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When the waters of the Gulf of Mexico rose, they covered the pond, but the peat bottom remained intact.
There, remains of people who died thousands of years ago were perfectly preserved underwater.The site was discovered in 2016 by an amateur diver who was looking for shark's teeth but, to his surprise, found a human jawbone instead.When the diver sent a picture of his discovery to archaeologists, they recognized that a molar tooth on the bone was worn out — a clear clue that it had come from a prehistoric man.The rich and multilayered exhibition is accompanied by a bilingual catalogue in Greek and English. “Money: Tangible Symbols in Ancient Greece” runs through April 15 at the Museum of Cycladic Art (4 Neofytou Douka, Kolonaki,
Back in 93-97 BC, the public treasury didn’t hire companies to chase up customers who were behind on their payments.