AEGINA, Kampos Mylon - 2003
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Kampos Mylon (Karystinou property). E. Papastavrou (ΚΣτ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports the discovery of an underground, rock-cut chamber (7.45 x 4m) with shallow niches in each wall. Three square stone columns cut from the bedrock supported the roof. On the west wall, a narrow semi-circular set of steps continues below the neighbouring plot. On the south side of the chamber was a second opening, with a rock-cut well before it.
AD 56-59 (2001-2004), Chr. 489.
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