Post-Herulian Walls, Athens

Title

Post-Herulian Walls, Athens

Subject

Walls

Description

Looking south to the Parthenon, from the Agora, which was largely destroyed in the Herulian sack of 267. The so-called Herulian walls, taking in a much smaller circuit, were constructed 15-20 years after the raid.

Date

2017

Contributor

Living Late Antiquity Team

Rights

The photograph was taken by the Living Late Antiquity team (2017) and is released here under creative commons license, as long Living Late Antiquity is credited.

Files

Agora Walls-15.jpg

Collection

Reference

Post-Herulian Walls, Athens, 2017

Cite As

“Post-Herulian Walls, Athens,” Living Late Antiquity, accessed February 24, 2018, http://livinglateantiquity.org/items/show/54.

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