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Bee Goddess, 7th century BCE, Crete. Greek archaeologists found an ancient skeleton covered with gold foil in a grave. The team discovered more than 3,000 pieces of gold foil in the twin grave near the ancient town of Eleutherna. The tiny gold ornaments, from 1 to 4 centimeters (0.4 to 1.5 inches) long, had been sewn onto a lavish robe or shroud that initially wrapped the body of a woman and has almost completely rotted away but for a few off-white threads.

Bee Goddess, 7th century BCE, Crete. Greek archaeologists found an ancient skeleton covered with gold foil in a grave. The team discovered more than 3,000 pieces of gold foil in the twin grave near the ancient town of Eleutherna. The tiny gold ornaments, from 1 to 4 centimeters (0.4 to 1.5 inches) long, had been sewn onto a lavish robe or shroud that initially wrapped the body of a woman and has almost completely rotted away but for a few off-white threads.

Fanouropita – a Greek olive oil and orange cake for the patron saint of lost things

Fanouropita – a Greek olive oil and orange cake for the patron saint of lost things

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