Byzantine-era pottery kilns revealed during works in northern Greece

June 26, 2019 - General

Two well-preserved kilns of the Byzantine era were discovered in the area Gratsani in Kozani, northern Greece, during works for the construction of a sub-station at the West Askio wind farm. The archaeologists that made the discovery believe that the kilns, along with the ancient warehouses found on the site, belong to a Byzantine-era pottery workshop.

Credit: Kozani Antiquities EphorateAccording the head of the Kozani Antiquities…

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