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Cyclades Islands, Delos, Fine Art Statue, Greece, Sculpture

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'The history of Delos is rich as it contains the most varied collection of ruins in all of Greece. Dating back to 3000BC, Neolithic dwellings prove the arrival of prehistoric settlers but the real story has it`s beginnings from around 1500BC. As recorded in the mythology of ancient Greece, Delos was believed to be the birthplace of Apollo the son of Zeus. The Mycenaeanaas of that time were first to recognize the island as a place of worship but it was the coming of the Ionians in 1100 BC where major development began. In order to acquire spiritual and political status various Ionian leagues began to compete by building elaborate temples and shrines to Apollo and other related gods. The Athenians being superior in their contributions, in 425BC decreed a purification of the island. All graves were removed and it became law that no one would be allowed to die or be born on Apollo's island.Please see some similar pictures from my lightbox:'
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