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Monuments reported by ancient authors (7)

Ancient acropoles

Acropolis of Corone

The statue of Athena also on the acropolis is of bronze, and stands in the open air, holding a crow in her hand (Paus. 4,34,6).


Ancient temples

Temple of Artemis Nurse of Children

The gods who have temples here are Artemis, called the "Nurse of Children", Dionysus and Asclepius (Paus. 4,34,6).


Temple of Dionysus

The gods who have temples here are Artemis, called the "Nurse of Children", Dionysus and Asclepius (Paus. 4,34,6).


Temple of Asclepius

The gods who have temples here are Artemis, called the "Nurse of Children", Dionysus and Asclepius (Paus. 4,34,6).


Ancient agoras

Marketplace of Corone

The statues of Asclepius and Dionysus are of stone, but there is a statue of Zeus the Saviour in the market-place made of bronze (Paus. 4,34,6).


Ancient tombs

The tomb of Epimelides

I also saw the tomb of Epimelides (Paus. 4,34,6).


Shrines

Sacred to Ino

On this road is a place on the coast regarded as sacred to Ino. For they say that she came up from the sea at this point, after her divinity had been accepted and her name changed from Ino to Leucothea (Paus. 4,34,4).


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