Gymnasium of Ptolemy (Athens) 4 Plaka

γυμνάσιον Πτολεμαίου - Gymnasium of Ptolemy, stoa with running track, teaching areas, on line of Lysiou St, Plaka
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Latitude: 37.973420
Longitude: 23.728320
Confidence: Medium

Greek name: γυμνάσιον Πτολεμαίου
Place ID: 380237BGyP
Time period: H
Region: Attica
Country: Greece
Department: Athens C
Mod: Plaka


Modern Description:
[Judith Binder: Ptolemies: Ptolemaion, gymnasium founded by Ptolemy III in 224/223 B.C.: not far from the Agora and near the sanctuary of Theseus according to Paus. 1.17.2 (Pausanias does not specify which Ptolemy); Agora_III, 142-144; Habicht, Chr. 1982, 112-117; Wycherley, R. E. 1978, 232, 233-234; [mistaken] location in the Agora South Square, Travlos, J. 1971, 233-241, figs. 301-311; [unsubstantiated] location on the Akropolis north slope east of the Roman Agora, Travlos, J. 1971, 578-579 with fig. 722 T; [unsubstantiated] location on the Akropolis north slope east of the Roman Agora with the xystos located on Kyrrhestou St., Miller, S. G. 1994, 202-209, fig. 1 GP; SEG 46 (1996) nos. 62, 311; cf. Post-Herulian Wall, east flank; Ptolemaios, son of Juba II; ]
Trismegistos Geo: 364

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