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22 October 2001
Ancient tombs found in Cyprus

Four ancient tombs were found in Limassol (Cyprus) during work on the town's sewers. The Antiquities Department says the Bronze Age tombs are of significant archaeological value. Several vases and human skeletons were found in the tombs, and were removed to be cleaned and dated.
      The tombs were discovered on Zachaiou Road, which has been closed off and is being guarded while the Antiquities Department continues to investigate the find.

Source: Cyprus Mail (4 October 2001)

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