Nestor driven aground at Buckner Bay, Okinawa, by wind and heavy seas during Typhoon "Louise", 9 October 1945. The aftermath of the typhoon found this jumble of ships with Nestors bow (center of photo) through the stern of USS Ocelot (IX-110). Note the YTB alongside.
Achilles and Penthesileia by Exekias, c. 540 BC, British Museum, London
Emblem of the United States Navy
Tablet KN Fp 13, discovered by Arthur Evans
Tablet MY Oe 106 (obverse) exhibited at the Greek National Archaeological Museum.
Bottom: tracing of the inscription (obverse).
Right: Tracing of the reverse side depicting a male figure.
Griffin serving as Seal for the modern city of Pylos, which was found in a tomb near Pylos by Carl Blegen in 1963 (National Archaeological Museum of Athens)
Nestor's Palace
Warriors on a chariot. Fresco in Nestor's palace (LHIIIA/B period, around 1350 BC)
Location of Ancient Pylos ("pu-ro")
Clay tablet with its inscriptions in Linear B, discovered in Pylos (Archaeological Museum of Chora)
Foyer in the Throne room of the Palace of Nestor
Old Navarino castle
The new fortress (Neokastro)
Ancient aqueduct
Surrender of Neocastro during the Greek War of Independence by Peter von Hess
The Naval Battle of Navarino, by Ambroise Louis Garneray
Meeting between General Maison and Ibrahim Pasha in 1828 in Navarino (by Jean-Charles Langlois)
Entrance of the Neokastro in Pylos.
The aqueduct of Navarino
Galleries in arcade of the buildings surrounding the central square of the Three Admirals in Pylos
Monument to the Battle of Navarino in the central square of the Three Admirals in Pylos
View of the port and marina of Pylos
Tholos tomb at the Palace of Nestor (Tomb IV)
The Archaeological Museum of Chora
The bay and the beach of Voïdokilia
The Bay of Voïdokilia, located between the Ionian Sea, the Divari lagoon and the Navarino Bay (panoramic view from the Paleokastro)
The “Navarinia” 2018 in the port of Pylos
The Church of the Assumption of the Virgin Mary
The Church of the Transfiguration of the Savior
Lyre Player and Bird. Fresco in Nestor's palace (LHIIIB period, around 1300 BC)
Battle Scene. Fresco in Nestor's palace (LHIIIB period, around 1300 BC)

Named for Nestor (in Greek mythology, the son of Neleus, the King of Pylos and Chloris), she was the only US Naval vessel to bear the name.

- USS Nestor (ARB-6)

Chloris, wife of Neleus, king of Pylos. It is, however, not always clear whether she or the below Chloris is mentioned in this role.

- Chloris

Linear B, found mainly in the palace archives at Knossos, Cydonia, Pylos, Thebes and Mycenae, disappeared with the fall of Mycenaean civilization during the Late Bronze Age collapse.

- Linear B

LST-826 and USS LST-823, along with USS Nestor (ARB-6), three floating docks and some smaller craft, were included in the May batch, and were sold to the Oklahoma-Philippines Co. for scrapping.

- USS LST-826

Nestor along with USS LST-823, USS LST-826, three floating docks, and some smaller craft, were included in the May batch and were purchased by the Oklahoma-Philippines Company in what was referred to as the "Berry sale".

- USS Nestor (ARB-6)

The Mycenaean state of Pylos (1600–1200 BC) covered an area of 2000 km2 and had a minimum population of 50,000 according to the Linear B tablets discovered there, or even perhaps as large as 80,000–120,000.

- Pylos

Nestor : hero of Greek mythology, son of Neleus and Chloris and legendary king of Pylos. According to Homer, he is the oldest and wisest of the heroes of the Trojan War.

- Pylos

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