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Charkadio Cave

CHARKADIO CAVE. Excavations conducted by paleontologists Nikolaos Simeonidis and Georgios Theodoros brought to light in 1971 Neolithic tools and bones of dwarf elephants and of a deer, dating back to 8000-7000 B.C. The area is covered with volcanic lava. The uncovered findings are displayed at the Paleontological Museum (Athens University Campus).

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