I love archaeological digs! I gladly pay the hefty charges because I understand the costs of finding and preserving. I expect clarity and detailed information. At the acropolis, I saw the numerous finds, but the explanations were virtually worthless. At the necropolis, it was easier to understand what you saw, but even there, the explanations were sadly lacking. It was our fortune to encounter two groups of archaeologists working near one another. It was our informal conversations with them that brought the site to life. We deserved a lot more for the high price we gladly paid. Because of the poor delivery of information, I found this one of the worst archaeological sites I have ever visited - despite the huge quantity of material on display. This site site should rate 4-5 points.
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