Lavda. The Architectural Remains
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In the years 1984-88 a team of Dutch archaeologists investigated the ancient remains on Lavda hill, above the modern village of Theisoa near Andritsena. The results of these campaigns were published in Pharos, the journal of the Netherlands Institute in Athens. The objective of this article is to introduce the scattered architectural fragments lying about on the site. A general description is provided of the more than hundred catalogued limestone and marble blocks of Doric order (shafts, capitals, entablature). As no foundations of buildings were visible, an attempt is made to provide an interpretation of their use, function and date.
Papers from the third international seminar on Ancient Arcadia, held at the Norwegian Institute at Athens, 7-10 May 2002
PublisherThe Norwegian Institute at Athens
SeriesPapers of the Norwegian Institute at Athens