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It was finally completed in 1995. ). The collection also contains several beautiful pieces of jewelry and gold crowns found in various graves, a silver mirror, clay figurines, pottery, weapons, coins, stelae, and architectural fragments. E. Underneath one of the ancient buildings is a tomb, likely of an important person in the city. The silver ossuary and gold crown from this tomb are displayed in the museum. E. defending the city from capture by the Athenians. From the museum, signs point toward the main archaeological site, which is on the acropolis of the city.

The silver ossuary and gold crown from this tomb are displayed in the museum. E. defending the city from capture by the Athenians. From the museum, signs point toward the main archaeological site, which is on the acropolis of the city. The city had two walls: a “long wall,” which enclosed the major portion of the city, and an inner wall, which encircled the acropolis. Five Christian churches were discovered on the acropolis. Built in the second half of the 5th century, Basilica C (or Basilica Γ, the third letter in the Greek alphabet) had a nave, two aisles, and, on the east end, a semicircular apse.

Temple of Athena Nike 12. Pinakotheke 13. Athena Promachos (base) 14. Pandroseion 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20. 21. Erectheion Parthenon Temple of Augustus and Roma Altar of Athena Acropolis Museum Chalcotheke Brauronion 26 Greece mance of tragedy. These cult dramas eventually led to the development of the Greek theater. E. In the Classical period the Acropolis reached the height of its glory under the leadership of Pericles. ) were the result of his leadership. Later the Romans added only one building, the Temple of Roma and Augustus behind the Parthenon.

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