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A 4th or 5th-century B.C Phoenician necropolis has been found at Osuna in Southern Spain. A well-preserved underground limestone vault necropolis, where the Phoenicians living in the Iberian peninsula buried their dead, was discovered during water utility upgrades.
“Unprecedented” Phoenician necropolis found in southern Spain
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“Unprecedented” Phoenician necropolis found in southern Spain
A 4th or 5th-century B.C Phoenician necropolis has been found at Osuna in Southern Spain. A well-preserved underground limestone vault…
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  • Carl Hully

    Very cool I like my Phoenicians and Carthaginians history that much I might enquire at Vauxhall is it possible to choose where can go holiday to if I won the competition I like to go to tripoli to see all the ancient building, museums, monuments and of course the ports