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House of the Roman Mosaic

October 31, 2015
House of the Roman Mosaic

House of the Roman Mosaic

House of the Roman Mosaic

House of the Roman Mosaic

Municipality of Kollytos, through which ran Stenopos Kollytos, a 4 m wide road, was located between the hills of Areopagos and Pnyx. Other thoroughfares to The Acropolis also ran through.

Various building located here, Leschi 4th cent BC (a gathering place for the homeless),   on the site of a 6th cent BC temple, shrines and temples, large houses from 4th cent BC to 4th cent AD, House of Periandros and House of Aristosdemos (the owners are known from mortgage inscriptions incised on the external walls, House of the Roman Mosaic (2nd cent mosaic of a pair of parrots drinking water out of a vase), House of the Greek Mosaics (4th cent BC to 4th cent AD).


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