Byzantine Building at West Gate, Apollonia
Latitude: 32.902, Longitude: 21.966056
Provenance: Google Earth
- Byzantine Rooms (English)
- Martyrium Biabsidato (Italian)
Church/monastery/Christian building(s) , Monument (unidentified) , Public or civic building/stoa/gymnasium
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- Byzantine Building at West Gate, Apollonia forms part of Susah
- Byzantine Building at West Gate, Apollonia forms part of West Gate, Apollonia
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Architectural complex on the left of the West Gate in Apollonia, showing remains of several rooms from the Byzantine period. The presence of Maltese crosses led to its interpretation as a martyrion, but an administrative role has also been suggested; Kenrick, site plan 2 [Source: Kenrick]