One Hundred Years of Preventing Hispanic Archeology in Greece

National researchers feel like “refugees” in the Greek country, forced to publish their findings to international entities. “A dig in Greece is a dig into the history of Spain itself,” they tell the ABC

Many researchers have done archaeological work in the city of Tenea, according to the legend that Agamemnon founded for Trojan prisoners. The first results appeared in 1984 EFE
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