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Stoa of Eumenes in the South Slope of the Acropolis  
Stoa of Eumenes
 
 
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The Sanctuary and the Theatre of Dionysos Eleuthereus, general view  
Dionysos Eleuthereus Shrine
 
 
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Overall view of the Asklepieion  
Asclepeion
 
 
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The presentstate of St. Paraskevi, after the recent discovery of the apsis of the sanctum. View from the west.  
St. Paraskevi Chapel
 
 
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Choregic Monument of Nikias. View from the east  
Choregic Monument of Nikias
 
 
 
Theater of Dionisos Eleuthereos
 
 
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View of the Choregic Monument of Thrasyllos  
Choregic Monument of Thrasyllos
In the middle of the vertical carved rock above the Theatre of Dionysos, is the cave of the choregic monument of Thrasyllos. Pausanias refers to it indirectly, informing us that a representation of Apollo and Artemis slaughtering the children of Niobe decorated its interior.
The choregic monument of Thrasyllos consisted of a marble facade in front of the natural cave. Éts facade consisted of two door openings, with antae and a central pillar, a Doric architrave with continuous guttae, an ionic ...