ARGOS - Bousoulopoulou Street - 2005
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Argos, Bousoulopoulou Street (O. T. Γ412, property of Th. Papathanasiou). G. Tsekes (5th EBA) reports the discovery of fifth- to sixth-century AD walls on a plot 90m from an Early Christian church (on the Florou property), 30m northwest of an Early Christian baptistery (on the Perdikari property), and next to plots on which Early Christian graves and building remains have previously been discovered. A strongly-built wall ran east-west across the plot: built of re-used large stone blocks in cemetery, it included spolia such as a triglyph block and two column capitals. Two north-south cross walls of the same construction defined a room at the east end. Further spolia were recovered, including a kioniskos, a column capital and part of an Early Christian kioniskos, and a fragment of Roman sculpture.
AD 60 (2005) Chr. 306.
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