OPINION

July 14, 1959

ANTIQUITIES: Ancient works of sculpture as well as a stone inscription have been found in a vineyard owned by Giorgos Kyritsis, near a private school at Ano Limni Zofra, between Ano Liosia, Kamatero and Acharnes. The sculptures are clearly from the nearby Temple of Hercules (the Heracleion), a site that was well known to and respected by the ancient inhabitants of Attica. The antiquities have been handed over to the Ephorate of Attica Antiquities, which is headed by Evthymios Mastrokostas, who has begun to study them. The relief marble slab is 56 centimeters high, narrowing toward the top and is slightly rounded at its base. Among the 14 antiquities found at the site, which have now been removed to the National Archaeological Museum in Athens, is a headless marble statue, probably of Hercules, dating from the 4th century BC or slightly earlier. TESTIFYING FOR GLEZOS: The trial of Manolis Glezos and his accomplices, who have been charged with espionage, entered its sixth day yesterday with testimony from witnesses for the defense, chiefly parliamentary deputies from the United Democratic Left, the Democratic Union and the Liberals.