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Silver drachma of Larissa (410-405 BC). Head of the nymph Larissa left, wearing pearl earring, her hair bound in sakkos / ΛΑΡΙΣΑ above, [IA] below (re
Silver drachma of Larissa (410-405 BC). Head of the nymph Larissa left, wearing pearl earring, her hair bound in sakkos / ΛΑΡΙΣΑ above, [IA] below (retrograde), bridled horse -symbol of the city- galloping right.
Coinage of Thessaly, possibly king Hellokrates, with portrait of Aleuas. Obv: head of Aleuas facing slightly left, wearing conical helmet, ALEU to rig
Coinage of Thessaly, possibly king Hellokrates, with portrait of Aleuas. Obv: head of Aleuas facing slightly left, wearing conical helmet, ALEU to right; labrys behind. Rev: Eagle standing right, head left, on thunderbolt; ELLA to left, LARISAYA to right. Thessaly, Larissa. c. 370–360 BC.
The first ancient theatre of the city. It was constructed inside the ancient city's centre during the reign of Antigonus II Gonatas towards the end of
The first ancient theatre of the city. It was constructed inside the ancient city's centre during the reign of Antigonus II Gonatas towards the end of the third century BC. The theatre was in use for six centuries, until the end of the third century AD.
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The first ancient theatre of Larissa. It was constructed inside the ancient city's centre during the reign of Antigonus II Gonatas towards the end of
The first ancient theatre of Larissa. It was constructed inside the ancient city's centre during the reign of Antigonus II Gonatas towards the end of the 3rd century BC. The theatre was in use for six centuries, until the end of the 3rd century AD
Part of the Byzantine castle of Trikala
Part of the Byzantine castle of Trikala
View of the Panagia Olympiotissa Monastery in Elassona
View of the Panagia Olympiotissa Monastery in Elassona
"The Hyperian Fountain at Pherae", during the Ottoman era, by Edward Dodwell.
"The Hyperian Fountain at Pherae", during the Ottoman era, by Edward Dodwell.