Medieval remains and pottery found in Georgia monastery

Archaeologists working on the excavation at the church of Ayios Nikolaos, on the site of the 10th century Georgian Monastery, at Gialia village in Paphos, have discovered four ossuaries containing human remains.

Also discovered were clay vessels and pottery dating to the 12th through 15th centuries. The dig was directed by David Mindorashvili and funded by the Georgian National Office for the Conservation of Cultural Heritage.