention on the ancient agora (marketplace) ...