Near Egypt, archaeologists have discovered temple ruins and artifacts.

Arkeonews writes about it.

The remains of the sunken city of Thonis-Heracleon lie underwater, at a distance of 7 kilometers from the modern Egyptian coast. For many centuries, this city served as the main Mediterranean port of Egypt until the founding of Alexandria by Alexander the Great.

The temple in question is dedicated to the Egyptian god of air, Amun. Its destruction is associated with a catastrophic event, which, according to the IEASM, occurred in the middle of the second century BC.

It turned out that the temple, dedicated to the Greek goddess of love, Aphrodite, was discovered thanks to the finds of various bronze and ceramic idols. This find is of great historical importance, as it highlights the presence of the Greeks, who were allowed to engage in trade and establish settlements within the city during the era of the pharaohs of the Sait dynasty (664-525 BC). Weapons belonging to Greek mercenaries were also found.

Earlier it became known that in Poland, archaeologists excavated the grave of a 400-year-old "vampire" child.