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Aerial photography of the archaeological site
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Dimini
The archaeological site of Dimini includes the Neolithic settlement on the hilltop and the Mycenaean township in the plain east and southeast of the hill. In the former, only the houses' stone foundations are preserved over an area of approximately 30,000 square metres. This organized community was contained within six concentric stone enclosures, an architectural feature unique to this site. These enclosures were built successively: three round the central court, followed by three more. The enclosures ...
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See also
Other monuments of the archaeological site
The Mycenaean palace at Dimini
House N (House of the baby)
Tholos tomb "Lamiospito" at Dimini