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Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

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Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)

Area 7, including house and the Southeast Gate.

Much more information on House 7 is available on the AIA site.

 

An ancient Greek harbor city in the Argolid (across from the modern village of Porto Cheli), Halieis was abandoned toward the end of the 4th century BCE. Excavated remains include fortification walls (as early as the 8th c. BCE), a city with an orthogonal street plan, an industrial quarter, and domestic architecture with evidence for agricultural processing. Parts of the city are now under water due to a rise in sea levels.

(Text from Pleiades; used under Creative Commons Attribution 3.0 License (cc-by).)