Nauplia (Argolid) 61 Nauplion - Ναυπλία

Ναυπλία - Nauplia, Archaic to Hellenistic settlement near Nauplion in Argolid Peloponnese
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Latitude: 37.565000
Longitude: 22.796000
Confidence: High

Greek name: Ναυπλία
Place ID: 376228UNau
Time period: ACH
Region: Peloponnese
Country: Greece
Department: Argolida
Mod: Nauplion

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Read summary reports on the recent excavations at Nauplia in Chronique des fouilles en ligne – Archaeology in Greece Online.
Search for inscriptions mentioning Nauplia (Ναυπλ...) in the PHI Epigraphy database.

Modern Description: Many Mycenaean chamber tombs (1400-1100 BC) have been excavated in the area of Nauplia.
Member of the Calaurian Amphictyony in the 8th century BC. A naval power that was destroyed in the 7th century BC by Argos, which succeeded it in the amphictyony. A polygonal wall built by the Argeians c. 300 BC is preserved today beneath the Medieval fortification, on the W side of Acronauplia (Akronafplia), where there are also remains of Hellenistic houses. In the Nafplion Archaeological Museum, housed in the early 18th-century Venetian armoury, antiquities from the wider region are exhibited.
Chronique des Fouilles link
Wikidata ID: Q56399740
Trismegistos Geo: 15754
Manto: 10146499

Info: Archaeological Atlas of the Aegean

(Archaeological Atlas of the Aegean, Ministry of the Aegean)

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