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Archaeological findings (12)

Beazley Archive Pottery & Sculpture

Boust of Leonidas

SPARTI (Ancient city) LACONIA


Tomb inscription of Sosicratea

Sosicratea is mourning because she died before giving birth to her baby, so it did not have the chance to see the "sweet light of life" (Ekd. Athinon, Pausaniou Periegissis, vol 2, p. 348, note 3).


Perseus Sculpture Catalog

Votive relief

GYTHION (Ancient city) LACONIA
Collection: Athens, National Archaeological Museum

Hermes Kriophoros

SPARTI (Ancient city) LACONIA
Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, collection

Relief with a horseman

Athens, National Archaeological Museum, collection

Herakles from Sparta

Museum of Fine Arts, Boston, collection


ASSOPOS (Ancient city) LACONIA
In time there have been found important archeological findings, such as :
A. A tomb glyph, which represents a woman with a pallium and cloth with the inscription: «DAMARILI CHERE».
Β. A similar glyph «TILARION CHERE» .
C. A tomb shaft with the inscription «ANTIKRTIS».

A marble sarcophagus, which is in Papadianika.

Relics of the Roman city of Assopos, which possibly had been established over the ruins of the ancient city of Asopos, which are situated in the position Kokkines of the settlement Plitra. It is noted on the enactment of 1890 regarding the approval of the Town planning of Plitra in to 9 structural squares of the outline, accompanies the enactment with the following phrase written on it: "Ruins of an Ancient City". In the same position, of the decision of the Minister of Presidency of Government in 1966 regarding the characterization of archeological grounds and historically preserved monuments, the following phrase is written: "Wide relics of the Roman city of Assopos".

There have been found potsherds of all the periods of the Bronze Age and jar-tombs.

Floors of Roman buildings and public baths. The houses of the Kotronas of today have built-in inscriptions and they have used building materials of the ancient town.

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