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Troy


The famous city described by Homeros Rediscovered by Schliemann, who can be seen as the father of modern archeology. Being the first also means he made some terrible mistakes. Wanting the treasure of king Priamus and convinced that the original Troy would be found in the lower level of the excavation, he ate his way through leaving a terrible trench

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City-walls'
City-walls
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Trojan
Trojan horse
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Troy
Troy picture
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Walls'
Walls
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information'
information
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Big
Big blocks
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panel
panel showing the east wall
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Entrance
Entrance of the city
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NE-edge'
NE-edge
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Gangway
Gangway between walls
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Remains
Remains of a temple
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base
base of a tower
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Deep
Deep digging
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Footpath'
Footpath
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NE-bastion'
NE-bastion
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Remains
Remains of a ceiling
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Fortification
Fortification wall
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Mud
Mud brick citadel wall
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Schliemann
Schliemann trench
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Table
Table with history layers
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