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Kato Achaia
Kato Achaia, Giannia Street (property of D. Ioannidi). Georgia Alexopoulou (ΣΤ’ ΕΠΚΑ) reports on the discovery of buildings related to four different occupation phases, dated from the Early Hellenistic to the 1st c. BC. The older walls were made of rubble, square blocks and tile fragments. The more recent ones were less carefully built using sandstone and tile fragments (Fig. 1)....
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