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Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection – Photo Gallery

Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection - Joy of Museum

Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection- Photo Gallery

The Syntagma Metro Station Archeological Collection is a museum in Athens, Greece. It is free and is located at the Syntagma station of the Athens Metro.  The collection features a variety of historical items unearthed during the process of building the underground metro train system.

Marble Grave-stone (Roman Period)

Marble Grave-stone (Roman Period) - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Marble Grave-stone (Early Roman Period)

Marble Grave-stone (Early Roman Period) - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Unguentaria – Perfume Vessels, 2nd Century BC

Unguentaria - Perfume Vessels - - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Clay Lamp 6th Century AD

Clay Lamp - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Wine Amphorae, 2nd Century BC

Wine Amphorae - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Terracotta Pipes of the Pisistradid Aqueduct, 1st – 5th Century BC

Terracotta Pipes from an Aqueduct - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Mosaic Floor 4th Century AD

Mosaic Floor - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Loom Weights, 1st Century BC

Loom Weights - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Beehive Box, 1st Century BC

Beehive Box - Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection by Joy of Museum

Syntagma Metro Station Archaeological Collection

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“Time is the wisest counsellor of all.”
– Pericles

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Photo Credit: JOM

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