Archaeologists on the island of Crete discovered the ruins of a building that was part of an ancient theater complex.
The Greek Newsbomb website states that archaeologists studying the ruins of the ancient city of Lissos have discovered the ruins of a building that was part of an ancient theater complex.
Experts believe that this building was used for music competitions or city council meetings. And that the building was built in the first century AD, when Greece was annexed to the Roman Empire.
Experts add: The building was damaged in the fourth century due to earthquakes and floods. Next to the building are the remains of an amphitheater, and to the north of it are the ruins of the temple of Asclepius, the god of healing.
The ancient city of Lissos is located on the island of Crete, and since the fifties of the last century, excavations and excavations have been carried out here, and artifacts found in the archaeological museums of the island are stored.