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Imagery Location of the Hephaisteion

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Last modified Jun 07, 2018 07:46 PM History
Representative point location of the Temple of Hephaistos, which is located on the northwest side of the Agora of Athens. Coordinates derived from analysis of Google Earth imagery.

temple, church

{ "type": "Point", "coordinates": [ 23.721393, 37.975574 ] }

Restored

Certain

Google Earth and DigitalGlobe Imagery 2012

representative

  • Classical (Greco-Roman; 550 BC-330 BC) (confident)
  • Hellenistic Greek, Roman Republic (330 BC-30 BC) (confident)
  • Roman Early Empire-Late Antique (30 BC – AD 640) (confident)
  • Early Byzantine (AD 650-850) (confident)
  • Middle Byzantine (AD 850-1200) (confident)
  • Late Byzantine Period (AD 1200-1450) (confident)


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