Monuments reported by ancient authors PRASSIES (Ancient city) LEONIDION - GTP - Greek Travel Pages

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Monuments reported by ancient authors (4)

Ancient sanctuaries

Sanctuary of Asclepius

The temples here are those of Asclepius and of Achilles, in whose honor they hold an annual festival.

Sanctuary of Achilles

The temples here are those of Asclepius and of Achilles, in whose honor they hold an annual festival.

Ancient statues

Statues of the Dioscuri or of the Corybantes

There is a small promontory at Brasiae, which projects gently into the sea; on it stand bronze figures, not more than a foot high, with caps on their heads. I am not sure whether they consider them to be Dioscuri or Corybants. They are three in number; a statue of Athena makes a fourth.

Statue of Athena

There is a small promontory at Brasiae, which projects gently into the sea; on it stand bronze figures, not more than a foot high, with caps on their heads. I am not sure whether they consider them to be Dioscuri or Corybants. They are three in number; a statue of Athena makes a fourth.

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