New Archaeological Findings of Apollo Sanctuary on Greek Island

New excavation work at an Archaic sanctuary site on an Aegean Sea islet unearthed important findings about its size and organization, Greece’s Culture Ministry announced on Wednesday.

Excavations on the small uninhabited islet of Despotiko –located off the popular island of Antiparos— have started in 1977 when archaeologists unearthed a large religious sanctuary dating to around 6th Century BC. More intensive work between May and July this year has led archaeologists to important findings about the sanctuary’s organization, the Ministry said.

Findings date as far back as the 8th and 9th Century BC. The sanctuary seems to have been devoted to god Apollo, as the traces of religious worship indicate. Read more.

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Phoenix: He grasps on to the phone as though it’s a lifeline. A sinking feeling of despair pools in his stomach, and he can feel his breathing grow ragged. The world spins around him, but he knows he has to focus on whatever it takes to get you back home to him. He calls Edgeworth and the Detective, and together they work to find you.

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she was my wild girl with wild hair and wild eyes 
and she tamed the wolves we threw her to 
when the night came she crept with scars
her feet, her hands were always marked 

we watched her sing the night and dance the moon
she hunted stars across the pitch trailing sparks like a comet 
and she cast in silver with music and bows
walked on dreams to simply cast in souls 

—  // a.j.b