The Hestiatorion

Details: The Hestiatorion (banquet hall) is located in the archaeological site in Epidaurus and dates from the late 4th or early 3rd century BC. Information: The banquet hall offered sacrificial meals relating to the cult of Asklepios around the year 300 BC. The interior courtyard was defined by a colonnade of sixteen Doric columns which Read more about The Hestiatorion[…]

Theatre Epidaurus

Details: This theatre was designed by Polykleitos the Younger in the 4th century BC and is located in the archaeological site in Epidaurus. Information:The theatre is one of the best preserved examples of ancient Greek architecture. The precisely proportioned theatre boasts incredible acoustics, where each spectator holds a prime position. As seen in the theatre in Argos Read more about Theatre Epidaurus[…]