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The Greek Ministry of Culture reported that a team has found the remains of the sanctuary near Amarynthos, a coastal town a couple of dozen miles northeast of Athens on the large Greek island of Euboea. Scientists and historians have spent more than a century looking for what is left of the temple, but an ancient text with inaccurate directions threw them off the trail.
They found a gallery from the northern and eastern parts of the temple that dated to the 4th century BCE, and further digging has found the “core of the sanctuary” and confirmed that the ruins are the site of the old temple, the ministry reported. The sanctuary is considered one of the most important in the island’s history.