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An ancient Greek text that has been preserved for over a century has been discovered in the ancient city of Crete.
The inscriptions on a copperplate dating from about 450 BC were discovered by researchers from the Museum of Archaeology and Ethnography in Crete in 2014.
The copperplate dates to the Late Period of the Bronze Age.
It was discovered in an underground cave in the city of Ulysses.
The inscription reads: “A bronze tablet containing the name of one who is in charge of the palace and the treasury of the city.
He is known as the Great One, and is the guardian of the treasury and the palace.””
We were lucky enough to find this inscribed in a cave in Ulyssess.
The inscriptions are very old, dating back to the Bronze and Classical Period,” archaeologist Nikos Soudas, who is also the head of the museum’s research team, told Vice News.
The team was able to decipher the inscription from the copperplate, which had been partially unearthed in 2011.
Soudas said the inscription has been dated to the late Bronze Age and comes from the area around the port of Abydos.
The port has been used by merchants and a trading hub for more than 3,000 years.
Sudanese antiquities specialist Saad Abou Abboud was the lead archaeologist on the project.
The project’s first discovery was made when the researchers used a 3D scanner to scan the copper plate, which was in a basement of the Museum.
The scanning machine took about six minutes to scan, which enabled them to determine that the inscription was made up of two lines.
Soumya, the assistant archaeologist who is conducting the study at the Ulysse temple, said the text contains the names of three people.
They are known as Kyrios, Sisyphus and Orestes.
These names are the same as the ones that were inscribed in the famous inscription by Greek poet Homer in 480 BC.
“It’s a very rare find,” Soumya told Vice.
“There were no such inscriptions in the area.
It’s a treasure.”
Souda said that the text is believed to have been written by a writer called Sophocles.
The inscription is written in the form of a rhyme and it was composed in the fourth century BC.
There are no written records from the period of the Greek Empire, but Souda hopes that the ancient writing will help archaeologists trace the origins of the region’s culture and its people.
“The inscription has so much importance because it’s a rich text, which has survived for over 450 years.
It contains a lot of important information,” he said.