The Thebes Archaeological Museum houses many emblematic exhibits, including the imposing ancient kouroi from the temple of Apollo in Ptoon (6th century BC), the grave stele depicting warriors at the height of battle, beautiful painted sarcophagi from Tanagra and linear B tablets. Impressive exhibits, kept in storage until now, include the completed frescoes depicting a procession of women in hunting scenes from the Orchomenos palace, artifacts from the sanctuary of Hercules, built in the 8th century BC, as well as the unique grave stele of Theodoros. There are also Byzantine mosaics dating back to the 5th century AD, which were discovered during the museum expansion work, and so much more. The project included:
Benefits: The Thebes Archaeological Museum is established as a very important museum of international caliber, that contributes to the promotion of the Region of Sterea Ellada.
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