The sunken city !!!
A sunket city was discovered that connected ANCIENT GREECE WITH EGYPT.
After 1200 years, a legendary city mentioned by Homer, buried at the bottom of the Mediterranean Sea on the coast of Egypt, comes to light.
The Thonis, in ancient Egypt, Heraklion, in ancient Greece, is a mythical city in Egypt which “swallowed” the Mediterranean and was buried in sand and mud for about 1200 years now.
For centuries, archaeologists believed that the city was nothing more than a myth because of the fabulous wealth mentioned in Homer. It was the city that according to legend Helen and Paris were visited.In reality Thonis – Heraklion was a real city began to reveal the identity of ten years archaeologists who are now able to have an image of how the city looked like at the time of the Pharaohs.
The city has two names disappeared under the Mediterranean sea about 1200 before it was discovered after investigations launched in the Egyptian coastline ten years ago. During this time, archaeologists began to have a more clear picture of the shopping streets and the city’s relations in the classical era, considering that the city was the main customs station where traded goods between Egypt and Greece and in other parts of Mediterranean.
Today archaeologists unearth all the mysteries of the city discovering the very miraculous findings that these in turn reveal the lively history of this port of classical antiquity.