This week, archaeologist found mysterious paw imprints in one the oldest areas in Athens, Greece.
The discovery took place near the famous place “Dexamini”, which served as a water source for the ancient inhabitants, once built by Peisistratos (approx. 550 BC) and rebuilt by the roman emperor Hadrian.
The paw obviously belonged to a middle sized dog. It´s unclear what its intention have been, whether it ran to the ancient water source or was fed by its owner. Also it is not clear whether this paw belonged to a breed or a mongrel.
The research continues, and new information will be updated.
Did you also find ancient paw prints in your area?
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