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... sup> and 12th BC and spread to all the known sites of this period in the Mediterranean basin.
On the road from modern Mycenae to the acropolis we visited one of the most important of the Mycenean monuments—the Treasury of Atreus.
The treasury is the most representative and best-preserved example of a tholos tomb (1250 BC) and is believed (or, perhaps, hoped) to be the burial place of Agamemnon.
The entrance is ...
... to understand why they cannot go to the Cyclades.
Since Sunsail have failed to be bothered to inform the clients that the route has changed and have left me high and dry I have decided to just do what a twenty something newbie skipper would do and push all the complaints back towards the management. One client told me that I had better be prepared to have every client for the rest of the season ...
... marketplace), cisterns, ruins from an ancient synagogue that include an inscription of a menorah, and the ancient Bema (place for public addresses, called the “tribunal” in Acts of the Apostles) where Paul spoke to the Corinthians. (Paul was also in Corinth when he wrote his letter to the Thessalonians).
Typically, the most memorable things of a trip like this one are the things that happen that aren’t planned ahead ...
... the Temple of Apollo which is the most striking structure in the city. We then viewed the Agora and we viewed the remains if the Fountain of Peirene. Once we left Corinth, we headed back to the city of Athens and went to the Acropolis to see the Parthenon. On our way we visited the Corinth canal which was a beautiful site. This site was huge and absolutely amazing!!! We finally arrived to the Acropolis. ...
... kind enough to pull splinters out of my butt! After lunch we went to the canal. The canal was created for boats to short cut through. Currently though it was too narrow for most serious boat. Apparently in the past when the canal became too narrow they would carry (somehow) the boat through. Apparently this was easier than going around. We took more photos before parting ways. It was a nice little detour. Next to ...
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