Via Reuters. Archaeologists, led by University of Tubingen professor Ernst Pernicka, have found a burial dated by nearby pottery fragments to around 1200 BCE. Radiocarbon dating is expected to confirm that dating. Pernicka believes the location of the burial (near a mote) supports a larger perimeter for the city of Troy than previously theorized. Interesting stuff.
September 22, 2009
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