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There are also portions of some Roman pillars still standing.
At the far end of the site is a castle housing a small museum that includes some artifacts uncovered at the temple site.
They depict gods, goddesses, hunting scenes, and blessings of the home.
Considered to contain some of the most intact and beautiful ancient mosaics in the Eastern Mediterranean, Paphos Mosaics is a “must” stop for anyone in Paphos.
The mosaics form part of an indoor and outdoor complex of ancient villas.
Some archaeologists believe that where the Kamares aqueduct stands now there was once a Roman aqueduct used to supply water to ancient Kition (modern-day Larnaka).
What scientists can agree on is that the aqueduct that is there now was built in 1746 by the Turkish governor of Larnaka.
These tombs weren’t actually used to bury kings, but they are certainly fit for them.
The site is a grand necropolis created from the solid rock.It has been completely restored and is still used for performances.Many of the mosaics in the villas are in superb condition.Of all the exhibits, the terracota human figures from the Bronze Age are the most impressive.There are over 2,000 of these human and animal forms on display, each in amazingly good condition.From 1571 to 1878 Cyprus was under Ottoman control, but managed to retain its Hellenistic cultural identity.Now let’s skip to the island’s most significant piece of modern history: Turkey invaded Cyprus on July 20th, 1974. (and almost every Greek Cypriot you ask) Turkey’s occupation of northern Cyprus is illegal.As with any topic, it’s best to start at the beginning…Archaeological evidence has demonstrated that Cyprus has been inhabited since prehistory.The Classical, Hellenestic and Roman periods (480-330 AD) saw Persian control come and go with Alexander the Great’s plan to reconquer the East.Eventually polytheism died out beginning in 45 AD and the island was converted to Christianity by the Apostles Paul and Barnabas.