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Two testaments to the glorious past of Kefalonia during the Mycenaean period are the burial grounds at Mazarakata and Lakithra, and the imposing vaulted tomb in the area Tzannata near Poros. The first cluster of graves is the largest of its kind, including 16 tomb chambers and 83 tombs. From the second come most of the artifacts that adorn the...
Overlooking modern Argostoli, on a hill about 1 km from the city, the remains of Krani, one of the four main city-states of ancient Kefalonia, still dominate the landscape. Part of the mighty Cyclopean fortifications of the ancient citadel survive to this day. One level down are traces of a temple dedicated to the goddess Demeter and her...
The archaeological site of Sami is divided into two sections. High in the eastern hills, towering over the modern-day namesake city, stand a large part of the ancient fortifications and gates, and down in central points of the city of Sami are scattered significant findings that have come to light in excavations. The latter include four ancient...
A dip at the beautiful beach of Skala can be followed by a visit to this rather fascinating site: the well-preserved Roman villa, which belonged to a wealthy Roman landowner.
An interesting choice of subject for the home decor of a wealthy landowner, one of the mosaics depicts Envy, intended perhaps to moderate the feelings of any visitors...