“Cyprus’ earliest known village”

Recent excavations at Ayios Tychonas-Klimonas in Limassol, Cyprus, have revealed remains of 20 circular earthen buildings arranged around a central communal building. Dating to approximately, 11,000 years ago, the village represents the earliest known village on the island.


Remains of 20 circular buildings uncovered at Cyprus’ oldest village

By Staff Reporter, Cyprus Mail

July 12, 2016

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