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Ceramics from the ruins of a medieval temple on Mount Aquy (near New Athos)

On 11 December 2019, during the examination of the ruins of a medieval temple on Mount Aquy (near New Athos), it was found that on the east side unknown persons partially demolished the apse debris, various fragments of ceramics were thrown on it’s top, in a total there were 27 parts. 13 fragments of them are the fragments of a ceramic roof (tile). 10 fragments are supposedly also roof fragments. 4 fragments of ceramic dishes (a fragment of a handle, a fragment of a pithos and two fragments of thin-walled dishes).