Greek thesaurus


The archaeological area of Delphi
• The Temple of Apollo
• Delphi treasuries
• The Oracle of Delphi
• The Pythia Games
• The Delphi theatre
• The Sanctuary of Athena Pronaia - Delphi Tholos
• The Kastalia spring
• The sacred way
• The Sibyl rock
• The stoa of the Athenians
• The altar of the Chians
• The pillar of Prusias
• The polygonall wall
• The Sibyls



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Archaeological Areas
• The Acropolis of Athens
• Ancient Olympia the sanctuary
• The Archaeological area of Delphi
• The Archaeological area of Eleusis
Social life and activities in ancient Greece
• The Olympic Games
• The Eleusinian Mysteries
Historical periods and civilizations
• Neolithic Period
• Cycladic civilization
• Minoan civilization
• Mycenaean civilization
• Geometric period
• Classical period
• Hellenistic period
• Roman period
• Byzantine period
• Ancient Greek jewelry blog
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                                              The polygonal wall at Delphi
The polygonal wall



As a background to all these offerings that existed in the area between the bouleuterion and the athenian stoa operated the big polygonal wall which was built in the second half of the 6 th. cent B.C. in order to retain the land of the dike , above which the temple of Apollo was built. The wall was built from stones with curved joints that had excellent adaptation between them and give the lifeless wall a face of life and variety. Above the stones have been engraved in the hellenistic and roman age hundreds of inscriptions that indicating slaves releasing , which in this way they were under the guarantee of the god Apollo.






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