Kleonai is an ancient city on the Peloponnese, south of Corinth. The city was founder and host of the pan-hellenic games of Nemea unil the time when Argos took them over. In the series the results of the archaeological research on the hitherto largely unknown city are presented.
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Das Herakles-Heiligtum von Kleonai

Architektur und Kult im Kontext

21.0 x 29.7 cm, 252 p., hardback
79,00 €

Kleonai’s sanctuary of Herakles is located approximately 500 metres southwest of the ancient city. It consists of a tetrastyle and prostyle doric temple and an opposing peribolos....

Series: Kleonai Volume: 1