This undated photo provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Tuesday shows remains of walls and floors, probably from houses, from the lost ancient city of Tenea. Photo: AP This undated photo provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Tuesday shows remains of walls and floors, probably from houses, from the lost ancient city of Tenea. Photo: AP
This undated photo provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Tuesday shows remains of walls and floors, probably from houses, from the lost ancient city of Tenea. Photo: AP

Lost city of Tenea, reputed home of Trojan war captives, is discovered in Greece

  • The citizens of the city, previously known mostly from ancient texts, appear to have been ‘remarkably affluent’

Topic |   Archaeology
This undated photo provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Tuesday shows remains of walls and floors, probably from houses, from the lost ancient city of Tenea. Photo: AP This undated photo provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Tuesday shows remains of walls and floors, probably from houses, from the lost ancient city of Tenea. Photo: AP
This undated photo provided by the Greek Ministry of Culture on Tuesday shows remains of walls and floors, probably from houses, from the lost ancient city of Tenea. Photo: AP
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