Artemis it is reported by the sources as Myrina's patron saint. The construction work of big hotel in north of Myrjna towards the beach of Avlona, led to the discovery of the sanctuary of Tavropolou Artemis.The sanctuary consists of a central building with paved outdoor space, from both sides of which auxiliary rooms for adoration are opened. The discoveries that are dated from the 7th century B.C. and include ceramic figurines among which effigies of bulls and relic of sacrifice of a young bull, are exposed in the museum of Myrina.
This text is cited Sept 2003 from the Municipality of Moudros URL below.
Outside the castle's walls in the Eastern side are found the ruins of a Neolithic
settlement with appreciable elements of precocious urban planning.
In Riha Nera of Myrina, interesting elements and building relic of a centre of
Precocious Copper era came up thanks to the continuing researches, very probably
with parallel historical way with that of Poliohnis'.
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