Byzantine industrial installation, Apollonia
Latitude: 32.902239, Longitude: 21.968243 , Altitude: 1m
Provenance: Google Earth
- Byzantine Baths (English)
- Terme (Italian)
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- Byzantine industrial installation, Apollonia forms part of Roman Baths, Apollonia
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Partially excavated architectural complex in Apollonia. Probably built after the earthquake in 365 AD, it was previously identified as the Byzantine Baths. According to Kenrick, it is more likely to be a manufacturing centre, maybe for the fulling of clothes; Kenrick, site plan 5