posted on Oct, 17 2009 @ 03:30 PM
Archaeologists have found traces of a temple built for the Greek goddess of divine retribution, Nemesis, during excavations in the ancient city of
Agora in the Aegean port city of İzmir.
Akın Ersoy of Dokuz Eylül University’s archaeology department and heading the archaeological excavations in the ancient city, told the
Anatolia news agency on Monday that they speculated there might be a temple built for Nemesis in the area.
“We found traces of such a temple during our excavations in Agora,” he said. “We want to concentrate our work to unearth the temple in the
There is so much going on today, so glad to see Archaeology live and well plus working in so many areas of our Planet.
[edit on 17-10-2009 by Aquarius1]