Phoenician city not destroyed
"Our finds, including cooking pans, Phoenecian-style vases, small altars and pieces of looms, show Motya had a thriving population long after it is commonly believed to have been destroyed by the Ancient Greeks," said Maria Pamela Toti .
The continued life of Motya had been put forward by various archaeologists over the years but until now no proof had been found .
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