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Ithaca theory gains support

Geoscientist February 2007
Ted Nield reports on the results of an offshore seismic survey and the first borehole to test the hypothesis that the Paliki peninsula of the Greek island of Kefalonia was once Homer’s Ithaca… Read More

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Even closer to finding Ithaca

Geotimes January 2007
Megan Sever finds that researchers are several steps closer to finding Homer’s Ithaca, thanks to new results released today from geological tests that support the hypothesis that the ancient kingdom of Ithaca may in fact be on western Kefalonia… Read More

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First results

London, January 9 2007: Compelling new evidence revealed about the location of Homer’s Ithaca. Results of new geological work which supports the Odysseus Unbound theory… Read More

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