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Gortyna, Agios Titos bassilica
Large, stone-built cruciform church with three semicircular conches, three-sided outside, and two small apses on the north and south arm of the cross. The church has many successive architectural phases (the one seen dates from the 6th century A.D.) and was destroyed by the Arabs in A.D. 824.
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The Praetorium at Gortyna
The Praetorium was the seat and residence of the proconsul of Crete.
Gortyna Archaeological site.
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The Law Code of Gortyna
The Great Inscription also known as the 'Queen of Inscriptions', or the 'Twelve Columns or Deltoi', includes the Law Code of the large ancient city Gortyn and is unanimously regarded as the greatest contribution of Classical Crete to Ancient Greek civilization.
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Marble Statue from Nymphaeum
A marble statue of Aphrodite holding a basin, found at Nymphaeum in Gortyna archaeological site.
Roman Period 2nd century B.C.
Heraklion Museum

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